Review of Daniel’s Fire (Quidell Brothers #2) by Kris Austen Radcliffe


“You’re as spoiled as your son, you know that?”


Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Length (Est.): 191 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

The blaze that destroyed Daniel Quidell’s firefighting career scarred more than his body. Court cases, therapy, and five pins in his bones later, he’s a divorced single father working himself ragged to provide a good life for his son. But the strain leaves him exhausted—and overwhelmed.

Until Camille Frasier walks into his life.

Beautiful and empathic, Camille soothes Dan’s mind and eases the pains of his body. But she desires more than a gentle hand to help her body to find its fire. And she hopes Dan will give her what she needs.

But some wounds don’t heal correctly. And no matter how much heat Camille offers, Dan feels trapped inside the cold box of his past. Is he strong enough to find his way out?

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Daniel’s Fire is a heartwarming tale about a single father and what can happen when you open your heart.

Daniel is a firefighter who not only had to deal with being injured on the job, but also becoming a single father. There aren’t too many reasons why his ex isn’t allowed around, but it goes into detail about keeping her out of the picture. His son, Bart, is a big part of the book and he does make it semi-adorable at times.

Camille works at the daycare Daniel’s son goes to and they hit it off right off the bat, but holy cow they take it incredibly slowly. As a matter of fact the entire first part of the book is slow. It has too much detail about insignificant things making it a tad boring and then it jumps and months pass in a matter of paragraphs. It took a little while to get into because of those two things.

The storyline is good and the characters are likeable, but it never fully captured my attention.

Jenn 3 Heart

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