This novella introduced the hot men of a Florida Fire and Marine Rescue Station, who create their own brand of heat, proving hunks on Harleys aren’t just for Christmas Toy Rides or for zooming up and down Gulf Boulevard, but for every breath we take.
There’s only one thing on Becca Sinclair’s Christmas list this holiday season – her very own column in the local paper. And if she can build a huge blog following, her wish just might come true.
Enter Dan ‘Wolf’ Wolford, aka the man-whore next door, and the new star of Becca’s popular, post-divorce blog about men. A Navy SEAL turned commander of the Florida Marine Rescue Unit, Wolf’s the very definition of the word alpha – and with an endless rotation of women on his doorstep, this hunk on a Harley has Becca and her female followers all hot and bothered!
All Becca wants for Christmas is her own newspaper column, right? But when she finds herself the target of Wolf’s irresistible attentions, her snarky comebacks become less and less convincing and, suddenly, she’s not so sure anymore…
The first novel, How to Seduce a Fireman, was Cassie and Quinn’s story, available in ebook and paperback. Cassie has crushed on Quinn for three years, while he’s treated her like a little sister. She’s twenty-one now and determined to show him she’s all woman. Quinn, who’s been running from his background, doesn’t feel he’s good enough for her so he quits his job at the station and packs up to leave town. Cassie’s determined to keep him right where she wants him–with her.
Book two For the Love of a Fireman is Molly and Barclay’s story. On her parents’ honeymoon, her parents traveled to a small, quant seaside community south of Clearwater–Indian Rocks Beach. Every year thereafter, they’ve returned to stay in the same colorful cabin facing the Gulf of Mexico. This year, things are different. The cabins are closed for renovations. Molly’s mother is dead and her father is in the early stages of dementia. Not only has he lost her purse, his wallet and her laptop at the airport, but somewhere, somehow has misplaced the urn containing her mother’s ashes.
Barclay has inherited the grouping of colorful beach cabins and is slowly modernizing them on his days off from the station. Although life has handed him some painful experiences, too, he can’t bear to pass by a stray who needs help. That’s why he has three dogs. And, although he’s fighting his attraction to Molly (kinda), he’s about to have more than he can handle–like Molly’s dead ex-fiancé on his beach.
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Book three, Pin-up Fireman, is a love triangle, of sorts. Boyd is a single dad, raising his asthmatic son on his own and living a monk-like existence since he was served with custody papers. Odd since nearly every time Matt has an asthmatic attack, it turns into pneumonia and not once has his mother come to visit him in the hospital. Graci-Ella is a part-time photographer who’s been assigned the task of putting together a calendar about the heroes of Station 32.
Boyd’s not having any of it. What if his ex-wife’s lawyer sees one and uses it to show he’s not a fit role model for his son. Yet, there is a strong attraction between Graci-Ella and Boyd until he finds out she’s a lawyer.
Meanwhile, Matt has fallen in love with the protective, loving Graci-Ella. He’s determined to have her for a new Mommy. And he knows how to wrap six-foot-eight of muscled brawn around his little finger.
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