USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Bernard is hotter than ever with a sexy new series about the wildfire fighters of Jupiter Point.
The town bad boy is back to clear his name
Firefighter Sean Marcus left Jupiter Point thirteen years ago in disgrace, but now he’s coming home to set the record straight. As the leader of the new Jupiter Point Hotshots wildfire crew, he’s out to prove he’s no longer the troubled boy who fled after a night of shocking violence. He’s returned for one reason only--and it’s not to fall in love. But that plan goes up in smoke the minute he sets eyes on Evie McGraw, all grown up and gorgeous.
The town sweetheart has a secret
Evie has never spoken about the night that changed her life. But she can’t escape it, especially now that her brother’s wild friend Sean is back. Rugged, sexy and impossible to ignore, he’s the only one who knows what truly happened. Evie gave up everything to protect her family, but now, she has to make a choice. Keep silent…or put her heart on the line and let Sean help heal the past?
More from Jupiter Point: The Jupiter Point Hotshots Box Set (Books 1-3) is on sale for a limited time!
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Bad boy returns
Sean Marcus returns to Jupiter Point, after thirteen years. He’s heading up the Jupiter Point Hotshots. Evie McGraw is finally attracted to a man, after her experience with Brad White, the night before Sean left. I absolutely love this series and I can’t wait to read all the books. No spoilers, but if you love hot, alpha fire fighters and the women that bring them to their knees, you will fall in love with all these characters. Grab your copy and see what happens.
Who doesn't love a strong, handsome alpha firefighter. Sean is trying to overcome his bad boy persona as a teen and Evie is trying to find her true self. Together they help each their. Jupiter Springs was made to sound like a perfect small town where anyone would like to live. Looking forward to the next book in this series.
Set the Night on Fire 😟
Sorry but this was a very slow read. Writing style very sophomoric. The female lead, Evie, was so weak I just wanted to smack her. Liked the male character, Sean, better but the whole story just seemed to draaaage out. So glad I paid 99 cents for it should have been free. Paid 99 cents for the next one & hopefully it's better.