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Burning Up (Hqn) by Susan Andersen

By Susan Andersen

Even though it has been years because the notorious Macy O'James stepped foot in Sugarville, Washington, all people recollects what she supposedly did. The tiny city remains to be humming approximately her crime and shortage of punishment. Now again to lend her relations a hand, Macy vows to carry her head high—especially at her highschool reunion. yet ignore the most well liked guy in Sugarville escorting her. even though she and hearth leader Gabriel Donovan generate sufficient sparks to burn down town, he is a law-abiding, line-toeing immediately arrow. So no longer her kind. yet maybe—just maybe—he can switch her brain approximately that.

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Oh, my God, Janny, I’m sorry! ” She snatched several tissues from the box on the dresser where she’d gotten the mirror. ” “No! ” A choked sound rose from Janna’s throat and she dashed the sides of her hands beneath her eyes. Then she let out a watery laugh. “Well, don’t I feel like an idiot. It’s just…I look like a woman again. For the first time since that car hit me and took off—no, since even before that, when Sean walked out—I look like an honest-to-gawd woman instead of somebody’s patient or a woman whose husband dumped her for a twenty-year-old or, I don’t know, whatever it is I’ve been these past six months.

The two men exchanged a look. “Not going that much above the limit,” Gabe commented laconically. ” Johnny nodded. ” “Still,” Johnny said. “Hot car, hotter driver, man. Blonde. ” “There is that,” he agreed, although how his friend could state the driver’s hair color, much less her hotness factor, from the one quick glimpse they’d gotten as she’d blown past was beyond him. He didn’t, however, doubt it was true. Johnny had eyes like a raptor when it came to the female portion of the human race. The deputy scratched a thumbnail across his jaw.

Yanking open the second drawer, he collected a clean pair of jeans, then strode to the closet and ripped a cotton shirt from its hanger. As he dressed, however, he found that merely thinking of the teacher he was scheduled to take out for a glass of wine smoothed over the minor irritations of his day. Because Grace was aptly named. She was quiet. Restful. Nice. All of which were attributes he appreciated more than he could say considering his early life with his tumultuous party-girl mom, the fury years after she’d abdicated her responsibilities by dumping him on the system, and his time in the Detroit FD, the last six years of which he’d spent as an arson investigator forever juggling too many fires and not enough hours in the day.

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