Firehouse Six Spotlight #1

Grey’s entire life is wrapped around his job as a firefighter. It’s all he has ever wanted. That is until his new coworker Mica Cruz saunters through the door with his smoldering dark looks and dimpled grin. Suddenly Grey finds himself wanting to get to know what Mica looks like out of his gear and between the sheets.
Mica has one rule: he keeps his work life and his personal life separate. It’s easy enough to follow until he meets Grey and finds his rule can’t stand up to the fire that Grey ignites. There’s one big thing standing in the way of all  of his lust-filled musings. Grey is straight.

In a profession where being gay is often kept quiet Grey must come to terms with his growing attraction to Mica. How much is he willing to sacrifice, and can they come together before someone’s hatred threatens to destroy them both?
 This quick 70 something page novella is fast paced, engaging, easy to follow and hard to put down. Mica is a semi closeted fire fighter and Grey has had sexual experience with a man back in college but since then only women.  Prior to these two meeting each other, they were content with there lives. Then they met and all bets are off. The insta chemistry and connection is hot. The shower scene, and when Mica tells Grey… HAWT… But not just these two all the men in the fire house, you really feel part of the family. Even when one is being a jerk. The way the guys play around, but also work together you can tell they are a team. And when one of the team is being harassed they all band together.  Can’t wait to read more in this series.
When Greyson Hayes envisions the perfect first Christmas with Mica Cruz he sees twisted sheets, a bottle of wine and a roaring fire. What he doesn’t see is a holiday spent with the uproarious Cruz family. Grey hasn’t taken part in a family Christmas since the death of his parents. Despite his misgivings, he can’t seem to form the word no when it comes to Mica.

Mica knows that Grey’s not a grinch. Hell, the man shares so much Christmas cheer during the holidays that he leaves no time to experience any for himself. Not this year. Mica plans to make a few changes, starting with a few wicked and whimsical gifts. He enlists the help of his co-workers at Firehouse Six. They band together and strive to provide Grey with the same joy he gives to everyone else–with five a.m. tree hunts, strategically placed mistletoe and Mica playing Santa’s not-so-little helper.

But while Mica is busy being nice, Grey has plenty of time to be naughty…
 This is another story about Mica and Grey. Even though the first one was not left with a cliffy, it was nice to get more of there life and how they are fairing after everything. During this story we are also given snippets of other men in the fire house so hopefully i’ll be reading there stories soon. I loved how Mica just slid right in with all the other men and Grey came to terms with his new sexuality. The give and take for this relationship seems so real, the way Mica wants to spend the holidays with his family but Grey doesn’t celebrate but is willing to for the man he loves. The closer we get from the arsonist. Then we also have the action of the team as we rush out and fight a fire and save the lives of children all rolled into a Christmas novella.  Very well done.

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