From award-winning author Amy Knupp’s Texas Firefighters series, three sexy heroes and the women who win them over come together in this bundle of romance stories (two short stories and one novella).
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“Author Amy Knupp has captured this reader’s heart with her emotional and heartfelt novels. Her characters make you feel like a close friend and her small-town charming cast makes the reader want to visit…. I am certain you will want to read more from this outstanding author.” —Donna Zapf, Cataromance.com
Impulse (approximately 53 pages):
Wild nights are a thing of Dr. Sawyer Culver’s past—and a rare thing, at that. So why, when he’s on the verge of finally doing his family proud, does he make his most impulsive mistake yet?
Salsa dancer Mariah Jackson lives to the beat of her own drum. A self-professed flirt, she’s never been one to set her sights on any specific man. Until Sawyer bursts into her life…and her bedroom. Now it’s up to her to convince him to embrace the life he really wants.
Slow Burn (approximately 55 pages):
Zoe Griffin has a fresh new life…a hard-earned doctorate degree and a burgeoning nutritionist practice in Colorado. The only thing missing is the man she fell in love with.
Cooper Flannagan did “new life” ad nauseum as an Army brat and shudders at the very mention of change. His fellow firefighters on San Amaro Island, Texas, are his family. He’s dug his roots deep, and he finally feels like he belongs. Then Zoe walks back into his life…and sometimes, it turns out, there’s more than one path to belonging.
Fire Within (approximately 111 pages):
Environmental engineer/architect Sophie Alexander’s life blueprints have always centered on being solo, professionally and personally. Thanks to a less-than-stellar (aka majorly dysfunctional) family, she trusts no one and prefers to be alone…until she nearly dies alone.
Firefighter and eternal bachelor Nate Rottinghaus falls for Sophie the minute he lays eyes on her—while rescuing her from a burning building. Her defenses are down, but are his feelings enough to help her move beyond her past and embrace the fire within?