Read alsoRestraining Judicial Activism
Whereas Americans once enjoyed the finest fruits of judicial integrity, we now speak with distaste at the many unpalatable decisions served by our robed officials. Popular and long-standing religious expressions are muzzled; criminals are released on technicalities; jury verdicts are deemed irrelevant; the will of the people is ignored. All of…
Harm Reynolds didn’t ask to be the liaison between the firefighters’ union and the city, but he’s been thrust into the role. Even worse, his opponent in the negotiations is the new assistant mayor, the reputed Ice Queen, a heartless ball buster who doesn’t care if his men charge into fiery buildings with equipment that won’t work. He’s determined to prove a fireman can handle the Ice Queen.
Beth Edwards knows she’s reputed to be a heartless bitch, and in truth, she’s even used it to her advantage at times. She isn’t without compassion; she just doesn’t handle emotion well. And since she only has time for career plans and none for love, well, what does a nasty nickname matter?
Both Beth and Harm should know that playing with fire – whether it involves matches or love – is a dangerous thing to do.
Content Notes: Hot, Contemporary, Uniformed Heroes