Flameby Rachael Herron
Samantha Rowe's never scared of anything, even when she should be. Whether it's jumping out of an airplane in the Andes or opening a martial arts classroom in tiny Darling Bay, helping women protect themselves from attack, she's fearless in
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From international bestseller Rachael Herron, comes another Darling Bay firefighter read too delightful to put down:
Samantha Rowe's never scared of anything, even when she should be. Whether it's jumping out of an airplane in the Andes or opening a martial arts classroom in tiny Darling Bay, helping women protect themselves from attack, she's fearless in everything. Hank Coffee is more used to putting on a fire helmet than a padded one, but when Samantha needs help with her new business, he's willing to be kicked and hit in the name of helping someone stay safe. Safety's his thing, after all, and he's good at protocol--dotting his i's and crossing all the t's. When it comes to Samantha, though, Hank is losing his heart and not sure how to get it back.
This heartwarming, hilarious, and red-hot contemporary romance will leave you wishing for a marina view (and maybe a hot fireman) of your very own.
"Relationships are at the heart of women's fiction, and Herron could teach a master class on creating them." Chicklit Central
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Meet the Author
Rachael Herron is the bestselling author of the novels The Ones Who Matter Most, Splinters of Light, and Pack Up the Moon (Penguin), the five-book Cypress Hollow series, and the memoir, A Life in Stitches (Chronicle). She received her MFA in writing from Mills College, Oakland. She teaches writing extension workshops at both UC Berkeley and Stanford and is a proud member of the NaNoWriMo Writer’s Board. She’s a New Zealand citizen as well as an American.
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The series is great
The formatting is off. All sentances are cut off on the right hand margain. No amount of changing the font or margin settings fixes it. Save your money unless you want to read half the story.