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Burning Up

Anne Marsh

ISBN 9780758266811
Publish Date 10/30/2012
Format Trade Paperback
Categories Brava, Contemporary

It takes a special kind of hero to be a smoke jumper. To take the greatest risks. To live or die in the raging heat of the moment. And it takes a special kind of woman to love him…

Where There’s Smoke…

For Jack Donovan, smoke jumping is a way of life. He lives for the adrenaline rush—the thrill of flying over the burning California hills, the intensity of diving straight into the inferno, the glory of taming the forces of nature. Love is a distant ember compared to the feeling he gets fighting fires—until an emergency call from his hometown brings him face to face with the one woman he can’t forget…

There’s Fire

Lily never got over the handsome rogue who once kissed her senseless—and then left. She vowed she was done with love-’em-and-leave-’em men and small town life. Until a series of malicious fires set by a stalker has her running home to hide. Now, their summer is heating up as Jack fights to save her from the stalker's fiery threats and to convince her to give the passion between them a second chance.

“White hot suspense and a drop dead sexy hero!” —New York Times bestselling author Roxanne St. Claire

Anne Marsh’s novels are:

“Smoking hot.” —Fiction Vixen

“Sexually charged.” —Bookaholics

“Superb.” —Midwest Book Review

About Anne Marsh:

After ten years of graduate school and too many degrees, Anne Marsh escaped to become a technical writer. When not planted firmly in front of the laptop translating Engineer into English, Anne enjoys gardening, running (even if it’s just to the 7-11 for Slurpees), and reading books curled up with her kids. The best part of writing romance, however, is finally being able to answer the question: “So…what do you do with a PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures?” She lives in Northern California with her husband, two kids and four cats.


Photo Credit: Julie Cheshire Photography

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