ARC Review – Lit Fuse (Nashville’s Finest 0.5) by Caisey Qui

Lit Fuse was a fast paced novella that ignited a thirst for more Chase and Viv!! ~ Autry, Guilty Pleasures

Description:
When Chase Fisk enrolled in the United States Army, it was mostly to escape a dead- end job working with his alcoholic father. The military provided him with a sense of belonging, and his brothers in arms became the family he never thought he’d have. He’s ready to embrace his promotion to Commanding Officer over a group of new explosive tech recruits—but he isn’t ready for her.

Vivian Brooks grew up in a military family and is unlike any woman Chase has ever met. The recently enlisted recruit is beautiful, tenacious, and as steady with her hands as any EOD technician he’s ever seen. She tempts him in every way possible, challenging him at all turns and taunting him with a body that haunts his waking moments and most of his sleeping ones. But as their forbidden romance could threaten their careers if it’s discovered, Vivian’s buried secrets threaten to destroy them both.

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Chase and Vivian are the typical one night stand that morph into tomorrows what was I thinking? They are real life characters facing real life problems, they both risk everything to be together only Chase has come clean about his life and Vivian is withholding her secrets. The attraction is immediate; it’s clear they possess certain magnetism to each other. The love scenes are composed of scorching heat and love. Supporting details make the plot line flow seamlessly, the cliffhanger at the end was a surprise to me. The secondary characters are important to the novella, I am very intrigued to see where everyone ends up. Lit Fuse is a fantastic afternoon read full of hot military men and women, who know how to heat up the pages!


4.5 stars

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