Rick causes pain to anyone who comes in contact with him, and the person he hurt worst of all is the love of his life. Chloe was stupid to fall for him, and he owes it to her to stay away. Without Rick in her life, Chloe has become a massive success in her career. Her personal life, on the other hand, is in shambles, unbeknownst to him.
Forced to fly across the county to work on a movie together, they have to confront the pain, lies, and betrayal that destroyed their lives ten years ago. If they don’t, they’re not going to survive making this movie, and Chloe could lose everything she’s worked so hard for.
They were doomed from the start. He’s bad for her. She’s bad for him. But after being forced back together, they’re beginning to think that a life of chaos in each other’s arms is better than peaceful loneliness.More info →
Seth cares too deeply. It’s why he’s a great firefighter. It’s also why he can’t get over the morbid scene he just witnessed during his last shift. And then he meets Tisha, who understands the emotional turmoil he’s going through. She ends up saving his life in the most embarrassing way possible, and he can’t get her out of his head.
Tisha can’t think of the last time she’s laughed, yet she’s content with her life. When you’ve experienced indescribable trauma, sometimes good enough is, well, good enough.
She meets Seth and suddenly wants more. But with both of them healing from the darkness in their pasts, a healthy relationship may not be possible. And she’s perfectly fine with rejecting his advances, until she learns that he is Mr. January in a smoking hot firefighter calendar. Suddenly, saying no isn’t as clear-cut as she thought it would be.
Seth’s personal commitments and darkness prove to be too overwhelming to fully give himself to Tisha, although he’s trying his best. But his best may not be good enough.
The logical part of her mind and the broken part of her heart say no, but they’re no match for the fire he kindles within her body.
Are you ready to step into the fire?More info →