Wow. I bought this book because I really enjoy the work of all three of the authors featured. This was obviously not their best work.
In "Trapped" by Lori Foster, the too stupid to live heroine finally decides to let the too stupid to live hero know that she's in love with him and has been forever. The TSTL hero, of course, realizes that he's in love with her (even though he's never had any romantic feelings about her before). There is no heroic rescue anywhere in this story, and as far as I can tell, no one is trapped anywhere.
In "Buried" by Donna Kauffman, the TSTL heroine disregards the fact that the area near her home is unstable after an earthquake and goes to rescue her dog (Hello!! It's a dog!) from her house which may have crumbled. The hero (who had a crush on the heroine years ago when his brother was dating her and is still in love with her) realizes that she's on her way to try to find her dog, and goes after her. Of course, he gets hurt after rescuing the dog, and the heroine moves in with him to help him while he recovers. While she's living with him, she of course decides that she's in love with him, which wraps this boring little story up.
In "Stranded" by Jill Shalvis, the cold-hearted hero who has no time for love rescues the TSTL heroine from a flood after she finds herself trapped because she was too stupid to go in out of the heavy rain. They stay in the cellar of the hero's beautiful but dilapidated home (which he inherited from his grandparents, and hates) and since they have nothing better to do, they decide to have sex. By the time the storm is over, they've realized that life ain't so bad, the hero loves his house and they love each other.
I think I'll skip the AMERICAN HEROES miniseries from Harlequin Temptation if this is what I have to look forward to.