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Heat by Karen Foley (Firefighters of Montana #4)

Heat by Karen Foley
Reviewed by Helen

This is book four in this series and all I can say is woohoo I loved this one as much as the first three in the series what's not to love about a hot smokejumper who has such a caring way about him and knows how to love a lady. This is Tyler Dodson's story he has been married and divorced is settled in Glacier Creek Montana has a block of land that he is planning on building a home for himself he has been burnt once and doesn't plan on doing that again although that is probably about to change when he is working on one of the biggest wildfires they have seen for a while and is called in to rescue a family in the path of the fire and when he meets the daughter of the owner of the wolf sanctuary there is more heat caused by the spark from them and not just the fire.

Callie McClain has returned home to Montana from California to care for her father after he has had a heart attack her Dad runs a wolf sanctuary and they are both vets but they do not have a close relationship and when the fire turns fast and puts them and the wolves in the path the smokejumpers turn up to rescue them and one smokejumper in particular brings further heat to Callie but things are happening too fast to for everyone and Callie just makes it off the mountain with her very ill father and some of the wolves but the firefighter is not forgotten.

This is a fabulous story MS Foley has bought the fear and suspense of the fire out on the pages and shoes how destructive they can be but she has also opened up a journey to a HEA for Tyler and Callie one that is sensual and so very thoughtful considering all that they are going through and the distance they live from each other. This one is beautifully written and was the first one I have read of MS Foley's but it won't be the last. I am very much enjoying this series and look forward to the next one.

5/5 stars for a great story
Published June 28th 2016 by Tule Publishing