Hey guys, so we know that the re-release of Burn For Me was supposed to include extra goodies but since the cover remains the same except for a different font and they chose not to add any bonus material for various reasons and due to our time constraints, this is our small way of making it up to you. In keeping with our Male POV tradition this one will focus on the first time Rogan… not really meets, maybe kidnaps or abducts, Nevada. The next will the scene in Burn For Me where Rogan shows Nevada his awesome basement man cave/enhanced interrogation fun room.
It was a beautiful day. The sun was warm, the sky was blue, and I would have liked nothing more than to take the afternoon off and be just about anywhere but sitting in a car waiting for a certain rogue Prime to show up. Adam Pierce was running around Houston setting fires and getting people killed. I didn’t know why, and I normally wouldn’t have gotten involved but he’d fucked with my family and now deserved my undivided attention. Not that I was particularly close to them, but, when your cousin comes to you crying and at the end of her rope because her teenage son is implicated in murder and on the run, you don’t just say no. I mean, you could, but, then you’d be the cold bastard everyone thinks you are. Maybe I was, but she was my favorite cousin, and the thought of that flashy poser Pierce using the boy to help him do all his horrible shit really pissed me off.
I’d known guys like Adam my whole life. Born with the wealth, the looks, given the best education, the fanciest toys, everything but a sense of duty. No responsibility to do more than spend money and have a good time. Mostly they were harmless assholes who’d eventually settle down and raise more little useless assholes. Most didn’t blow up banks and incinerate off duty cops. What was Pierce playing at? He didn’t need the money. I knew his mommy was still giving him his allowance on the sly. Was he just having fun? Why the sudden move from petty vandalism to murder? Despite being an incredibly powerful fire mage, Adam had seemed content to amuse himself with petty mischief until now: little fires, bar fights, trouble that his family had always gotten him out of. This was different. Now he’d killed a man, a cop, for no reason, and he’d involved my family in it.
The big question was why? Why go from bad boy heartthrob to Houston’s most wanted? Was somebody pulling his strings, manipulating him the way he was doing with Gavin? When I found him, I’d have to ask him before I ripped his tongue out and shoved it up his ass. The thought brought a smile to my lips.
But first I would have to find him and so far, that was easier said than done. It was supposed to be simple. The man was a fucking ghost. None of my contacts turned up anything useful except a single lead, a motorcycle repair shop, where Adam supposedly picked his mommy’s money once a month. Today was the day, so I set up in a neighboring parking lot and waited for him. Except now, he knew there was too much heat. He hadn’t shown up, but someone else had. A young woman in business clothes who didn’t look like she had any reason to be here. She looked around before going in, not like she was a regular who’d been here before. Not a cop, but something…
Who are you, pretty girl? Let’s find out.
I snapped a quick pic of her in profile and one of her license plate after she disappeared inside. A short time later I knew that she was Nevada Baylor, chief investigator and co-owner of the Baylor Detective Agency. That told me nothing; however, the financial report stated that the business was mortgaged to MII.
Montgomery didn’t own them out right, but Augustine held their leash, which I confirmed once she left the repair shop and drove straight to MII. I parked two rows behind her and watched as she left the car and marched toward Augustine’s ridiculous building. No doubt to see Augustine Montgomery. I strolled by her car, attached a tracker, and came back to my vehicle. No security showed up to ask me what I was doing in Augustine’s parking lot. Disappointing.
I sat in my car and watched the building. So, Pancakes, what are you doing mixed up in all this?
Then it hit me. House Pierce must’ve hired him to help Adam.
The check must have been huge. Adam was public enemy number one at the moment. Every cop in Houston wanted a piece.
Still, money was money. Plus, Pancakes would have dirt on them, and House Pierce would owe him, and House Montgomery, a favor. Had Mommy insisted that they also pass along little Adam’s lunch money? It was one thing to be on the run from every law enforcement agency in Houston but to have him destitute, well, that simply wouldn’t do.
The Augustine I remembered would never have soiled his hands with this kind of sordid business. If it came out that he had aided a cop killer… unless he forced someone else to do his dirty work, somebody he retained and could just as easily disavow should it become expedient to do so. Somebody like a pretty young girl. She had to know that aiding a notorious fugitive could mean losing her PI license and her family business. Was Augustine forcing her to do it or did she want to help? Most likely the latter. Attractive, eligible Primes always fascinated certain types of people. Perhaps the bad boy image had something to do with it, maybe being a wanted man made him even more alluring to her.
I half wanted to walk into the building and ask Augustine what the hell happened to the young idealist who was going to change the world and wanted no part of House politics? I guess he became his old man after all.
The girl burst out of MII at a near sprint to her car. Now, that was interesting. Where are we going now? She must’ve picked up the money from the repair store, brought it to Augustine, who called Pierce and okayed the payoff. She was going to meet Adam. I started the car.
This was as simple as it got. Follow the girl, find Adam, wrap him up tight in this nice roll of military-grade fireproof cloth, (the perfect gift for the psychotic pyromage in your life), take him home and spend some quality time together. Then, after he told me how to find Gavin, I’d drop what was left of him off at some police station.
She was driving like a maniac, and I did my best to keep up with her without being noticed. The bug I’d placed on her car would let me find her anywhere in Houston but if it was discovered or if she noticed me, she’d be a lot more cautious. As long as she led me to Pierce.
The traffic ground to a halt, bumper to bumper, clogging the highway. One car ahead a guy with a hard hat and orange vest walked out from the exit marked with roadwork warnings and held up a stop sign. Dump trucks roared and began exiting onto the highway.
I took a deep breath and counted the dump trucks between us. One, two, three, four, five, …for fuck’s sake! God help me, I wanted to simply sweep them aside like a child’s toys or crush them and toss them away like empty soda cans. Most people felt this way sometimes. The difference was that I could do it. I could but I wouldn’t. These were just guys, civilians, doing their job, and I wasn’t going to harm them. No, that’s what someone like Adam would do. Which meant that per my rules, I could hurt him. In many wonderful ways. I thought about all of them, while I waited for the seemingly endless stream of construction vehicles to pass. Finally, after broken bones but before I moved on to chemical and electrical burns, we were allowed to proceed. Of course, by this time she had a ten to fifteen-minute lead on me.
The tracker blinked on my display, moving north. Where the hell was she going?
Five minutes later she pulled into Mercer Botanical Gardens. The tracker stopped. Damn it.
Fifteen minutes later I ran past her car through the parking lot at Mercer Arboretum, the bolt of fabric under my arm. It made sense. A public place, while at the same time secluded. The trail wound through the botanical gardens, branching in a dozen places, peppered by pavilions, fountains, and plazas. They had to be somewhere on the trails. That’s what I would do. Too many people in the plazas. He had a target on his back and she was probably infatuated, so they would want at least some privacy. Where would I take a pretty girl who was bringing me money?
Bamboo garden. Easy to hide, while still suitably picturesque. I sped up.
I was ten yards away, when the sound of a motorcycle roaring to life came from close by. Definitely within the park. It had to be him. Who else was enough of a dickhead to bring a motorcycle into a place like this? And now he was taking off and there was no handy tracking bug on his bike. I couldn’t make him crash if I couldn’t see him and I’d never catch him on foot before he roared out of the park and into the city.
This day just kept getting better and better. Adam, when I find you, and I will, I’ll be sure to throw in a nice scaphoid fracture or two, no extra charge. Even once it healed, his motorcycle riding days would be over. Hard to ride with your wrists hurting like hell.
Not everything was lost. Adam took off, but the girl would be on foot. She brought him money; likely as not she would know how to find him again. The motorcycle roar had come from the left. She’d likely walk out through the plaza. I sped up.
A minute later I walked into the plaza. A blonde woman on a bench by the fountain. Yep, that’s her. Nevada Baylor. Hey girl, we need to talk. I slowed down. Don’t stalk her, don’t scare her, remember to stroll up, nice and casual. You’re just a pleasant guy whose sees a pretty girl and wants to chat her up. What’s this under my arm? Oh, that’s not fireproof high-tech fabric. It’s just a giant fruit roll up, you want some? Don’t worry, I’m harmless. I’m not interested in you or the fact that you are aiding a murderer who burned a man to death and used my kid cousin to help him. That death would be forever on Gavin’s soul. Adam didn’t care, but a sixteen-year-old kid would have to live the rest of his life with it.
She looked up.
Maybe she didn’t see me.
Shit. She saw me. Don’t run, please don’t run. Damn it.
I sprinted after her. She dashed through the park like she was on fire.
Yelling, “I don’t want to hurt you, I just want to wrap you up and sedate you, so I can take you to my secret torture dungeon to interrogate you” probably wouldn’t help. She veered onto the trail, heading back toward the exit. So convenient. Less people around.
She was pretty fast, but I knew I’d catch her before she got to the gift shop by the exit to the park. The trick to catching someone with fabric is to not suffocate them. I gathered my magic, realigning it. Wrap her in fabric, pick her up, and carry her right out. Neat and easy.
She whipped around.
And now she had a gun. I really didn’t like when people pointed guns at me.
She sighted me and yelled, “Stop, I’ll shoot you.”
I looked into her eyes. No, she wouldn’t shoot me. I kept walking. Even if she did, others had shot at me before and it never turned out well for them.
“Help me,” she yelled at no one in particular.
No, they won’t. There wasn’t a soul in this place that could save her now. It was much too late. It was over the minute she pulled that pistol out. Nobody would want to get involved and she just went from an enemy sympathizer to an active threat. Now she was fair game.
She fired the gun, not at me but high and toward the trees. Should have taken the shot. I used my magic to push the fire blanket at her and wrapped her up nice and tight. I caught her before she hit the ground and pulled the sedative out.
There we go, it’s almost over now, a quick shot and then you get to take a nice long nap. I scooped her up and headed for the exit.
“Hey,” some idiot in a cowboy hat yelled at me and started toward us. Big mistake.
“I wouldn’t advise it,” I told him. I looked at him, promising that if he took one more step, it would be his last. He must have believed me because he stopped dead in his tracks. Lucky for him.
The woman stirred and tried to say something. I shifted her in my arms so that I could see her face. Her eyes were wide with fear and confusion. Then it dawned on her.
There it was. It is nice to be recognized.
“Mad Rogan,” I finished for her. It’s good that you know who I am. It will make this next part easier for both of us, I hoped.
OMG ! THANKK YOUUU XD !!!! *dogeza**will read it after exams revising done*
Thank you! Thus is great.
Works the first time.
Yay! Wonderful scene! Thank you!!! 🙂
Maria W says
Ooh, loved seeing this from his perspective!!
This is Wonderful! Thank you so Much!!!!!!
LOVE!!! Thank you, Authorlords!
*squees in happiness*
I loved it!!!!!!!!
Thank you X a gazillion. That was great 🙂
I absolutely adore you guys. Never stop writing!
Loooove Rogan’s P.O.V! Vant watt for the next one! 🙂
Tracy W says
This was so great! I loved it. We need more please Lol! Thank you.
Thank youuuu!!! May we please have more?? Pretty please??
Ahh. Thank you for a wonderful finish. To a really stressfull and exchausting day!
This was excellent! ! 😀
Just in time as I’m rererere…reading Burn For Me in antici…
You don’t owe us anything, but I really really enjoyed it!!
Ditto. Amen. Thank you Again.
Love it!!!!! Thanks!
Cool surprise, Thanks
As always, you guys are the best and most generous of Author Lords!
i LOVE those male point of view^^
Natasha Johnson says
Yay!! Thank y’all so much!!
So many ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ for this….ahhhhhhh!!! MAD ROGEN! ?
Squeeze!!! Thank you!
Amanda Deavin says
OMG! So exciting and fantastic! I buckled up and can’t wait for the ride. ??
Cindy W says
I love it! What a great surprise! Thank you!
Thank you so much. 14 degrees in NYC , and this is such a nice treat on a freezing day. And you don’t owe us anything, but it was cool ? hearing MadRogan’s POV during this pivotal scene. Anytime you get the urge to write a little snippet, please indulge, we love everything and anything. Thank you again
Love it. I love Rogan, hes my fave. Can’t wait for the basement torture room segment ?
Awesome point of view from Mad Rogan. Thanks for the treat.
Wow, he’s every bit the alphahole I thought he was.
Squees and Chiis and extra butt wiggles. Amazing Authorlords done eet again! Thank You!
Torture isn’t sexy. Rogan should be smarter than that. All the violent thoughts are off putting.
Oh wow. His actions at the beginning make SO much more sense now that we are in his head. THANK YOU!!!
fantastic love you both.. You two are the bestest in the whole world…
Definitely the best overlord authors ever!!
Thank you for the treat!!
I am very thankful I found your books way back and then getting to “Meet” you both through your website. Your generosity toward your readers is just amazing! Thanks 🙂
Thank you! I was bummed that they weren’t adding any extra content to the re-release. But this….this is even better! And the promise of more to come! Be still my heart.
I’m so looking forward to reading more about Nevada and Mad Rogan!
Giggle…poor guy just wanted a date (with a sociopath).
Doing a happy dance for Rogan POVs!!!
I love Mad! He’s so cool. It would be tough choosing between Mad or Curran…. ❤❤
Chris Henderson-Bauer says
Thank you. I’m stuck working today, and this helped.
Touchdown! Thanks so much! ?❤
I feel like I’ve been waiting for this my whole life :))
thank you this was so Nice
Love it, Thank you both
Suzanne Dijns says
Yaay Rogan! Thank you authorlords, you are so good to us!
OMG this was a VERY delightful surprise!!! Thank you ?
I second that!
Anita B says
So, so wonderful. Couldn’t have been better. All of it was fabulous, but especially the explanation of the roll of fabric. That had been needling me for a long time. Thank You.
Ditto, love the game plan and rationale.
riiiight? I had also been wondering about that!
Looking forward to next one. 🙂
Love it. Thank you so much!
So nice of you to share this!
Thank you! This was great.
The authorlords are so good to us!
Yeah, I didn’t like it Rogan was so abusive to Nevada at their first ‘meeting’. It was somewhat mitigated by her getting her own back later.
You’re the best. Thank you!
Ange in Oz says
Thank you, oh wonderful author lords. Thank you.
Really good read!! Thanks for sharing this! Keep em coming. 🙂
yvonne a says
<Great -Thank you
Anyone else want to read the first book again?
I’ve done that twice so far this year. And will do so again before book 2.
And at least one additional time before book 3 also 😉
Am going to have to now. 😉
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Thanks. Now it’s time for another reread.
Now I’m really passed at his cousin for betraying him. I was before, but now knowing she was his favorite, and it doesn’t seem like he gets along with many of his family members and the one he does like betrays him… Grrrr…
I thought the cousin’s duplicity was tragic, but it made for an excellent plot twist.
Yes. Plus, she kind of turned into her parents and grandparents. They didn’t treat their family member (her) in the loving way family members should be treated, and she in turn treated her son, cousin and probably husband in a most unloving way. Wonder if she has thought about having become like her elders?
Yay!!! I love you guys!
And this: “Don’t stalk her, don’t scare her, remember to stroll up, nice and casual. You’re just a pleasant guy whose sees a pretty girl and wants to chat her up”
LOL. As if she’d ever bought it! She had him so figured out ?
I love it! Thank you!
With a giant fruit roll up!
Jean Bailey says
Thank you so much. Really looking forward to the next installment.
Love it! It’s so characteristically Rogan, you can easily visualize it. Can’t wait till the next POV is up!!
On a side note, weren’t there supposed to be some more Curran POV’s? 🙂
Doh! Have to wait for the next scene. Can I have it meow? (as your kitty would say)
MONICA b says
Awesome. Thank you again. I want to beg for the next part, but instead re-downloaded Burn for Me. 🙂
Thank you, Gordon. This was a wonderful surprise when I got home from a hectic weekend. I have missed your POV contributions to the storylines. Again, thanks. I have to switch to AMC and The Walking Dead right now. Have a great week.
What a great end to a really crapy day!! Thank you both so very much
I really don’t like Rogan.
Not every book will work for everyone. This is a character progression series for both hero and heroine, and it may not be your cup of tea.
Lex Keating says
You know you’re doing it right when different people have different reactions to your very individual characters, but nobody can put the book down.
Exactly! I don’t really like Rogan either which is why I’m really looking forward to the next books.
(and now looking really forward to the next POV)
As a female, the male POV excerpts are truly my favorites. They provide a different flavor profile in a “pepper” vs salt sort of way. Thank you Gordon!!
Thank you. What a wonderful surprise. You’re the best.
Alisa Arthur says
Loved it and cannot wait for more of anything y’all write!
I love you love you….i have been imaging reading his pov for years…..
When is next????
Thank you- what an awesome, unexpected surprise! You both are so generous with your writing gifts, your fans, and your time!
Patricia Schlorke says
Whoo-hooo! Thanks for Rogan’s POV. I like the giant fruit roll up name for the mat he was carrying. Nevada gets her own back. 🙂 Worth the burning font for the re-issue.
Yes, I believe I had Ilona and Gordon sign my copy when they were in Dallas but I may have to get the re-issue just so all three have matching fonts.
Love it! Thanks a bazillion <3
What a nice little surprise to find to end the weekend.
Thank you Gordon.
Thank you so much for this! This voice is so typical of Rogan – confidence and arrogance without going too much overboard. Perfect!!!
But I feel like being greedy. I want more! What happens next? What does Rogan feel when Nevada is able to withstand his interrogation? When he meets the Nevada’s family, especially her grandmother, for the first time?
Thanks so much for this! I was really looking forward to the POV in the re-release and now we still get it! Any pics of the re-release cover with flaming font?
Thanks for this scene. I’m liking Rogan much more than Curran than ever…if that makes sense. =)
Such a pity there’ll be only three books.
I dont usually like books with only one pov. I rarely finish them and usually avoid books by that author. I fell in love with Nevada from the beginning. I had to finish the book. Then more of your books.
Will the next 2 books have both povs or just the one?
Ah, how fun! I hadn’t realised, I forgot some of what happened. Seems like a good time for a reread 🙂
Thankyou Gordon & Ilona for this POV. I like Rogan much more now that I understand his POV. Before, because BFM was from Nevada’s POV, Rogan didn’t come across as very likeable. He just seemed to be mistrustful and behave arrogantly towards Nevada. Now I am confident that, by the end of the Rogan points of view, we will understand his reasoning and he will be much more likeable. I like stories in which the characters develop and grow and I look forward to both Nevada and Rogan’s characters developing, along with their relationship, as the stories unfold.
I am eager to read POV part 2. Since he is a prime and very knowledgeable about magic, I hope we get some insight into his ” take” on Nevada’s magic level and capacity.
Susan Ravan says
Thank you very much, such a treat! (I realised on Friday that I was still addicted to Fridays serials, this helps)
ahahahaha this is so funny! Rogan actually thought Nevada’s just some bimbo or smt, hilarious XD
Ooooooh now I’m so looking forward to next part in the basement where Rogan will realise just how mistaken he was in his misconceptions about Nevada. Can’t wait!
Thanx so much for Rogan’s POV! 🙂
K C says
Nice to see this after returning from an out of town trip for a family funeral.
Thank you author lords for the gift.
Reading about Rogan trying to appear harmless is hysteric when you compare it with the moment in Burn for Me where he looks like a serial killer.
Best treat ever. Seriously, I laughed so hard my face hurts.
Thank you so much for the Rogan Pov.
Thank you,,, (still don’t see how on earth you’re going to turn a kidnapper into the hero, but thank you.)
MJ Genualdo says
I wondered about the fabric. Thanks for explaining it. Love this!
Aaaaaaand this turned my day around. Thank you so much.
Side note: fist-pumping because I correctly guessed that Rogan attached a tracker to her car.
*wipes tear* I’ve missed you guys so much. Re-reading just isn’t the same.
Wonderful treat!!! Thank you ??????
Thank you so much for this POV! It was a lovely treat to wake up and find it posted. Thank you thank you!
Loved Rogan’s point of view. What a treat!
Thank you once again for making my day a bit lighter and much happier!
Yay, thank you so much for this! ? Loved it.
Karen the Griffmom says
Dearest Gordon, thank you! Dreary day, the sap isn’t running, and I needed a giggle.
SO HAPPY! Thanks for the Rogan POV. I loved it.
Kathryn K says
Oh! So much fun! Thank you for this.
You’re so good to us. Thank you. You rock. Can’t wait for White Hot…Been waiting a long time, but I know it’s worth the wait!
Ooohhhhhh, This is making me want to re-read the book soooo bad. But no. Must wait till all 3 are out…must. wait.
Amy M says
This was a great way to start a blah Monday! I really miss the male POVs. So happy to get Rogan’s POV. Thanks!
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I love these POVs I wish that you had time to do more of them. I can’t wait for the basement scene.
Hurry up with this book already! I feel like Mad Rogan waiting for the dump trucks to finish driving by! If I had a time machine, I’d be reading this book in my mansion while sipping a latte, while minions rub my feet.
I honestly love you guys so much right now ? You were going to really a break and yet you still give us something to fend off the book blues
Thank you for Rogan’s POV! This was a lot of fun and a much needed distraction. 🙂
Also drooling at the mouth for the next POV. Wheeeew.
What a great snippet. So enjoyable on getting a different perspective about why people do what they do.
I love it, thank you! Can’t wait for the next one.
Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you.
Chris T says
OMG. Thank you, Authorlords, for brightening my day! Have been looking over what I have at the house to read, finding everything insipid, then I see this. Guess it’s time for a re-read of one of your books (actually, a re-re-read). Hope you have a great week!
Fan in California says
Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Looking forward to the next installment!!!!
YAY!! I’m loving this soo hard right now 🙂
Thank you. I really needed this pick-me-up today.
Oh my gosh!! Thanks so much. I loved it!!!
I loved the explanation for the fabric… but more just the whole chain of events. Why Rogan was there. His whole messed up (but, okay, not that far off)* chain of logic that led him to go from zero to “I’ll abduct you and chain you in my basement!” …which may or may not be against his inclinations, but was at least not up to the standards he tried to hold himself to. And the little hints about things like his and Augustine’s friendship, or at least acquaintance.
* Part of me wants to scream “Check your chain of evidence!” at him. Though I’ve gotten so much more anal since I’ve started lab work. (And my lab mates still think I’m a menace. Possibly not for that.)
Thank you. I love to see the male point of view.
Thank you! This was such a treat!
Oh! Thank you, Gordon (and Ilona). What an incredibly nice view into Rogan’s mind, and so funny considering What Happens Next. :-0
This was a wonderful, unexpected surprise. Thank you very much!
I hope you get some time off for a while, now.
Rofl, reading, and rofl. Trying to imagine what goes through Rogan’s mind during the basement scene. Thank you, again.
I cannot wait for White Hot Release! Thank you Gordon for the treat.
The part I literally LOL’ed at:
“What’s this under my arm? Oh, that’s not fireproof high-tech fabric. It’s just a giant fruit roll up, you want some? Don’t worry, I’m harmless.”
Amy J says
Thanks for sharing this with us!!! Can’t wait for Book 2!
Awesome! Happy dancing shall now commence.
Is Rogan having to consciously remind himself of his rules, and civilian versus military situtations in this scene? Or are those thoughts more stream of conscious, well internalized? The way Rogan comes across, it could be either? Thank you.
Gloria Magid says
This was fun, and left me drooling for more. Thanks for the pick-me-up!
Love these POV’s thank you! Can’t wait for more!
Monina Cabanada says
Thank you so much for the POV! Absolutely love reading events from the guy’s perspective. You guys are truly amazing! Eagerly awaiting the next part!
Thank you so much, Authorlords! I totally didn’t get the significance of the fabric before. I have loved the POVs you shared out in the past and Rogan’s did not disappoint. You guys are awesome for sharing this material with us. Also, I intend to check out those dog beds … my cats took to peeing on the last conventional one I bought. My poor Golden was completely baffled and slept on it anyway (ugh). I had to throw it out. And take him for a bath. Maybe if it’s off of the ground the cats will leave his bed alone …
This is amazing! Thanks!
OMG! That was wonderful. Hilarious, too. Thanks so much.
Thank you! I really enjoyed this!
Thank you! I love the POVs!
Thanks! He said she was wearing business clothes when she went in Gustave’s, but I’m thinking jeans aren’t my idea of business clothing. 🙂
Love your POVs Gordon ❤
Thank you xx
Thank you so much! I needed this 🙂
Alex R. says
While waiting for white hot to come out, I’ve re read all of the other Nevada and Rogan stuff. We should have the opportunity to pay a couple of extra bucks and get the ebook version sooner. Just saying. A dollar a week wouldn’t be terrible. And I bet several of us addicted to your books would pay. I’m sure there are all sorts of laws and mores this would break, but whyever not?
Laurie Blanchard says
Am i really one of the first to read this? I Love these two crazy kids. Ive re-read first book 3 times during the millennia since it first came out.
I think at times ive considered they might be my favorite romance couple that you guys of ever written but then I feel like I’m cheating on Kate and Curran, lets not mention this. They have a temper. Please know how happy it made me to read this today it’s been a crappy week and this really brightened it up. I’d walk on broken glass to read an entire book written from Rogan’s pov.
Alex R. says
Maybe walking on broken glass is a bit much. Although you didn’t say “barefoot” …. Hmmmm… Yeah, ok. Walking on broken glass in shoes is doable.
Bring on the glass! BTW, I’ve done it – the trick is to put all your weight gradually on the glass at the same time (similar to walking on coals),that is, flat-footed. Notr: you may still get some minor cuts along the edge of your foot, but the main foot will be fine. In the meantime, as a devoted member of the Book-Devouring Horde, more installments?
HIS FAVOURITE COUSIN. Now I’m just sad. (And beyond happy about the POV thing OTL)
Actually, this is one of the few cases where Rogan has seemed off, somehow. In almost all of his other encounters with potential “civilians” or “non-combatants”, he hasn’t gone all the way to drugging/kidnapping/torture without more evidence. This was rushed, for him. I’m sure there’s an in-character reason, but I’m darned if I can work it out… Except that it established him as a main character, of course. 🙂
I was rereading Burn for me and the part when Troy winced because of Nevada’s driving. I didn’t pay attention until I read Rogan POV and how he said “She was driving like a maniac”.
Nevada’s driving is worthy of a street racer!
It’s funny what you learn what you change POV.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! And now I have to read BFM once again 🙂
Huh, I wondered why had Rogan just the fabric in Arboretum. Fireproof? I wouldn’t guess! And he knew about mortgage even before they had a chance to speak. Poor Nevada, she tried so hard to keep some facts to herself… Harmless dragon, haha… Rogan didn’t like guns directed at him? That explains a lot what happened to Peaches. It was also interesting to read about Pancakes – what Augustine used to be.
I read this post the day it came out and squealed. Eight days later and I am not only excited about White Hot but I am also dying to read part two of the Rogan pov.
vicky pappas-villafane says
please please I am stalking you for the next rogan pov at the basement. I can’t wait for his reaction when she breaks his magic hurry please
I second this comment
Colleen Hodge says
When will You post next part?
Can’t wait !
Alhtough I liked him better befor this bit.
The theory about her being a groupie after he knows about mortage feels a bit far fedged.
Also I’ve noticed some inconsistencies.
For one I think in BFM she had been wearing jeans. There was even a conversation about how she’ve put them on especially for meeting with the mechanic (to send him a mesage that she is not ‘the people’ she’s just working for the people) so…. a mistake ? Unless ofcourse we’ve got very different idea about how business clothes look like.
Another is the fabric in BFM it was silk and here it’s a fire blanket ?
Love the POV