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Publisher's Summary

He is seeking absolution.

Flynn Caldwell has a hero complex, and it's one of the reasons he joined the New York City Fire Department. He has spent his entire professional career trying to atone for that one person he failed to save. Because if he can do that, then perhaps he can be worthy of love again.

She is seeking escape.

Rowan Page's life is nothing short of a disaster. Always immersed in trouble, she has only herself to depend on. She's determined to pull herself out of this mess and make something of her life, despite the hard years she has lived on the streets of New York.

Together, they have the chance to become complete.

Flynn and Rowan's worlds exist miles apart, but when a chance meeting brings them together, neither of them can deny the instant pull that connects them to each other. What starts as a tiny spark eventually flares into a fire so hot it refuses to be extinguished. For it to work, both of them will need to jump feet first into the flames to see where it takes them, despite the risk of being burned.

This is book five in the Off Series. While certain characters cross over from the Off Books, you do not need to hear the prior books to understand this one. This can be heard as a standalone.

©2013 Sawyer Bennett (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Make Up Your Damn Mind

This was an interesting romance but it was hard to like Rowan. I just couldn't figure out what was so hard about falling for a handsome hero with a heart of gold. It's a good story but it took too long to show the chemistry between these two. I just didn't feel it for most of the story. While I did like this story well enough, so far it's my least favorite.

Again, these narrators did a good job. Matthew Holland nailed that New Jersey accent for Flynn. Charlotte North also did a decent job but sometimes Rowan had a southern accent (since she's from Texas) and sometimes she didn't. But all in all, it was a good listen.

It is worth the credit, but then again I seem to like all the audio books by Sawyer Bennett. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

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it was heartbreaking, yet super sweet

so I totally fell in love with Flynn, he was so sweet. Rowan thought she was broken and she almost lost everything because of it. but Flynn showed her what an amazing woman she was by being her friend. it was a great love story, with great narrators. loved the epilogue, would love to hear more about the characters sometimes. I need to know if Ever and Linc have a baby....ugh I loved these characters! great series!!

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Okay, but...

I love this author. Not in love with this book, though. I agree with other reviewers that the heroine is unlikeable, but she doesn’t string the hero along for as long as some of the reviews makes it sound. Give it some time, if you can make it through the beginning, the book is worth a listen. Sexy firefighters. Steamy scenes. ‘Nuf said.

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least fav of the series so far

I had a very hard time with Rowan's character. I get the parental issue but only to a certain degree. Flynns character proved over and over again that he was willing to go at her pace. it was just frustrating to have her shut him down time and time again. I loved Flynns character, he was caring thoughtful and loving.

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Flynn and Rowan

I have been enjoying this series, this story is probably the one I have enjoyed the most. Yes, there was this back and forth between Flynn and Rowen, but whose relationship is perfect. Rowen was uncertain if she should more forward with Flynn because of her past, plus she did not want to ruin their friendship. Flynn, oh Flynn... he is such a sweet, lovable, caring, and adorable man. Who wouldn't want a man like him? His patience is tested when it comes to Rowen, but with his caring heart he never lets her get too far. He knows what he wants and goes for it. Their friendship, connection, and chemistry is beautiful. Again, I am really enjoying this series. Narration was fantastic.

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omg... why would author make heroin so dumb?

AM I the only One who thinks that book was spoiled By Rowan? I just skipt few chaoters when she was going on and on and on and on.... Flynn was grat, even top good to wishy washy heroin that Rowan was... narration tho was good, even saved book for me. deffenetly not a book I will ever pick up again.

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Good story annoying narration

This instalment in the series has a much more compelling plot but the accents used by the main characters are so incorrect and overdone that they grate and distract. Flynn comes from Englewood, NJ which is a pretty nice neighborhood in Bergen County but he sounds like Tony Soprano or someone overdoing a Jersey accent for TV. Marris Paige comes from a well off family in Texas but doesn’t have a trace of a Texas accent. The story is about a couple with PTSD from traumas in their past and how they work through their issues while they develop their relationship. The rest of the family is also included in the story. A worthwhile story that looses points due to narration.

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Well done!

Great addition to this series. I love that this series has a bit of drama but nothing that drags on. I really loved this couple and all the things they learn along the way!

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Flynn and Rowan

This story solidified that the series was NOT just a hockey sports series with a few random spinoffs thrown in. Flynn is the firefighter brother and Rowan is a mystery woman doing all she could to remain anonymous, their initial run-in set the stage in the best of ways for the rest of the book. I've got to say it was one of my favorites in the series thus far. Charlotte North and Matthew Holland have absolutely solidified themselves as the voices of this series. Their ability to make each character in each of these stories unique just proves how talented they are as narrators.

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a little far fetched

THe author has a good writing style - good flow, believable dialogue, well-paced story. The details of the heroine's life with her drug dealing boyfriend were sketchy and not well thought through. Once the heroine gets together with the hero, the storyline gets more believable. The male narrator was very good, and I enjoyed the accent he used. The female narrator, who I generally enjoy, was a bit too perky for this character. This girl had a shadowed past and a lot of anger, but the narrator didn't manage to convey the anger or fear. Overall, the story was interesting and unique, one you won't have encountered before. This was definitely not a formulaic romance. Kudos! Worth the time and money to read it.