Hey, everyone! It’s been a couple months since I’ve blogged because I totally flaked out last month and remembered the day AFTER my blog date. At least I remembered to do things like feed my kids and put pants on…
In the past I’ve done a whole wagon-load of hero types. Everything from bikers to loggers, firemen and cowboys. I took a break from firemen but then inspiration struck! And I was back on the fireman lust. This is similar to blood lust that vampires feel but it has to do with people who start drooling at the mere thought of a hot, rugged male running into a burning building to save lives.
My latest series Up in Flames is 3 books coming in March, April and May. 3 shorts for a small price ($2.99). Each story has its own set of characters and a happily ever after (or does it…?) but the series has an overreaching conflict.
An arsonist. A serial arsonist who nearly gets several of the East Street fire crew killed. Here’s a bit from Jagger…
In book 2 we have a little extra heat in the kitchen…
YEP! It’s a two-fer-one deal! You get Gabriel and Joey all rolled into one yummy package. Check my website for buy links when they become available and keep an eye out for my brand new RODEO series coming in April!
Now for a little teaser of New Recruit:
Half-naked firemen everywhere. And not only were man chests rippling as they washed cars for every woman who drove past, their flesh glistened with water droplets.
As Hanna watched Jagger peer into a car window to accept some cash, she let her gaze skate all over his muscled body. His jeans hung low on his hips, his steel-toed boots darkened from the overspray of water.
When he smiled at the driver, Hanna waited for the shock of jealousy that would have resulted from an encounter like this with Dominic. But none came. Curiously, took a step closer. Five seconds ago she’d felt Jagger was no different from her ex. So why the sudden change?
Maybe it was the fact that Jagger had smiled at the woman, taken her money for her car wash, and then straightened and walked away. He hadn’t been flirting or showing extra interest. Dominic would have come away with her number.
A shout sounded, and she looked around just as one of the firefighters lifted the hose into the air and doused five other guys who were standing around talking. As if of one mind, they started walking toward the man who’d drenched them, big arms swinging at their sides and muscles rolling.
“No wonder Gabriel comes home with a boner every day,” Joey said.
She laughed. “Does it bother you that he would find some of these guys attractive?”
“Look at them. There’s no way to avoid how built they are, and I’d be looking if I worked here.”
“Do they know he’s gay?”
“He isn’t gay,” Joey said absently, staring in another direction. She couldn’t blame him. There was so much gorgeousness to take in. The one female firefighter from East Street stood off to the side, scrubbing a black truck. She wore a firehouse T-shirt and cutoffs but at some point had been wet to the skin.
“What do you mean Gabriel isn’t gay?” She pitched her voice lower so as not to out him if he wasn’t already.
“He’s had both male and female lovers.”
Damn, maybe she’d chosen the wrong fireman. But when she spotted Jagger strolling back across the parking lot with a bucket in hand, her body screamed that no, she’d definitely picked the right man.
He glanced up and caught sight of her. Set down the bucket and continued that predatory strut toward her that hardened her nipples and made her panties instantly worthless.
Thank you so much for stepping away from your favorite cowboys today and trying on a new hot hero for size!