Smolder by Tracy Solheim

Smolder

byTracy Solheim

Kobo ebook | June 7, 2016

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Former Army Ranger, Sam Gaskill, is starting over in Glacier Creek, Montana - far away from the plains of Texas and the memories of his late wife. Taking charge as the new captain of a squad of smoke jumpers should provide him with enough adrenaline to chase away the ghosts from his past. Until a sexy, green-eyed temptress with a sassy mouth enters the picture… 

Laurel Keenan, champion horsewoman, couldn’t wait to escape her hometown. But instead, an ailing mother and an unplanned pregnancy landed the impetuous dreamer right back on her father’s ranch. Laurel has managed to lead a quiet life with her young son—until she sets eyes on the tough guy with the sexy ass. 

Sam already failed one woman; he won’t trust his heart with another. And Laurel is determined not to risk her heart—or her son’s—on another thrill-seeker. Can their slow burn lead to a love that lasts?

Title:SmolderFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 7, 2016Publisher:Tule Publishing Group, LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1944925465

ISBN - 13:9781944925468

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smoldering in Montana Sam Gaskill is a highly skilled ex-soldier and smoke jumper. He relocates to Montana to start a new life and is definitely not looking to fall in love. Laurel Keenan is a single mom working hard to support her family and finish getting her degree. When Laurel's father arranges to work with Sam's late wife's horse it throws the two of them together and sparks begin to fly. Smolder is a story of new beginnings and the kind of love we all search for and if we are lucky, find. It was a beautiful story and I can't wait for the rest of this series. Smolder is the first book in The Firefighters of Montana series. I highly recommend reading this story, you won't be disappointed.
Date published: 2016-06-08