5 Star Review from Page Turners Book Blog

on November 17, 2015
This was the perfect title for this book. Carrie has been devastated by the betrayal of her ex-boyfriend and moves away from all she knows to start again. She meets Cory and the sparks fly but they both are dealing with problems that threaten their happiness and need to learn to trust in themselves as well as each other. Beginning a relationship based on sex seems to be the perfect solution but eventually feelings grow deeper and each one wants more but are they willing to take the risk? Can their love survive when outside forces threaten to tear them apart? This was such a good story that was well written and enjoyable to read. The connection between Carrie and Cory was sexy and charming. I liked this story a lot and recommend it to everyone.

New 5 Star Review for Rebuilding Trust


on November 19, 2015

This was the 2nd book in the Loveland Fire Series. This book was about Cory and Carrie you met them in the first book and this book picks up and dives more into their relationship. This book like the first book is amazing.

When Carrie came to Loveland Colorado she had ran from a past she never wanted to go back to. She built a wall up around herself so she could never get hurt again. But when her roommate Lana’s boyfriend Dylan’s partner Cory comes over to help them paint she can’t believe the hot fireman before her. But she has been warned that Cory is a player and not to get involved, but does she see something different in him? She sure would like to find out.

After Roy passed Cory was promoted to be Dylan’s partner. The day Cory went to help paint his partners girlfriends place he never expected to meet the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. But can he settle down and put his past ways behind them?

They were both warned to stay away from each other, but can they? Can Carrie let Cory in or is friends with benefits all she can handle? The attraction they feel for each other might just be too strong to walk away from.

You should definitely read the 1st book in the series. Elison Grace is just amazing with her words and writes a story that will transport you right to Loveland Colorado.

Received an advance readers copy in exchange for an honest review.


Courage That Counts Rebuilding Trust

5 Star Review from Wanda


I thoroughly enjoyed this book as a continuation in this series. The secret forbidden love of Cory and Carrie comes to light and not everyone is happy about it. It starts as being Friends with Benefits that leads to so much more. Carrie has trust issues because of her ex fiancé and Cory needs to prove himself because of his playboy ways. They struggle with each of their own pasts that make things work against them as Dylan and Lana work on their own happily ever after. I look forward to the next book in this series.

I was given this as an ARC for an honest review

5 star review for Rebuilding Trust


5 stars for Rebuilding Trust by Elison Grace!!

This is the second book in the Loveland Fire Series, and it is the story of Cory and Carrie aka “Hero and Sun”.

I was fortunate enough to be able to beta read this book, and I must confess that I anxiously awaited each new installment. It was like when an episode of your favorite tv show leaves you hanging, and you really don’t want to wait to find out how things play out. So to say that I was excited to finally get my hands on the finished product would be a huge understatement!

After her heart is shattered, Carrie packs up and moves away from everyone she knows to Loveland, Colorado. When her best friend, Lana, introduces her to a sexy fireman named Cory, their attraction to one another is immediate. Lana quickly informs Carrie of Corey’s manwhoring ways and warns her to steer clear of him. However, Cory seems to be just what Carrie is looking for-a good time with no strings attached. They each agree to a friends with benefits relationship never realizing how their feelings for one another will grow. Just as they begin to establish a more meaningful and trusting relationship, they are faced with a couple of obstacles that threaten to destroy everything they have built together.

I just love Elison Grace’s writing style! Her attention to detail really draws you into the story so much so that you feel as if you are right alongside the characters experiencing everything that they are. While this is a standalone, I would recommend reading the first book, Courage that Counts, because it is a great read too! Another great job, Elison Grace!!