Logan Cain is a Wildland firefighter.
Risking his life to put out forest fires during the roughest
and toughest conditions has honed his skills as a warrior
and a fireman. Getting suspended as a result of an
anonymous call placing him at the scene of a deliberately
started fire makes him furious. He has no choice but to
follow the fire investigator’s edict because to not do so
would put the man Logan suspects of arson in danger. The
fact that the woman, Maya Jackson, suspending him is the
same woman he had a hot and heavy sexual interlude with six
months ago doesn’t make him feel any better. Logan will
find out exactly why he is being set up and put a stop to
it. He has no idea the means the true arsonist will resort
to in order to get Logan put away – forever.
Maya Jackson is in emotional turmoil.
Her beloved brother, Tony, was killed in a fire that was
deliberately set and she vows that his death will not be in
vain. The fact that evidence points to Logan Cain, the man
who, even after six months she can’t forget, weighs heavily
on her. She has a job to do and falling in love with a
suspected killer isn’t one of them. It’s a good thing her
heart refuses to listen.
My heart ached for Maya’s pain at
losing her brother and I can’t fault her for wanting to
forget, if just for a moment. I felt, however, that Maya’s
use of Logan in a spur of the moment encounter shaped her.
Logan, on the other hand was easier to figure out. He is
loyal and protective. He is sexy and steadfast. To me, he
Wild Heat scorches the ink off the pages of
this book. Logan and Maya’s love story isn’t easy, but their
love is real. Suspenseful, smoldering hot, and simply
fabulous, Wild Heat is a stunning first
installment with the second book, Hot as Sin, set to
release in December. Don’t miss Wild Heat –
but be warned – you might need a fire extinguisher to cool
yourself off while reading this brand new romantic and