The Life of a Firefighter: Five Things Most of Us Don’t know by Jesse Davis of the Clayton Volunteer Fire Department and Kim Redford, Author of Cowboy Firefighter Heat
Jesse Davis of the Clayton Volunteer Fire Department generously shared his firefighting expertise with Kim Redford and Night Owl Romance.
Firefighters are first responders, because they also get called out to assist during tornadoes and other significant weather events.
Firefighters are at risk, but their families are too, since they share the burden of what might happen in dangerous situations.
Firefighters are strong, because to save lives and property is more stressful than they will ever let on.
Firefighters are a finite asset, since there is a limit to how many can be in the fire departments of some towns.
Firefighters consider friends and family their most valuable resource outside of the fire department, because community support is vital to their heroic actions.
Cowboy Firefighter Heat - Smokin' Hot Cowboys, #6
She's back and hotter than ever. Good thing this firefighting cowboy can handle the sparks.
When country singer Fern Bryant returns to her cabin in Wildcat Hall Park, the last thing she expects to find is Craig Thorne in her home...asleep in her bed. Fern had big dreams, and chasing those dreams required sacrifices. Unfortunately, Craig was the cowboy singer and firefighter she left behind. Much to her surprise, now they're the co-owners of her beloved Wildcat Hall Park.
Craig hasn't seen Fern since she left Wildcat Bluff County and him to sing on a cruise ship. When she storms back into town, the sparks between the two aren't only rekindled but burn hotter than ever. As long days turn into long nights, Craig is determined to show Fern that she belongs in Wildcat Bluff...and his arms.
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