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A story that will captivate, exhilarate and intoxicate you like no other, perfect for those who loved E. L. James' bestselling Fifty Shades of Grey but were left wanting more...It started with a spark...Everything changed when I met Dominic. My heart had just been broken, split into jagged fragments that can jigsaw together to make me look enough like a normal, happy persoA story that will captivate, exhilarate and intoxicate you like no other, perfect for those who loved E. L. James' bestselling Fifty Shades of Grey but were left wanting more...It started with a spark...Everything changed when I met Dominic. My heart had just been broken, split into jagged fragments that can jigsaw together to make me look enough like a normal, happy person. Dominic has shown me a kind of abandonment I've never known before. He takes me down a path of pure pleasure, but of pain, too - his love offers me both lightness and dark. And where he leads me, I have no choice but to follow. Deeply intense and romantic, provocative and sensual, FIRE AFTER DARK will take you to a place where love and sex are liberated from their limits....

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ISBN : 15986813
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Number of Pages : 384 Pages
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Fire After Dark Reviews

  • ~ Becs ~
    2019-03-06 07:48

    This was a book of two halves for me. The first 60% I was convinced that I seriously disliked the heroine, was appalled at her actions and squirmed uncomfortably with faint disgust at what she was doing. I felt embarrassed and ashamed for her BUT, at just over the halfway point, everything that had been building finally clicked into place and the story turned a corner and became something that I was far more comfortable and at home with. Up until that point, I was definitely not going to read any sequel; now I definitely am.This is the first part of the story that is Beth and Dominic. Beth is a small town girl who has come home from university to discover her long-time boyfriend and high school sweetheart doing the old horizontal shuffle with one of her friends. Heartbroken, she jumps at the opportunity to cat-sit for her Dad’s wealthy Godmother in her luxury flat in Mayfair for a few weeks while she goes on a retreat.Her living room windows look straight into the windows of the flat opposite where Beth spots her very handsome neighbour, Dominic. At this point the book started to feel very like the old Hitchcock movie Rear Window as Dominic’s life is played out while Beth spies on him from her darkened living room. Dominic may share James Stewart’s easy charm but Beth is most definitely lacking in Grace Kelly’s understated elegance and dignity as she spies on her new neighbour and stalks him and his lady friend all the way to an underground BDSM club in Soho. At this point, I wanted to scream at Beth – ‘Play with fire and you will get burnt’! She sure wasn’t listening.She gets to know Dominic and they have a couple of dates and some very erotic vanilla sex but Dominic explains that, even though he has loved his time with her, this will not be enough for him and his sexual proclivities and that he is ending it now before they become too attached. Beth, all dignity and pride seemingly forgotten, turns herself into a wannabe submissive on turbo-charge and actively pursues Dominic, masturbating in front of the window where he can see her and driving him to the point that he can no longer resist the intoxicating allure of her potential submission. He decides to give her a week to learn how to submit to him and this is our story.Beth, as I’ve said before, was not a heroine that I took to very quickly. I did grow to like her but she did make me feel very uncomfortable at first but, after a while, I began to empathise with her enough to want to carry on reading and to read the sequel. She’s a heartbroken soul who’s on a voyage of discovery, totally out of her depth alone in the big city. She’s got a lot to learn and learning is about to become extremely painful.Dominic is Mr Totally Conflicted. He’s definitely a dom although he’s not afraid to switch but he really isn’t the most convincing or alpha dominant I’ve ever read, not by a long shot. He’s definitely got some dark emotional demons lurking and is totally unable to equate love with sex. When he becomes Beth’s dominant, he’s cold, unattached, and polite and offers her no after-care after the intensity of their scenes. He’s almost the polar opposite to the smiley, carefree guy she had dated and had vanilla sex with. He takes her to extraordinary highs and then just allows her to crash, with no loving arms or tenderness to break her fall. Beth may have a lot to learn as a submissive but I think Dominic has even more to learn as a dom and I’m not really sure that Beth’s the girl for the job – she’s way too naïve and inexperienced.So, all in all, this has a bit of a different feel to it than a lot of the FSoG style trilogies out there. It’s set in London and Sadie Matthews does a great job of bringing the bustling, busy city in summer vividly to life. I’m left with a feeling of dissatisfaction that can only be assuaged by picking up the sequel – we leave Beth and Dominic at a crossroads and who knows which way the story will go next. The story is, at least eventually, very sensual but it was a difficult and challenging journey for me as a reader.DominicBeth4 stars British BDSM romanceFor more reviews, please visit Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews

  • Carolina
    2019-03-17 09:04

    I really don't know how to start...This book has a really good story... but i can't give 5 stars because there were parts in the book that were a little uncertain...BUT...I am so frustated.... because in the last 100 pages the story starts getting better... and better... and i can't drop it... and then....Why this has to happen??? Why Dominic??? You fucking bastard... I already love you (AND BETH TOO)!!And now... like BethI have to get the second book really soon!! xD***P.S. It's hot too! xD

  • Dreams
    2019-03-04 08:55

    3.5 starsThe majority of this book takes place in England and the author, Sadie Mathews, does a beautiful job of descriptive writing; I felt like I was alternatively sitting on the fountain ledge in Trafalgar Square and curiously exploring the back streets of London's Soho district while I was reading this...While it was a little slow going in the first few chapters, the development of Beth's character that was taking place then and there, was necessary for the story progression later on. Beth's character is young, naive to the workings of the world and up until this point in her life, has been a bit coddled by those who surround her. I will admit I did not care for Beth's character from the start...as the story went on and Dominic was introduced into the telling, I started seeing some different elements and depth in her character that I preferred, still, she was not my favorite.Dominic's character however, was the "bread and butter" of this book which, might I add, also happen to be two of my favorite food items - tasty, indeed. :)Ever since the excessive popularity of a certain colored trilogy that shall not be named...I've seen numerous authors create characters similar to the leading male in that series. Some appear to be blatant copies of him, others don't quite hit the target...Dominic's character was very well done in my opinion, I did not feel that he was a rip off from someone else's work; he was unique in several different ways that I appreciated. Still, there was a similar ambiance of power about him, a cruel authority and a brokenness underneath it all that I think readers who are fans of "Sir Christian" will gravitate toward.The fervency of the relationship between Dominic and Beth was quite beautiful:"You will be the center of my world when we are in it. You'll be the focus of all my attention, and your reward will be an intensity of experience, a fulfillment of fantasy....""There isn't pleasure without pain. There isn't passion without suffering. I'd rather feel alive than safe."Their relationship with each other is passionate, accelerated and, reckless to a point.They both involve themselves into something that isn't theirs, evolve themselves into people they are not...The question being, when the tide recedes, the masks come off and the honesty surfaces, do they still want to drown in who and what, each other, really are?I won't tell you who says this line in the book or who it references but, I thought it was beautifully written:"Not all of us are granted the chance to feel that sublime passion for someone else, or the agony that comes with it. I was lucky enough to know it more than once, and that's why I live happily alone now. Knowing I've tasted at that magnificent cup, I'd rather survive on the memory than accept anything less."I've not read any other books by Sadie Matthews but, I feel like this debut novel holds a lot of promise for things to come."Secrets After Dark", the second novel in this series is supposed to be available November of this year, I will definitely be marking my calendar.

  • Sammy ⭐️
    2019-03-07 06:04

    So glad the forum ladies convinced me to read this it was a little slow and frustrating to start but once it kicked in there was no going back can't wait to read book 2 and 3 :)

  • Pam
    2019-03-10 05:04

    GoodReads Synopsis: It started with a spark... Everything changed when I met Dominic. My heart had just been broken, split into jagged fragments that can jigsaw together to make me look enough like a normal, happy person. Dominic has shown me a kind of abandonment I've never known before. He takes me down a path of pure pleasure, but of pain, too - his love offers me both lightness and dark. And where he leads me, I have no choice but to follow. Deeply intense and romantic, provocative and sensual, FIRE AFTER DARK will take you to a place where love and sex are liberated from their limits.**TITLE INTENDED FOR AN ADULT AUDIENCE**My Thoughts: UGH! Where to start…A Dom named Dominic…Really??? I should have seen that as a sign. **BEWARE – WHOLE NOVEL SPOILED AHEAD**The story is really contrived and tries way too hard. Plain, boring, Tessa has only ever had one boyfriend, even plainer Adam. She caught him inflagrante delecto with her friend. Now she is flat sitting for an aunt in the big city, London.She spies the handsome dude across the courtyard and she spies on him from her darkened sitting room. They meet, Insta-Love, he pushes her away because he is into BDSM and it will never work. She does all sorts of things to get him back, including enlisting her gay boss, and convinces Dom she can be his sub, only he loses control. They break up, she decides she wants him back, he’s decided to travel for work so he can figure out what went wrong cuz only then can they get back together.Of course the ending is left wide open for a sequel…No thanks. I don’t mind cheesey when the book isn’t taking itself to seriously…This was not the case. BLECH!

  • Kirsty Riley
    2019-02-18 07:39

    It took me a few chapters to get into this book as I thought it was quite slow. When Beth and Dominic eventually got it together I couldn't put the book down and managed to read it in 24 hours! There were times when I cringed at the thought of 'what is Beth doing' following them etc but all in all I enjoyed the book but gutted with the cliff hanger at the end and I will have to wait until November when I beleive the second book it out! I really hope Dominic comes back as promised, that their relationship works, and there is a happily ever after ending. I'm a huge fan of the books Fifty Shades of Grey Triology, and have struggled to find a book as good, but I can say that although fire after dark isn't Christian grey, it's on the right path, some things are similar the way Dominic looses his control with Beth and Venesa reminded me of Mrs Robinson but on a smaller scale! Definatley worth a read

  • Maxine
    2019-03-20 08:49

    I was attracted to read this book as it got told if i enjoy fifty shades of gray i would enjoy this also.i did enjoy the book however it was very hard for me not to compair it to fifty shadesthe female main character is fun to ready about in away at first you want to know aboyt her and the heart brake she has sufferd and you can relate to the emotions however after that i did feel it was a bit slow and nothing exciting really happend of course that all changed when she met her man but i still feel that yes the intimite chapters are very well writen and when things got hotter it was great and more dark than fifty shades but like the main character i kind of wanted more romance i get that she was attracted to him instantly ect ect but surly a man of wealth who desierd her so much would show a little more romance but then again he did say that he found it hard to have both love and sex so i guess it was well writen to make that come across and leave it open for the next book but except the steamy sex and gagets i felt the rest of the story line was a bit bland but i didnt put me off as i felt that it was an easy pass the time read i did enjoy it but for me it was probablly the last few chapters where the best so has left me hopeful for the next book as i think maybe this book just had to touch base with all that was said ..and maybe for the next book will have a bit more excitment in the story line and not just the sex incounters .so my over all view is yes it was a slow start but got better at the end did enjoy it and didnt take long to read and i am looking foward to read the next book.

  • Raquel Bernardes
    2019-03-05 13:02

    Mais uma bela história de amor erótica mas neste caso entre Beth e Dominic. A Beth nesta história começa por descobrir que é traída pelo seu namorado, e de forma a mudar de ares, vai passar uma temporada a Londres, o que não esperava era barrar-se com um jovem que mora no prédio à sua frente e que é extremamente bom só de olhar. Dominic também nota em Beth, mas gosta de dominar e tenta submeter Beth ao mundo da submissão. Quando tudo parece correr bem, algo afasta Dominic de Beth. É um livro extremamente viciante, em que ficamos na última página a perguntar "mas porquê dominic a beth gosta de ti". http://aviciadadoslivros.blogspot.pt/...

  • Fathima
    2019-03-17 07:39

    This book ... I ... I think .. Well it was .. Maybe .... I dont know . I cant really figure out if I've really liked it or not ! There were things I thought I've read before . And then there were things that were totally out of the blue and nice . I would just have to think this over

  • La Mala ✌
    2019-03-21 12:54

    3.5Tiene algunos clichés post-cincuenta-sombras pero lo compensa con buena tensión sexual y mas BDSM .Me gusto mucho mas que algunos mas famosos que andan dando vueltas (ejem ... crossfire ! Cough cough) pero , igual , tiene muchas fallas . No es de lo mejor pero es entretenido y tiene cierto misterio .

  • Sophie
    2019-03-07 11:53

    I was pleasantly surprised at how good this was. It kept me interested the whole way through (Beth was a bit pathetic at times).Can't wait for the next one =].

  • Amafle
    2019-03-05 10:02

    Ese final me dejó con ganas de saber mas sobre Dominic, así que acá perando el segundo en español

  • Jaime
    2019-02-26 08:04

    4.5 StarsWow!! So much better than I expected. Read it in a day and can't wait to read book 2 and find out how their relationship will continue.

  • Martina Spinaci
    2019-03-17 05:03

    Proprio brutto! Il solito erotico con i soliti stereotipi lui dominatore, lei giovane e ingenua salvo poi trasformarsi in troia nel giro di 10 minuti... mah. L'unica cosa positiva è che ad un certo punto lei mena a lui :P Non sprecate i vostri soldi.

  • Mariana López
    2019-03-20 06:43

    Meh :/

  • Leeanne
    2019-02-18 09:59

    Ok, so this is the first book I've reviewed here. Ever.And it's not because I enjoyed it. It's the complete opposite. In fact, the main reason I'm reviewing it is because of the other reviews on it. Everybody seems to LOVE it. And I simply CANNOT understand why. I've read some books recently that really blew me away, and I mean really blew me away, ie changed my whole perspective and turned my world upside down. And even that didn't make me want to review. They got 5 stars and I went off on my way smiling. This, on the other hand.... Where to start???The heroine, Beth, is a child. Immature and naive. I know most of the heroines of this genre are a little of both and I suppose that's what can enhance the dynamic between her and the strong male lead. But this was on a completely different level. My mind repeated the word 'naive' countless times reading this. I literally could not believe somebody in this day and age, aged 22, could be so bloody naive. It made me stop reading so many times out of frustration. She was completely in love with love and romance. She can see no other way and is not inclined to accept that there is another way. Firstly on her rambling about the ex who cheated on her. Her ideas of what love is are laughable. Meet somebody, be in love. Get married, have kids. End. Despite the fact the man she loved all these years has not one redeemable quality. Everything she says about him, she then has to excuse. 'She came back home from uni with a degree to work in a cafe because her future husband lives there and wants to take over the family business. But that's ok, they love one another'. This is just one example. Then when she's known Dominic all of a couple of days - she loves him too. She doesn't tell him. She doesn't have a eureka moment of "oh god I love him". No, one day she just starts adding it to her narrative. No big deal. She loves him. Known him a week. That's cool. And normal. And even though I am aware of situations where you could develop feelings as strong as that very quickly, you would at least be aware of how mad it was and think about it before you just start accepting it. It's almost as if she's just wired to love any man who pays her attention. Or 'think' she loves him at least. I know a lot of authors play fast and loose with the 'instalove' thing. But this wasn't just that. It was this girl so intent on romance that she just loves him. Because she loves love in the most unbelievable and, yes, NAIVE way imaginable. Then there is the BDSM side of things. This author clearly had no clue. None. I don't even know what to say here. It made me cringe. The way she had previously described Dominic, his looks, confidence and personality made me like him. Made me think "hmm, can't wait to see his dominant side". But then we see it.... Cringe. He had absolutely NO CLUE. And I'm not just referencing the part when he loses control. That was laughable really. I'm talking about every 'scene' he does with her. I don't feel his dominance. Not at all. This author has no clue whatsoever what a dom/sub relationship is. None. She really wasted this whole angle of the story due to her lack of knowledge and obvious ineptitude at any research on the subject whatsoever. And jeez, as if it couldn't get any worse.... Beth's whole idea of what BDSM means was truly hard to read without putting the book down. She thinks if she 'follows him into his world, she can CURE him of his desires so they can have a normal loving relationship'. I shit you not. She genuinely believes this. So instead of researching it, reading up about it, she just runs in head first with no clue what she's doing and hoping she will cure the man she met the week before of his lifelong desire and they can live happily ever after. I mean, COME ON?!?It was unbelievable. I couldn't get my head round the fact that anybody could be this naive. Honestly, that word was repeated in my head over and over. The heroine was naive and childlike and immature and had absolutely no clue about the world, what love is and means and she is so wrapped in her own bubble she just doesn't care. Dominic was a let down too. Great body. Shit dom. The author could literally not have fucked this up anymore if she tried. It's a minor miracle I finished the book. I won't be reading the next one.

  • TheMadHatter
    2019-03-04 10:53

    Actual Rating: 2.5 Stars2015 READING BINGO CHALLENGE: A book set in LondonI was given this book as a birthday present by a friend because it had on the cover "Did Fifty Shades of Grey leave you wanting more?" and she thought that was hysterical given all the amusing conversations we have had on the topic.We have developed this ritual now where we buy each other this genre of books and then on unwrapping the present, you have to open up to a random page and read it. I opened to quite a steamy page and we laughed a little and then laughed a little bit more (yes...totally immature I know) and I thought that was going to be an indication of the book. It wasn't. It actually took over half a book for anything remotely relating to fifty shades to occur and even then when it did it just made me want to smash my head against the wall (and for the record I am not a fifty shades fan so my frustration was not due to comparisons with that book).I hate weak, insipid, stupid characters and the lead one in this has all three traits. The first half of the book you actually wonder whether she is certifiably insane as she does so many (and I mean SO MANY) stupid things. For example, she follows a guy around in a trench coat in summer in the middle of the day because she saw him from her window and is curious about him...WTF???. She gets a job, but never turns up to work and when she does she is melting down, her ex cheats on her but then she welcomes him into her flat...This girl is not playing with a full deck....This story is less about BDSM and more about when things go wrong and it turns into assault and battery wrapped in the guise of romance. I truly felt there was no compulsion at all to pick up the next book in this series, but then the author goes and ends on a cliffhanger. Grr. OCD kicking in and went to amazon. Saw it was $7.99 and thought no bloody way..... Unless the sequel goes on sale for 75% off, I think my virtue (and sanity) is safe from book 2 :-).

  • Rea Cobb
    2019-03-12 07:53

    Erotica has never been a genre of choice for me but since reading the most talked about Trilogy I have found my post box full with more erotica books most with sticky labels claiming that if you love Fifty Shades then you will love this book and this was no exception when Fire After Dark by Sadie Matthews arrived.When Beth Villiers’ heart is broken by the only man she’s ever loved, she jumps at the chance to escape and houses it a luxurious Mayfair apartment. There, Beth catches sight of a man in the apartment opposite, and is immediately captivated. When night-time falls and the inside of his apartment is illuminated, Beth sees things she has never imagined even in the darkest shadows of her mind.Once her and Dominic meet, mutual attraction is ignited and they begin a relationship that takes Beth down an exhilarating path.This book is written at such an easy pace which allowed me to finish the whole book in one evening! I would definitely describe this book as sexy, sassy and exciting and I did find I was hooked which I feel is because of the ease of the authors writing style. My one negative point about this book is I personally didn’t warm to the main character Beth but yet I loved Dominic he had an unexpected gentle, sensitive side to him rather than an over confident, vain male!What I loved about this book compared to other erotica is that yes there was a great element of sex but there was also great descriptive writing when referring to London ,the author has clearly done her research as I felt like I was on a mini tour of the City.Compared to other erotica books this felt a little tame but definitely had the edge with regards to the storyline. I am hoping there is a sequel to this book as I felt the ending was left wide open and so I would like to see what happens next for these characters and to see if Beth grows on me in a second instalment.

  • Betty
    2019-03-18 07:04

    Elizabeth "Beth" Villers' boyfriend Adam was her first and only love. They had been 'an item' for years. She has finally finished her 4 year degree and has returned home for good. Unfortunately, one night when she went to his house to surprise him, she was the one that was surprised. Instead of his guy friends at the house watching sports and drinking beer, she found him in bed with another woman.Since they lived in a small town there wasn't really anywhere she could go that didn't open her up to walking in to them or the gossip that was being spread about them. So Beth was spending most of her time at home and was very depressed.Beth's father had a godmother who they very seldom saw. She was a unique individual who had lived a very different life style from the rest of the family. She contacted Beth's father and told him that she was going away for about six weeks and would need an apartment sitter. She wanted to know if Beth would be interested in doing her that favor. It would give her an opportunity to visit London. Beth gladly accepted and was soon on her way. What adventures she would have! I loved the characters. Beth started as a rather depressed mousy person, but grew and strengthened throughout the book. She met and fell in love with Dominic, who was tall dark and handsome and into BDSM. He also changed throughout the book and seemed to me to be a bit of a tortured hero. The book was well written, rather erotic in places, held my interest very well and the plot grew in intensity from beginning to end. I very much enjoyed the book and will be buying the other two books from this series! ***A Good Reads win.

  • Marine
    2019-03-21 04:57

    Fake. That’s the first word that comes to my mind. I couldn’t relate to the characters because each one of their reactions seems fake.It looks a lot like 50 shades (the sweet naïve girl meeting a beautiful older man with dark secrets) but 50 shades is a love story, and the evolution of the characters is plausible.(view spoiler)[Beth ? I just don’t get her. She’s sweet and heartbroken, and just one look at a guy and she follows him (and a woman she assumes is his girlfriend – so out of reach if unavailable) with a trench coat (does she think it’s a Bond movie?).The character of James? I wanted to laugh ! Beth has known him for 2 days and he’s her boss, and she asks him to come with her at the BDSM club? Come on ! Then Beth follows Dominic’s orders with no questions or limits. In the club, she saw a man licking a woman’s shoes. Is she really willing to do whatever Dominic asks? Just like that? Is she that trusting?The first two times with Dominic as a dom are quite sof, but the third one? Why doesn’t she stop him before?And the worth, to me, is when she beats him. How can she accept to hurt him (when she is obviously not a dom or a sadist) until he bleeds? Yes, he bleeds !!!! I just don’t get it.Then, his letter that she misses because Celia comes back earlier. Why doesn’t she call him? It’s simple ! But the author needed drama, I guess. Useless drama.(hide spoiler)]I really wasn’t convinced by the story and felt nothing for the characters, except irritation.

  • Lorie
    2019-02-25 10:02

    Maybe 3.5 StarsDisclaimer: this book is written using British terminology and phrases. Since, I'm used to American writing, the use of British terms was somewhat distracting for me.I'm a bit torn with this one. I will admit that I picked this up because of the 50 Shades reference on the cover. I loved the story once it finally developed, but at the same time I'm frustrated that I had to wait a long time for that to happen. I was so excited to start this once I got it that I rearranged my TBR list; I kind of wish I had just left my list alone. Dominic is very seductive, alluring, and mysterious which of course drew in me in instantly (once the author finally got around to that part). The writing is very good and descritpive, but I think the background build up should have come to a close much earlier than it did. By the time I was really engrossed in the book, it was almost to the end. The story happens over a 4 week period, but I just don't feel that the intensity of their feelings toward one another came across to justify the way the book ended. I'm left feeling a bit cheated. I would have been in love with this had Beth's and Dominic's feelings/relationship been better conveyed to make it more believable or built over a longer period of time.Will I read the sequel? Yes. It finally got good at the end and now I'm intrigued......

  • bookaddict22
    2019-03-15 12:53

    My issues with this book- where do I start. There was way too much detail given to every thing she came across. I understand the need to pull us into a scene but this went over the top. I swear I was halfway through the book before she finally gets with Dominic. I almost stopped reading but if you tell me this book is on a level with Fifty Shades I am going to stick it out to see how it compares. OK by the time I finished I could see pieces that have the Fifty Shades feel but I was so disappointed that it took so long.Now don't get me wrong, I'm not looking for a duplicate of Fifty Shades but just a nice juicy story with romance intertwined with heartbreak and emotional breakdowns. You get some of that in this story but in my opinion not very effective. I may check out the 2nd book in the future. Hopefully it can redeem this series.

  • Angel
    2019-02-27 04:43

    I honestly don't know if i like this book ... really ...I really couldn't stand the heroine until probably half way through the book by then she became tolerable or I just became good at ignoring her personalty and imagining her someone else ...I didn't really get the dominant vibe from him ... through out the whole book he sounded like some one who enjoys pain with sex more than he sounded like a Dom.I mean he is faaaaaaar from being a Christian Grey,a James Cavendish or a Gideon Cross!!!and the way the heroine takes to that world is ... i don't know ... annoying ?!!on the other hand ... 75% throughout the book it got a little interesting and some action started happening so i want to know what happens on the next book but I'm not dying to know ...non the less I'll give the second book a chance and hopefully it well change my opinion of this series ...

  • Rita L.
    2019-02-21 04:42

    3,5 StarsI was hoping for so much better.. But I will read the next book just the same, I'm curious to see what will happen.This is the story of Beth and Dominic. Beth just got her heart broken and has the opportunity to go to London for 5 weeks to look out for the appartment and cat of her father godmother. There she meets Dominic, these super sexy guy (aren't all of them?).He has some pretty special sexual likes and will introduce Beth to his world. But something goes wrong..And I will leave you to that :P

  • Naomi
    2019-03-19 07:43

    I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway.I loved Fire After Dark! It was everything I wanted in an Erotica book and more! I loved the way the first half of the book really let you get to know Beth instead of just jumping right in to sexual situations.Both of the main characters are interesting and the storyline is intriguing and kept me turning those pages like a mad woman!Fire After Dark has everything for a steamy romance fan and I highly recommend it!

  • Donna ~ The Romance Cover
    2019-02-23 04:45

    I would say 3.5 stars for this one, I did like the book once it got going, I will read the next one though..hopefully now that the groundwork has been laid the next book should be more meaty..can't believe the ending and I must admit a few tears did slip..deffo worth a read but not a patch on 50 shades..

  • Jesslivraddict
    2019-03-07 09:05

    Très bon premier tome, j'ai adoré les personnages, en particulier Beth. Le côté BDSM est bien amené et pas trop hard à mon goût. J'attends la suite avec impatience !

  • Laura
    2019-02-18 09:52

    Awesome

  • Marina
    2019-03-06 11:47

    God, this was a nightmare!

  • Natasha Varnham
    2019-02-22 07:58

    It's was a great book, I read it in three days can't wait for secrets after dark