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Kate Burns is a legendary smoke jumper, known for her courage and willingness to risk everything to get the job done. Only she has a secret, one she won't admit to anyone.
He can't forget the love they once shared....
Supervisor Jed Ransom commands the Jude County Smoke Jumpers with a reputation as a calm, levelheaded leader. Kate is the only one who's ever gotten under his skin.
They must face the flames together....
A raging wildfire in the mountains of Montana brings Kate and Jed together to train up a new team of jumpers. Suddenly they must face the past they've been running from and the secrets that keep them apart. When an arsonist goes after their team, Kate and Jed must face their deepest fears - and learn to rely on each other as they fight a blaze that could destroy them all.
In this first book of the Montana Fire: Summer of Fire trilogy, Kate and Jed are about to discover that where there's smoke, there just might be a chance to start again.
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By Patiotoole on 08-19-16
Another Winner by Susan May Warren
It's hard to believe that every book by Susan May Warren just steals me away with intriguing characters (that are so well developed I believe in them) and unique and well-developed storylines, as well as realistic struggles with faith in trying circumstances. I just loved Jed and Kate and wondered how they would ever work out the issues they struggled with. Ultimately I was thrilled with their resolution and their acknowledgement of God's love, mercy and sovereignty.
I had already read the book in Kindle format and loved it, but as soon as I began listening to the audible version, I knew this was one I could share with my daughters who all have busy hectic "mom" lives.
I'm hoping to be able to get this entire series in Audible version and hopefully they will all have an equally exceptional narrator.
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By Marta on 07-08-18
Give this one a miss! Appallingly bad.
I enjoyed other books by this author, and am sorry to report that this one is merely a collection of cardboard characters, cliches, and stock phrases. Inserting the repeated comments about rippling muscles, tight shirts, etc., etc., etc. just makes it worse. It's all unbelievable! Skip the book and use the time to clean the garage!