Review: Crash & Burn by Rachel Lacey


Crash and Burn 
Stranded #1
Rachel Lacey
9/15/17
Pages: 170
Format Read: eARC
Source: Author

Terrified of flying, Isa Delgado is determined to conquer her fears. Agreeing to accompany a dog on her "freedom flight" from the shelter, Isa gets ready for the journey of her life, boarding a plane with a sexy and rugged pilot.

Silicon Valley CEO Nate Peters volunteers his time and personal jet for animal rescue missions. Flying the stunning and compassionate Isa is just an added perk of the job. But when the plane malfunctions over a forest fire, Isa's biggest fear comes true as they crash into the fiery woods.

After crashing in a remote area, Nate and Isa must find sanctuary in the midst of the forest as flames threaten to engulf them. Nate and Isa fight for survival as they seek comfort in each other's arms. With time running out, will they outrun the fire that burns around them while igniting the desire that heats up between them?




I was so happy when I heard that Rachel Lacey was coming out with a new series. I really enjoy her books and wouldn't mind more of them. Then I read the blurb and thought...am I going to like this?

Well to answer that question, yes, I am going to like this. 

Crash and Burn is a quick read that is a nonstop thrill. Now, you know it will end well because it's a romance, but that didn't take away from the fact that you don't know what or how it's going to happen. 

I found myself more then once crossing my fingers hoping that they would come out of this okay. Silly, I know, but I really couldn't help myself. You really will enjoy both Isa and Nate. You'll also like Maya too. 

As a whole I really enjoyed the story and felt the caring and love from both Isa and Nate. Considering the fact that the main story takes place in about five days you believe their feelings. Something that's not always easy with short books. 

This quick moving story is very believable in fact. You will feel like you are there with them running from the fire. Scary!  

Yes, I really enjoyed the story but I think I would have liked it to be a little longer. Not that I'm sure it would have worked as well if it was. Weird I know. I just really liked them and would have liked to know or spend more time with their families. It's the only negative and I'm not even sure if it is one. 

If you've read Crash and Burn or any other book by Rachel Lacey I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting and happy reading! ♡





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