Sabrina Jones likes to keep things simple and she is not a big dater, so when she sees a magnificent hunk of a man in Reno, she goes for it. Who’s going to find out? Did she know that the hunk was going to be Rocco Roman, her new boss? And so begins this delicious tale of a love you cannot have. Sabrina and Rocco are fighter fighters and with as much heat as they generate, they should walk around with a fire extinguisher. They try to be good, they really do. This book was fantastic, I love Roman and he is my new “book boyfriend”. This is the third book in a series and I hadn’t read the others and it’s ok. Of course I’m now going to go back and read them. If all firemen were like Roman, I would be a pyromaniac.— Rosa, New Jersey
There's a hardnosed new training officer in town, and that's bad news for the
Bachelor Firemen of San Gabriel . . .
But great news for firefighter Sabina Jones . . . maybe.
The toughest captain on the East Coast, single father Rick Roman has come thousands of miles to San Gabriel to put an end to the "Bachelor Firemen" media hype. But when a stunning woman he nearly hooked up with in Reno turns out to be a firefighter from his new station, Roman realizes it's going to be tough keeping the tabloids at bay.
But there's even more Sabina isn't telling him. Before dedicating herself to battling blazes, Sabina led a very different life, one that made her famous. The last thing she wants is to have her secret exposed. The papers, bloggers, and TV gossips will have a field day with that—expecially when they sense the obvious sexual heat between Sabina and Chief Roman, who's torn between firing her . . . and falling in love with her!
Jennifer Bernard is a graduate of Harvard and a former news promo producer. The child of academics, she confounded her family by preferring romance novels to . . . well, any other books. She left big city life for true love in Alaska, where she now lives with her husband and stepdaughters. She's no stranger to book success, as she also writes erotic novels under a naughty secret name not to be mentioned at family gatherings.