Lost in the Fire (Firehouse Six #5) by Draven St. James

Lost in the Fire Disclaimer MaleTAGAaron Evans embodies every complication Wren Tucker knows he doesn’t need. The tempting go-go dancer refuses to leave him alone and his attempts to get into Wren’s bunker pants don’t stop at the club–even the walls of the Firehouse aren’t safe. Wren’s control is only so strong, and his desire for Aaron is turning into a clawing need that’s digging through the many reasons keeping Aaron at bay.

Aaron is two cold showers away from hypothermia if the hot fireman of his dreams won’t give in to the lust he sees blazing in Wren’s eyes. The only issue is, Wren is a forever man, and Aaron doesn’t have that in him to give, not with so many secrets locked behind the glitter and gold of his beautiful world.

As Wren begins to cave to Aaron’s delicious demands, he gets a deeper view of the tarnished landscape Aaron exists in. A murky pit of drug addiction that’s slowly dragging Aaron under, and Wren is going to have to fight like hell to save Aaron from it, to even have a chance at a new beginning with the man who brought him out of the shadows. addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16 Listening to Andrea LeeTAG

So this is number 5, and while I’ve read all in order. The spacing between is enough that I don’t remember everyone 100 percent. So I would feel comfortable if you read out of order you would be fine.

Aaron is everyone’s favorite hyper fun party boy. Go-go dancer, stripper, all round good time. And Simon’s good friend. What no one realizes is that Aaron needs something to keep up that facade.

Wren is a fireman, (I personally don’t remember a lot about him from the previous books.) Lost is lover and friend in a fire and moved to Firehouse 6 for a better more friendly atmosphere.

Wren and Aaron both have been circling each other but for different reason won’t act. Finally, it’s too much and Wren can no longer say no, only to realize why he should have.

I enjoyed this story, maybe not as much as the others but still a good one. The way Aaron went to Wren for help each and every time. And Wren never said no. The slow courtship at the end. What I didn’t really feel was a deep connection. No real alone time except for.. you know… Always someone else with both, during the help Aaron out phase, club scene, even the courtship at the coffee shop. Nice happy for now ending.

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