Forty-Eight Hour Burn by Tonya Ramagos

6 Oct

Tonya Ramagos

Forty-Eight Hour Burn

5/5 Stars 

“Tonya Ramagos has a definite winner on her hands. The sex is beyond erotic, the pacing is perfection, and the characters will burn their tales in that fiery place in your heart! I absolutely recommend Forty-Eight Hour Burn!”

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COMMENT: Which would you rather do for Forty-Eight Hours: Ski or Surf?


Georgia knows what Gavin and Randy expect in return for their touch. She’s primed and willing for the sacrifices to feel the fire these roughened, firefighter cowboys offer. Only one thing prevents her total surrender. When they ignite a burn in her that takes her to the edge of orgasmic insanity, she might change her mind. All it takes is the right woman to have a cowboy bucking to please. Georgia is that woman for Randy, and he’s aching hard to bring on the pleasure. With only forty-eight hours to convince her to stay, he stands to lose a lifetime of crazed heaven. Gavin figures himself a reasonable man. Fueled by desires for Georgia, he’s made it clear the erotic pleasures he plans to show her. In return, he demands total submission. Compromise isn’t an option, especially when he believes she-s in danger from demons associating with him unleash.


I’m so excited and have so many fantastic thoughts about this novel that I’ve had to calm myself down and tell ya’ll the three reasons you should go buy this book!

Reason 1: The Heat Factor

If your palms were sweating from reading this blurb, then get a cold glass of water before reading Tonya Ramagos’ sexiest novel, Forty-Eight Hour Burn. This book is scorching, burn-your-fingertips hot! I’ve read sex scenes many times before, but this novel takes lovemaking, submission, control, desire, and lust to another level! Don’t believe me? Read the first sentence of the book: “Flames licked the night sky with the intimacy of a man’s tongue slipping between a woman’s sodden pussy lips.”

I wasn’t lying when I said this was one searing hot title! You are definitely going to need a copy of Forty-Eight Hour Burn this winter when you need a little something extra to keep you warm at night!

Reason 2: The Passionate Characters

Ramagos perfectly molds three characters driven by desire for one another, starting with our leading lady, Georgia Cooper. Georgia’s daddy always told her to stay away from those coyboy firefighters, but when you look as ruggedly handsome as Gavin Scott or as sensual as Randy Pope, Georgia can’t keep her hands to herself. Ramagos doesn’t waste any time letting us know that Georgia is a woman of passion, a woman who knows what she wants. Here’s another sentence from page one: “What would they do if they arrived to find her pleasuring herself by the glow of the fire?” Yowzers!

Gavin and Randy are southern gentlemen, cowboys through and through, and don’t mind playing the hero as they put out fires in the community. However, they both share a little secret… they both belong to the Service Club, and have been trained in submission by a very special woman. Oh I will let you read about that for yourself. It’s too juicy to give away, but I will say this… when these three characters give in to their desire, the next twenty-four hours will be like nothing you have ever read before!

Reason 3: More than a Lusty Plot

Sure the sexual scenes are amazing and will make your heart skip a beat more than once, but I really loved how Ramagos brought her characters down to earth towards the end of the novel. What is going to happen after the sex? Are the characters in love? Will there be a lasting realtionship?  Will Gavin and Randy’s lifestyle make Georgia an outcast in her community? All of these valid questions are explored, which really gives the plot depth and a realistic quality that is quite hard to find in super erotic novels.

Tonya Ramagos has a definite winner on her hands. The sex is beyond erotic, the pacing is perfection, and the characters will burn their tales in that fiery place in your heart! I absolutely recommend Forty-Eight Hour Burn!


9 Responses to “Forty-Eight Hour Burn by Tonya Ramagos”

  1. Julia Rachel Barrett October 6, 2010 at 10:37 AM #

    Great review! Sounds like an amazing read!

  2. Anaiz Martinez October 6, 2010 at 10:42 AM #

    Nice review, it sounds hot! 😀

  3. Yadira A. October 6, 2010 at 11:12 AM #

    Zee I really like how you write your reviews. You really know how to mix your own personal thoughts while selling major points on the book so that it makes me want to go out and buy it. You give away just enough to make me want to read it right now.

    Which would I rather do ski or surf? Well I would have to say surf because I don’t know how to swim and that’s something I’ve always wanted to learn to do. I definitely get surfers envy when I see them on the beach with their boards.

    • tonya01 October 6, 2010 at 1:01 PM #

      Hi Yadira. I like how Zee does her reviews, too. She writes them differently than any site I’ve seen, drawing the reader into the review as much as what the book is about.

      Your answer to the question is the same as mine. I can’t swim either, so I had to go for skiing. Glad to know I’m not alone!


  4. Maddy October 6, 2010 at 1:13 PM #

    I was getting all steamy reading your review!!! As for what I would rather do, ski or surf…I’ll say “read this book” instead 😉

    • tonya01 October 7, 2010 at 7:41 AM #

      Hmm, I like that answer, Maddy. 🙂

  5. Krystal/Village October 11, 2010 at 4:16 PM #

    as always – it’s a great review!


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