A grass fire can singe more than just the lawn.
Veterinarian Georgina Greyson will only be in Whispering Springs for three months covering for the town veterinarian while he is on a research trip. She isn’t looking for love or roots, just maybe a good time before she moves on.
When his parents leave on their dream fantasy RV trip, Tanner Marshall is left in charge of his family’s cattle ranch, as well as his two younger brothers and sister. When he isn’t ranching, he’s doing duty on the volunteer fire department, a job he loves more than ranching. At thirty-four, he’s ready to put down some roots, including marriage, children and the white picket fence.
When Georgina accidentally sets her yard on fire during a burn ban, the volunteer fire department responds and she gets quite the fire lecture from one very cute firefighter. If there’s one thing Tanner hates, it’s carelessness with fire, but there’s something about his latest firebug that he can’t get out of his mind.
Can an uptight firefighter looking to settle down convince a cute firebug to give up the road for a house and roots?
Saddles and Soot
Saddles and Soot is book 8 in the Whispering Springs, Texas series by Cynthia D’Alba and while each book is a standalone you will see people from the prior book.
Georgina “Georgie” Greyson comes to Whispering Springs to cover for the town vet while he takes a trip to Australia for a few months and visit with her friend, Magda Hobbs Montgomery. Looking for nothing but maybe a good time before she moves on except she decides to start a fire to burn trash during a burn ban and ends up on the wrong side of the sexy, cowboy, volunteer firefighter, Tanner Marshall. Let the fun begin...short, sexy, fun read!
I. Love. This. Series!
A relationship that starts with instant attraction and an end date, what could go wrong?
Georgina “Georgie” Greyson is a traveling veterinarian and in Whispering Springs for a 3 month fill-in job. She’s a spunky spitfire with a beautiful spirit and gives as good as she gets. She has no family and she beginning to believe her dreams of one is just that a dream.
Tanner Marshall is a hot firefighter cowboy and exudes confidence and attitude. He loves fighting fires and ranching but there’s something missing and he needs to make a decision.
Tanner meets Georgie when she accidentally sets her yard on fire during a fire ban. They continue to bump heads until they find themselves in each other’s arms and can’t seem to get enough. They make a deal, enjoy their time together then go their separate ways. Sounds perfect but the more time they are together the more they fall for the other. What seemed like a great idea in the beginning, with the end drawing near can they be truthful with each other or will they move on with just the memories to keep them warm?
I. Love. This. Series and Cynthia D’Alba knows how to write about sexy cowboys!