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Fire & Brimstone

Fire Brimstone What happens when a Bradford with questionable OCD a tempter and a reputation for making his employees cry falls for the woman that refuses to accept the fact that he s fired her and was terrifyingly

  • Title: Fire & Brimstone
  • Author: R.L. Mathewson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What happens when a Bradford with questionable OCD, a tempter and a reputation for making his employees cry falls for the woman that refuses to accept the fact that he s fired her and was terrifyingly of a Bradford than he was Well, we can t share that here, because it would be seriously inappropriate, but we re sure that you can see where this is leading To the altWhat happens when a Bradford with questionable OCD, a tempter and a reputation for making his employees cry falls for the woman that refuses to accept the fact that he s fired her and was terrifyingly of a Bradford than he was Well, we can t share that here, because it would be seriously inappropriate, but we re sure that you can see where this is leading To the altar or a stint in the slammer, either one is possible when it comes to the Neighbor from Hell Series Author s Note This book along with the rest of the series is intended to make you smile, let you relax and forget the drama and stress that plagues our lives even if its just for a little while This is a drama free book My goal is to put a smile on your face and I hope this book does that.

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    1. AK on said:

      WARNING: THIS IS A RANT AND A REVIEW.What did I just read.This. Book. Was. Awful. I am just so shocked at how bad it was. There were times where the author tried so hard to be funny that I lost track of what was happening in the book, not because I was laughing or anything but because I was genuinely confused. BUT I don't want to get ahead of myself, so here's a list I made instead! 1. THE WRITING WAS AWFUL. It was so, so redundant. If I had a dollar for every time the author wrote "then again," [...]

    2. Vashti on said:

      I discovered this author a few years ago and and was taken by her writing style.I loved her first book in this series and Jason is and will always be my favorite Bradford,there is something about that food stealing Alpha that just sinks me,he can sneak in thru my bedroom window and use me as his pillow any nite.Enough about him ,the hero of this book,Lucifer aka Christopher,I loved him!He was so caring towards Rebecca and I loved how crazy he was for her.He has all the Bradford men's traits,but [...]

    3. Leonor on said:

      4.5 stars I absolutely love this book. The hero was amazing and I love the heroine. She didn't take crap from the hero. I love how he was always firing her but when she quit he didn't let her quit, i loved how he was protective of her, how he went out of his way to find gluten free food that she could eat I also loved how he was always going after her. Both dated other people before they got together. No OW/OM drama. I can't wait to read Melanie and Aidan's book!! It was worth the wait!!

    4. Barbara➰ on said:

      **3.5 Stars**Christopher a.k.a. Lucifer, owns a restaurant, Fire & Brimstone. Rebecca is one of his waitresses or rather his P.I.T.APain in the ass. She has been there for 5 years and pretty much runs the show. After a steamy kiss in the hallway things begin to change between the two.This was very funny and I found myself laughing out loud numerous times as well as just smiling. These two were hilarious in their banter and thoughts. The sex was steamy and I love the way Christopher was with [...]

    5. Emily on said:

      I honestly just feel that these are the same books reused. It's not even funny anymore. Corny jokes and over exaggerated situations. I don't laugh anymore. There are different books with different characters, and yet it's the same thing book after book. I'm sad to say that if it continues this way I'm going to give up. I loved the first two books in the Neighbors from Hello Series, but the ones after have just gone downhill.

    6. A_Ryan on said:

      1 "urgh this is so awful" star What's it about?:Another Bradford reluctantly falls in love with his neighbour, who is also the waitress at the restaurant he owns. The best bits: I really don't know. Maybe its the memory of what this seriesusedto be.The worst bits:The truth is, I don't think anyone has ever fallen in love with an R.L Mathewson book because of her literary style. And that's fine because her books (or at least the first four) are fun and the characters are memorable.But withFire an [...]

    7. Libby Harrison on said:

      I am so disappointed with this book and I am sad to give it such a low rating because I have enjoyed reading all the Bradford books but I just couldn't stand the heroine. I found her to be quite manipulative instead of endearing (like the other heroines are).

    8. Emily on said:

      Lucifer Bradford wants to fire his annoying waitress. He has hidden her mysterious clipboard that he thinks may have magical powers, he is ready to fire her. Rebecca though doesn't seem to listen, he has had fired her multiple times and she is still there. When she finally says okay, he knows something is wrong. Lucifer doesn't want to care about the menace, but he kind of does. Rebecca has been dealing with an elusive illness her whole life and she can't take it anymore. She is hurting but ever [...]

    9. Tink Magoo is bad at reviews on said:

      I loved Lucifer, liked Rebecca and their banter was amusing, but it was too long, especially since nothing actually happens plot wise.

    10. Michelle on said:

      3 Stars!Love this series but I'm sad to say the last two books I didn't enjoy as much. This one was defiantly better than the last one. It had the enemies to lovers vibe going on that I love. But around 70% I was finding myself bored. Not sure if I'll be continuing with more or not. Guess I'll have to wait and see:)

    11. Melanie on said:

      2.5 stars2 starsI don't know why but I find the more recent books of this series no where near as good as the first couple (the first four books being the best IMHO). I found myself getting lost in the story and not in a good way. I would be reading and I would have no idea what's going on and felt the story to jump around a bit. I couldn't connect to the story or any of the characters (even though I really did like Lucifer and Rebecca) and felt that the story dragged and was drawn out in many p [...]

    12. (ツ) Hache on said:

      DNF 70%I’m putting this on hold. I might come back to it once it stops annoying me.I think this would be great for people who aren't familiar with this series. When you've read over 5-6 of them then it all sounds all the same and very very repetitive. I liked the story just not how it was executed. Like I noticed the author likes to use this dash- alot. One sentence then dash- and jumps to a new sentence - can’t really explain it. Just soo many of these - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

    13. RJ on said:

      One word to describe this book would be: fun. It was just silly and not to be taken too seriously. I really enjoyed the relationship between the H/h, it was different from what I usually read. I loved how she pushed all his buttons, how often he glared at her (lol), but also how sweet he could be under the tough exterior. Not quite 5 stars because towards the end the way they acted got kind of tiring but it was still great overall.Safety: (view spoiler)[She worked for him for 5 years and saw him [...]

    14. Kate on said:

      These books are just getting too repetitive, even the h is sounding and talking like a Bradford, hard to know who's head I was in at times. Also there's too much inner dialogue, even during sex scenes, like I would forget that they were having sex because there's just too much chit chat -not the dirty talking kind. The h even mentioned he was a dirty talker that's dirty talk? um no. it became unsexy and boring. Nice story just I don't know I guess i'm over this now. First 2 books were awesome, s [...]

    15. Holly Douma on said:

      I used to LOVE this series but now I have to agree with what is being said I feel like I'm reading the same recycled foul mouthed, food obsessed story with different character names. The first 3 stories had charm and originality, the more recent books in the series are seriously lacking. There was a time I would have lost sleep to read an R.L. book, now they put me to sleep. Boring and redundant,

    16. Lakshmi C on said:

      4 Chocolate chip CookiesI love the Neighbour from hell series, its like the bookish version of comfort food. Perfect to read when you are exhausted, these books always make me smile and feel lighter.The book had a great lead couple : Lucifer and Rebecca.Lucifer is serious, controlled and dedicated to his restaurant Fire and Brimstone. He is terrifying, he can reduce others to a quivering mess, but the waitress from Hell is unaffected.When he tries to fire her, she ignores him, distracts him or d [...]

    17. Jessa on said:

      I didn't finish this so I won't rate it, but I was seriously disappointed. I know in the past I've enjoyed books in this series, and maybe it's my fault for trying to read an enemies to lovers after the perfection of The Hating Game, but this seriously fell flat for me, and there were numerous editing issues I don't find acceptable when an author has written so many books already. This isn't your first rodeo. Get an editor to add periods to your sentences.

    18. Fre06 Begum on said:

      This author is still an auto buy for me after all these years.

    19. Irene on said:

      Another unforgettable Bradford story that is a must read!I really enjoyed this newest Bradford adventure that showcased the combustion of Lucifer and Rebecca. The romance has been that has been brewing for 5 years with Lucifer trying to fire Rebecca and this time it really does turn into a wild ride will laughs, passion that explodes into an unforgettable romance for the reader. I also liked meeting the Bradford family members again and remembering the enormous appetite for food

    20. ValerieC on said:

      Not one of the best in the series, but it was 3 stars good. The author gets the use of 'perspective' and 'prospective' mixed up, which was annoying. I am looking forward to finding out what happens to Melanie and Aiden, because an unforgivable thing is happening there

    21. P Remke on said:

      Unfortunately this book was too repetitive. I really like the previous NFH books, and I had really looked forward to this one, but the hero internally called the heroine the same 2-3 things.

    22. Jazzysmum on said:

      Sorry but this is a little ranty. Afraid I have to agree with, the other reviewers who gave 1 and 2 stars and some 3 stars to this book. Repetitive story lines from other books in the series: female lead sick, frenemies theme, female has no family to speak of, pregnancy scare for female lead, random storylines thrown in ( Zoe and Trevor with money problems, I would assume the reason Trevor had accumulated a property portfolio was to use to educate his kids!!), ridiculous behavior by family membe [...]

    23. Astraycat on said:

      Ok read. I anticipated to read this story after finished last one; however, this book didn't go the way as I thought. And h's conversation with her roommate was annoying as hell that I had to skip it whenever they were calling each other names: "Bitch." "Whore." "Slut." I got that author wanted to make the plot as hilarious as the whole series, but I was tired of their nonsense shouting at each other.As for H and h's relationship, it was promising at first, and funny, but after they were togethe [...]

    24. Raine on said:

      Loved it the 2nd time around!I just re-read this book for the second time and still found it enjoyable and funny! I love the cranky Lucifer and how he can make grown men and women cry except for Rebecca whom he wants to murder and has been trying to fire for the last 5 years. I am surprised that it took 5 years before their story really started.

    25. Camille on said:

      Not my favorite Neighbor from HellSo I've always loved the NFH series. But this one fell flat for me. There were still parts that I found very entertaining, but I was bored through a lot of it.

    26. Ira on said:

      It's a funny book!This lady really know how to write a hilarious stuff:)My problem is I confused what actually happening.I feel like I start reading in the middle of story, I don't know, I only read the first 4 books from this series, I might lost the long plot somewhere, not sure

    27. Cher on said:

      If you love a grumpy-all-roar hero brought down to knees by a little fluffy heroine then look no further this is it for you. Fire & Brimstone is super hilarious and sexy. Add on top a generous dose of Bradford quirks, This book is yummy

    28. Michal Inbar on said:

      DNF 30%Apparently I'm over with the theme of this books. It was hilarious at first but the books are told with the same humor, the same background story and the same behavior of the character, only the story line is different.Bye, Bye

    29. Andrea on said:

      I honestly enjoyed the first half of this book. It was funny and quirky as always. But around halfway through it just felt like the author lost track of where this story was going (a couple from a previous book showed up out of nowhere for one chapter with some problems that came completely out of the blue) and it just dragged on and on from there. I think a good editor could've worked wonders with this story, but honestly I just kept thinking "I've read this before". Plus, the heroine was actua [...]

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