MacAllister has returned home to Clifton to heal after a
horrible accident threatens to end her smoke jumping
career. Her luck doesnít seem to have improved when, on the
way to her new job, she gets in a terrible car wreck. But
fate can make even bad situations turn around when it turns
out that one of the firefighters at the scene is Jack
Dillon. Autumn can hardly believe the devastatingly
handsome fireman is the same quiet boy she used to tutor in
Jack has never
forgotten his teenage crush on Autumn. In fact, his
fantasies have only gotten more detailed over the years.
And when itís clear Autumn returns his attraction, the heat
between them just gets hotter. But Jackís chances at
winning Autumnís heart for good may be nil if a serial
arsonist and old enemies have their way.
Combustion is as
explosively hot as the title suggests. The actionís hot,
the love scenes hotter, and the tragedy both Autumn and Jack
have to deal with very real. Fire has taken loved ones from
both protagonists in the past. Each has seen its
destructive power and the evilness of those who use fire to
harm and has chosen to battle the blazes at the risk of
their own lives. How can you not love characters who are
heroic, strong, and modest? I really liked both Autumn and
Jack and because of this, I was captivated by
Combustion, wanting to see them get their happily
ever after with one another.
Denise A. Agnew
skillfully blends danger, action, and romance to create an
engaging, satisfying tale. I thoroughly enjoyed
Combustion and look forward to reading more of Ms.