Paris had changed me.
I wasn’t talking about the city,
I was referring to Paris Jean Kelly.
From the first time we held hands on the school bus to our first kiss, we’d been moving toward one thing, the day I’d ask her to be mine.
How was I to know that she thought friends couldn’t be lovers?
Well…I’m going to prove her wrong.
When her world turns upside down…I’ll be there.
When she’s feeling lost…I’ll be there.
After all, it’s not about the spark or the fire…
It’s all about the Slow Burn.
Slow Burn is the second book in the Iron Horse series and follows Paris and Asher. I would very strongly recommend reading book 1, Stetson, prior to reading Slow Burn as it gives a lot of the back story needed.
Asher and Paris have been inseparable their entire lives. Paris is waiting for her once in a lifetime, fireworks when kissing, shoot for the moon, fairy tale love story. She wants the moon, the stars, and the sun. What she doesn’t realize, is that Asher would gladly give her all that and then some, if she’d let him.
Coming from a rocky childhood in which her mother left her father and sisters when Paris was a little girl, it has been ingrained in her that friends can NEVER be lovers, let alone the happily ever after kind that Paris dreams of. When Cora Kelly makes her return to the family farm no one knows for certain what to expect or how to handle it.
I really wanted to love this book. It was a sweet read but I think after everything that happened in London’s book, I was expecting more from this one but the book just kind of ended. Definitely worth reading but I would have loved to see more. Hopefully we get more with Holland’s book. 🙂
Before becoming a romance writer, Danielle was a body double for Heidi Klum and a backup singer for Adele. Now, she spends her days trying to play keep away from Theo James, who won’t stop calling her or asking her out.
And all of this happens before she wakes up and faces reality where in fact she is a 50-something mom with grown kids. She’s been married longer than Theo’s been alive, and she now gets her kicks riding a Harley.
As far as her body, she can thank Ben & Jerry’s for that, as well as gravity and vodka. But she says that she could never be Adele’s backup since she never stops saying the F-word long enough to actually sing.
Danielle writes about kickass women with even better shoes and the men that try to tame them (silly, silly men).