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[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Romance, M/M, spanking, HEA] Welcome to the world of Rescue for Hire. Meet the team members that make up a company that form a family of heroes.For a year, computer expert, Tony Grayson was another man’s dirty little secret. After months of pain from a huge betrayal, he can finally breathe again and sees a glimmer of a future.A re[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Romance, M/M, spanking, HEA] Welcome to the world of Rescue for Hire. Meet the team members that make up a company that form a family of heroes.For a year, computer expert, Tony Grayson was another man’s dirty little secret. After months of pain from a huge betrayal, he can finally breathe again and sees a glimmer of a future.A rescue goes wrong bringing the boss’s brother Shane Miller into Tony’s life. As far as big, dominating, and possessive Shane is concerned, the gorgeous Italian is his. Now he just has to lead the team for his brother, fix all the family drama, and put the pieces of Tony’s heart back together.Things finally get smoothed out, only to have his ex call, wanting Tony back. Tony’s decision could change lives and careers. Can the foundation Shane has laid for their relationship be strong enough to keep Tony? The dynamics between a hard-edged bad boy and a hot-tempered, vulnerable yet gorgeous computer nerd heat up the sheets.A Siren Erotic Romance...

Title : Commander's Spitfire
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ISBN : 9781627415583
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 89 Pages
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Commander's Spitfire Reviews

  • Yeochingyu
    2019-04-05 04:05

    that was cute,Fluffy...and HOT !! Tony is all muscles and brainsShane is a rock. Commanding dominating and hot!Shane's story is so tragic there was some of the HOT bear and his pup action <3 <3big decisions and big changes for the rescue for hire team in this one.

  • Denise H.
    2019-04-20 01:02

    Book 5), and I think there is nine in this "Rescue for Hire" series. (Next is "Rescue for Hire West"). Here we have Cade and Jack injured during a dangerous rescue. Both are in the hospital when Shane, Cade's brother, gets to town. The team is assembled to do whatever they can to help. These tough guys are different because they work in the dangerous jobs and do exciting rescues. Shane spots Tony right away and knows he is the "one". Shane takes command and things go well until Jack's parents arrive. Jack's mom is a shrew and she set up the break-up of Tyler, Jack's brother the MLB player, and Tony. Tony has been devastated. Shane takes Tony with Treble and Damian to confront her. Tony had to be the "dirty secret" for Tyler, and with Shane he's openly cared for and loved. Shane is a "Commander" in every sense of the word. Plans are being made to transfer the injured home, when a train derailment puts a stop to everything, the town included. The team must respond, and they do. During this time Shane and Tony are sharing a room, getting to know each other, having awesome sex, and forming their relationship. Shane is wonderful for Tony, and Tony is perfect for him. Deep thought-filled richly woven characters are in every story, so I recommend reading them in order, but they could stand alone. A lot happens in this short story, so be ready for rescues, understanding, secrets revealed, acceptance, closure, and new found true love. This series is full of action and excitement, the stories are short, maybe 1 1/2 hours each, with bad guys, rescues, and they're fun to read. Highly recommend ! ENJOY !!!

  • Christy
    2019-03-31 06:02

    'Commander's Spitfire' is book five in Bellann Summer's 'Rescue for Hire' series. Seeing how the previous book ended with Cade doing a cliff rescue while contemplating the possibility of hiring new blood for the company as the original team have mostly found partners and started families, and then Cade falling when an earthquake hits… well, my heart was in my throat. The original five members of the company hold a special place in my heart and I just need to see Tony happy, and settled, before anything else can happen.Tony has spent the past year having a secret relationship with Pip's (Jack's partner) older brother, Tyler, a professional baseball player. Tony really thought Tyler was the one, and the breakup, and significant betrayal, four months ago has left Tony with heartache. Now Cade and Jack were injured pretty badly during a rescue and the whole team is back waiting in a hospital for news. The past few years have seen many members of their team getting injured which is another reason Cade was having the thoughts he was before the earthquake struck.The team is stunned when Shane, Cade's younger brother, shows up at the hospital. None of them even knew Cade had a brother. Shane has recently retired from his position as commander of a CIA covert ops team and is returning to the private sector. Cade had actually contacted him a while back about coming to work for Rescue for Hire and helping Cade decide the direction the company should go in. Now Shane is here ready to step in and he's found himself caught by gorgeous Italian, Tony.It stands to reason that this team can't even be allowed to watch over their injured friends without some cataclysmic emergency happening nearby to which they get pulled to help with. It's nice when they can all go home and get back to their lives. I'll admit to being a little worried when Cade had the meeting where everyone helped to decide the future of Rescue for Hire, but all went well and I'm happy with the direction the author is going in.Loved the ending! It was a great way to showcase these five original members of the company. A great addition to the series that I enjoyed immensely!NOTE: This book was provided by Siren Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews

  • MorganSkye
    2019-03-22 03:10

    To sum up the first four books :(each can be read/listened to as a stand alone, but the characters in the preceding books make entrances in the following books) Cade Miller (brother to Shane) has a company he created called Rescue For Hire. It’s dedicated to saving people in natural disasters and finding lost people, etc. Each member of the team is highly skilled in one particular area and together there is nothing they can’t do. (Like the A Team!) In each of the previous books, one team member – very alpha male – finds his life partner. They always know immediately that the man they’ve met is their “forever guy” at first meeting and the bulk of the book is their conquest of said man. They also have some rescues to perform and at least once a book, one of the partners ends up in mortal danger.Shane is an ex military man who has come to help Cade with his company now that he’s become more of a family guy and wants less field time. Shane meets Tony – already a member – whose had his heart smashed by a closeted pro-baseball player (and brother to another team member’s partner). Tony doesn’t want to get involved again so soon after breaking up with his ball player – so he resists – but it’s futile. **These books are delicious fun! The men are unapologetically Alpha, and it totally works. Tony – who is no slouch himself- loves to be dominated and controlled and feels safe when someone takes over. He just has to let go first.In the Audio format you get the bonus of having Darcy Stark for a narrator. He does each voice differently – giving each character a greater depth and giving the listener another perception and way to experience the character. In this case the man who steals the show is Shane. Oooo La La. Shane’s voice is panty-melting! It is deep and sensuous and controlling and masterful and…. Okay – you get the idea. Tony has a vague Italian heritage accent – punk-assed and spunky. Together – totally steamy!I’m not so much into the spanking thing myself- but Shane makes it hot!I highly recommend this series (in book or audio format) for fans of unapologetic Alpha males who control each and every situation but have a warm and gooey center for their life partner.It’s a wonderful series and I recommend reading them/ listening to them in order to get the most from the series.

  • multitaskingmomma
    2019-03-30 01:18

    Original Blog Post: http://headouttheoven.blogspot.com/20...The fifth (and maybe last?) installment to the Rescue For Hire series by Bellann Summer is my favorite of the whole lot. This made me say 'awwwww shucks....' then made me sigh and then smile and just feel good all over. This is Tony's story. That team member who was mentioned in every single installment. We knew his affair with Pip's brother was the hot and cold kind that was painful to read at times, especially when the rest of the team members and their partners would discuss his situation privately amongst themselves. I guess we all readers knew his was a sobstory and we all just wanted him to have his happily-ever-after like all the rest of the team. I guess it is just fitting that after all the other members have had their say, this series may just be ending with Tony and Shane.Shane comes in as a surprise to everyone, but we all knew Cade had a brother. He retires from his government job and is revealed to be that commander Treble had respected (and maybe feared) way back when he was under Shane's team. Shane is the usual alpha type commander and was a typical male, but I loved that he had his own weakness to share. Tony's and Shane's story is a simple one and quite follows the formula for this series. I don't know though, but somehow their story held more meaning for me. Maybe because their story also adds the needed closure to the questions left unanswered since this all began. We met Cade and Bret and yet we only saw the surface character of Cade. With this installment, all is left on the table and maybe it was simple, but still well done. So yes, this is my favorite of the lot and with that epilogue, I just got the goofy smile on. That goofy smile that never appeared throughout this series finally made its way on my face and... well, still smiling here. Note: That train derailment situation was quite a scary situation and I had read and seen events like that on CNN and was left to wonder how the people and their animals made it through. Bellann Summer had stated this was a real experience she placed into text and maybe this made the story more real than just simple fiction for me.

  • Carolina Urán
    2019-04-21 04:16

    Durante un año, el experto en informática, Tony Grayson, fue el pequeño secreto sucio de otro hombre. Después de meses de dolor debido a una enorme traición, por fin puede volver a respirar y vislumbrar un futuro. Cuando un rescate acaba mal, acaba trayendo al hermano del jefe, Shane Miller a la vida de Tony. En lo que respecta al gran, dominante y posesivo Shane, el bello italiano es suyo. Ahora sólo tiene que dirigir el equipo de su hermano, corregir cualquier drama familiar y poner las piezas del corazón de Tony juntas de nuevo. Cuando las cosas finalmente se establecen, el ex llama, queriendo a Tony de vuelta. Este libro fue en la misma linea de los demás, un insta-love que ya no debería sorprenderme, los rescates inverosímiles que solo estos hombres pueden realizar (rolling eyes) y los dramas sacados de la manga over-dramatic y sin transfondo. Es que es triste por que si uno lee la sinopsis o se plantea en rasgos generales la historia, dan ganas de leerla. Lamentablemente esta mal desarrollada. Pienso que si la autora se tomara el tiempo de profundizar en los personajes y en sus historias, tal vez la novela sería más interesante, es que al final todo queda como puesto a último momento y lo más rápido que se pueda para poder profundizar en las escenas de cama que al parecer son mas importantes.Yo amo las escenas de cama como cualquiera que lea este género o cualquier libro de literatura erótica, pero, he descubierto que personalmente disfruto más de estas escenas cuando los personajes tienen un transfondo, cuando hay una historia que me ha hecho conectar con ellos y por lo tanto me hace emocionar de forma autentica cuando ocurre el primer beso, o la primera caricia y por supuesto me hace sentir como si fuera mía la emoción de su primera vez juntos. Just saying

  • Phaney
    2019-03-31 06:08

    Well, that was a little odd.To start with, the names in this one are a bit of a mess, switched around by accident at times. It’s especially bad when people in the story go along with the mistake and react to it as the new truth.The writing overall leaves much to be desired, even compared to the previous book or two.As for the actual story, well. Shane’s really not the type of guy I like.He had learned early on to make snap judgments, never hesitate, and always dominate.And this is a good thing how? I mean I understand how an attitude like that might be an asset in the military, but it just doesn’t strike me as a good method for interacting with people in daily life. Respect, you know? Respect for what other people want, plus an awareness that one’s snap judgments can be as fallible as the next person’s. Blah.Tony seems to have a few things right when it comes to his complaints about Shane. However, he doesn’t really follow up to them because apparently… I was going to say he likes being dominated, but I’m not actually so sure of that. He certainly likes being important to someone and to have his perfect romantic forever, but it seems to me that allowing Shane to manhandle him – physically and otherwise – might be a rather steep price to pay for those things.Well, it’s this series’ thing. Bottoms always love to submit and, regardless of size, are always the smaller partner; tops are dominant in and out of bed and love to control their partners’ lives (for the best, of course). Add hurt/comfort and (for most) lugging smaller people around to the mix and you have this very naive series.Case in point (on the subject of naivety, anyway): My previous question regarding Jack’s wealth is answered in this volume. They’re all fantastically rich. Obviously not from mere rescue work, but ingenious, ongoing investments. Okay, then.… I will just point out that Jack in his book did consider that he’d have to go back to work soon since he was now his family’s sole provider – while in this book Tony explains that all of them can afford whatever they want without ever working again. Ah, well.A curse upon me for even remembering such little details. It’s what in general makes series like this one so difficult to read. Characters either go back and forth on what they think/feel/want (retroactively) or they repeat the same information over and over. But I digress wildly, thinking of many other series in this context. I don’t want to make it sound as though this particular one is worse than many others.But I went way off track here. One of the good things about this particular story has to be that, despite the usual head-over-heels speed of the relationship start, much of the sex is delayed for a while. Of course, the author then makes up for it by shoving two scenes for two different couples into one of the last chapters. That felt a little off.And then we get an at the same time detailed and summed up ending for the entire series, jumping ahead a good decade or slightly less. (view spoiler)[Almost everyone has kids now, the structure of the company changed, and everything’s just perfect. (hide spoiler)]I don’t know why, but that felt somewhat odd to me. Oh, it’s in keeping with the rest of the series but it also diminished this volume in some way. Maybe because the main story had to share with what amounts to a series finale tacked on. Or possibly the epilogue is just too unbelievable for me. I couldn’t explain how that should suddenly be a problem for me, considering that it matches everything else. Maybe it just seems too hasty of a jump ahead? I have no idea. I am giving way too much thought to this.Now the most interesting part will be to see what the two next books have to offer in terms of context. Because yes, despite this clear end to the series, there are two volumes more. Huh!

  • Candice
    2019-04-15 04:57

    I wished something more would have happened with the ex.I felt like this story dealt with so much rather than Shane and Tony. They had the accident, derailment, the company, Shane and Tony and then the Epi. I wanted more of Shane and Tony. I needed that. I felt like I didn't get to know them and I was bummed because I really liked Shane.

  • Isha
    2019-04-01 05:01

    Good addition, loved the epilogue.

  • Shawnie Nicole
    2019-04-19 03:06

    3 1/2 stars.Shane was rather pushy and Tony a doormat at some points but I guess it worked for them.

  • Simone
    2019-03-23 02:59

    3.5 stars

  • Elizabeth
    2019-04-05 05:51

    2.5 - 3 stars