Jacqui Edwards is back in Glacier Creek to wrap up loose ends after the death of her husband, Russ, captain of a group of daring, talented smokejumpers. She wants to stay and reboot her life, but faces an uphill battle shedding the role of the captain’s fragile, grieving widow.
After growing up in foster care, Vin Kingston finally found a family when he joined the Smokejumpers. Then, six months ago, his best friend and captain died in a freak jump accident right before his eyes. Vin is consumed with guilt and determined to watch over Russ’ widow. No easy task when the vibrant, beautiful Jacqui is busting out of her shell, challenging Vin’s vow to keep her off limits.
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Such intense emotions!
Yes! What a fantastic read. This is book 2 in The Firefighters of Montana series and it features Jacqui Edwards and Vin Kingston. The chemistry between these two is off-the-charts HOT! Everything they did, whether it was talking, fighting, or something more intimate, was done with a gripping intensity that sucked you in to the scene. Each of their issues were so different from the other but equally emotional.
Great story with awesome characters! I can't wait to read about more of these amazing firefighter
A great addition to the series
Jacqui Edwards lost her husband in a work accident and fled from Montana to Florida to be with family. Months later she returns to tie up loose ends, one of which is selling her house to her late husbands best friend Vin Kingston. when Jacqui returns to her job to quit things will get complicated.
I really enjoyed this book. I liked how Jacqui was able to move forward and get a happy ending.
This was a very emotional and hot story. Jacqui is back after grieving the loss of her husband. Vin is her friend, and one of her husband's smoke jumpers. There is plenty of emotional drama in the battle between loyalty to the dead, and admitting current feelings and chemistry.
I was brought nearly to tears several times while reading this story. Wonderful lead characters that I got way too attached to.