The Fireman and the Cop
Rescuing a cop from a burning precinct is in Max’s job description; falling in love was never part of the deal. Max Harrison moved from the city to take up a role as assistant to the mayor, while also a volunteer firefighter. When he meets Finn Ryan in Ellery, he falls in lust that burns as hot... show more
Rescuing a cop from a burning precinct is in Max’s job description; falling in love was never part of the deal.
Max Harrison moved from the city to take up a role as assistant to the mayor, while also a volunteer firefighter. When he meets Finn Ryan in Ellery, he falls in lust that burns as hot as the fires an arsonist is setting in town.
Finn Ryan is a cop, and somehow he’s attracted trouble. Going back into a fire to rescue the town drunk is just the start. Now he has to rely on the man he’s falling for to make sure it doesn’t end with him dying.
Publish date: 2013-02-11
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
Pages no: 78
Edition language: English
Series: Ellery Mountain (#1)
The Fireman and The Cop is the first book in the Ellery Mountain series by R.J. Scott. In this first story, we meet up with Max, who has just moved from the city, and is working for the mayor as well as being a volunteer firefighter. Within a day of his arrival, he is rescuing a cop from a burning p...
I enjoyed this little story. This was pretty much an insta-love story. But it really needed some editing. It caused some stumbling in my reading and pulled me out of the story often.
2.5 to 3 starsThe book seemed to take on too much for such a short story and was unable to focus enough on any one aspect. While I liked the characters, I wasn't invested in the insta-love between the two MC's. I could understand the lust, but they didn't spend enough time together for me to actua...
It should have been better. And another thing, even if I wanted to continue this series to see if it gets better I can't because it's mighty expensive in comparison to other better written series. Alas...
This book is so weird. First, it reads like a rough first draft, with all the awkward sentence constructions, the typos, and grammar/syntax mistakes. Second, it uses British English spelling while it is set in Ellery Mountain, Tennessee. Third, it seems like it aspires to be something between a stan...