• by Roxie Noir
  • Narrated by Kasha Kensington, Aiden Snow
  • 10 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Playing with fire gets you hot, but playing with a fireman gets you wet.
Fighting wildfires is dangerous as hell, but it's still the best damn job in the world. And women? They practically line up to slide down my pole. I never did like repeating myself. Not since she broke my heart into a thousand pieces, anyway.
Clementine's that ex. The one I haven't seen in eight years. The one I thought I was going to marry until she dumped my ass while I was on active duty in Afghanistan. The one who's suddenly next door when my crew has a few days off in her tiny town, and who's impossible to ignore.
I've already gotten burned once. Hunter and I were over a long, long time ago, and there was a good reason why. Actually, there were a hundred good reasons, and I remember them all. Until he shows up in my town, eight years older and 10 times hotter. He's left the Marines to become a wildlands firefighter. He's rugged, hardened, dangerous, and he looks at me just like he used to. He makes me laugh just like he used to. But I know better than to think that people like Hunter change. I don't care how badly I want him, I'm not going down that road again.
Contains mature themes.


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

The best thing about this is the male narrator

The story was okay-the male narrator is so great-sexy voice-love it. The female- okay- so so. I get really tired of hearing the F-bomb all the way through it. The language is crass throughout. I don't understand why some authors of romance feel they can't write intelligently. I wish I wouldn't have used a credit.
Read full review


Wonderful Story!l

Living in Arizona I have a great respect for the "Hot Shot" firefighters. This book does a wonderful job at giving great insight into that profession as well as being a super sweet & sexy love story. Roxie Noir is an author whom I read and listen to. The narrators both did an excellent job by putting a lot of feeling and emotion into their performances. The style of narration is the dual narration (POV chapters) which was very well done. My review is not a synopsis of the book, but rather my opinion of it. I will definitely listen to this book again and highly recommend it! Aiden Snow has a wonderful voice that I so enjoy. Kasha Kensington was new for me, and I would listen to her again. This book is totally original and well worth a credit.
Read full review

- Jan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-20-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio