Review: Melting Point by Kate Meader

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Things are heating up at Engine Co. 6 in this original e-novella from Kate Meader’s sizzling Hot in Chicago series! Superhot playboy firefighter Gage Simpson has one particular man on his mind: Brady Smith, a recalcitrant, moody chef who makes Gage melt from the inside out. Features a sexy sneak preview of Playing with Fire!

Firefighter Gage Simpson has it all: the job of his dreams, the family of his heart, and no shortage of hot guys lining up to share his bed. “Fun and easy” is his motto—and it’s kept him sunny through a painful upbringing an Id steered him away from trouble. But when trouble comes knocking in the form of a sexy, scarred, tattooed chef with a harrowing past and zero communication skills, Gage can’t help but be drawn to the flame.

Brady Smith isn’t fun. And easy isn’t in his vocabulary. When cocky Gage swaggers into his restaurant kitchen, the former Marine-turned-five-star-chef is blindsided by the firefighter’s beauty. Then confused that this golden guy with the sparkling blue eyes and the body of a god might be interested in him. As desire flares and temperatures rise, Gage and Brady will have to figure out if the heat between them is just a temporary flash—or the beginning of something real.

                                                                          Review:
I absolutely love Kate Meader books so much! She always knows how to write the perfect storyline that it will make the reader more addicted to her characters and story that we want even more. She has the power in creating the perfect romance story with anguish feelings between two characters and the passionate love between the two and the sweet yet funny moments between the two characters. It has it all in all of her books that everyone has to read it no matter what. She created a hot yet anguish romance novella with Melting Point. Brady and Gage finally get their happiness but it does not come easy between the two. They have a lot of work ahead of them but communication is the key to every relationship. It does take some time for Brady to realize that he needs to open to Gage since he is in it for the long haul with Brady. Gage also need to learn some patience for their relationship cause not everything is coming in one day. Their love for each other is so hot and intense that every reader is rooting for them to make their relationship work. Plus, the reader will also love the hot love scenes between them that it makes the read so much interesting and better! Five Stars! 

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