Too hot to handle...
Faith Miller has faith in two things - her surrogate firehouse family, and her own two hands - and she needs a man in her life like a fish needs a bicycle. Growing up watching her mom get used and discarded by one deadbeat boyfriend after another has left Faith jaded and determined not to fall into the same trap. But when Mick Whitehouse moves back to Summerville, Faith's happy, single life is turned upside down. The hunky carpenter is a far cry from the little boy she used to wrestle with on the playground in elementary school. Mick's all grown up, tempting as sugar coated sin, and determined to seduce Faith into forgetting all her rules.
One kiss under the mistletoe and Mick Whitehouse knows that he wants Faith Miller. Bad. After years of lukewarm relationships with the wrong kind of girls, Mick is powerfully drawn to Summerville's only female firefighter, and determined not to let her push him away. Beneath Faith's tough exterior is a heart of gold, and the chemistry between them is four-alarm hot. But just as he convinces Summerville's most confirmed bachelorette to take a chance on love, an old girlfriend waltzes into town and drops a bombshell in Mick's lap.
As Faith and Mick come to terms with the shocking news, Faith must choose: let fear of repeating her mother's mistakes send her running, or have faith in the man she's come to love?
Fans of Bella Andre, Kristan Higgins, and Susan Mallery will love the Summerville romance series, stories featuring sassy Southern women and the alpha males who love them.
©2014 Jessie Evans (P)2015 Jessie Evans
Mick and Faith are great, both individually and as a couple. They really bring out the best in each other, and it is enjoyable to see their story unfold.
When Faith realizes that she is the one that the fortune teller in New Orleans was talking about, and steps up.
Yes, several, and I enjoy all of them, including this. She does a great job at capturing all of the different characters' personalities.
I just thoroughly enjoyed the whole book, which was filled with a variety of emotions.
A great addition to the Fire & Icing series by Jessie Evans.
Hot. Sweet. Young love/first love.
I loved that Faith wasn't your typical heroine. She's a firefighter, strong, funny, and knows her mind. But she also has a sweet side, one that Mick brought out perfectly.
At the hotel! And when they were walking around New Orleans. I've visited the city a lot and I felt like I was there.
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