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Publisher Description

He hates me for some reason. I will not rest until I change his mind.

People always like me. It's kind of my thing. All the employees at my tech startup think I'm the best boss, and the community partners and investors I woo not only trust, but adore me.

Everyone likes me, except him.

I may have been caught off guard when I accidentally insulted AJ Trachtenberg, but I'm pulling out all the stops trying to make it up to him…and it's not working. Offering his students a swanky field trip doesn't win him over—it only seems to make him grumpier.

Unfortunately, grumpy looks very good on him. AJ is tall, dark, and annoyingly handsome and he's got a giant chip on his shoulder. Honestly, his smoldering is distracting.

I can't afford any distractions right now, not with the media hounding me as I try to take my company public. Maybe I can swing a one-time naked distraction, though. That doesn't have to mean anything, right? I'm not looking for a happily-ever-after here. I'm just trying to get him out of my head.

Alas, when it comes to business and bossy men, I have trouble letting go.

Fireball is the laugh-out-loud first stand-alone installment of the Bridges and Bitters series. If you love found family, hilarious antics, and off-the-charts heat, you'll devour these sexy romantic comedies.

May 10
Lainey Davis
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Heyanaf ,


Wow I was not expecting to enjoy this book as much as I did. It was very cute and nicely developed in my opinion, I personally finished it in one sitting. Sam was just excepcional to me, very driven and passionate despite her family. The romance aspect was pretty good, it never felt forced or too fast. I’m really impressed by how entertaining this book was.

LisanneH ,

Role reversal, sort of

Role reversal, sort of.

I liked the spin that Samantha Vine (great book name) is the successful CEO who everyone likes. AJ is the teacher, grumpy and has a chip on his shoulder (boulder?). They get off to a rough start.


Srosenthal ,

Your awesomeness

I received a complimentary early release copy of this e-book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review.

This is the first time I am reading this author. I found it a really interesting a different story and I give the author kudos for her originality in this story.

This book stars, A.J. a Jewish, very grouchy, hairy teacher with a major attitude. He teaches biology and I found some of his classes fascinating especially when he compared frogs with the non gender binary labels teens are using nowadays. I also enjoyed reading how he called some of the Jewish holidays, Days of Awe. He has an ex, Lara who treated him very badly and he still is recovering from her breaking his heart.

He meets Samantha "Sam" when she invites him to come to her computer software company as way for her to get good PR while trying to reach the needs of local schools, teachers and students. She meets Aj while in the middle of a reporter interviewing her and she ends up alienating him and so starts their hate romance.

Sam is very successful but her family does not treat her that way and especially her military father who is extremely hard on her and her siblings who want her to do everything for them.

AJ's ex did a terrible number on him and he feels like Sam does, that he is not awesome and I loved how his friends try to show him that it was her and not him that was the problem.

This is primarily a story about family, friends, love and moving on and seeing how awesome you are and finding the person that loves you but also makes you feel good about yourself.

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