Book Review: Heat (Black Inferno #1) by K T Fisher
This is a short but hot read. It’s the first time I’ve read about a foursome, but then having read about how close Lexie and Roxie get I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised. I do enjoy a good Rock Star romance, knowing that some hardened womaniser is going to meet the girl who’s going to change his ways.
Whilst Lexie appears confident in the scene in the nightclub and back at their apartment you get the impression that this isn’t her usual self. She’s definitely the quieter of the two friends, and Cole is tired of the groupies and the lifestyle, never knowing if someone likes him for who he is or because he’s the lead singer of Black Inferno.
After the initial hot start the book evolves into more of a romance, although there’s plenty of sex considering how short the story is, it becomes more about feelings and emotions and trust.
It’s an entertaining read, there are plenty of opportunities for further stories about this band, and I look forward to reading them.
(4 Stars – Helen)
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