🌟🌟🌟Blog Tour-Ruth Clampett Burn🌟🌟🌟

🌟🌟🌟Blog Tour-Ruth Clampett Burn🌟🌟🌟

Title: Burn
Author: Ruth Clampett
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: L.A. Untamed
Publication Date: June 7th
Cover Designer: Jada D’Lee, Jada D’Lee Designs

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Where there’s smoke, there’s fire…

And I would know.
As the only woman in a squad of firefighters,
They call me T-Rex.

I’m fierce, fearless and I get the job done.

I’ve got a past that hurt me, nearly destroyed me.
Who doesn’t?
But I’m no damsel in distress…
I fight my own battles, my own wars and my own fires.

Now I’m sizzling for my lieutenant, Joe Murphy, and that’s one fire I don’t want to put out.
But it’s a complicated situation. A hot and wild situation.
When things spiral out of control should I fight for the new life I was trying to build . . . or just let it burn?

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Holy hot alphas!! Now, if you’ve followed my blog you know I don’t do weak female leads. Well that makes Ruth Clampett my new best friend. Trisha is possibly one of the strongest female characters I’ve come across, physically and mentally.

The thing with having a strong female lead is that it takes an equally strong man to match her. Joe fulfils the criteria for this perfectly.

I’ll admit this was the first Ruth Clampett book I’d read, and I’ve gotta say, I was not disappointed. The sex scenes were H-O-T, if I wasn’t already married I’d be stalking fire stations after reading this one.

I loved, loved, loved Joe, if anything I wish this book was longer so I could’ve spent more time with these characters. I really feel like this could be made into a duet of books because they cover so many feeling and scenarios in this book, I want more.

I really wasn’t expecting this book to hit me so hard in the feels, I’m not ashamed to admits there were times I cried, times I laughed outright and a couple of times I wanted to stomp on my kindle. To me that is the sign of a good storyteller, I was immersed in the narrative to the point I was holding my breath during certain scenes.

Seriously, and truly, go buy this book-you won’t be disappointed.