On Fire: A Dallas Fire & Rescue Kindle World Novella
When Reed Stephens is called to the scene of an automobile accident, he is reminded of a tragic evening during his training. But what he didn’t count on was meeting a widow and her young son who could turn his life upside down.
Harper Phillips and her son Elliott have been on their own for nearly five years. Dedicated to single-parenting her son, Harper has no desire to begin a relationship—until a persistent firefighter begins to break down her walls.
Will they light the night on fire or will they burn out and lose their chance at love?
containing the stand-alone novella:
Leo Shutter is the bassist for the band Flash. He’s been touring mid-sized cities playing bars, waiting for the band’s big break. He’s never been a chick magnet–he leaves that to the band’s frontman & guitarist Anthony Marco, and the drummer Geno Seretti.
Mia Vane, a recent college graduate with a masters degree in ancient literature, slings drinks to make ends meet while she teaches three sections of collegiate literature during the day.
When Mia and Leo have an immediate, undeniable connection, things heat up in cool places over the course of the weekend.
Leo wears his emotions on his sleeve and sulks as they travel to their next destination. After a deep conversation with Geno about life, love, and music Leo decides Mia is the one—which inspires the best lyrics he’s ever written.
Will Leo and Mia connect in a harmonious convergence or resolve to a bitter life without the other?
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As Jemma is sent into space in search of the Helios, she never imagines her life will change. Comfortable in a friends-with-benefits relationship with Devlin and committed to her lady love, Talia, she wasn’t looking for anyone new in her life.
When she meets Amun Sophor, convicted by the Socius Union for speaking his mind and living a life true to his heart, Jemma has to think fast and stay on her toes or risk shackles—even death.
Faced with a decision between what’s comfortable and taking a risk, Jemma needs to choose wisely—or condemn herself and others to a life of uncertainty.