Playing with Fire

Playing with Fire

by Amy Knupp

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"Romance, heartbreak, a small amount of steamy, and lots of gritty, determined story."—Reviewer



She's secretly burned for him for years.



Derek Severson left his career as a firefighter after tragedy shook him to his soul.



Running his uncle's beachside bar on a south Texas island gives him the chance to heal, find peace, and avoid entanglements. That is, until Macey, his childhood friend, tracks him down.



After two years abroad in a developing country, Macey Locke is ready to dive in to her Peace Corps-inspired foundation. But when she learns Derek is suffering, she can't turn her back. Six weeks on a tropical island to help the guy she's loved for years? No-brainer.



Derek can't help but notice she's not the same girl he used to know.



She's more.



More self-assured, more determined, more irresistible.



But is she enough for him to let go of his newfound fragile peace and give in to the passion sparking between them?



Playing with Fire is a stand-alone novel with a heartwarming and satisfying HEA in the Island Fire series.



Dive into this sexy, engrossing series today!



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940159076311
Publisher: Lake House Books
Publication date: 02/25/2018
Series: Island Fire , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 7,649
File size: 391 KB

About the Author

Amy Knupp is an author of contemporary romance, a freelance copy editor for Blue Otter Editing, and a freelance technical writer. She loves words and grammar and meaty, engrossing stories with complex characters.
Amy lives in Wisconsin with her husband, two teenage sons, four cats, and two box turtles. She graduated from the University of Kansas with degrees in French and journalism. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, breaking up cat fights, watching college hoops, and annoying her family by correcting their grammar.

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