A man of integrity…with a secret desire
Moose Garrett just wants to do the right thing. Fulfill his duty. Honor his parents. Fix his neighbors’ tractors. Ignore the girl he needs to forget.
Everyone in Sawyer expects Moose to woo and wed the town beauty queen – not Georgia Rowland. Hell, Moose’s parents have all but signed a marriage contract with the revered patriarch of another wealthy Sawyer family.
So yeah, it’s true that Georgia’s been tempting him ever since he hit puberty and discovered the allure of the opposite gender, but that doesn’t mean he’s actually going to give into the temptation.
Georgia is strictly off limits.
But matters of the heart are about as predictable as a wildfire – a wildfire that comes straight out of nowhere…and changes everything.
A woman who’s all business…with a secret crush
Georgia has spent a lot of years – roughly 26 of them or so – pretending Moose Garrett wasn’t the finest man in Sawyer. She pushes pesky thoughts of him clear out of her mind. She never pays a bit of attention to his powerful build, or how his blue jeans show off his lean and muscular body. And for the record, she barely even notices the way his slow, sultry smile makes her knees wobbly.
Because that hardly ever happens.
As the youngest branch manager of the Goldfork Credit Union, and the first female to hold that position, she’s too busy for any of that nonsense. Besides, everyone knows Moose is bound to marry Sawyer’s reigning beauty. Georgia is sure he’d never give a moment’s notice to…well, to someone like her.
But when Miss No Nonsense sets out on a hike in the foothills of Long Valley and gets trapped amidst the flames of a wildfire, the only man she’s ever wanted swoops in to save her.
So yeah, Moose is the last man she should dream about.
But he’s the one man who will walk through danger and smoke and fire.
Just to find her…
Inferno of Love is the second novel in the Firefighters of Long Valley series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!
Inferno of Love
Loved the twisted love story. Too bad Georgia and Moose lost so many years because of his ridiculous parents. But love conquers all. This story makes you want to laugh, cry and just shout with joy!
Good Story, HIPPA noise
Great sibling to the first, same great writing style, excellent set up for the third without beating the reader about the head, loved it! Only concern was the background noise re:HIPPA rules and dated references to candy striper and bed pans. I’m just saying ID can be behind the times . . . But there are standards.
Love this Author
Moose and Georgia, each carrying a torch for the other for years, think it’s destined to be unrequited love. Moose is matched by his parents to another woman, Tennessee (who he doesn’t love), since they were young, Trying to do the right thing and be a good son, he has gone along with this scheme for far too many years. Finally getting up his courage to break things off with Tennessee leads to repercussions on a grand scale. The book is well-written, as are all of Ms Wright’s books, with compelling characters and a strong plot. Just when it felt like Moose was being too big a wimp by going along with this medieval-era arranged marriage, we are reminded all that is at stake for him. Georgia is a wonderfully strong character, with a very solid ‘voice’—she doesn’t disappoint.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.