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Thursday, November 21

Review: Torch by Cambria Hebert

Title: Torch
By: Cambria Hebert
Series: Take It Off #1
My Copy: Ebook for Review from Netgalley

BookWhisperer Rating:


If you can’t take the heat… stay away from the flame.

Katie Parks has been on her own since the age of fifteen. All she’s ever wanted is a place to call her own—a life that is wholly hers that no one can take away. She thought she finally had it, but with the strike of a single match, everything she worked so hard for is reduced to a pile of smoking ash. And she almost is too.

Now she’s being stalked by someone who’s decided it’s her time to die. The only thing standing in the path of her blazing death is sexy firefighter Holt Arkain.

Katie’s body might be safe with Holt… but her heart is another story.

As the danger heats up, sparks fly and the only thing Katie knows for sure is that her whole life is about to go up in flames.

First half of Torch captured my undivided attention. I was running with this story unable to stop. Katie and Holt (btw I love this name) was great. The story line of a Firefighter falling in love with the girl he rescues, Priceless. It is was a perfect set up, and for much of the story like I said she offers up a really captivating story. Somewhere between halfway and three quarters through though it seems to slow way down, and lose some of the momentum. We kind of rambled through a bit at this point, and while some of the mysteries are finally being solved it is a noticeable change from the beginning. Hebert is a great author, and I see an amazing series that can build from here. I am anxious to see what direction the Take It Off series will continue. 

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