Ride the Fire by Jo Davis
Date Read: December 2011
Genre: Romance, Suspense
After he lost his wife and children to tragedy, Capt. Sean Tanner drowned his pain with alcohol. Now, fresh from rehab, he wants to regain the trust of his team and begin again. The last thing he needs is to have feelings for beautiful firefighter Eve Marshall. But even as they dare to explore their growing desire, Sean learns that his family may have actually been murdered. And that a shadow from his past has returned to finish off Sean-and anyone he loves.
Series: Firefighters of Station Five #5
Also by this author: Trial by Fire, Hidden Fire, Under Fire, Line of Fire br> br>
Also in this series: Trial by Fire, Hidden Fire, Under Fire, Line of Fire
Read for FUN!
Overall Rating 4.00
(I am really digging these Firefighters)
NOTE: I am kind of doing a series review for these so that is why they are so short and to the point!
Review: This was my favorite story in the series because I felt Sean and Eve were such well constructed characters. Honestly watching Sean go through all his ups and downs since the beginning of the series made his rode to romance beautiful. The action is up in this edition to the series and since Jo said the police officers are getting a series—I was just super excited to meet what I think will be the lead characters in that series. I will be counting down till I get the hot policemen to go with my hot firefighters 🙂
Great Job Jo Davis! Great Job!
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