Inferno of Love: A Western Fireman Romance Novel
Inferno of Love: A Western Fireman Romance Novel

Inferno of Love: A Western Fireman Romance Novel

by Erin Wright

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Overview

A man of integrity...with a secret desire
Moose Garrett just wants to do the right thing. Fulfill his duty. Honor his parents. Fix his neighbors' tractors. Ignore the girl he needs to forget.
Everyone in Sawyer expects Moose to woo and wed the town beauty queen – not Georgia Rowland. Hell, Moose's parents have all but signed a marriage contract with the revered patriarch of another wealthy Sawyer family.
So yeah, it's true that Georgia's been tempting him ever since he hit puberty and discovered the allure of the opposite gender, but that doesn't mean he's actually going to give into the temptation.
Georgia is strictly off limits.
Totally.
But matters of the heart are about as predictable as a wildfire – a wildfire that comes straight out of nowhere...and changes everything.

A woman who's all business...with a secret crush
Georgia has spent a lot of years – roughly 26 of them or so – pretending Moose Garrett wasn't the finest man in Sawyer. She pushes pesky thoughts of him clear out of her mind. She never pays a bit of attention to his powerful build, or how his blue jeans show off his lean and muscular body. And for the record, she barely even notices the way his slow, sultry smile makes her knees wobbly.
Because that hardly ever happens.
As the youngest branch manager of the Goldfork Credit Union, and the first female to hold that position, she's too busy for any of that nonsense. Besides, everyone knows Moose is bound to marry Sawyer's reigning beauty. Georgia is sure he'd never give a moment's notice to...well, to someone like her.
But when Miss No Nonsense sets out on a hike in the foothills of Long Valley and gets trapped amidst the flames of a wildfire, the only man she's ever wanted swoops in to save her.
So yeah, Moose is the last man she should dream about.
But he's the one man who will walk through danger and smoke and fire.

Just to find her...

Inferno of Love is the second novel in the Firefighters of Long Valley series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158608643
Publisher: Wright's Romance Reads
Publication date: 04/10/2018
Series: Firefighters of Long Valley Series , #2
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,036
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling author Erin Wright has worked every job under the sun, including library director, barista, teacher, website designer, and ranch hand helping brand cattle, before settling into the career she’s always dreamed about: Author.
She still loves coffee, doesn’t love the smell of cow flesh burning, and has embarked on the adventure of a lifetime, traveling the country full-time in an RV. (No one has died yet in the confined 250-square-foot space – which she considers a real win – but let’s be real, next week isn’t looking so good…)
Find her updates on ErinWright.net, where you can sign up for her newsletter along with the requisite pictures of Jasmine the Writing Cat, her kitty cat muse and snuggle buddy extraordinaire.

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Inferno of Love: A Western Fireman Romance Novel 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Ruza65 More than 1 year ago
2.5* I've read all of the Long Valley books by Erin Wright, and enjoyed them all. This one was a struggle for me. The male character Deere a/k/a Moose was spineless boy not a man. I can sort of understand why he was, but I really didn't like him. Now the leading lady Georgia … is strong, capable, self sufficient and a very smart lady. I think she needed a stronger man to complement her, not a man who is weak. I understand that opposites attract, but still can't see these two as a couple. I volunteered to review an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Aquamarine1951 More than 1 year ago
“Inferno of Love” is the second novel in Erin’s new Firefighters of Long Valley series. It is a wonderful love story that I really enjoyed reading. I have read a number of Erin’s books and I absolutely love her writing. Her storylines are well thought out and her characters Moose (Deere) and Georgia have such great chemistry and are well developed. The story held my interest from the first chapter to the last. How do you deal with the fact that the parents of the two richest families in Sawyer expect their children (Moose and Tennessee) to marry when these children now adults do not love each other? That was the basis of the plot which is romantic, emotional, confrontational and suspenseful. Loved Sparky and how she affected Troy. Who is Sparky and how did Moose and Tennessee address their parent’s dictates and how does Georgia fit into the picture? This was an awesome read and you will have to read this story to find out those answers because I don’t give spoilers. You won’t be disappointed. I highly recommend this story and look forward to reading the next book in the series. I was given an Advanced Readers Copy for my honest review. It was a pleasure to read and review this story.
Kumotteiru More than 1 year ago
Moose had been betrothed to Tennessee almost since birth, despite this being the 21st century. Both knew what was expected of them and did not really fight the situation. But one day Moose rescues Georgia from a wild fire and all his surpressed feelings for her come to the surface. Little by little his rebellion against his domineering father starts. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. An interesting story about another aspect of the little town of Sawyer. The more I read about its inhabitants in their different series, the more I enjoy that small town and its close knit community.
aherman More than 1 year ago
Wright brings the heat with the second in the Firefighters of Long Valley spin off series. The characters are well written and dynamic with a realistic quality. Set in small town Idaho, the plot is interesting and unexpected. I continue to enjoy this series. The reoccurring characters build a strong series while the individual books can easily be read as standalone novels. Wright continues to develop her talent and each book shows her hard work. I highly recommend this book to fans of the contemporary/small town romance genre. I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this novel.
katyjane More than 1 year ago
Inferno of Love: Loved the hot firemen! A wonderful love story and fantastic characters! I think it's great that Erin Wright chose to have the story start where Moose is supposed to marry Tennessee because that's what the parents want but it's great that the attraction isn't there because it's not what they want in a significant other. I loved the warmest to the story and how it was told! It was very special and I loved it! The dialog was fantastic. I just wanted the story to keep on going it was so good! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Keryth1968 More than 1 year ago
My New Favorite Erin Wright Book I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced reader copy of this book, Inferno Of Love by Erin Wright. Getting a new Erin Wright book is like having Christmas and my birthday together on the same day! And this one is my new all time favorite by her!! It definitely is NOT all sunshine and roses. There are a few things I want to slap someone ( NOT Erin) over but it adds to the enjoyment of the story. Erin’s characters are NOT one dimensional! They come to life on the pages of her books and keep you glued to the very end. This is book 2 of Erin’s Firefighters Of Long Valley series and while you CAN read them in any order you choose, I personally recommend reading in the order they are written. I love that they have characters from previous books in each of the new ones. I love reading more about characters I have come to love! Moose (Deere) and Tennessee have been promised to one another practically since birth by their fathers and being the obedient “children” that they are, they do not question it even though they both are NOT happy about it. It takes Tennesse’s cousin, Georgia and a life threatening situation to make Moose have serious doubts about his future. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Keryth1968 More than 1 year ago
My New Favorite Erin Wright Book I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced reader copy of this book, Inferno Of Love by Erin Wright. Getting a new Erin Wright book is like having Christmas and my birthday together on the same day! And this one is my new all time favorite by her!! It definitely is NOT all sunshine and roses. There are a few things I want to slap someone ( NOT Erin) over but it adds to the enjoyment of the story. Erin’s characters are NOT one dimensional! They come to life on the pages of her books and keep you glued to the very end. This is book 2 of Erin’s Firefighters Of Long Valley series and while you CAN read them in any order you choose, I personally recommend reading in the order they are written. I love that they have characters from previous books in each of the new ones. I love reading more about characters I have come to love! Moose (Deere) and Tennessee have been promised to one another practically since birth by their fathers and being the obedient “children” that they are, they do not question it even though they both are NOT happy about it. It takes Tennesse’s cousin, Georgia and a life threatening situation to make Moose have serious doubts about his future. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Candy-L More than 1 year ago
As always erin wright delivers a lovely story - but while the book is fun, funny and thoroughly enjoyable it is not quite as good as her previous books. the story lacks the depth found in her other books. The heroine is strong and quirky and easy to fall in love with but for me the hero falls a little short - he seems to be a good man - i found his character to be stunted (as he should be) but there was no chance to watch him grow. i wish i had more of their story as to me it is far from over
Naty More than 1 year ago
You will fall in love with Moose and Georgia’s story. They have been in love for a long time but none of them know their feelings. And Moose is supposed to marry Tennessee, Georgia’s cousin. And Georgia dated Levi, Moose’s best friend. Can it be more difficult for them to be together? A great love story about friendship, family, responsibility and freedom.
Naty More than 1 year ago
You will fall in love with Moose and Georgia’s story. They have been in love for a long time but none of them know their feelings. And Moose is supposed to marry Tennessee, Georgia’s cousin. And Georgia dated Levi, Moose’s best friend. Can it be more difficult for them to be together? A great love story about friendship, family, responsibility and freedom.
Cali-Jewel More than 1 year ago
Sweetly sexy, emotionally thrilling, action packed romantic adventure filled with excitement, danger, passion and family expectations. Deere Garrett (aka “Moose”) is the small town golden boy with his whole future planed and set for him by his family obligations that include a close to arranged marriage. As usual though life will always through you a curve ball when you think you have it all figured out. What are you waiting for, one click this baby and enjoy the fun and whitey banter it offers. Highly entertaining!
EllenH More than 1 year ago
I really liked the first book in the series and this book is even better. Moose and Georgia are great characters that you root for the whole story. They belong together and are soo good for each other but the people around them are trying to keep them apart. It was really good to see the characters from the first book and to see couples for the next several books start to be set-up. Very excited to see this series continue!
Bibliophagist More than 1 year ago
Loved this story by Bibliophagist I've read all of Erin Wright's books and truly enjoyed them. But this book is the best of the bunch. This is the second book in the series, Firefighters of Long Valley. But her earlier books are set in the same area and a lot of the characters walk in this story as well. It has a HEA and you don't have to have read the other books to read this story. Moose (his real name is Deere, as in the tractor) is the oldest son of the owner of the local John Deere dealership. In the small town of Sawyer, Idaho, their family is like royalty. As a baby, Moose's parents promised he'd marry Tennessee, the daughter of a wealthy farmer. And Moose's father promised that he'd turn the John Deere dealership over to Moose in 5 years. But that timeline seems to be ever changing. In the meantime, Moose works 18 hour days at the dealership, where he has worked since he was a child. And he's not getting rich either. There is one glaring problem with the pre-written fairytale that is Moose and Tenny's life. It isn't their fairytale. After getting stuck in a wildfire with someone, Moose realizes what a pickle he's in. There's sure to be sparks galore when Moose makes his feelings known. But sometimes, you have to take a chance for love. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.