My world fell apart three years ago when my fiancée died, and I've been stuck ever since—only feeling alive when I’m fighting fires. So, when they yank me from the front lines and put me behind a desk, it feels like a part of me is dying too.
Along comes Tenley Hughes, waltzing into my life like she owns the place, I can’t stand her from the start. But it’s either collaborate with her on a city project or lose my job.
Getting her to agree with me is like trying to put out a fire with gasoline. She's too confident and her in-your-face attitude gets on my nerves. Plus, her good looks are a distraction that make it hard to focus when she's around. She lights a spark in me I haven't felt in years; and as much as we clash, I can't deny the pull between us.
But moving on from my past feels like a betrayal I'm not sure I'm ready to face. Or a risk I’m willing to take.
Series: San Soloman