Flirting with Fire (Blue Collar Brothers #1) by Piper Rayne

Everyone knows that if you play with fire you'll end up getting burned…

What happens when you attend a first responder's bachelor auction with your best friends? Well, if your name is Madison Kelly like me, your friends end up bidding on a date for you with your high school crush.

That's right. Even back when I was 'Fatty Maddie' to all my classmates, I had eyes for the quarterback of our football team. Not like I was the only one.

Mauro Bianco may fight fires for a living, but he still sets my heart ablaze. One look at the rugged, muscular man he's turned into and I want to slide down his pole. 

One date. That's all I'm committed to. A few hours and I can tuck him back into that tattered old shoebox in my closet.

As always, the universe has other plans. I never would've predicted that in a matter of days he'd turn from my dream guy into my business partner-and that's when things got interesting.

ellie’s $0.02:

Full disclosure. I’m a big, huge, gigantic Piper Rayne fan. They could write the ingredients on a cereal box and I’d probably 5-star it.

I’ve been looking forward and excited for the Bianco brother series. The Blue Collar Brothers. No white collar billionaires here. I love how Piper Rayne depicts these guys. The. Fucking. Best.

All of the side characters are show-stoppers as well (and exist in fellow series if you’re a fan). I won’t give a breakdown of the book. But I will say the banter with the brothers and the friends are top notch. The portrayal of these “blue collar” workers (who are my idols) is amazing. The girls are fun and entertaining.

A definite always go-to with Piper Rayne. And this fire one is sizzling. (I really hate stupid lines like that. That was all me.)

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