USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Bernard returns to Jupiter Point—where the sparks are burning bright...
Wildfire “hotshot” Josh Marshall is all about fun, firefighting and flirting. But ever since his crew got trapped in a burnover, he’s been plagued with recurring nightmares. It’s not just the fire haunting him – it’s an ongoing family drama that’s kept him determined to stay strictly unattached. Now that’s all changing—but is it thanks to that near-death experience or his attraction to the sexy, fascinating Suzanne Finnegan?
Suzanne, honeymoon-planner extraordinaire, knows exactly what she wants: marriage and a stable home like the one her family lost in the financial crash. Her on-again-off-again fiancé fits the bill perfectly, unlike the distracting, live-for-the-moment, heartbreakingly handsome Josh Marshall. Sure, her chemistry with Josh is insane and Logan is mostly MIA. But she has a plan, and she’s sticking to it.
Except fate has a way of making plans go up in smoke.
Between a fast-moving wildfire, a mortifying breakup, and news that changes everything—it’s hard to tell who’s doing more rescuing, Josh or Suzanne. Only one thing’s for sure--there’s no ignoring sparks that BURN SO BRIGHT.
A great read
This is the second book in Jennifer Bernard's Jupiter Point Series. It features the Jupiter Point Hotshots, a crew of wildfire fighters. It tells the story of Josh and Suzanne who we met in the first book and absolutely feel in love with. You don't need to read the first book to follow the story.
Josh is a carefree, life of the party, and totally laid back kinda guy. He never knows what's going to happen and loves that. He is one of the hotshot firefighter. Suzanne is a super organized event planner. She has her life planned out and knows how to get it. They get on each other's last nerve but every time they get near each other the sparks fly.
This is a well written story with loveable characters. Josh and Suzanne may just be my favourite couple. This is a must read if you enjoy a sweet romantic story.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.