By Erin Moore
Michelle Lawson runs into her high school best friend Darin Greene. Hanging out with Darin is everything Michelle remembers it used to be, except now she’s falling in love with him, but Darin is commitment shy and Michelle knows that if she confesses her feelings she could lose him.
But when a stalker targets Michelle, Darin vows to protect her. Can Darin save her from the threat on her life, or will his fear of getting close to her keep him from seeing the truth?
What They Are Saying About Flame
“Flame,” is a story of lost love found, wrongs made right and past hurts overcome. It has a great flare of mystery, suspense and intrigue, along with sweet love and romance. This work is a mix that just about any reader can sink their teeth into. Excellent storyline, flowing brilliantly from one peak to the next and a tender conclusion. Well done, highly recommended.
MidWest Book Review
Flame is without a doubt a must read suspense novel. Erin Moore has written this story with so much emotion and depth readers are enthralled from the beginning. Ms. Moore is excellent at writing love stories that steal your heart and will have you thinking about them after you’ve finished reading. I was so compelled by the plot that I couldn’t put this book down. Erin can do that to readers. Her road to love is never smooth, but it’s a great read while her characters are trying to get there. Ms. Moore with her first release, All I Ever Wanted, hooked me. Now with Flame that fact is cemented even more. Flame and Erin both are essential to romantic suspense fans. 5 angels!
Fallen Angel Reviews
FLAME was a nice steamy romance with characters that really got under my skin! 4 Roses
—The Romance Reader at Heart
In the ebook FLAME, Erin Moore has produced a well-written and enjoyable reading experience. For short ebook reading, FLAME is definitely a good choice to pick up. 4 Plugs
—The Romance Readers Connection
The pace in this story is very fast with the heat right from the start. It sizzles and blazes from page one. I recommend Flame to the romance reader.
—Word Museum Review