Review:Filthy Firefighter by Emma Louise

Filthy Firefighter by Emma Louise
 Series: Cocky Hero World
Published by  on May 31st 2020
Source: Give Me Books PR
Genres:Contemporary
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Rating: 4 out of 5.


He looks like he belongs on stage, stripping out of his firefighter uniform, not running into a burning building to save me. But thank God he did.
 
When the smoke clears and my eyes focus on my savior, one look at his gorgeous face and tattoo-covered muscles, I know he’ll be too much for me to handle. It’s a good thing I never have to see him again, right?
 
Except, losing my home to a fire means finding somewhere new to live, and guess who just happens to be my new roommate? Hayden Flynn. The filthy-talking firefighter who’s been front and center of all of my dreams lately.
 
Our attraction is undeniable, but it’s the adventures he takes me on that has me falling for him, each new experience chipping away at the wall I’ve been hiding behind. 
 
He wasn’t supposed to see past my scars.
 
He wasn’t supposed to break me apart piece by piece, then put me back together again.
 
He was just supposed to be a firefighter. I didn’t expect him to end up saving my life, in more ways than one.


Adele (Del) is the backbone of Cocky Bastard. Her spiral out of control set the events that we know in Cocky Bastard and gave us the story we all love. It was about time , she got  her HEA but it’s the man everyone has heard about.

Adele need someone special. She had seen what Chance and Aubrey had and she expected the same. I get the wanting. Everyone wants to find the one who will give them their heart desires, the unspoken dreams and complete them.

So it no surprise in the first few chapters things get turned upside and we find out what exactly has happened. Adele is striving to find the one and she has landed  on his  lap literally.

A brief moment, it’s all it took. It easy to see that this going to be fast and whilst the tension is electricfying. Hayden is a gentleman, he doesn’t push too far and he does thing at her speed. I love how despite this being a short read, Louise packed in so much. The girl time was something that was need given her past and her current situation. I love how it came full circle for Adele with  a beginning that she could never imaged after everything she had gone through. I can’t wait to read more of Louise stuff. She  managed to capture Adele perfectly and give her a story that fitting of her and deliver a story that was vivid despite being short.

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