Nothing is hotter than desire...
Raised as an Army brat, bush pilot Lyndie Anderson has always been independent - and alone. Living only for her plane and the open sky, she eagerly rushes to help save the people of a small Mexican town from a raging wildfire.Yet when her cargo is a drop-dead gorgeous fireman, Lyndie suddenly feels a burning desire -one that may ground her for the first time in her life.
Firefighter Griffin Moore has been haunted by the loss of his crew in an Idaho inferno. Scarred by survivor's guilt, he became a recluse who hid himself away from working - or being close to anyone. But when his brother convinces him to volunteer for another fire, he encounters a brave, beautiful woman who sparks a simmering passion. Now, in the hot, dangerous conflagration of the Mexican jungle, Griffin and Lyndie must discover a way to rescue a town - and a love that may save them.
What did you like best about White Heat? What did you like least?
Liked the story of a firefighter. The same story repeats as the fire he fights has flare ups after he returns home, twice.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The storyline of an army brat and firefighter was intriguing.
Any additional comments?
I love series and this author however considering how this story dragged I hesitate to get the next book in the series.
This was a nice break. Like the twists and turns in the plot. Narration was very good. On to the second book in the series.