Authors: Max Monroe
Publication Date: February 20, 2020
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Have you ever seen a fireman who’s so insanely sexy you’d actually consider DIY-ing a little at-home arson just so he’d show up at your front door?
Dramatic, I know, but hear me out.
Chiseled hot body, bright blue eyes, and the sexiest smile I’ve ever seen—the first time I saw Garrett Alexander in my exam room, it took everything inside me not to do something crazy like mount him during his yearly physical.
Not only is he a total babe, but he’s charming, hilarious, and the kind of single dad that would make your ovaries explode—the total freaking package.
I know you’re probably wondering, What in the heck are you waiting for, girl? Go get yourself a fireman!
But, see, there’s one teeny-tiny (read: huge) problem—if we got together, we’d have to keep our relationship a secret.
I know. Who even am I? Some heroine in a freaking forbidden romance novel?
Let me guess, now you’re probably thinking…Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Don’t do it, girl. Don’t fall for the sexy, off-limits man. It’s not worth it.
Well, too late. I already went and did it.
And I have a feeling this fire of ours is going to go up in a big, mushroom-cloud-worthy, ball of figurative smoke.
I don’t know how Max Monroe come up with their comedic goodness, but man, they know how to make me laugh! Hot Stuff had me cackling from start to finish. From the opening scene when Garrett and Lauren meet to Petco to Fat Frank and on and on. I could not get enough of Max Monroe’s hilarious hijinks with this couple.
Not only was Hot Stuff laugh out loud funny, it was super sweet. Garrett’s a firefighter who is also a single dad. He’s got a job that doesn’t always allow him to put the important people in his life first, but he makes up for it when he can. The way that man loved his children, the good and the bad, made me smile. The way he talked about them was how I would hope to hear any parent talk about their children. Then, there was how he treated Lauren. The two of them were so freaking adorable. Lauren was a smart cookie being a doctor and all, but she was also entertaining in a way I wasn’t expecting. Her personality combined with Garrett’s was entertainment gold. I loved their love!
I know this is a gush fest, but I loved every minute of this book. Loved isn’t even a strong enough word. It was just so much fun to read and swoon over. I don’t know how Max Monroe keeps on coming up with all these amazing couples and romances between them, but I hope they never stop. It’s becoming harder and harder to pick a favorite couple from all of their books combined.