The Firefighter’s Dilemma

Hello Ink Drinkers! Welcome back to my blog. Today I’m going to be reviewing book three of the Mile High Firefighter’s series “The Firefighter’s Dilemma” by Mariah Ankenman. This book is part of Turn the Page Tours book tour and I received a digital copy of the book for an honest opinion.


Firefighter Stephanie Díaz won’t let anyone stop her from becoming the youngest female fire chief in Denver. Not the jerks who’d like to see an ambitious Latine woman admit defeat. Not the ultra-bro firefighters she has to work with. And definitely not her ridiculously hot and often infuriating, fellow firefighter Eli Ward. Now Stephanie has the chance to prove to everyone that she’s got what it takes…but there’s one helluva catch.

The Battle of the First Responders is a live, balls-out competition in the secluded Rockies and Stephanie has been selected—along with Ward as her partner. On the line are their reputations, a whole lot of cash…and the promotion they’ve been fighting for. Teaming up is the perfect chance to finally settle their never ending one-upmanship, but it also exposes the smoldering attraction they’ve held at bay.

Now their days are fueled by a high-stakes, adrenaline-fueled competition. Their nights are filled with sizzling deep kisses that steal her breath away. But this sexy little fling is about to set off a five-alarm blaze she can’tcontrol…

Even thought this was book three in the series, I couldn’t even tell. This was a fun, quick read and it packs a lot of heat.

A forced proximity romance that takes place on a charity “reality” show? That’s a new one for me that’s for sure. Especially with what’s a stake.. the opportunity to become chief of a station? Oof.

Both Eli and Stephanie have the potential to make it to the top. But with them fighting their chemistry, Stephanie’s history with dating coworkers in the past, and Eli’s legacy on the line… how can either of them win when they both NEED the position to fulfill their destinies?


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