Flames of Love: A Western Fireman Romance Novel (Firefighters of Long Valley) (Volume 1) 1st Edition
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About the Author
USA Today Bestselling author Erin Wright has worked every job under the sun, including library director, barista, teacher, website designer, and ranch hand helping brand cattle, before settling into the career she’s always dreamed about: Author.
She still loves coffee, doesn’t love the smell of cow flesh burning, and is quite happily ensconced with her handsome hubby in a small, charming town in rural Idaho. Find her updates on ErinWright.net, where you can sign up for her newsletter, along with the requisite pictures of Jasmine, her kitty cat muse and snuggle buddy extraordinaire.
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Sugar (yes, that’s her name and she works in a bakery no less) is a born and raised Sawyerite who has had a troubled, painful life but she’s tough and with help from Hamlet (her Great Dane) she keeps some of the trouble at bay.
Jaxson has had an uneasy past with his ex-wife but his two boys Aiden and Frankie are his shining lights. He came to Sawyer to take the Fire Chief job and prove to the courts that he deserves more time with his sons.
Together Sugar and Jaxson make a wonderful and compelling and complicated couple that I fell in love with from the very start!
As with all of the other Erin Wright’s books, I couldn’t put this story down and kept reading “just
one more chapter.” until all of sudden that story was done and I wanted to read it all over again!
Do yourself a favor, read this book. I highly recommend it and any of Erin’s book, you will not be sorry!
Bravo Erin! Bravo!!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Jaxson greeted the volunteer firefighters and all was going well until a snarly James, who had been the former Chief’s second-in-command, arrived. He told Jaxson he would not help in any way to get him used to the town. He felt Jaxson had stolen his rightful job – the only paid position -- and he was furious. He kept quiet about the hydrants around town that had been broken and non-functioning for years, so that when Jaxson responded to his first fire with a small and undersized engine, he had no water supply. He couldn’t use the water in the engine tank because he would not have enough if the other buildings caught fire. So the townspeople, seeing him standing there just watching the fire, were angry that their tax money way paying a lazy bum. James, who knew the truth, did not say a word to explain; and Jaxson had not known the hydrants were not functioning.
Jaxson also found out what it was like to live in a small town where everyone knows your business, even if they believe the gossip instead of the truth. But Sugar was becoming important to him, and telling the painful truth to her was needed before he could even contemplate his friends-with-benefits arrangement. Sugar likewise had a painful past that was holding her back. Could they deal with a growing relationship, break down the walls and see where it might lead? Could Jaxson find a middle ground from which to dispel the false rumors and gain the confidence and trust of his men? There is much more to deal with ahead. Grab your copy of this book and become a part of the life in Sawyer.
It’s so hard not to jump up and cheer for this wonderful book and the incredible characters that the author has brought to life for us! The story line was well paced, the back-stories of the main characters were very realistic. The reader could not fail to care for them and want the best for them as they struggle to heal. I absolutely recommend this book (and any other written by this author). It will touch your heart and stay with you for a long time. I voluntarily read a review copy of this book from Booksprout, and pre-ordered my own copy, and my comments reflect my honest opinion.
The book, just like all of her books, have parts in it that are just hilarious that I can't stop laughing out loud. Her characters' have the same type of conversations with themselves like I do. That makes for a more realistic book. The characters are fantastic. You can't help but to LOVE them. I am SO glad that she is continuing to write about people in Sawyer Creek. I fell in love with the town and I really would love to move there. The book just grabs you from the first page. I hate to see the last page as I feel like I am losing some good friends. I highly recommend this book (well really all of her books to anyone who loves to read a story.
Please, please, PLEASE get an editor and let them help you make a good non predictable story.
Jaxon Anderson is starting over as the new Fire Chief of the Sawyer Fire Department. Jaxon is newly divorced, and took the Fire Chief position to gain joint custody of his children. The day Jaxon arrives in Sawyer he finds the Muffin Man Bakery, and meets Sugar Stonemyer. Sparks fly between these two until Sugar finds out Jaxon's the new Fire Chief. Sugar doesn't date anyone. Especially, locals.
Erin did an amazing job detailing the small town issues that Jaxon has to work thru to prove himself to the citizens of Sawyer. I really like the complexity of how Sugar and Jaxon's relationship evolved.
Top international reviews
Sugar is still recovering from the psychological damage her parents and ex husband did to her.
Together they have to work through their problems to reach their HEA.
This is a well written book, with a new set of characters for us to get to know. We have met some of the fire fighters and I look forward to reading each of their stories in future books.
An enjoyable read.
But I did enjoy the read. It's a good beach or rainy day read.
A decent story to pass a few hours