Fire Thief by Jordan Castillo Price ~ Book Review by Queue

firethief-200Title: Fire Thief

Author: Jordan Castillo Price

Publisher: JCP Books

Cover Artist: Jordan Castillo Price

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars

Publication Date: 12/12/2011

Length: Short Story (<15K)

Genre: Contemporary, M/M Romance

Blurb:

Is seeing really believing? Hank would never dream of coming on to the most striking guy at the bar—but it’s his lucky night since Thomas, the burgundy-haired vision in black lipstick and mirrored shades, takes it upon himself to make the first move.

While the encounter itself is mind-blowing, the hot-and-heavy grapple in the janitor’s closet isn’t the only way in which Thomas blows Hank’s mind.

My View:

Despite being a very short story (around 12 pages) Fire Thief was perfect. Jordan Castillo Price didn’t try to do too much with this short story, which is the way it should be, but nailed every beat.

Hank is stunned when he sees the man of his dreams at a bar and hits on him. They have a hot encounter in the janitor’s closet but even if Hank doesn’t get everything he asks for. He wants the lights on so he can watch the action but Thomas gets him to accept that sex can be just as sensuous, maybe even more so, in the dark.

One of the best short stories of this length I’ve ever read.

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Links

Fire Thief on Goodreads
JCP Books
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA

I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

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