A brand new firefighter series from USA Today Bestselling Author J.H. Croix!
He’s my new roommate.
I can’t stand him, and he can’t stand me.
Russell Dane thinks he’s all that. Maybe’s he’s so hot he should come with a too-hot-to-handle sign, but he drives me crazy. Not the good kind of crazy either.
He thinks women shouldn’t be firefighters, he’s obnoxiously overprotective, and I can’t stand him. Unfortunately, my body is not getting the memo, but I’m stronger than a few confused hormones. Right?
It wouldn’t be so bad if we didn’t have to work together, and if he wasn’t my boss. It definitely wouldn’t be so bad if he hadn’t gone and kissed me.
Russel & Paisley’s story is perfect for readers who love small town romance, hotshot firefighters, sassy tomboy heroines, roommate romance, frenemies to lovers, hate to love, slow burn, emotional romance with a dash of angst, plenty of steam and swoon, and a broody, protective hero.
*A full-length, standalone romance.
This second book of the Light My Fire Series based in Willow Brook Alaska brings us some heat between fellow firefighters Paisley and Russell. When Paisley moves into town and applies for a job at the fire station the captain is impressed and wants her to join their squad but the Russell the chief is against it but the captain hires her anyway. These two definitely clash but when they wind up sharing a place to live will things change?
Another wonderful journey to Alaska written by this great author. Russell and Paisley’s story is sweet, sexy and funny. Great second book to the series but can be read as a standalone.
I loved this book.
I thought it was a great story. The banter was fun and great to read. It made the storyline fun. The attraction they had toward each other was great. I enjoyed reading the machoism in the story. It was well written and I would defiantly read by this author again.
A good hotshot roommates small town story that has these two living together but don’t tolerate each other until that one kiss that sets off a chain reaction that’s hotter than any fire I volunteered to read this book for my honest opinion