Friday, July 1, 2022

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Head on Fire by Elora Nicole Ramirez is out now! Check out the gorgeous new release and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: Heads on Fire

Author: Elora Nicole Ramirez

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Heads on Fire:

Nova Scofield isn’t looking for anything serious. She’s not looking for anything at all, actually. Still recovering after walking away from her narcissistic fiancĂ© weeks before their wedding, she is happily focused on her floral shop, Wild Flora. 

But then Jax Stratford walks into the shop and Nova suddenly remembers what it’s like to feel the gravitational pull of chemistry. For one night, she allows herself the freedom of letting her desire lead her. 

The only problem is Jax isn’t a one night stand — he’s a potential business partner. Despite her best judgment, she agrees to a date and finds herself falling head over heels. 

But Nova’s ex refuses to let go — he keeps showing up and threatening to take over the flower shop she built with her best friend — making it impossible for Nova to move on from their relationship and the control he had over her. 

To make matters worse, history surfaces and her ex shares something with her, making it seem Jax has kept the truth from her this entire time. Will she give into the heat she feels with Jax? Or will everything she’s worked for turn to ash?

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My Thoughts:

Title:   Heads on Fire
Author:  Elora Nicole Ramirez
Publisher:  Awake Indie Press
Genre:   Romance
Format:  Kindle ARC
No. of Pages:   234
Date of Publication:   June 28, 2022
My Rating:   4 Stars 

Nova Scofield is struggling to heal after her previously abusive relationship. She can’t help but reflect on some of the bad experiences with her ex, Corey. Despite more than one red flag, Nova soon became engaged to Corey. Having tried to leave him several times, Nova finally managed to get away. 

For now, she and her best friend are doing well with their floral shop. The connection to her business is how Nova met Jax. A one-night stand has got Nova thinking about whether or not she can handle a relationship, especially after what she previously experienced. She thinks a lot about Jax because they are now running in the same circles, especially concerning their business dealings. While Nova is navigating her feelings towards Ajax, Corey begins to harass her, even to the point she is concerned about the future of the flower shop. 

In this spicy romance, Nova has more than Jax on her mind. In fact, her relationship with best friend Gabi was very inspiring. Two friends that were there for each other through thick and thin. That made this book very strong, which kept this character-driven story flowing at a lovely pace. Meanwhile, Nova’s feelings about her abusive past never strayed far from her thoughts, which proves to show her strengths and her resonance. With intense drama and a lot of heat, this was an enjoyable book. 

Many thanks to Elora Nicole Ramirez and to InkSlinger PR for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion.  

About the Author:

Elora Ramirez has always been a word girl.
  It started when she was four, when she taught herself how to read and write as a way to entertain herself while her grandmother kicked and danced in aerobics class. She cut her teeth on books from Dr. Seuss and writing anywhere she could find the space — including her Fischer Price kitchenette, the pages of picture books, and Highlights Magazines.   

She's matured a bit since then, now choosing to write in the margins of her books and on the mirrors of her bathroom ideas and thoughts surrounding story and what makes us human. By day she leads a team at a tech company, waking up before the sun rises to get in her love for words before stepping into her role of helping others see the plot line of their own story under development.   

Intuition and beauty get her through the day, as well as her chef-husband and their little lion son. Curious Obsession is her fourth novel.  

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