Pretty boy Tommy Skyler's down home manners and irresistible charm hide a hidden pain. He is one of the most attractive men from Station 5, but he doesn't let it go to his head because Tommy wants to make a difference and he isn't sure being a firefighter is what he wants to do for the rest of his life. The woman of his dreams often refuses to give him the time of day, however, things change in an instant when a work related accident puts him in the hospital and under the care of the one woman he wants but can't have - Shea Ford.
Shea is a nurse. She protects her heart by allowing no one close - not even the man she desires and craves all the time - Tommy Skyler. When an accident leaves Tommy a changed man, Shea no longer is able to pretend she feels nothing. And so she takes a chance on her firefighter, and in his arms the world and all her worries seem to go away.
Just as Shea and Tommy fall in love, an unknown presence has Tommy in his sights. With just each other to rely on Tommy and Shea's love has to be enough to keep them alive.
Grab a fan and settle in for one heck of a smoking hot read. Tommy, while young, is mature and knows what he wants. He is sexy, yet grounded and for me, that made him all the more attractive. Shea took me a bit longer to like. I think it was her indecisiveness concerning Tommy. I wanted to yell at her more than once to hurry and take a chance on this loveable man or I would. Fiery hot love scenes and a look inside the twisted mind of a killer makes Line of Fire stand out. Add in the behind the scenes look at the other characters and I could read this book over and over!
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