Review: Fearless by Kimberly Kincaid

Fearless Kincaid

Publication: July 26th 2016 by Zebra

ISBN13: 9781420137767   Series: Rescue Squad #2

Rating 5*

Cole Everett has given up much to pursue his dream of becoming the best fireman and ultimately being accepted into the elite rescue squad of station 8 Firehouse.   The firehouse and employees are his family – his brothers – the men who have his back.  His dream of being transferred to squad has just about come true, with one small caveat – train and mentor the new rookie firefighter!  Yup – not a problem until he discovers said ‘rookie’ just happens to be a woman – the first woman to ever be allowed into firehouse 8 as a firefighter!

Savannah Nelson is no quitter and is ready to prove she is every bit as capable as any firefighter -male or female.  Stubborn to a fault she is determined to prove she deserves to be there!  Yet she is rather surprised to find that her mentor is one very hot, and sexy looking hunk that happens to turn her stomach to butterflies.   Not only is she highly attracted to Cole, but she has found that just by virtue of her sex one of Station Eight’s top veterans has taken an instant dislike to her and is ready to derail her aspirations.

In spite of the back burner attraction between Cole and Savannah, their romance was sensual but didn’t detract from the vivid descriptions of the training and firefighting techniques used to combat fires; save lives when trapped in serious car accidents; and the constant training to maintain the highest level of competence and physical fitness when needed to combat even the worst scenarios of fighting fires.

With FEARLESS being the second book in the Rescue Squad Series I will definitely be looking forward to the next books in this series.   Excellent writing and fast action – a terrific read.

Marilyn Rondeau

 

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