HEY MY SEXY PEEPS!
GUESS WHAT I'M WORKING ON NOW!
YEP! YOU GUESSED IT!
THE FOURTH ENTRY OF THE FIREHOUSE DIARIES!
This entry is from Korina Morgan, friend of Rheagan Baumy Polanski from the third entry, "Born of Fireworks", and the newest addition to Fire Station #12. Kori is a fiery red head who, from her debut in Bennett, Colorado at Jake and Rheagan's double wedding with Max and Sera, has driven Chris Patterson out of his mind wanting her.
Kori, recently divorced and looking for no relationship with anyone, transfers from her department in LA to Station #12 to be near her sister, Skye. Things heat up her first day at the firehouse when she is partnered with Chris Patterson, the man who hit on her at Rheagan's wedding. She thought him obnoxious then, but now...obnoxious doesn't even begin to describe him. He tries to seduce Kori at every turn and his self-centered ego does nothing more than anger Kori and push her away. The real problem is that Kori has never been more attracted to a man as she is to Chris. She not only has to fight him off, but she has to fight her own desire to submit to his Dominant nature.
Chris Patterson was the new kid on the block until Korina Morgan showed up. He'd only been assigned to Station #12 for a few months and in that time had become good friends with several of the crew members. He'd been considered the life of the party anywhere he went and was used to girls falling all over him. But, Kori Morgan was an exception. She didn't seem to fall for any of his tricks and wanted nothing to do with him. He couldn't figure her out. But, giving up isn't in his nature. He wants her and he is determined to have her. She is a nasty little spoiled brat of a red head and he yearns to see her beautiful ass pink from a good spanking. Why this particular woman drives him totally insane he doesn't understand. But, he has to have her and he is willing to do whatever it takes to win her. Body, heart and soul.
This book will be available sometime in the Fall of 2013. Until then, check out the first three entries of The Firehouse Diaries:
McKenna Phelps has taken her morning run on the same route for the last two years for one reason, Fire Station #12. Her closest friend, Chance Raeburn, is a firefighter there, but so is "he", Matthew "Burning Hot" Rain, the man McKenna lusted after and had wet dreams about every night. She's made a habit of stopping at the firehouse each morning Chance and his team were there for a bottle of water. One particular morning, the other six firemen had errands to run and she found herself all alone with Matthew and to her surprise, he had hungry eyes, all for her.
Matthew Rain had been watching McKenna for the past six months. She was always smiling and cheerful, a breath of fresh air and seeing her every morning before work began was a very good way to start the day. He'd flirt with her and throw her hints of his attraction to her, but all of the guys flirted with her, so he couldn't make her see that he truly wanted her. Then his luck changed and he was left to man the station while the rest of the team split up to run errands, and "she" was there, all alone with him. He had no choice but to make his move right then and there if he wanted to make her his.
Sparks flew and a fire started between them that left them both wanting more. But, assumptions sent McKenna running for the door and leaving Matthew burning with desire, confusion and pain. He'd been burned before, but with McKenna Phelps, it was a different kind of burn.
This steaming hot short story is the beginning of a long line of diary entries from both McKenna and other hotties in this ongoing series of "The Firehouse Diaries".
Maximus Alvares moved to the states from Coahuila Mexico six years ago in pursuit of his lifelong dream of becoming a firefighter. He worked hard to put himself through school and is now proudly living that dream and has made a very decent life for himself. But, a new dream taunts him with every visit to the firehouse from Miss Serafina Torres, the most beautiful woman Max has ever seen. He wants her even more than he wanted to be a firefighter, but his self-esteem gets in the way of pursuing that dream. He thought Sera was too good for him because he came from a very poor family, so he thought there was no way she would ever want to be with him.
Serafina Torres had lived in America for nine and a half years. She'd moved with her family from Nuevo Leon Mexico her senior year in high school. She became good friends with McKenna Phelps and two of the firefighters at Station 12. She and McKenna and would visit them occasionally. When Max was first stationed there, he took her breath away with his beauty and humble charm. It'd been six months since they first met and he still had not made one move toward her. Sera wasn't the kind of girl to make the first move, but enough was enough. If he's too shy to ask her out, then she'll have to take matters into her own hands.
When Sera finds Max alone in the locker room, she takes her chance and begins her sweet seduction of the red hot fireman, but Max turns the tables on her and once given the green light, he seduces her in more ways than one. First, he takes her to a magical place and makes sweet tender love to her, then he turns into a savage beast when released from his bonds of humility and unworthiness and shows his darker side that he didn't even know existed, taking Sera for a wild yet very arousing ride.
Things get hot and steamy with these two and all of Max's bonds are broken and a new bond is made, with Sera.
This burning hot story is the second entry of "The Firehouse Diaries", but definitely not the last.
Just out of a bad two year relationship, her paraplegic mother dying of heart failure and her criminal attorney father in prison the past six years for taking bribes, Rheagan Baumy has had enough. With the job she loves in LA offering a chance to move back to her home town of Bennett, Colorado, Rheagan plans to visit her long time best friend, Serafina Torres, who still lives there, for a couple of weeks to get the ball rolling on her move. With the pictures and stories that Sera would email, Rheagan planned to have a hot summer fling with one of her mess of smoking hot firefighter friends she was always talking about. From the looks of these hunks in the pictures, any one of them would serve her purpose. But, when Jake Polanski enters the equation, her plans quickly change to more than just a fling. One look from him and she’s like hot molten lava.
Jake Polanski has been a fireman at Station #12 for the past couple of years and had become good friends with each member of the crew. He’d already been friends with Chance Raeburn since college, along with Sera Torres and McKenna Phelps. He’d had his share of beautiful women, but never anything serious enough to be a steady relationship. He never had the desire to have one either. But once he laid eyes on the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen, the desire for something more in his life came crashing down on him like a meteor. Having Rheagan Baumy was all he could think about from the moment he saw her walking toward him in that damned bikini at the Fourth of July celebration at the lake. With the whole crew there gawking at her as if they'd never seen a woman before, Jake's protective and possessive instincts kicked in and he made his move the first chance he had.
Fireworks exploded, both in the night sky and between Jake and Rhea. Their feelings for one another morph into something much bigger than they ever imagined. But, danger lurks nearby and triggers catastrophe. Lives are endangered, including Rhea's. Trapped by flames deep in the woods by the lake in a cave, she fears death and never seeing Jake again. But, when he comes to her rescue only to be trapped by the raging inferno, as well, a misunderstanding throws a monkey wrench into Jake's plan to make her his for good. Under Rhea's misconception that Jake only wanted a good time with her, he flew into an angry rage and unwittingly attacked her. After realizing his mistake, anguish and shame cover him and when Rhea retreats in fear, all hope of having her in his life is lost.
Will hope find its way back and allow Rhea to forgive Jake? Can Jake forgive himself for hurting the only woman he'd ever loved and only wanted to protect? Would he be able to convince her to stay if he did forgive himself?