Fighting the Flames (Firefighter Romance Series) (Volume 1)

Three years ago, Jessie Taylor had the best summer of her life after running from her cheating boyfriend and taking time for herself. She’d escaped to her family’s beach house in Cape Cod to lick her wounds and heal, vowing to never open herself up like that again. Never trust anyone but herself. Then she met Ryan James, the sexy firefighter next door who set her on fire with just a touch. They melted together, soothed each other’s hurts. She felt too much. It scared her. She ran. Now, Jessie’s still alone and her entire life has gone up in flames. It’s a miracle she’s even alive. Ryan saved her… she couldn’t believe it was him. She didn’t realize he lived so close. Fate can be kind or cruel. It can give a gift and then take it away. Jessie had tried to run from fate her entire life. There would be no running from it this time.

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3 Comments

  1. I was thoroughly surprised at just how good this book was! I like the way this author writes, and I really loved this book. That in itself, is unusual for me where short stories are involved. I think it’s mainly because…. almost every single one I’ve read so far has been a case of ‘Wham Bam, Thank You Ma’am’ kind of romance, with practically no story line to it what-so-ever. Everything always seems to move so fast. There’s really not depth to the characters involved, and most of them are just filled with nothing but page after page of meaningless…

  2. Hot hot hot! I became a fan of Leslie Johnson with her Ambassador’s Wife series, but wasn’t sure how I’d like the firefighter angle. I was more than pleased with this one– pleased at how written it is, the character development and the smoking hot connection between the main characters. 

  3. could have been a good book I got a little more then half way through this book and then just couldn’t do it anymore. I’m not a grammar nazi but there were so many mistakes that I couldn’t help but notice them. First few chapters were good and I was hooked but by the middle several stories changed and I started to question what I read. Lost interest and just had to stop reading. Not worth it even if it was free.

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