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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Review: Burn For Me By Jan Springer

Title: Burn for Me

Author: Jan Springer

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave

Buy Link: Buy Burn For Me Here!

Rating: You Want to Read

Reviewed by: Gabrielle


Wrapped in red-hot lust for revenge, Avery plans to murder the man responsible for the death of her son. Her plan is tragically destroyed when her ex-husband kidnaps her, taking her to the rustic Canadian cabin where they once honeymooned.

Mason is fighting for Avery with everything he’s got. Armed with whipped cream, handcuffs and his undying love, Mason vows he’ll make her love again.

With one searing touch, Mason crashes through the icy walls of Avery’s heart, melting her defenses and making her burn with sinful sensations. But if their son’s killer gets his way, Mason and Avery’s newfound happiness will be over before it’ barely begun.

Publisher’s Note: This story was previously published elsewhere under the title The Biker & the Bride and has been revised for Ellora’s Cave.


Burn For Me is a very sweet and romantic story about falling in love all over again. I enjoyed watching Avery and Mason find what was lost and rekindle their romance. When Avery is consumed with killing the man she thinks is responsible for her sons death Mason does all that he can so stop her. Trying to get Avery to remember their love Mason brings her back to the very cabin that they honeymooned in so many years ago. As the two ignite the flames that once lay dormant others are not so happy and are searching for payback. Brothers Ron and Rick are none to happy at being deceived by Avery and are looking for their own revenge. When they find Avery alone they just might get their chance.

As a parent this story struck a chord with me and definitely had me thinking about how far I would go if I were in Avery’s position. Both Avery and Mason are strong and loving parents as well as a great couple who just needed to find themselves again. Right from the start you can see that the two still love each other deeply. I enjoyed seeing them rebuild their trust in each other and cement that bond. Jan Springer writes a wonderful story that warms the heart as well as heat up the room.

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