Reduced to Ashes


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She burned out a long time ago but can the man she hates help her find herself again?

Anyone who meets her will say that Victoria Jones has a chip on her shoulder. And they'd be right. The tough-as-nails firefighter doesn't take any crap from anyone and keeps herself locked away from even those she's closest to. Plagued by what happened years before when she trusted all too easy, she refuses to make that mistake again.

Evan Coleman has dedicated his life to doing good in the world. The narcotics detective has a lot of regrets from things he's seen and parts he's played in the past, but he's determined to do right moving forward. He puts those he loves first and is always willing to lend a helping hand.

When Tori and Evan come face-to-face after seven years, all she feels is animosity while he's filled with guilt. She wants nothing to do with the detective while he's determined to prove to the firefighter that he's not the man she once thought he was.

Letting Evan in means allowing the walls Tori built to come down. Teaching her to trust again becomes a task he wants to take on. Between house fires, soccer games, drug investigations, and meddling friends, the two of them have to decide if they even stand a chance.

Does playing with fire mean that you're bound to get burned?

Please note that this book discusses mature topics (including dissemination of an intimate image and drug abuse.) It is intended for readers 18 years and older.

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