Ride the Fire
After he lost his wife and children to tragedy, Capt. Sean Tanner drowned his pain with alcohol. Now, fresh from rehab, he wants to regain the trust of his team and begin again. The last thing he needs is to have feelings for beautiful firefighter Eve Marshall. But even as they dare to explore... show more
After he lost his wife and children to tragedy, Capt. Sean Tanner drowned his pain with alcohol. Now, fresh from rehab, he wants to regain the trust of his team and begin again. The last thing he needs is to have feelings for beautiful firefighter Eve Marshall. But even as they dare to explore their growing desire, Sean learns that his family may have actually been murdered. And that a shadow from his past has returned to finish off Sean-and anyone he loves.
Publish date: December 7th 2010
Publisher: Signet Book
Pages no: 222
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Firefighters of Station Five (#5)
Maybe I'm burned out on Jo Davis novels. Honest thought? Meh. I hate giving that kind of review to a book because I can imagine how much work goes into writing ... but I've got to tell the truth. Again, this wasn't the worst book ever. There are tons more that are worse than this. It just wasn't my ...
So this one was back on par with what I expect from this series, the last one slipped a little for me. But they've been building up to Sean's story for a while so I was much more attached to the characters, and I definitely cried a few times.It got a little sappy at the end for me, what with the lo...
This book and the previous book #4 in this series Line of Fire were improvements over the first three books in the series, imo. My biggest peeve of the series up through book #3 was that I felt a dearth of fire-fighting to justify these characters being actual fire-fighters. The last two books see...
Yes, finally Sean's story. Yes, he's finally gotten his act together. And yes, finally not a disappointing book.I don't know about you, but I was getting a little fed up with Ms. Davis and this series. I mean, what's there not to like about a bunch of hunky firefighters, a bit of suspense, and a who...