Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
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Available August 2, 2016
He could be the man to rescue her
Big city K-9 cop Ronan McGuire loves women, loves his dog, loves his job—but when old flame Maddy Morgan moves into his jurisdiction, he can’t think about anyone else. Ronan knows she’s way out of his league, but he’s determined to help Maddy live life to the fullest.
In more ways than one
With tragedy in her past, Maddy has immersed herself in work and swiftly made a name for herself in the hot New York City real estate market. She’s looking for safety, not love, but Ronan McGuire is as persistent as he is sexy, and his crooked smile is hard to resist. But all other concerns are wiped away when Maddy goes missing and Ronan and his bloodhound K-9 partner are tasked with finding her and bringing her home.
- Series: The McGuire Brothers (Book 2)
- Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (August 2, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1402293704
- ISBN-13: 978-1402293702
“Yo, Maddy.” The increasingly irritating voice of Chris Drummond shot into the room as he barged in. “That blonde, the Brenda chick—are you gonna to take her out to an Open House this weekend or should I? And what about those newlyweds? I know you’ve been slammed. I could take them out to see the new listings if you want.”
“Hang on, Jordan,” Maddy said tightly.
She covered the phone with her hand and leveled an irritated gaze at her colleague. She knew that Terrence, the owner of the realty house, had hired Drummond because he had an amazing reputation for selling and one of the best portfolios in the business, but he was a letch. A letch that thought anyone with boobs wanted him. Maddy had learned a long time ago that big talent usually meant even bigger egos.
Unfortunately, this talent was also turning out to be an asshole. She had already reported him once to Terrence for inappropriate advances on the young women in the office. Big talent or not, she was getting tired of him and his misogynistic bullshit. And lately there had been attempts to steal her clients.
“Did you happen to notice that my door was closed?”
He leaned in the doorway with his casual arrogance. Tall, slim, well dressed, and always perfectly coiffed, he was considered good looking by most. But the air of entitlement he wore like a cloak was a turn-off as far as Maddy was concerned. Besides, she would never date a colleague.
“I’m on a call.”
“Right.” He jutted his thumb over his shoulder. “Anyway, should I take that Brenda chick out and uh…show her the ropes? We could take the newlyweds, the uh…”
“The Bartholemews,” Maddy finished for him. “No. I can handle my client list. Thank you.”
“Fine, then let me take Brenda out.”
The smarmy smile on his face gave Maddy pause. He’d been hitting on the assistants, who were savvy New Yorkers and more than capable of handling themselves, but now he was moving on to the young realtor. Brenda was a recent college grad from the mid-west. She was pretty, smart, and naive.
A prime target for a guy like Drummond.
Brave the Heat is for you if you like:
* A scorching hot fire fighter struggling with his dark past
* A tough-as-nails heroine determined to protect her family
* A small town ready to ignite
* And a second chance at love that may just save them all
Jordan McKenna is back in town, and Fire Chief Gavin Maguire’s feelings when he sees her after all these years are as raw as the day she left. Then he was just a kid wearing his heart on his sleeve. Now he spends every day trying to atone for the tragedy he couldn’t prevent.
Jordan’s life has not exactly worked out the way she expected. A divorced mother of two with a failed acting career, Jordan’s biggest concern about coming back to Old Brookfield was seeing her first love. But when a series of suspicious fires breaks out, Jordan and Gavin realize that dealing with the sparks between them may be the least dangerous of their problems.
The McGuire Brothers Series:
Brave the Heat, Book 1
Trouble Walks In, Book 2
Reviewers love Sara Humphreys:
“Sizzling sexual chemistry that is sure to please.” –Yankee Romance Reviewers
“Steamy love scenes… intriguing plot… the reader will be entertained.” –Fresh Fiction
“Awesome… captivates the reader with action and romance.” –Rom Fan Reviews
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No road trips this year!
I would love to but not this summer.
Nancy Burgess says
No road trips this summer.
Jenn McElroy says
Heading from NY to FL with my husband and daughters in August.
Carol L says
I wish but no, no road trips this summer. Sounds like an enjoyable read.
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Diane Sallans says
Probably going to Virginia in a couple weeks and the beach (tbd) in September.
Linda H says
Maybe to Gettysburg in October and the Outer Banks for Thanksgiving.
dianne casey says
I will probably take a trip to Michigan, mostly staying put this summer.
As a matter of fact, yes. My son is moving out of state for grad school and we’re helping him get there.
SHELLEY S says
I WISH BUT NONE FOR ME THIS TIME. THANKS FOR THE CHANCE!
No road trips planned for me.
Linda Henderson says
No, I won’t be doing any road trips this year. I’d certainly like to though.
Linda Henderson says
No, I’m not taking any road trips this year. I would certainly like to though.
Amanda Frank says
No road trips planned for this girl
Rachel B says
My fiance and I drove 10 hours from our home to our cruise twice. Lots of fun there!
Texas Book Lover says
No read trips for me…
I am planning to drive to the beach this summer.
Would love to have this as a read for my upcoming road trip.
Daniel M says
nope not going anywhere
Linda Moffitt says
No we had to move abruptly and will be a couple more years before we can have a Big Vacation that involves a road trip worthy vaca
No, we’re not planning on taking any road trips this summer.
Viki S. says
I’d love to go home to NY in August but not looking good right now :(.