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ARC received for review This was a great romance with an extremely hot Native American chef named Tai and newspaper journalist Piper who we met in the previous books He was angsty, and she wasn t I was just so G rated There were a couple kisses and hints at the bedroom All the old peeps show up and there a sweet epilogue with all of them. Claire Boston is a fantastic author and her first book in The Texan Quartet series blew me away I haven t written reviews for the first three books because I needed a break in reviewing books and writing reviews Ms Boston knows how to set up characters in her books and how to balance them out The nanny and the rockstar What goes on tour with Abby and Adrian , perfect combination The princess and the gardener s son grown up All that Sparkles, Imogen and Chris The damsel in distress and t Claire Boston is a fantastic author and her first book in The Texan Quartet series blew me away I haven t written reviews for the first three books because I needed a break in reviewing books and writing reviews Ms Boston knows how to set up characters in her books and how to balance them out The nanny and the rockstar What goes on tour with Abby and Adrian , perfect combination The princess and the gardener s son grown up All that Sparkles, Imogen and Chris The damsel in distress and the knight in the shining armour Under the Covers with Elle and George and with this last book it is no different I m ecstatic that I got this as an ARC otherwise I would have missed out on such fabulous books I can only recommend reading this series and I d love to know what will come next from this author We met Piper Atkinson in book one when she helped Abby and Adrian with the nanny scandal Piper has always dreamt that she will be an investigative reporter and unearth truths for the Houston based newspaper she works for She is coming to realise that not all is what it seems Taima Woods is of an indigenous tribe of the Queche that is what they liked to be called, we call them Native American Tai owns a restaurant in Houston which is called The Wooden Spoon It is a blend of Mexican and recipes of his culture that are very successful He is a recluse and well just a tad grumpy Piper s new writing assignment is to interview the top ten most influential people in Houston, Tai is one of them Piper is very persistent and in the end she gets the interview with him but only if he can read it beforehand and that she spends a day with him on the rez.Piper is fascinated by the culture and so was I I loved how they all pitched in to raise money for a youth center I loved the interaction between Piper and Bradley that kid broke my fucking heart I loved the chemistry between Tai and Piper and that yes one can fall in love in a couple of weeks There is a minimal amount of drama in the book which adds to the story and the ending but doesn t ruin the overall story of Piper and Tai There is a law within the tribe that that belonging to the tribe when having children can only be passed down through the mother So Tai makes a huge mistake This book is exceptional and I was so invested in the characters and the plot I admire that Ms Boston took such a difficult topic and spun a story with a plot that really opened my eyes To a certain extent I can t be ignorant I might live in Europe but there are races all over the world that are being repressed and judged for its culture I would love to see books with Rayen and Adahy and when they are older Kate and Toby Book received by Momentum Books via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review Slick s review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsWhen I read the first book in Claire Boston s Texan Quartet series, I was blown away and somehow the next two books escaped my attention, but I was very happy to pick up the last book, Into the Fire While I enjoyed this book quite a bit, for me it didn t work quite as well as the first book That being said, this book was engrossing, informative and extremely entertaining.When Piper whom we met in the first book meets Tai for the first tim Slick s review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsWhen I read the first book in Claire Boston s Texan Quartet series, I was blown away and somehow the next two books escaped my attention, but I was very happy to pick up the last book, Into the Fire While I enjoyed this book quite a bit, for me it didn t work quite as well as the first book That being said, this book was engrossing, informative and extremely entertaining.When Piper whom we met in the first book meets Tai for the first time there is this smoldering chemistry between them, but Tai is rude beyond belief and Piper kind of brushes it off because she hopes to interview him for a series of articles she is doing for the paper she works for Tai comes across as a brooding, rude a hole, but when is layers are pulled back we find out he is so muchIn fact you could almost make the case that the man is a saint at least to his people, the Queche tribe He is kind hearted, giving, caring, passionate, sexy, and totally swoon worthy but he has a vulnerability that makes him seem very human as well.I admired Piper s tenacity from the start and loved that she had journalistic integrity something that is so lacking in today s world She was determined to get the best story, but to also report the truth and she showed passion in everything she did I appreciated that once she began to research the tribe and find out the plight of the indigenous people she wanted to do something to help and began planning right away to see that it was done.I enjoyed that this romance focused on the differences in this couple s heritage, but also focused on the meaning of family and hard work Tai made some mistakes where Piper was concerned and in my opinion she was much too forgiving, but there was no doubt these two were of the same heart They both had such loving and giving spirits and it showed not only in how they lived their lives but in how they related to one another.While this is a romance on the sweeter side, it was clear these two enjoyed each other immensely in the physical sense and their attraction to one another was apparent anytime they shared the same space.It would have been very easy for this book to come off preachy given the way Piper became so involved with the tribe and her interviews with the elders, but instead I think it gave a voice to what they ve been through, some of the misconceptions, and was respectful to their culture.The ending felt a bit rushed to me yet I was still very happy with how this book ended and it effectively wrapped up this series in a truly wonderful way.Review copy provided for an honest review I received an ARC courtesy of The Romance Review in exchange for an honest review.I never heard of this author prior to reading INTO THE FIRE I chose to read and review this title as I was intrigued by the premise and was keen to learnSuch was my keenness that I was willing to read this title without reading the previous books in the series I knew this was a gamble as the possibility existed that it could not be read in isolation I am glad I took the risk, because not only could it be I received an ARC courtesy of The Romance Review in exchange for an honest review.I never heard of this author prior to reading INTO THE FIRE I chose to read and review this title as I was intrigued by the premise and was keen to learnSuch was my keenness that I was willing to read this title without reading the previous books in the series I knew this was a gamble as the possibility existed that it could not be read in isolation I am glad I took the risk, because not only could it be read as a stand alone, I discovered a great new author in the process.INTO THE FIRE is an inter racial romance This is one of my favourite genres, although I must admit I have not read much of them lately This is the fourth book in the Texan Quartet series For those who have read the previous books in the series, this is Piper s and Taimon s story.Piper Atkinson is a blogger and journalist She dreams of becoming a hard hitting investigative journalist, however, her current employment does not provide her with the flexibility to achieve her goal as they were intent on keeping her in a box Taimon Woods is a Native American and a member of the Queche tribe He is a well known chef and owner of the Wooden Spoon restaurant He is a recluse and have no trust of reporters based on prior experience Things became interesting when Piper s employer requested that she secure an interview with Tai for a celebrity profile for the newspaper.I enjoyed the interaction between Piper and Tai I thought they were great together Piper is independent, smart, honest and motivated and she was determined to prove to Tai that she was not like other reporters She proved that she was willing to learn all she could about his tribe Although she was independent, she was hoping to one day be lucky in love like her friends Tai is strong, selfless and compassionate He was dedicated to his tribe and he was intent on improving their standard of living.Relating to the characters came easily as they were rounded They faced real life issues that each reader at some point can relate to They were not perfect and they each had past demons to contend with There was a point in the story when I was disappointed with Taimon s actions towards Piper He was not honest with her from the outset and he was willing to place tradition and tribal laws above love.It was evident that there were moments of intimacy, however, the author did not provide titillating details As such, you are forced to use your imagination This was fine by me There were several themes highlighted in the story, but the two that resonated within me were depression and racism I have had first hand experience with racism and I know the impact it can have on one s mental state The feeling of inferiority and being constantly looked down on because your skin tone is perceived to be of the wrong colour The manner in which the author addressed the issue of depression made for a moving and emotional read She demonstrated the impact that it has on the individual affected as well as their close family and friends.The story flowed and the pacing was just right The story was well written and I enjoyed every moment I recommend that you take a chance on this book If this would be your first time reading this author s work, then you won t regret taking the chance on this one I will be looking to read the previous books in the series If you are not new to the series, then I can assure you that this is a great addition to the series and I am sure you will enjoy it as much as I did Review originally posted at Well This was my second underwhelming romance read in a row, but it was marginally better than the last.Piper, a frustrated journalist meets the enigmatic Tai Woods, Chef and brooding hero extraordinaire.There are a few things I liked about this, and all of them revolve around Tai Woods character Native American, chef, passionate about his heritage and his people, gives to his community, brooding and gorgeous Wonderful character, what s not to like.There was very little else I liked about th Well This was my second underwhelming romance read in a row, but it was marginally better than the last.Piper, a frustrated journalist meets the enigmatic Tai Woods, Chef and brooding hero extraordinaire.There are a few things I liked about this, and all of them revolve around Tai Woods character Native American, chef, passionate about his heritage and his people, gives to his community, brooding and gorgeous Wonderful character, what s not to like.There was very little else I liked about this book It actually felt a bit rushed and it feels like nothing happens for the first half you re just watching two people give in to their attraction, which is great, but there s nothing really to keep you interested If everything is going swimmingly, where s the excitement that keeps you hanging on every word Not that any of it was bad, it just didn t tickle my fancy It seemed well researched, although one thing that bugged me was that Piper s workload seemed a tad unrealistic But then I m not a journalist so what do I know One thing this book had going for it was that it made me feel the feels There was the toe curling, tingly feeling whenever Tai and Piper interacted I felt Piper s frustration at her job I felt Tai s passion and distress for his people I felt their hurt and longing for each other So that s what earned this review it s 3rd star it s not often that a romance book gives me the tinglies any these days.Also, this book kept giving me a spontaneous case of the munchies 3.5 Stars I m the type of reader that prefers to read a series in order, even if it is stated that a book can be read as a standalone, but there are times where I make an exception to the rule and Into the Fire ended up being one of those exceptions The cover caught my eye, but the description peaked my curiosity since the main character was of Native American heritage and a chef, and the world he grew up in appeared to play a large role in the development of the main characters and their 3.5 Stars I m the type of reader that prefers to read a series in order, even if it is stated that a book can be read as a standalone, but there are times where I make an exception to the rule and Into the Fire ended up being one of those exceptions The cover caught my eye, but the description peaked my curiosity since the main character was of Native American heritage and a chef, and the world he grew up in appeared to play a large role in the development of the main characters and their relationship So I decided to give it a go and found it to be a sweet and enjoyable read with likeable characters and a well written and respectful view of life on the reservation.Both Piper and Tai are really likeable characters Tai has worked his way up the ranks to be a top rated chef and has used his experience and success to help others of his tribe achieve , but keeps it on the down low He is standoffish with most people, but with those he loves and cares for he gives them all of his heart and soul Piper is that endearing mix of sweet, determined and compassionate She wants to make the world a better place, but isn t one to charge ahead without learning everything she can about the issue first, something that comes in handy as a journalist Piper and Tai s relationship starts off on shaky ground but once Tai gets a glimpse of Piper s heart and integrity he relents and from that point their relationship gets going In some respects they become close quite quickly, but considering how closely they are working together and the circumstances behind it, it worked They get to learn why they have become the people they are and find that they have similar goals in life The bumps in their road to their HEA all make sense and the amount of angst involved wasn t over the top The funny thing with this book is that as much as I liked both Tai and Piper and enjoyed how their relationship evolved, it was their relationships and interactions with the members of the Queche tribe that held my interest the most I liked how their struggles and lives were presented and the honesty and respect behind it My favorite relationship was the one that formed between Piper and Bradley and I adored Eyota This was my first book by Claire Boston and I enjoyed her writing style and voice The romance aspect fell firmly on the sweet side of the coin where the intimacy between the couple is stated, but not told in explicit detail which didn t take away from the relationship in anyway The flow of the story is done well and, as I ve already stated, I really enjoyed how the issues indigenous peoples face, the love of their culture and the hope that many of them have for a brighter future was presented The Bottom Line This was a sweet, quick and enjoyable read and can be read as a standalone without feeling as if you ve missed anything if you haven t read the previous books in the seriesARC provided by Momentum Books Moonlight via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review A Review of Into The Fire by Claire BostonPiper and Tai 5 starsWe met Piper back in the first book of the series, when she helped Libby get to the truth of Kate s previous Nanny We met Tai in Elle s book, when the girls went out to eat at his restaurant and when he went to Elle s bookstore cafe As a journalist, Piper wants to do investigative writing of stories that will make people sit up and take notice of the issues and help to make a difference Tai is a reclusive Native American chef A Review of Into The Fire by Claire BostonPiper and Tai 5 starsWe met Piper back in the first book of the series, when she helped Libby get to the truth of Kate s previous Nanny We met Tai in Elle s book, when the girls went out to eat at his restaurant and when he went to Elle s bookstore cafe As a journalist, Piper wants to do investigative writing of stories that will make people sit up and take notice of the issues and help to make a difference Tai is a reclusive Native American chef, whose passions in life are his cooking and his tribe When Piper is assigned a list of people to interview for the paper, she is excited to have the opportunity to interview Tai However, she finds that he is tougher to get that she thought Tai is a very private person and wants to keep it that way He even refuses to go out to the dining room at his restaurant when customers want to talk to him Piper finds that he has a deep mistrust of reporters, for good reason But, Piper is nothing if not persistent and he finally gives in Through Tai, Piper discovers a world she knew nothing about a damaged and ostracized community in need of a voice But thePiper wants to help them, theTai understands that to love Piper is to turn his back on his people Will Tai reject the one woman who s ever understood him Or can Piper show him that hardening his heart helps no one I m sad to see the end of this series, as I grew to really love the people we met along the way I highly recommend this series for all that love good stories and characters that will stay with you for a long time My only criticism is I do wish that we were given the phonetics of how to pronounce some of the names Complimentary Copy provided by Author for an honest review I have read the others in the series, and this book doesn t let them down a fab story line with even better characters, I absolutely loved it the story flowed from the beginning to the end so effortlessly it was a pleasure to read this story is about 2 people who come from totally different backgrounds but find a way to merge the two and fall in love a fantastic romantic story.highly recommendedhttps www.obsessedbookreviews.com I have read the others in the series, and this book doesn t let them down a fab story line with even better characters, I absolutely loved it the story flowed from the beginning to the end so effortlessly it was a pleasure to read this story is about 2 people who come from totally different backgrounds but find a way to merge the two and fall in love a fantastic romantic story.highly recommendedhttps www.obsessedbookreviews.com {DOWNLOAD KINDLE} ⚷ Into the Fire ê Piper 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