New York Times best-selling author Kathryn Shay spent five years riding fire trucks with a large city fire department, eating in their firehouses, and interviewing hundreds of America's bravest. Read the firefighter romance books that resulted from her intense relationship with firefighters!
Fire Department psychologist Jack Harrison has spent his life helping firefighters in Hidden Cove deal with firefighting deaths, PTSD, broken marriages, spouses' fears for their loved ones, and a variety of firefighter romances. He is especially beloved by the Malvasos, as revealed in the previous family saga novels. But when he goes to upstate New York to train incognito with a recruit class, he meets Captain Tess Righetti, unaware of her connection to the famous Italian family. And he clashes big time with her about her stern approach to teaching the recruits.
Then, one night after she is injured, their contact unexpectedly explodes into sizzling passion, but because of circumstances Jack never contacts her again--until she moves to Hidden Cove. Tempers flare, sparks fly, and fireworks follow them everywhere. Readers will be surprised by the twists and turns of the seventh book in the Hidden Cove firefighter series.
©2014 Kathryn Shay (P)2015 Mary C. Schaefer
I am a disabled Medical Technologist who uses books and audio books as a diversion from the pain of Fibromyalgia. I'm happy to review.
I would listen to The Fire Inside again, because the story is really good and the fire fighter research was done very well.
Jack was my favorite character. He was warm and caring and stood up for those that he felt needed some help.
The narration was good, sexy, but sometimes monotone.
I really liked the part in the book when Tess was hurt and was basically forced to accept the help of Jack in order to take a shower.
I really enjoyed the story and the accuracy of the fire science details. I've been married to a firefighter for 34 years and it was great to have everything so real.
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