Review: Home Fires by Kate Sherwood

Monday, April 3, 2017

Title: Home Fires
Author: Kate Sherwood
Series: Common Law, #4
Genre: M/M Romance, Suspense
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Publication Date: April 3rd 2017

Trouble comes to Mosely, Montana, from the outside world. When the residents of Mosely are left on their own, they can make things work. Sure, there’s always been a militia operating up in the hills, but they were small-scale—just survivalists doing their thing—until organizers came in from out of state. Now Jericho Crewe and the rest of the sheriff’s department are facing down a heavily armed band of fanatics, and the feds are busy elsewhere.

The odds are hopeless, but Jericho swore an oath to serve and protect the citizens of Mosely. He won’t walk away from that, even if Wade Granger’s begging him to run away somewhere and finally be together the way they always should have been.

But this time, it’s Jericho who refuses to leave Mosely, even if staying kills him. 

Home Fires is the 4th and final book in the Common Law series by Kate Sherwood.  I wouldn't recommend reading these ones out of order as there are continuing storylines throughout the series and you may be lost.  The Common Law series follows Jericho and Wade.  Two men on different sides of the law, with some history between the two of them.  When they were younger they were friends, and then lovers until Jericho left town.  Now that's his back in his home town he's having a hard time fighting his feelings for Wade even though he isn't sure if he can trust him. 

Love, Love, LOVE the way the series was wrapped up.  There isn't one thing that I would change.  This final book just made me love Wade even more than I already did.  In this series, he's always been really mysterious and you are always trying to figure out what his real agenda is.  But in this book you start to see the other, more vulnerable side of Wade.  I didn't doubt him for a second!

Home Fires has a lot more action than the other books in the series.  It is almost nonstop action from the beginning to end.  All of these books are fairly short so I was able to read this one in one sitting. Thank godness, because I wouldn't have been able to put it down.  I needed to know what was going to happen.  I like that there are no lose ends at the end of this one.  The end was really satisfying.  Great little series!

* I received an ARC of this title via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions are my own. *

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