A COWBOY FIREFIGHTER FOR CHRISTMAS BY KIM REDFORD
Release Date: October 6, 2015
Book #1 in Smokin' Hot Cowboys
Warm up this Christmas with a sexy cowboy firefighter who knows how to ignite flames as well as put them out...
He's hotter than a wildfire
Trey Duval is a rancher, proud as can be of his Wildcat Ranch. He's also the top volunteer firefighter of Wildcat Bluff, Texas, the town that pulls out all the stops for its Christmas festivities.
City girl Misty Reynolds comes to Wildcat Bluff just in time to help Trey put out a suspicious fire, leading him to dub her his "Christmas angel." Unfortunately, Misty's past has left her with terrible memories of fire, and of Christmastime.
As the two are thrown together again and again, Trey finds himself wanting Misty more and more, and Misty feels stronger and braver when Trey is around. Though their trust grows slowly, their passion for each other is burning hot...
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REVIEW: A COWBOY FIREFIGHTER FOR CHRISTMAS BY KIM REDFORD
A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas by Kim Redford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Don't stand too close to the flames or you will feel the heat. Kim Redford has written a story that is quite intense. Fire plays a central role in this tempting read. An arson investigator and a firefighter are working together to solve a dangerous mystery. Working through personal demons, learning to trust each other and fighting an unexpected attraction. So far so good. Add in serious circumstances, constant twist and great storytelling and you can't miss.
My interest in books has taken me in many different directions and introduced me to a number of characters, but Misty was a force onto herself. Having endured so much in her life and still managing to soldier on was a great credit to the character and the author. A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas is whole new type of holiday read. A little mystery and a lot of heat.
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