How to Seduce a Fireman (Wild Heat, Book 2)

How to Seduce a Fireman (Wild Heat, Book 2)

by Vonnie Davis

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The heat is on…

Book 1 in the 'Wild Heat' series — the hottest new fireman trilogy of the fall!

Cassie Wolford has crushed on fireman Quinn Gallagher ever since he moved to Clearwater three years ago. There's just one problem: he's always made it clear dating is out of the question. But once a Wolford sets their sights on someone, that person doesn't stand a chance! Cassie decides it's time for Quinn to get a dose of his own medicine… and sets out to show him what he's missing!

Quinn knows only too well what Cassie's up to but he can't give her what she wants. He isn't good for anyone, much less someone as sweet as his angel. Fighting her off hurts like hell, but giving her false hope of a happy ever after would be damn cruel. That's why he has to leave Clearwater.

Unfortunately, someone from his past has different ideas and when Cassie's life is threatened this former CIA operative is staying put, prepared to crawl through hell and back to keep her safe. And it looks like he might just have to.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780007594511
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/02/2014
Series: Wild Heat , #2
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 216,251
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

For years I’ve been a romance junkie, perhaps that’s why I adore writing about love and passion. I’d classify myself as a late bloomer. I started college in my late forties, met the love of my life in my mid-fifties and published my first book in my early sixties. My husband and I live in Southern Virginia. We enjoy spoiling the grandchildren and traveling. My deepest desire is to write saucy, often humorous romances you’ll cherish long after you’ve turned off the e-reader.

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How to Seduce a Fireman (Wild Heat, Book 2) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
christalvp More than 1 year ago
This was an enjoyable and entertaining book. The two main characters, Cassie and Quinn, had known each other for a few years. Quinn thought Cassie was off limits because she was several years younger than him, but she was out to prove him wrong. Quinn has some baggage in his past that adds to the things they have to overcome. The book kept my interest, and I enjoyed watching the relationship develop between these two.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not good at writing reviews so I'm just gonna say I loved this book, except for the ending it left me hanging. Can't wait to read the next one
PrincessFiona More than 1 year ago
I picked this from Netgalley to try something a little different from my usual category fare. The story is a very simple friends to lovers trope with a young heroine just turned twenty-one and the hero seven years older. I remember the age difference because he seemed kind of obsessed by it. My DH is nearly eight years older than me and I was not quite twenty-one when we married so I was a little, what is the big deal here. Anyway...Cassie has been obsessed, sorry, in love with Quinn for three years ever since she first met him at her 18th birthday party. But they've only been friends, with him treating her as the little sister of his fire station mates. Apparently they've been jogging together and generally being good buddies for those three years. But having turned twenty-one, Cassie has decided it's time Quinn took notice of her as a woman. In doing so, she scares Quinn off and his decision to leave triggers a whole heap of things including some drama from his history in the DEA (some kind of US secret service stuff with danger and guns and villains). I don't think this was meant to be erotica but the language and smexy pushed it in that direction. I really don't see why we have to have the C word but it became an issue so we get a smattering of it. I was a little confused by the already coupled siblings in the book. I thought perhaps this was a third in a series but it is the first. The secret intrigue stuff didn't get resolved and ended quite suddenly so I'm assuming it will continue in the further books of the series. Overall the story was quite engaging. Innocent but feisty heroine with no inhibitions but a secret flaw and a wounded hero with some PTSD issues. The style was different from what I was used to. There seemed to be a southern cultural thing happening with the way they spoke and the family bond was very strong.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Much more complicated than the first book in this series. Cassie had very deep psychological problems resulting from the death of her parents. Quinn suffered from PTSD. Woven throughout is a strong love story and lots of mystery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book but it had no ending. Im guessing it continues in the next book, but that is not how the first one was. This is the second one in the series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Even though it says this is the first book in the series, there was a sense there should have been other stories of the couples and their history already in play. The ending didn't have enough closure for me, so maybe it will continue in the next book of the series? Okay read, but I don't even think I will ever re-read this story.