"Beck really knows how to write a great romance, I enjoy her work, and I can't wait for more hot paramedic action!" Kimberly A. @ NetGalley
"This is definitely one of the hottest reads that I have had the pleasure of reading this year, and I am quite certain that if you give it a try you it will leave you saying the same thing!" Red's Romance Reviews
"This book draws you in immediately, and the entertaining story kept me interested from beginning to end." LJT @ Goodreads
From the Inside Flap
When I was a kid I broke my collarbone. For whatever reason,instead of loading me into the car, my parents called an ambulance--probablybecause I was screaming like a big baby and refusing to let anyone touch me.EMT's arrived. One rode in the back of the ambulance with my mom and me, and...ohmy God. Blue eyes, black hair, dimple when he smiled. So stunning I can stillpicture him after all these years. He was also extremely patient andreassuring. Suddenly, instead of bawling my eyes out, I was tongue-tied, exceptto stutter, "Almost eight!" when my mom told him I was seven. As if.
Thus commenced my adoration of EMTs. I am pleased to reportthat was my one and only ride in an ambulance. Unfortunately, it was not thelast time I needed an EMT.
A few years ago I took my son to Fashion Island in NewportBeach. Why, I'm not sure, because hyperactive three-year-olds actually don'tlike to shop. They like to climb and jump, and they turn any available terraininto a climb and jump opportunity. He fell off a bench and hit his head. Thenext minutes were a nightmare. Blood everywhere, my little guy screaming andclinging to me so hard I couldn't get a look at the wound, and kind soulscoming from every direction with napkins and paper towels that soaked throughat a frightening rate. Finally, threemen in blue uniforms ran up. They were EMTs from the Newport Beach EmergencyMedical Services division. Within about five seconds they calmed my son,examined his cut, and assured me he wasn't bleeding out from his head. A fewstitches and he'd be good as new. One trip to the ER and five head staples later,we were on our way. He is good as new,and my EMT crush evolved something into something deeper, involving respect andadmiration...and, well, still a good dose of adoration.
I hope a measure of that comes through in Beau. And I hopeyou enjoy him!