Dancing with Fire

Maia Dylan
Dancing with Fire
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
November 2016
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

There is always a risk of being burned when you dance with fire…

Lucabella Strand is tired of waiting for the Firestone playboys to honor her request for a meeting. Raising rents, and hiring a musclebound douche-bag as a building manager to threaten and torment them is not how reasonable landlords treat their tenants.

Zac and Hayden Firestone have no idea they even own a residential building, and when Bella accuses them of unfair treatment they immediately deny it. Until she shows them her proof. She leaves both men reeling, but believing that she might be the one meant for them. Seeing her for the second time leaves them in shock.

A misunderstanding and a hidden secret quickly come between them, and finding a way back together proves difficult. Will taking a chance and dancing with fire lead Bella to a future she had never thought she'd have, or will she be burned by love and left alone?

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Dec 09, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
92 people found the following review helpful
DANCING WITH FIRE starts off with Hayden in his office, hearing a commotion between his secretary and someone unknown. He gets involved and is instantly attracted to Bella but confused as hell, as she tells him a story about rent, property not being up to scratch, and then produces their letterhead as proof. Hayden's twin brother, Zac, gets involved and they both try to figure out what has happened to Bella, whilst also trying to convince her to be with both of them.

OK, so first off, Hayden is a jerk - first class! He sees an event, has one short conversation, and assumes the rest. I really wanted Bella to make him grovel, but the fact he was clearly sorry and his apology was sincere, I could understand where she was coming from. Zac is the gentler twin, although no less dominant when he needs to be. I liked both Zac and Hayden as they rounded each other out.

With secrets and twists, this is a fast-paced novella that bounds along, taking you with it. Well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt your reading flow, this is a story with plenty of action, in and out of the sheets. Maia Dylan is a wonderful author and I look forward to reading more of her work. Definitely recommended by me.
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