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10 thoughts on “Lost in the Fire (Firehouse Six, #5)

  1. Gigi Gigi says:

    Firefighters firefighters FIREFIGHTERS Books about firefighting men in love is just about my favorite thing to read I love the scenes of peril and the descriptions of rugged alpha men running around in turnout pants and yellow helmets And the sex is almost always hot hot HOTI really enjoy the first two books in the Firehouse Six series focusing on firefighters Grey and Mica They were both rugged manly men and melted in their love for one another Books three and four didn't do as much for me Grey and Mica were present in them but the focus was now on new couplesNow onto book five featuring firefighter Wren and go go dancer AaronThe thing with me and firefighter books is that half the fun is the excitement I love to read about the boys fighting fires and getting injured with bedside confessions of love The adrenaline the better And the problem with Lost in the Fire is that there are no firefighting scenes other than a flashback to the death of a friend The drama and angst were over and it didn't relate to the two main characters as a couple Aaron isn't a firefighter He is a go go dancer at a gay bar He is a drug addict and the way Wren helped him with his addiction was so very very far out of my comfort zone I had a hard time reading it view spoiler Aaron was afraid of his friends finding out about his addiction so he begged Wren to help him but to not take him to the hospital during his withdrawal process And Wren agrees Aaron suffers seizures and Wren and his EMT friend Bastian never called an ambulance or took him to the hospital The fuck? A clamor in the bathroom preceded Bastian barreling into the room “Oh holy fuck” He jumped onto the bed a needle in hand He jerked down the waist of Aaron’s pants to expose the pale curve of his hip A scream that morphed into a gurgled moan came from Aaron’s throat A thin line of blood ran out of Aaron’s mouth hide spoiler


  2. Christy Christy says:

    It is good to be back with my firemen of 'Firehouse Six' I didn't realize how much I had missed them until I started this latest release Of course that has a lot to do with the fact that it's Aaron and Wren's story and they both have held my attention for a while I had a strong feeling there was a lot to both men than met the eye and I was eager to find out What do you need?”“I need him to stop using So give him something better than drugs” Noah ran a hand over his face “Make him see something besides this bar this life Do something I can’t” He stalked to the door pausing “Do it uickly or we’ll lose him”Rock bottom comes faster and a whole lot harder than Aaron was expecting His roommate Noah wants to take him to a hospital but Aaron's friends work there and they don't know this side of him and he doesn't want them to So who does he feel safe with? Who is he hoping will help him when he shows up on his doorstep? WrenTwo men so afraid to be vulnerable and let anyone see the real them that they almost mess up the best thing for both of them Aaron is carrying around all the rejection he's suffered in his life and his addiction While Wren struggles with his guilt over not being able to save his former lover in a fire SighThis is definitely my favorite book in the series and that's saying a lot since I loved Simon and Michael Thank you Draven I hope you keep them comingNOTE This book was provided by Loose Id for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews


  3. Claudia Claudia says:

    too bad this series is over absolutely loved it


  4. ~nikki the recovering book addict ~nikki the recovering book addict says:

    You know it's a good book when you start berating yourself for shelving the book for so long To be uite honest I shelved it for so long because I expected it to be fluff with no real substance I don't know how I got that impression with the blurb but I did LolSo I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't just used as a trope to fill the pages and plod the story forward but that it did have meat to it I liked Aaron's progression From rock bottom to sorting his life out Perhaps it didn't have the angst and grittiness it was expected of its blurb but I actually appreciated it I liked the way it played out without weighing the story down Now I feel like I need to read the rest of the series


  5. Ricardo Ricardo says:

    Okay but not nearly as good as some of the other instalments in this series


  6. Morgan Skye Morgan Skye says:

    Aaron is a go go dancer who has an attraction for Firefighter Wren Wren fights the attraction because he feels he’s unlovable When Wren finds out Aaron needs his help fighting his drug addiction Wren steps in and also gives in to his attraction to AaronThings are still difficult for the couple now that Aaron has gone “straight” as neither knows how to be with the other in a healthy wayI really wanted to like this book I enjoyed Draven St James’ Pack of Light series and had heard really good things about this series I won’t judge the series by this book but this was not a great book for meFirst I didn’t fully understand Wren’s reluctance to be with Aaron nor Aaron’s fierce desire to be with Wren Wren has some scars and is resistant to the “perfect” Aaron but even after he sees just how flawed Aaron is he’s still doubtful Aaron comes across as just a brat who wants what he can’t haveSecond the entire drug rescuerehab thing made me crazy Wren’s friend Bastien the EMT “borrows” meds and euipment sufficient to stave off cardiac arrest and seizures while they detox Aaron and I’m supposed to believe that nobody is monitoring that? Aaron doesn’t want anyone to know about his addiction but he nearly DIES Everyone drops everything and risks their jobs for this guy – who at this point is only a go go dancer at the club they go to I think both the EMT and Wren might have some legal and ethical issues with doing this because of their jobs not to mention the absolute implausibility of nobody missing the controlled substances and medical euipmentThird their relationship is totally unhealthy Aaron is in no way ready for a relationship and after recently losing his partner neither is Wren Aaron needs some serious counseling not a one weekend rehab stint in a guy’s apartment and some NA meetings Wren is in serious need of grief counseling Each time they had sex I just cringed It never felt healthy for either of them They are at best going to be co dependent and at worst fizzle out once they each get healthy I am a starry eyed dyed in the wool romantic but I couldn’t ignore these huge problems I think instead of giving these guys the hurdle of “he’ll hate my scars” and “I’m a lowly go go dancer” as reasons why they shouldn’t be in a relationship together a better story would have been overcoming Aaron’s addiction and Wren’s griefguilt It would have made for a much believable story and made each of their struggles meaningfulSo with regret I cannot recommend this book but I am hopeful that the other books in this series are better I give it 25 of 5 stars for the attempt at tackling some difficult topics


  7. Valerie Degeorge Valerie Degeorge says:

    Lost in The Fire is Book #5 in Draven St James Firehouse Six SeriesAs with the other books in this series I say This is my favorite so yes I'm saying it again this is my fav and it's a book I very highly recommend Wren Tucker is considered the Silent private guy in the suad never revealing anything about his personal life and just going about his daily endeavors hanging with his partners at Firehouse Six and doing his job to the fullestUpon laying his sights on the uirky loveable GoGo dancer Aaron he can't seem to get him out of his system denying Aaron's flirtation at all costs afraid to let anyone in Wren is hiding scars not only internal but also external he keeps himself closed off from relationships until his reflex to save jumps in to rescue Aaron from a night of what seems to be too much partying on Aaron's end that's when things changeAaron whom we've met in previous books is living his life dancing and working at the club being his usual happy go lucky self but what we get to see in this story is Life isn't always what it seems to be Still set on winning the attention of the silent gorgeous firefighter Wren Aaron uses all his flirty methods to no avail I loved the fun banter between Aaron and all the guys from Firehouse Six we get fun sexy and very emotional all wrapped up in this book Life takes a turn when faced with addiction Aaron hits rock bottom and turns to the only person who he feels safe with but in doing so feelings escalate and walls start to come down on both sides leaving Wren and Aaron raw and open to things they've pushed away Will these two be able to fight their demons?Can they both save each other?Draven does an amazing job writing this very sensitive subject the flow was brilliant and it made me feel like I was right there with them Emotions were tested it's not an easy road we witness strength and dedication on both ends I highly recommend this book and the entire seriesOh come on The car has to be good for something Aaron waggled his browsAaron there is a reason I have a truck If we tried to have sex in a MINI COOPER we'd need the Jaws of Life to get us outWhat about on a MINI COOPER? Aaron grinnedWren groaned I'm in so much trouble


  8. Jessie G. Jessie G. says:

    Both characters have had recurring supportive roles in the series and I’ve been looking forward to Aaron’s story And what a story the author envisions one that shows that all that glitters isn’t always gold Beneath the outrageous personality over abundance of confidence and never ending supply of body glitter lies addiction Addiction to the never ending party that leads to a year long addiction to speed among other things that are only hinted at but never named in the bookWren is a rock Strong stoic a hero a forever man who carries the pain and guilt of losing his lover and fellow fighter years before His surface scars have him believing that the beautiful and highly sought after Aaron isn’t looking for than just to scratch an itch He fights his attraction admirably even as he bends over backwards to give Aaron the help he needsThe addiction and recovery play a huge part in the book but wrapping it up at some home grown detox while fitting for the story timeline didn’t sit right After the detox we hop skip and jump through major steps so that we can have an HEA It works for the timeline of the book but it’s such an important subject that I would have liked to have seen a realistic approach Yes I said that and we all know how I feel about reality in my fantasyThere’s a lot of chemistry a lot of angst a lot of problems to work through and just a touch of sweet toward the end to wrap it all up Overall I like Wren and Aaron and hope we continue to see them in future books in the series


  9. Maggie Maggie says:

    AwesomeSo happy to have Aaron and Wren's story I knew there would be great love between them and there was but not without facing past demons insecurities and secrets Aaron just needed to finally believe he is worth being loved for himself and Wren had to believe his scars didn't define the man he is Romantic and funny their love story was engaging and heartfelt and so worth all the angst Another great story in the series


  10. Jenna Jenna says:

    My least favorite so far I just don't care for characters like Aaron especially for big hearted sexy men like Wren I didn't feel that they were a very good match just didn't feel the chemistry The sex was OK but a little insta lust y and it just didn't hook me Will continue reading the series though in hopes this was an outlier


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Lost in the Fire (Firehouse Six, #5) [Ebook] ➩ Lost in the Fire (Firehouse Six, #5) By Draven St. James – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Aaron 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 Aaron 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 Lost in MOBI :Ê 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 bayAaron 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 worldAs 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.