- File Size: 2743 KB
- Print Length: 252 pages
- Publisher: HarperImpulse (October 2, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 2, 2014
- Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ME1OWD4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #346,570 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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How to Seduce a Fireman (Wild Heat, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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What's a girl to do when her fireman skips her birthday party and packs up to leave? If you're a Wolford, you relentlessly hunt your prey.
Book 2 in Vonnie Davis's Wild Heat series brings the heat! You know how football teams douse their coaches in ice? Yeah, you're gonna need all that and then some, unless you've got a willing partner handy to take it out on. Oh, the flames!
Cassie Wolford is a small business owner, adult orphan and baby sister of a tightknit clan, including two very protective big brothers who are both firemen. There's also an adopted brother from their firehouse, who is equally protective, her best friend - and the object of her affections. And cute little Cassie just turned twenty-one. Can she convince Quinn to be her first and last? He runs hot and cold on her. What the heck will it take to seduce this infernal fireman?
Since joining the Wolford brothers' fire station, Quinn Gallagher has spent nearly every free moment with his Marine Rescue Unit Commander's family, much of it with Cassie, who unknowingly holds his heart in hers. No other woman compares to her, yet out of respect, he's treated her like a kid sister. Now that she's of age, she's coming after him - and someone from his past is coming after her. Quinn must decide how best to protect the only woman he will ever love: should he stay or should he go? Either way, the consequences will last forever.
Wolf and his brother Jace, joined the fire department in the Search and Rescue department, and there they met Quin Gallagher, who had no family living in Florida, so they took him in and treated him as family. On her 18th birthday, her siblings gave her party, and Quin was invited, Cassie immediately fell in love with Quin, who since that day treated her like a baby sister. He jogged with her, scuba dived and spent a lot of his days off with her.
Quin was carrying a heavy load of his own, but always managed to hide it from his co-workers, but most importantly from Cassie. When he first graduated Harvard, he started working for the State Department, where his father worked also. With the help of his father's good name with the department, he got an assignment as a leader of a team, that was going to Chile, on a temporary mission with the DEA. Unfortunately for him, one of the two Chilean's that they recruited to be on his team, was a beautiful woman, with who he began an affair with, while still in Chile. Once he found most of his team, except for one dead, he knew he had a mole in his team, and once confronted, she confessed that she was indeed a mole that told the Chilean drug lord where to find his team. To justify his team's death, after telling her he loved her, he ended up killing her, he walked around with this quilt for a long time, with flashbacks, and troubling PTSD, to make matters worse, his father ended up disowning him, forbidding him to ever call him father, or dad again. His relationship with his father was always strained but now it was non'existent, he even forbade him from speaking to his mother, but he knew his father's work hours, and spoke to her during working hours.
Now he sees Cassie as the 21 year old young woman she is, and something different than brotherly love stirs in him. but there was a 7 year age difference between, he denied his feelings for her, at least to her face. He felt sullied and thought she could do better than him for a mate. Not to mention he didn't want to jeopardize his friendship with her brothers if things didn't work out.
This book is more than a love story, it's a adventure into the mind psych of how we all have our demons to fight, and meet head on, in order to move forward. I highly suggest you read this book you wont' be disappointed. Happy reading!
I've enjoyed every one of Ms. Davis's books, so I knew I'd love this one too. She gave us two characters with explosive personalities and somehow wove them together in a sweet and caring love story. Then she left us wanting more. I can't wait for the next installment featuring these hunky firemen! Great book!
Cassie's all fire and spice, a likable girl that knows just what--or who--she wants: broken hero, Quinn . For three years, she's harbored feelings for Quinn--and they've become inseparable best friends. On her 21st birthday, Cassie decides once and for all that Quinn will be hers. But the man has a past that is bound to catch up with him...sooner rather than later. No matter how much he loves Cassie, Quinn decides she's better off without him, and he makes plans to leave Clearwater. Unfortunately, his decision puts Cassie in harm's way. He'll stop at nothing to protect her.
I loved these characters, and the dynamic between the whole cast of firemen, and even the nosy neighbors, works. In Leathers, the German Shepherd and the elderly neighbor lady made the whole book, and Ms. Davis does the same with Seduce--this time with a furball cat and a hilarious old neighbor that's hellbent on giving Quinn advice. I loved the romance part of the book, and the suspense/mystery part of the plot really didn't need to be added. With Quinn's past, it would have worked just fine to have Cassie break down Quinn's wall. Overall, I loved these characters together--with hot bedroom scenes and lots of action, this is a book I'd definitely read again.