With Every Breath

    • 4.4 • 38 Ratings
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Publisher Description

A swoony, small town firefighter romance from USA Today Bestselling Author J.H. Croix!


✔️ A nosy, matchmaking grandmother.

✔️ Meet cute in birthday suit. 😳

✔️ A broody, smokin’ H-O-T hero.

✔️ A brilliant, tomboy heroine.

✔️ A three-legged sweet rescue dog.

✔️ Plenty of small town shenanigans.




I didn’t mean for the whole wedding party to see me skinny dipping. 


That’s how I met Jonah, my new, way too hot for my sanity neighbor.




I came to Alaska to escape. I prefer to leave tragedy behind and don’t need anyone reminding me I’m a hero. I’m not. I’m damaged goods and not in the market for romance. 


Alice is beyond distracting, and I can’t avoid her. My grandmother thinks we’re fated for each other. While I’m busy trying to ignore my grandmother’s matchmaking, I make the mistake of kissing Alice. My willpower burns to the ground in a matter of seconds.


Jonah & Alice’s story is perfect for readers who love small town romance, hotshot firefighters, smart & sassy heroines, nosy friends and relatives, slow burn, emotional romance with a dash of angst, oozing with swoon, and one smokin’ hot broody hero.


*A full-length, standalone romance.

October 11
J.H. Croix
Frisky Fox Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

Chelle78260 ,

Skinny dipping & a firefighter

Back again in the small town of Willow Brook, we have Alice and Jonah. This book can be read as a standalone, but we get to revisit the previous characters from the stories which I loved. We got to meet Alice right off when she decided to go skinny dipping on her dock which happened to be during Jonah grandma’s wedding reception across the lake. Yes, it was noticeable. This book tackles a lot of heavy things. They are done nicely, but there are TW. I won’t give too much away. This is a nice addition to the series and I can’t wait for the next one in the series.
I received this ARC through the publisher and I am voluntarily reviewing this book, opinions are my own.

Klebeau1 ,


With every breath my heart melted a little more…

Jonah comes to Alaska to be near his Gram, who is a firecracker! His new job as a hot shot firefighter means a new beginning. One that might just include his gorgeous new neighbor who likes to skinny dip. Especially since his Gram has decided to play matchmaker. But will his tragic past hold him back?
Alice moved to Alaska for a fresh start. She’s excited to take over the Vet clinic in town. She didn’t plan on giving a peep show to Jonah and his family. The first meeting was a little embarrassing but things get pretty hot and steamy really quickly between them with a little help from Gram.
This is a fun, sweet, sexy story with lots of laugh out loud moments! And it may include a 3 legged dog! You won’t want to miss it!
“I voluntarily received this arc book for an honest review”

KtinaBowes ,

Not as good as her other work

Her extreme focus on school shootings was really exhausting. I usually love her books but she kept having the characters state false information as “fact” when the leading cause of death in children is still abnormalities, but the numbers she uses leave out those children’s deaths and also include deaths up through age 19, if I remember correctly. When In reality most of these deaths are coming from older kids and young adults and often relates to gang crime In cities where the government never does enough to help uplift the poor neighborhoods. Yes school shootings are horrific, but also our society has a lot of problems to fix that are being ignored while pretending a gun is the culprit. It’s exhausting and ignores all of the crimes that lawful gun owners stop. Yes children should be protected and yes I would love to see that that gruesome crime never happens again, but the book just pedaled a bunch of lame talking points that twist data to fit their narrative and doesn’t even help solve the issues. The issue is the messed up kid that could ever consider taking anyones life. How can someone ever get to that point?! Or the fact that childhood suicide is on the rise. Clearly there is a huge issue and the gun is only a tool used to carry out a crime. The UK I believe is looking to ban knives now because there unfortunately will still be bad people doing bad things. I kinda enjoyed the story but it really did make it hard to enjoy while this narrative was being pushed so hard.

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