Line of Fire (Firefighters of Station Five Series #4)

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To his fellow firemen, Tommy Skyler has it all. But the golden boy of Station Five hides a private pain. He was once a star quarterback until tragedy derailed his dream. Since then, he's struggled with his choices-including his decision to become a firefighter. His one ray of light shines in beautiful nurse Shea Ford. When a dangerous rescue lands Tommy in the ER, what better opportunity to win her over? But when a conspiracy culminates in deadly arson, Tommy realizes that a ruthless enemy is closing in, ...

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Overview

To his fellow firemen, Tommy Skyler has it all. But the golden boy of Station Five hides a private pain. He was once a star quarterback until tragedy derailed his dream. Since then, he's struggled with his choices-including his decision to become a firefighter. His one ray of light shines in beautiful nurse Shea Ford. When a dangerous rescue lands Tommy in the ER, what better opportunity to win her over? But when a conspiracy culminates in deadly arson, Tommy realizes that a ruthless enemy is closing in, threatening to destroy the couple's love- and their lives.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451229786
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/4/2010
  • Series: Firefighters of Station Five Series , #4
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 465,326
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.60 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Jo Davis

Jo Davis has a Master of Education degree and spent sixteen years in the public school system before becoming a writer full time.

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  • Posted August 1, 2010

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    Smoking Hot

    Jo Davis pens another scorcher in Line Of Fire. Its another compelling story of the men and woman of Station Five Firefighters.

    Tommy Skylar's life changed dramatically when his brother Donny was killed in the war. Tommy lost all interest in his possible NFL career and turned his focus to being a top notch fireman. He has struggled with his life choices and even now isn't sure he is in the right place for him. When Tommy becomes hurt on the job he lands at his favorite nurses ER table. Shea Ford hasn't shown much interest in Tommy but he is bound and determined to change her mind.

    Nurse Shea Ford was badly hurt in her past and his gun shy around strong athletic men. Tommy sets all of her senses on edge and she fights her attraction to him. But getting to know him she realizes he is nothing like the man from her past. Their relationship grows and becomes deeper then either could have imagined.

    Nevertheless there is an enemy out there that will stop at nothing to tear these newly lovers apart. When Tommy is caught in the middle can their love overcome this obstacle?

    Line Of Fire is explosive, you feel like you are right there on the front lines fight the fires with these brave men and woman. Tommy and Shea's relationship develops at a beautiful pace. Their relationship with each other and their friends at depth and another layer to a wonderful book. I am so looking forward to the Captains book from Fire Station Five.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 11, 2010

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    Line of Fire was HOT HOT HOT

    WOW! What can I say other than HOT! This book was fantastic! I love this series. This book was Tommy's story and it did not disappoint! Tommy has had a thing for Shea (a nurse) for awhiile, but she does not give into her feelings till Tommy is brought in the OR injured ini the line of duty. Her resistances to him melts and she agrees to staRt dating her. Tommy is sweet and patient with her as you know she has some kind of past that hurt her. Their romance was hot and not disappointing at all! The story takes many twist and turns. All Good! Tommy finds a new line of work still working within the "fireman's world" and he and Shea agree to start a life.
    The next book is Sean's and I can not wait for it! Line of Fire ends with a mysterious call that you don't know who is made to until I read the first chapter of Ride the Fire (Sean's Story) and it is Sean who receives the call! I can not wait for the next book! WOW!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 22, 2013

    Another great book in the series

    Have really enjoyed the whole series- this one is no exception!!!

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  • Posted November 8, 2012

    another great book in the series. I just love these guys from S

    another great book in the series. I just love these guys from Station 5! what will I read when the stories are over! LOL Tommy is a hottie. get the series!!

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  • Posted April 20, 2012

    Romantic Suspense. Sexy Firefighters? Yes please :)

    With their five year age difference, Tommy at age 23 and Shea at 28, she feels he is too young and immature, though she can't deny she is attracted to him. Keeping him at a distance, Shea's determined not to give in to her feelings, but Tommy has other plans. He's unwilling to see this woman walk out of his life without having tried first. Kudos to him for not relenting.

    Every rescue mission the firefighters faced became all too nerve-wracking, especially when it seemed Tommy kept landing himself in the ER and in the middle of a conspiracy that would cause him to lose way more than he'd ever expect. Brutally wounded and emotionally scarred, Tommy had to face trying to redefine not only his career choice, but himself. Which I thought was a good balance, it makes these characters much too real.

    Absolutely loved it! I am sad to say, that after this book, it's Sean's story and then no more of Sugarland's firefighters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2012

    GREAT Series

    If you get the chance read all of Jo Davis's Firefighters of Station Five Series!!

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  • Posted April 14, 2012

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    THIS IS A MUST READ ! ! !

    Jo Davis has done is again! Firefighters of Station Five Series is fantastic! This book is about Tommy and Shea and everything they have to overcome; but love is a very powerful thing. You will love this book along with the complete series. Enjoy ! ! !

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2012

    Great read

    This book series is great. Easy read and easy to keep up. Love the mystery suspence with the romance.

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  • Posted January 18, 2011

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    Very Good read, must check out!!

    I thought that this would have to be my favorite of the series. I liked the plot and the drama and romance that was in the book.

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  • Posted September 25, 2010

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    You must read this book and the others

    This series is so good. I really liked this book..Tommy's book. It was so sweet and drew me right in. I like the way Jo Davis writes...I can't wait for the next one!

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  • Posted June 7, 2010

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    4th in the series

    I like it but some of the first books in the series were much better. But I like Jo Davis' writing style.

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  • Posted May 19, 2010

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    Read the next smokin hot adventure with Station Five's Firefighters

    Tommy Skyler might be the youngest at Station Five but he's far from a kid, he can take the ribbing from his teammates but it really stings coming from the woman he can't get out of his mind. Shea Ford knows all about heartache and betrayal and she's not about to let too handsome, too built and too young Tommy Skyler under her skin, too bad he's already there. Now not only do they have to deal with the attraction between them but there's something wrong going on with all the recent fires that Station Five has been sent out on, so they have to hope they live long enough to be able to deal with each other.
    Jo Davis brings us another in her Station Five firefighters series with her larger than life heros the firefighters themselves. She's always got a lot of drama going on and not just in the romance. Her plots are full of theatrics, excitement and creepy villains. Her dialogue is rough and what you'd expect spewing out of the mouths of sweaty, filthy, smoky men and women fighting fires and rescuing victims and yet respectful where it needs to be. Her characters all have dramas of their own going on whether it be good or bad and we re-visit the goings on of all the members of Station Five as we learn the fate of our star characters Tommy and Shea. And speaking of Tommy and Shea they are well balanced and great characters for a hero and heroine and as the romance develops you feel their connection as you cheer them on and hope they get through all their hurdles. The love scenes are very physical and visceral and don't leave much to the imagination and yet there's an innocence to them as well. It's not e-rom but some contents could be objectionable for younger readers.
    Line of Fire is the is the 4th in Jo Davis's Firefighters of Station Five Series. It could be read as a stand-a-lone but to get all the intricacies and nuances my recommendation would be to read the series in order.

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  • Posted May 14, 2010

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    Burn Me Up!

    Wow! Jo Davis' Firefighters of Station Five are sizzling. I couldn't put this book down. Steamy, invigorating... it had me on the edge of my seat!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2010

    another great read

    i liked the first 3 books but this one was the best one of the four ..
    cant wait to the next one and i hope soon there will be one about shea brother ..

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  • Posted April 26, 2010

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    he latest Firefighters of Station Five romantic suspense is loaded with plenty of action

    When his brother a marine died in combat, University of Alabama All American quarterback Tommy Skyler quit playing football though he had a promising pro career. Instead as homage to his late sibling he decided to become a first responder so he joined the fire department. He is assigned to work at Station Five.

    Tommy is attracted to nurse Shea Ford, an older woman who rejects his forward pass attempts as she feels he is too young for her. When he is injured during a high story scaffolding rescue mission, they meet up at the hospital. She shocks him when she agrees to go out with him. She enjoys her time with Tommy and him with her. However, after suffering another on the job injury at a warehouse fire caused by an arsonist, Tommy ends their relationship upsetting Shea who has fallen in love with the younger firefighter. Depressed as his second career firefighting appears over but also missing the woman he loves, Tommy begins to believe someone wants to end his relationship with Shea and collateral deaths are acceptable

    The latest Firefighters of Station Five (see Under Fire and Hidden Fire) romantic suspense is loaded with plenty of action as the heroic first responders fight fires, investigate arson, and mount rescues. The return of recurring firefighters and their loved ones add to the sense of danger as each risk their lives. The lead couple is a likable pairing, but the age issue is never delved into beyond Shea's rationale not to date Tommy. Still, fans of the Station Five saga will enjoy the exciting Line of Fire.

    Harriet Klausner

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