Hot for Fireman
Bachelor Firemen Book 2
Katie Dane knows better than to mix business and pleasure, but her new bartender, Ryan Blake, is simply irresistible... and besides, she doesn't plan on working there much longer. That's if things go according to plan. But they never do, do they?
Ryan, the sexy heartbreaker of Station 1, is determined to rejoin the force. Tending bar in the meantime seems like the perfect idea, especially when it means he can spend his nights working next to his sultry new boss... if only the bar didn't keep catching fire.
Throw in a grizzled career criminal, a luscious-bodied barfly, a Bachelor Fireman bachelorette party, a flash-fire romance, and a million-dollar money pot, and suddenly playing with fire never seemed so much like falling in love.
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BUY THE PAPERBACK OR eBOOK:
"Bernard thrills again with her fast-talking women and smooth-talking men. The second in her Bachelor Firemen series is a fast-paced, laugh-a-minute ride that will have readers turning the pages at lightning speed. With a series of fires pushing the characters together and a cast of characters that should be headed to the big screen, this is a great read."
—RT Book Reviews—4 1/2 Stars, Top Pick!
"I will say it again. Jennifer Bernard is brilliant, naughty and has imagination with this series."
—Night Owl Reviews—5 Stars, Top Pick (read the full review)
"Packed with charismatic characters, including firemen who are just as honorable as they are gorgeous, laugh-out-loud humor, passion that will steam up the pages, a potential million dollar pay-off and a forever after love, this fast-paced story is one you will not want to miss!"
—Romance Junkies—5 Ribbons (read the full review)
"Characters with this much personality are so much fun to read and way too easy to love. ... Ms. Bernard has a gift for delivering characters that are not only sexy to the core. They are also so adorable readers will not be able to get enough of them."
—Coffee Time (read the full review)
Avon, Paperback (May 2012), ISBN-13: 978-0062088970