Under Fire by Jo Davis (2009)

SINGLE TITLE: Romantic Suspense
SETTING: Contemporary US
SERIES: Book two in the Firefighters of Station Five series
HEROINE: Thirties old widowed exotic dancer and nurse

Zack fights fires and saves lives, yet his own thirst for life has run dry - until he comes to the rescue of a sharp-tongued exotic dancer named Corrine Shannon who soon has the normally shy hero burning out of control.

But just as they are consumed by flames of passion, they find themselves under fire from two relentless enemies with fifty million reasons to succeed. Can they withstand the heat while trying to save their own lives - or will their newfound romance be extinguished as fast as it began?

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The Romance Reader reviews Under Fire by Jo Davis (2009)

Cori is scarred from her past, but she’s been searching for a kind-hearted, sweet man to cherish her until she can really heal.

Zack is so hot, a strong leading man, and a real hero. He shoulders the burdens his father has left him with dignity, and suffers quietly. Zack is also a little bit of a geek, he still remembers being a pudgy nerd, which makes him even more endearing. He is also wildly romantic, having saved himself for the right woman and he’s quickly falling head over heels for Cori. Zack surprised me; he isn’t a typical male lead by any means, but he is a breath of fresh air. His inner musings bring the book to a deep, emotional level as he opens his battered heart to Cori without much thought to the real damage she could do with his vulnerability. (read more)

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