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Chris Matthews is a firefighter with Oceanside Fire. He loves his job and doesn't even mind the forty five hours of coursework a year he needs to do in order to stay current. That is until Morgan Daniels walks into the station to teach the firefighters a course on sexual harassment. Morgan Daniels doesn't like firefighters in general and Chris in particular, the two men ta Chris Matthews is a firefighter with Oceanside Fire. He loves his job and doesn't even mind the forty five hours of coursework a year he needs to do in order to stay current. That is until Morgan Daniels walks into the station to teach the firefighters a course on sexual harassment. Morgan Daniels doesn't like firefighters in general and Chris in particular, the two men taking an instant dislike to each other. So how come every time they're thrown together the sexual tension between them can be cut with a knife? Can these two strong willed men find some common ground? Do they even want to? Read tinder and find out!


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Chris Matthews is a firefighter with Oceanside Fire. He loves his job and doesn't even mind the forty five hours of coursework a year he needs to do in order to stay current. That is until Morgan Daniels walks into the station to teach the firefighters a course on sexual harassment. Morgan Daniels doesn't like firefighters in general and Chris in particular, the two men ta Chris Matthews is a firefighter with Oceanside Fire. He loves his job and doesn't even mind the forty five hours of coursework a year he needs to do in order to stay current. That is until Morgan Daniels walks into the station to teach the firefighters a course on sexual harassment. Morgan Daniels doesn't like firefighters in general and Chris in particular, the two men taking an instant dislike to each other. So how come every time they're thrown together the sexual tension between them can be cut with a knife? Can these two strong willed men find some common ground? Do they even want to? Read tinder and find out!

30 review for Tinder

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jewel

    Gotta say, I didn't enjoy this book nearly as well as I did the first 3 in the series. I really didn't care for Morgan at all and that Chris kept him around at all is a bit mind boggling. Through the whole book I was practically yelling for Chis to get some self respect and walk away. Morgan runs hot and cold, though mostly cold, it would seem. He has a huge, and irrational, dislike of fire fighters and he he has a tendency to treat Chris, in particular, like shit. He's insulting and condescendi Gotta say, I didn't enjoy this book nearly as well as I did the first 3 in the series. I really didn't care for Morgan at all and that Chris kept him around at all is a bit mind boggling. Through the whole book I was practically yelling for Chis to get some self respect and walk away. Morgan runs hot and cold, though mostly cold, it would seem. He has a huge, and irrational, dislike of fire fighters and he he has a tendency to treat Chris, in particular, like shit. He's insulting and condescending to Chris and his profession and is beyond arrogant. Everytime I'd start to think that Morgan wasn't so bad, he'd flip on the cold again. There was potential and I like the setting and that Tucker is still Chris' friend (even though Chance doesn't like Chris), but it would have been a better story with a more likable MC. I'm going to finish the series to see if Morgan redeems himself at all, but I'm not terribly optimistic.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alina

    Overall I liked the story, and my only gripe has very little to do with the main storyline. What disgruntled me was the relationship between Chris and Tucker. I just didn't like how these two are still so close. The thing is my least favorite scene from Flashover was the one, when Chance caught them sitting together and almost cuddling and I really think he had every right to be pissed and jealous (I'd be too, that's for sure!) and I didn't like how it turned out he's the one apologizing at the e Overall I liked the story, and my only gripe has very little to do with the main storyline. What disgruntled me was the relationship between Chris and Tucker. I just didn't like how these two are still so close. The thing is my least favorite scene from Flashover was the one, when Chance caught them sitting together and almost cuddling and I really think he had every right to be pissed and jealous (I'd be too, that's for sure!) and I didn't like how it turned out he's the one apologizing at the end. And here to have a whole book very frequently referring to their 'little bit of history' and Chance's jealousy I just felt very sorry for Chance, coz it's really unnerving to know your partner still works and is friends with his almost-but-not-quite lover, who's still hung up on him. So this part was just uncomfortable for me to read, but other than that I really liked the story!

  3. 5 out of 5

    ElaineY

    3 1/2 stars. I read this some time back. I recall enjoying it but obviously not that much or I would have remembered to post my review. Nothing negative that comes to mind, though, and there was good chemistry between the two men.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Daniela

    My lord!!! I love this book so much; I think a have a fetish with these kind of MC. Tinder is part of the series that also stars Chance and Tucker; but now we get to meet Chris the guy whom Chance saw with Tucker at the Seagull during "Heat", we know that Chris is a firefighter who work at the same station (station 19) as Tucker and that he is gay. Then we meet Morgan, who is a intructor inside the firefigther department and he is teaching during a month in station 19 and he is a total jerk, arr My lord!!! I love this book so much; I think a have a fetish with these kind of MC. Tinder is part of the series that also stars Chance and Tucker; but now we get to meet Chris the guy whom Chance saw with Tucker at the Seagull during "Heat", we know that Chris is a firefighter who work at the same station (station 19) as Tucker and that he is gay. Then we meet Morgan, who is a intructor inside the firefigther department and he is teaching during a month in station 19 and he is a total jerk, arrogant, full of himself and hot as hell. And so it begins the clash of character, because Chris hates Morgan and Morgan hates firefighter in general. After their first encounter, the relationship starts to develop into a serious one. Until Chris says that he loves Morgan, and Morgan freaks out. But at the end, love wins and everything settles again with our HEA. This book is smoking hot as well, with delicious every chapter sex. And I love the MC, I had always like books where the MC clash with each other until something pops and everything changes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Becky Condit

    I enjoyed this book but didn't quite connect with the MCs. There was a push-pull between Morgan and Chris that powered the story. At some point, probably early on, I would have dumped Morgan but Chris kept coming back to him. They wind up with an HFN ending, which is probably the appropriate ending for this couple. There is a huge amount of scorching sex, some of it very nearly public, and these guys really love getting busy. In fact, sometimes they will rush home to jack off if alone or have se I enjoyed this book but didn't quite connect with the MCs. There was a push-pull between Morgan and Chris that powered the story. At some point, probably early on, I would have dumped Morgan but Chris kept coming back to him. They wind up with an HFN ending, which is probably the appropriate ending for this couple. There is a huge amount of scorching sex, some of it very nearly public, and these guys really love getting busy. In fact, sometimes they will rush home to jack off if alone or have sex if together, because they just can't keep it in their pants another minute. If you're looking for a hot firefighter read, this may be it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bogusia

    4.25 stars

  7. 4 out of 5

    EmeArsh

    I don't think Morgan should have gotten off the hook that easy. It was good book from the beginning. I just have this one complain, but suppose thats what happens im love. I don't think Morgan should have gotten off the hook that easy. It was good book from the beginning. I just have this one complain, but suppose thats what happens im love.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charly

    Realistic characters with struggles and problems I found believable Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 7/10 PROS: - Very gradual transformation in the relationship from intense dislike to love, and I believed it; it seemed realistic. - No dramatic external force that affects the characters in any significant way. I understand that injuries and hateful friends/family members, etc. are very real problems, and I rarely mind when something big happens and has Realistic characters with struggles and problems I found believable Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 7/10 PROS: - Very gradual transformation in the relationship from intense dislike to love, and I believed it; it seemed realistic. - No dramatic external force that affects the characters in any significant way. I understand that injuries and hateful friends/family members, etc. are very real problems, and I rarely mind when something big happens and has a negative effect on the characters in a story. But it’s also refreshing now and then to read a book in which the conflict arises solely from the characters themselves--miscommunication, insecurities, fear of commitment, and so on. I think that most relationship problems in real life are like this. - Few typos/editing issues. CONS: - I didn’t like one of the characters much until well into the story and struggled to see why the other one falls for him. He redeems himself by the end, of course, but even at the story’s close I didn’t love him. - The sex is graphic and not boring, but it’s not emotional (the way I like sex scenes to be) until over halfway through the book. - Although I’m sure this happens in May-December romances, I’m always a little uncomfortable when the characters repeatedly refer to problems (whether already existing or merely potential) arising from the difference in their ages. Overall comments: If you enjoy realistic stories about people who undergo gradual change, this is a good one. I read it in one sitting, which isn’t the norm for me. If you’re looking for something that’s a little more like a fairy tale, this probably isn’t for you. Both characters have flaws, as does their relationship.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Wendy❤Ann

    This is the first book of this series that I’ve read and didn’t have any problem jumping into the middle of it. I could tell there was prior history between some of the characters, but it’s not really relevant for this storyline. Generally speaking, it’s important for me to like the characters in the book in order for me to like the book. This one may have been the exception to the rule! Without mincing words, Morgan Daniels is an ass! He’s really barely tolerable until close to the end of the b This is the first book of this series that I’ve read and didn’t have any problem jumping into the middle of it. I could tell there was prior history between some of the characters, but it’s not really relevant for this storyline. Generally speaking, it’s important for me to like the characters in the book in order for me to like the book. This one may have been the exception to the rule! Without mincing words, Morgan Daniels is an ass! He’s really barely tolerable until close to the end of the book. It doesn’t help that the story is told from Chris’ point of view. Perhaps if we had some of Morgan’s perspective, it might have been easier to warm up to him a bit. The fact that I had a strong enough dislike going for this character tells me the author did a good job of portraying him in the book. As for Chris, it felt like he had to do most of the compromising in this relationship and it almost felt like he was cheating himself by settling for someone so, so, ass-like! The story itself wasn’t complex or particularly unique. I found myself enjoying the book despite disliking one of the main characters and despite a few open questions that really weren’t fully answered to my satisfaction (ex: circumstances of the relationship that caused Morgan to hate firemen). In real life, I’d seriously wonder about the viability of this relationship due to the one-sided feel of it, the large age gap, and constant bickering. If not for the sex, I questioned whether there was much else to sustain Morgan and Chris going forward. Perhaps the sequel will provide some additional insight:)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elisa Rolle

    We have known Chris in Chance and Tucker's story. He is the young fireman Chance is so jelaous. Now Chris has found his match. Morgan is a 45 years old former fireman, who declares to hate all the fireman, especially the young and reckless one. But Chris, despite the negative attitude, can't prevent himself to be attracted by this man, so handsome and strong. They starts a relationship from the attraction: sex is wonderful but Morgan doesn't want to call it a "relationship". They don't date, they We have known Chris in Chance and Tucker's story. He is the young fireman Chance is so jelaous. Now Chris has found his match. Morgan is a 45 years old former fireman, who declares to hate all the fireman, especially the young and reckless one. But Chris, despite the negative attitude, can't prevent himself to be attracted by this man, so handsome and strong. They starts a relationship from the attraction: sex is wonderful but Morgan doesn't want to call it a "relationship". They don't date, they are makinf sex. But when you feel for the other, and your mind is obsessed, how can you not call it love? Chris is young and simple. He has no problem in his life, he enjoys sex and is not searching for something stable. Yes, he sometimes envies Tucker and his relationship, but until he meets Morgan, he has no idea how sweet can be to have something to return home. Morgan was scared in the past. He is not so young to allow himself to be scared again. He doesn't want commitment cause he fears to suffer again. But even if you are not searching it, love can grew slowly but strong. Tinder is a story which flows smoothly. Attraction strucks hard from the first time, but then love cements the bound. When you search for an hot story between firemen, Tory Temple is your man (woman!). http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/17...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jane (PS)

    3.5 stars rounded up This was better than I expected. I'd read a couple of Tory Temple's books a few years ago and stopped after the last one underwhelmed. My prompt to try Temple's writing again was due to needing a 'fire station' in a challenge. I'm very happy to say I enjoyed this. Whilst the friction is a little forced from MC Morgan's perspective (I felt his explanation regarding firefighters was unconvincing) I did enjoy the back and forth, the uncertainty. And because the book isn't long it 3.5 stars rounded up This was better than I expected. I'd read a couple of Tory Temple's books a few years ago and stopped after the last one underwhelmed. My prompt to try Temple's writing again was due to needing a 'fire station' in a challenge. I'm very happy to say I enjoyed this. Whilst the friction is a little forced from MC Morgan's perspective (I felt his explanation regarding firefighters was unconvincing) I did enjoy the back and forth, the uncertainty. And because the book isn't long it couldn't get protracted :) MC Chris was an interesting character finding his place in the world - it gave him a bit of depth. Overall for an MM written in 2007 and being the fifth in the series, the author did a good job.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    So this is a total first for me. I read this not knowing it was in a series so that definitely tells you that you don't need to worry much about the consistancy of the plotline in this series. There were moments that implied previous story points about some of the other characters but nothing at all that would take away from this single volume. I enjoyed the story well enough and didn't find anything that bothered me about the story which is a good thing, but on the other hand, I also didn't find So this is a total first for me. I read this not knowing it was in a series so that definitely tells you that you don't need to worry much about the consistancy of the plotline in this series. There were moments that implied previous story points about some of the other characters but nothing at all that would take away from this single volume. I enjoyed the story well enough and didn't find anything that bothered me about the story which is a good thing, but on the other hand, I also didn't find anything that I loved either. This novel was perfect for those who want a decent length read and like their characters to be antagonistic towards each other.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tracy~Bayou Book Junkie

    I have to say, as much as I LOVED Chance and Tucker, these two MC's didn't do it for me. The writing was good. The story was good and it flowed well. The sex was steaming up the pages, but these characters didn't have the connection that I have found in Tory's other couples. I thought Chris was a doormat, and Morgan was just a complete and utter ass most of the time. Geeze if you really love and care for someone what's the big deal of not only telling, but showing that person! I am gonna continu I have to say, as much as I LOVED Chance and Tucker, these two MC's didn't do it for me. The writing was good. The story was good and it flowed well. The sex was steaming up the pages, but these characters didn't have the connection that I have found in Tory's other couples. I thought Chris was a doormat, and Morgan was just a complete and utter ass most of the time. Geeze if you really love and care for someone what's the big deal of not only telling, but showing that person! I am gonna continue and I hope to like Morgan better throughout the rest of the series. I do have to say, Tory is easily becoming one of my favorite authors :)

  14. 4 out of 5

    Meggie

    Chris and Morgan were interesting couple. By rereading this book, I have to admit, Morgan was a bitchy selfish partner. But then he had a good excuse for his behavior. Everyone is hiding himself under a mask of pretense in an ongoing developing relationship. I liked Chris and Morgan as a couple.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kari Gregg

    I haven't read the other books in the series and had no trouble keeping up with the plot, characters, etc. Loved Chris. Morgan was a b*tthead, but (somewhat) redeemed himself toward the end. I haven't read the other books in the series and had no trouble keeping up with the plot, characters, etc. Loved Chris. Morgan was a b*tthead, but (somewhat) redeemed himself toward the end.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Michaela

    I loved the story. Chris and Morgan are great together. I would love to read more about them.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Liz (Bugetta)

    3.5* Enjoyable enemies to lovers romance. I was glad to see there are more stories for these guys since I felt like their story wasn't over. 3.5* Enjoyable enemies to lovers romance. I was glad to see there are more stories for these guys since I felt like their story wasn't over.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl C. Nash

  21. 4 out of 5

    Popcorn

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shaz

  23. 5 out of 5

    Eloriee

  24. 4 out of 5

    OkayKim

  25. 5 out of 5

    Susie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kari Kostern

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jess Gabriel

  28. 5 out of 5

    Maricoop

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pamela

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