The Laurel Springs Emergency Response Team is perfect for fans of Samantha Christy, Lucy Score, and Laura Pavlov
A new series from the author of the Moonshine Task Force Series!
Laurel Springs, AL is about to be hotter than a mid-August thunderstorm.
When the Moonshine Task Force is absorbed into a new entity, Laurel Springs Emergency Response Team (LSERT) new faces come to town, new love is born, old love is found again, and there’s a plethora of drama and romance happening all over the tri-county area. LSERT puts police, firefighters, nurses, doctors, K-9 handlers, and EMT’s all in harm’s way as they work to keep the area safe from any threat.
When emotions are high, passions ignite.
Come with me, back to Laurel Springs, in what's sure to be a wild ride!
For years I’ve wanted two things - to be a member of the Moonshine Task Force and to be the man Stella Kepler can’t live without.
One out of two isn’t bad, or so I tell myself. Being the only K-9 handler for The MTF presents its own share of obstacles, but me and Rambo? We make it work. Life is status quo, until I’m called in to help with what appears to be a hostage situation and Stella is right in the middle of it.
This is my one chance, and I’m not going to blow it.
When I’m stuck in an examination room holding a hurt woman and a man with a gun, I do the only thing I can. I sneak out, call 911 and hope help comes quickly. It does.
In the form of Ransom Thompson.
He and I have known each other since we were babies. Our mother’s are friends, our dad’s work together, and we’ve always been friends.
Only, the last few months I’ve started to notice things. How mature he is, how alpha he can be, the chiseled six-pack, and the abundance of ink spreading across his body.
When I offer to cook him dinner for saving me, neither one of us know how that one moment will change the course of the rest of our lives.
Absolutely loved it. Couldn’t put it down. Love the story and makes you keep guessing what will happen
Not a bad storyline. Lots of funny bits. But a lot of the dialogue is a bit too cheesy and predictable. But overall an easy read. :)
Eh. Too much.
Every conversation in this books was a heart-to-heart, deep and meaningful. It’s so hard to relate to characters who say nothing but overly loving ‘I’m proud of who you are’ speeches and declarations of love. It’s not realistic. Did not finish.