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This is the day that I post a review for a romance that I have read the is on the steamy site of romance. You should all know by now that I love the Blaze books that arrive in my mailbox every month. I have really been enjoying the Uniformly Hot series! Here’s another edition of hotness in Blaze style!
Coming Up for Air by Karen Foley
Release: May 2012
Publisher: Harlequin Blaze
Source: I purchased this book to read and review
Subject: Army Major Chance Rawlins, Helicopter Pilot
Current Status: Soon-to-be-deployed to Afghanistan
Mission: Report to Captain Jenna Larson for a sexy, one-night inspection
Obstacle: She’s mistaken him for another man
Major Chance Rawlins has a bit of a reputation, both in and outside of the helicopter cockpit. He’s a hotshot, and he knows it. But when he enjoys a spontaneously naughty night with Captain Jenna Larson, Chance realizes Jenna has no idea who he is…and that she’s mistaken him for his twin brother!
Since it was just a one-nighter, Chance decides not to give the game away. But when their paths cross again in the dry heat of Afghanistan, Chance sees an opportunity to show Jenna exactly who he is – and what he can do to her. After all, the best pilots know when to hold back…and when to engage in a little sexy fire!
Coming Up for Air is another book in the Uniformly Hot series from Blaze! There is something seriously hot about this group of books! I’ve enjoyed each and every one so far. This story is about Major chance Rawlins, a seriously hot helicopter pilot who is only a few days away from another deployment on Afghanistan. He flies Apache helicopters and has a twin brother who is Special Forces. It seems that although they look alike, they are very different in personalities. Captain Jenna Larson spots Chance at a bar and decides to pick him up. Her best friend and co-pilot, Laura Costanza assures Jenna that the man she’s interested in is Special Forces, not a pilot, and not off limits as far as military rules are concerned. How wrong she is! Image her surprise when she runs into Chase again in Afghanistan and he doesn’t appear to recognize her. If that doesn’t steam her britches, running into him a few hours later in the base gym does. How could he possibly run hot and cold like that? She certainly finds out – imagine her surprise! Twins!
This book is not only hot, and fast paced, and full of military action, but it is an interesting commentary on the military. It is interesting as a member of the general public to read a story filled with military details on fraternization and military assaults. I’m not generally interested in action stories, but this was so well written that I just raced through trying to get to the end of each action segment. Well written and an enjoyable read!