Title: Absolving Blue ( On Call #4)
Author: Freya Barker
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 10, 2020
Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC.
For long-time Durango Fire Department EMT, Ava ‘Blue’ Navarro, her teammates at Station 3 represent a family more loyal than her own.
However, when patients start dying on her watch, she draws the attention of local law enforcement. In particular the smooth-talking detective she’s successfully evaded for years, fearing he might stir up her quiet existence.
Detective Tony Ramirez considers himself a likable guy, which is why the perpetual cold shoulder from the athletic blonde first responder is confusing.
Now he finds himself in charge of a murder investigation that threatens to shake his world both personally and professionally. A situation that won’t earn him any brownie points.
When medical examiner, Calder Stonewall, is called in to assist, it only seems to throw more suspicion Blue’s way, and Tony has to pull out all the stops to prove her innocence while securing her heart.
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
No one combines heart stopping romance with edge of your seat suspense quite the way Freya Barker does. Absolving Blue perfectly show cases her ability to completely captivate someone with romance so real you find yourself falling in love and mystery with twists and turns that will shock you. I started reading this in the evening thinking I’d relax for a bit before bed and the next thing I knew it was the middle of the night and I devoured every single page.
There was just no stopping when it came to Blue and Tony. They were such fantastic characters on their own. Blue with an unbelievable strength but made more human and so relatable with her vulnerable side. And Tony with his unwavering support, belief and love. These two together are a couple that make it so easy to love them. With obstacles being thrown at them left and right they continue to fall deeper and deeper pulling you right along with them.
Absolving Blue is yet another magnificent must read from Freya Barker!
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“I really hate this,” she says when I lift my head.
“I must be losing my touch, then,” I joke, and she slaps my chest.
“Not that, you idiot. I hate being weak.”
“Now who’s being an idiot?” I lightly shake her. “If you sprained your ankle, would you think it weak to see a doctor? Do you think the people you tend to on a daily basis are weak?” When she reluctantly shakes her head, I push my point home. “So how’s this any different? We’re just talking about another part of you that needs some healing. Shit, if you think that makes you weak, you’re calling every cop in Durango a pussy. Wait ‘til I tell the guys.”
“You wouldn’t,” she snaps, her eyes spitting fire.
“If you keep spouting that nonsense, I might.”