Getting Hot (Jail Bait #3) by Mia Storm

Getting Hot (Jail Bait #3)  by Mia Storm

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Review: When I first heard of this book it sounded really good, but I did not catch the whole thing about the underage relationship in it. So as I read the book I just kept thinking maybe it wont be too bad, like the girl might be 17 and almost 18, so it will be all good. But, nope. This was not the case for Getting Hot, Delilah I think was 15 starting out then turns 16. So most of the time as I read this book I had the internal struggle of morals. Because I have a younger sister and I was trying to look at this from both points of view. Whether it was ok because they loved each other, or I would kill the older guy that my baby sister was with. It was really hard because you cant just say its ok for just the characters in the book and not for a younger sibling or a friend.

I really enjoyed reading the book and learning about the characters. I mean the plot had me hooked pretty early on, and I really liked how it had me thinking well after I had finished the book. It also has me wanting to buy and read the first two books in the series, because I want to see if I can come to an agreement with myself on the morals I keep questioning with this book.

4 out of 5 stars.

E-book. Received from author in exchange for an honest review.

Romance. New Adult. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Contemporary.

Published by Tempest Books.

Summary: **A stand alone Jail Bait novel**

Rules of engagement:
1) You have the right to use force to defend yourself.
2) Fire may be returned to stop a hostile attack.
3) You may not seize the property of others to accomplish your mission.
4) Detention of civilians is authorized in self-defense.

Delilah Morgan and her older sister Destiny have been on their own for two years, since their parents burned down the family home and went to jail for cooking meth. She’s street smart and tough. Nothing about her says sixteen, and she’s not about to tell anyone. Especially Bran, the hot ex-marine bartender Destiny has her eye on. He’s stable and successful and everything her sister needs to keep them off the street. The only problem, something about Bran inspires her and suddenly she’s writing the best music she ever has. About him.

Branson Silo knows what it means to be in the line of fire. Home for a year from his second tour of duty in Afghanistan, he thinks he’s safe…until he meets Delilah. Despite a sharp tongue that makes him want to take cover, he can’t deny the attraction. But when he hires her to play weekends at his family’s saloon, he finds out she’s more than he can handle…which is saying something considering he used to blow things up for a living.

When the grenade finally explodes and the shrapnel flies, will Bran be left standing? Or has he survived years at war only to be taken down by Jail Bait?

-Summary from GoodReads.com

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