Friday, May 4, 2018

In the Fire by authors Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin

Title:  In the Fire
Series: In the Kitchen, 2
Author: Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin
Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: MM Contemporary suspense
Pages: 296
Reviewer: Redz






Publisher's Blurb
Because the way to a man's heart…

Eight years ago, the world was their oyster. Until, that is, competing chefs Ethan Martin and James Lassiter's hot and heavy relationship fizzled after Jamie left for an internship in Paris. Even though Jamie's career has taken off since his return to the States, with his own television show and a lot of fame, his feelings for Ethan have never quite gone away.

Ethan's culinary career has developed more slowly, but he's almost saved enough to buy the restaurant where he works and re-open it as his dream spot, Bistro 30. If only he could get the sexy chef who loved him and left him out of his mind.

But when someone starts sabotaging the restaurant and a fire threatens to take away everything Ethan holds dear, his only option is to rely on Jamie for help. Back in close quarters, the two men will have to find a way to work through their past if they hope to save the restaurant and their future.

See how Ethan and Jamie's romance began in In the Raw 






Review
In the Fire is the second book In the Kitchen series by authors Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin.  I did not read the first book, I will say that hurt me reading this story. I did not have the same attachment to the characters as someone who read how their story started.
It is a good read on its own. Full of fun, angst, suspense, and love. Just I think you really need to read book one first.
Ethan and Jamie have a history together.  They used to be lovers till Jamie went to Paris to follow his dreams and he left Ethan behind.
Jamie is now a star on TV and pretty famous. He is a little over being famous and what that brings though.
Ethan his career has gone a slower track. He is working at a restaurant he hopes to buy and make his own. This would fulfill his dreams.
Jamie ends up back in Ethan’s life and helping him. I liked them working together they are a good match. Overall, I liked the story even if at parts I had to suspend belief. I recommend reading this series in order and you will love it.

                                Four Twinkling Stars 




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