Isabel Cruise spends her days investigating crimes as a detective, and her nights hoping for a man who will finally satisfy her sexual cravings. Hiding her deep desires was easy until she let herself go one night with the sexy Matt Cavanaugh, a no strings attached firefighter who brings just the right amount of dominance that she’s been looking for.
Refusing to give into the idea of a real connection, an arsonist on the loose creates a divide that threatens to destroy them before they ever get started. With all clues leading to a perpetrator at Matt’s station, Isabel is forced to investigate Matt and the other firefighters at District 23.
Will Matt and Isabel have a chance to make a real connection beyond their steamy encounters, or will she have to prosecute one of the firefighters, ruining any chance for something more?
Amy Briggs is an Orlando based writer, consultant, and entrepreneur. Leaving the corporate life behind, Amy now runs several small businesses from the comfort of her home while spinning realistic, thrilling and romantic stories. Formerly a firefighter and EMT in New Jersey living next to a military base, Amy was drawn to creating a stories around emergency services and the military, and draws on her experiences to show the depth and emotional side of the lifestyle.
Fully Involved was my first read by Amy Briggs, and now I'm kicking myself for not finding her sooner. Fully Involved is the second book in the Brotherhood of District 23 series. You definitely don't have to read the first book in order to enjoy the second, although I would recommend reading both, that way you have an idea of who Matt is. The Minute I finished reading Fully Involved I went and bought Fired Up.
There is so much to love about this book. Not only do we get a strong and powerful female lead which is not something we see a whole lot of. The relationship between Matt and Isabel is strong, steamy, passionate, and all around perfect. Their story didn't start out fast, but rather was a slower build up until the relationship finally bloomed. Fully Involved is a fantastic read, and I really don't think you would be disappointed by one-clicking it.