FROM ICE TO FLAMES by A.M. Hargrove is LIVE!

We are delighted to share A.M. Hargrove’s all-new romantic comedy standalone, FROM ICE TO FLAMES

One Rule: No More Men.
Two years ago I walked away from a marriage I thought would last forever and all I got from it was Dick …
And I don’t mean the one between my stupid ex’s legs.
I’m talking about the one hundred fifty pound furry dog said ex dropped off at my doorstep.
But I’d take Dick over any man, any day.
So why did I resemble my dog, panting and drooling, whenever I ran into Hudson West, my sexy new neighbor?
True, the gorgeous veterinarian was hotter than sin.
And my new roommate only made it impossible for me to avoid conversation with a man I didn’t need.
Until tragedy struck and some jerk decided to run Dick down.
It was hotter than sin Hudson who came to his rescue.
Then it became impossible to ignore him.
It was only supposed to be a fling, a quickie, a one and done.
We both had reasons to keep it that way … my one rule and his five-year-old son.
Except things didn’t quite work out that way.
One turned into two, then three, annnnd you get the picture.
Before we knew it, he gave me a lot more than puppies and fairy tales.
And that stupid rule?
I should’ve stuck to it because now more than my heart was at risk.

This is a full-length, stand alone, single dad, contemporary romance.

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★ ★ ★ ★

Reviewed by Anna Green on behalf of KFF

When you have an attractive divorcee, a hunky vet, a lovable five-year-old boy and a giant fur baby, you’ve got the perfect combination of characters for a light-hearted romantic comedy. This book is a West Brothers novel but can be read as a standalone.

Millie is recovering from a failed marriage so she up and moved out of their marital house and became Hudson’s new neighbour. As if being newly single and lonely isn’t bad enough, her ex showed up at her doorstep and dropped two bombshells on her: he’s leaving the country and he’s leaving Big Dick with her.

Hudson West is a successful veterinarian, a single dad with a precocious kid. He’s been badly scarred by his ex-wife and does not plan to go down that route again. His been-there-done-that view towards marriage is pretty much the main reason for the conflict between the two protagonists. Will he allow himself to have another go at relationships or being neighbours with benefits is enough for him and Millie?

Told in alternating points of view, this is a well-written romantic tale. It will not only make you giggle and smile, but it also provides enough drama from wicked exes to make this book a very interesting read. The secondary characters are as engaging as the protagonists, especially Hudson’s brothers. The witty banter, funny one-liners and comedic moments involving a little boy and a number of four-legged friends make this book very entertaining. As well as laughter, Hudson and Millie’s love story gives you the brilliant family dynamics of the West family. If you want to get the perfect remedy for a book hangover, this is the one. And yes, I can’t wait to read Pearson’s story!


One day, on her way home from work as a sales manager, USA Today bestselling author, A. M. Hargrove, realized her life was on fast forward and if she didn’t do something soon, it would be too late to write that work of fiction she had been dreaming of her whole life. So she made a quick decision to quit her job and reinvented herself as a Naughty and Nice Romance Author.

Reader, Writer, #WalterThePuppy Owner, Dark Chocolate Lover, Ice Cream Worshipper, Vodka Aficionado, Coffee Drinker, she believes coffee and ice cream should be added as part of the USDA food groups.


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