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Five Alarm Alphas (Contest)
Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

The winner of the gift certificate (chosen by a random number generator) is…Karen!

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Five Alarm Alphas
Does that cover look hot enough to you? Love me some fireman!

Yes, it’s another box set full of sexy men. This time all the stories are centered around a hot fireman or two. And the price can’t be beat. It’s just $.99—for a very short time! So, you know you have to scoop it up now.

Check out the sexy line up…

Men Hotter Than Fire!!!
Eight Scorching HOT Brand New Stories

Feeding the Flames ~ Leah Braemel: When chef Tabatha Morgan returns to Barnett Springs, her burning crush on firefighter Zac Buchanan flares back to life. Trouble is, Zac has made a promise to keep his distance from Tabby, so Zac’s best friend and fellow firefighter Quinn decides to help feed the flames of their mutual desire.

Combustible ~ Lexxie Couper: Arson investigator, Desmond Russell is the best in Australia. Cool, calm and collected, nothing ruffles him. Until he meets Outback fire brigade captain, Jess Montgomery, a woman who ignites all his sexual desires. The initial spark will engulf them both…but will their hearts survive the inferno?

Wet Down ~ Delilah Devlin: Out with the old, in with the new…Or so Sherry Thacker thinks. Problem is, her ex is always on her mind and right across the street. When a “Wet Down” ceremony to retire an old fire truck is planned by the city council she has to put aside her hurt and anger and do her job. Blake Thacker wants his wife back—in every way and he’ll use whatever means necessary to win her back. Sex is always best served WET.

Two to Spark ~ Marie Harte: When a psychic predicts that a faulty toaster, a black cat, and the wrong address will bring Cooper together with Ms. Right, he shrugs off the notion as crazy. But before long, fate has something else in store for the sexy firefighter when a spark of attraction ignites into true love.

Controlled Burn ~ Desiree Holt: Montana Wade was home after writing off the past ten years of her life, but she needed one more night of courage before she faced her family. Boone Crider, hotshot firefighter, was burned out form the rash of malicious fires. They thought one night as strangers would cure them both, but the fire they started between them soon became a barely controlled burn.

Up In Smoke ~ Lissa Matthews: Half-brothers, Josh and Jay, share everything from a house, to a love of curvy, older women. So when their dream woman accidentally sets her kitchen on fire, they ride to her rescue, sirens blaring, promising to kindle flames that may never be extinguished.

Rekindled ~ Cari Quinn: Some blazes refuse to be contained. It’s been months since ex-firefighter Katie Kemp has spoken to her former lover and squad mate, Dash Carlton. But when a late night drive down memory lane leads her to a small fire at Dash’s house, she realizes she’s not willing to turn her back on the hottest flame of her life.

Into the Fire ~ Shelli Stevens: Shannon has always prided herself on holding her own in the male dominated field of firefighting. She likes to be in control. Until she strikes a bargain with a sexy man from her past who makes her give it all up in the bedroom.

They all sound great, don’t they? And they are all written by authors you can trust to show you a good time. We, the authors, hope you’ll love the collection so much you’ll be moved to post a review once you’ve read it and you’ll tell a friend, because that’s really the only way to make a book a success.

Tell me what you love about firemen, and you might
win a $5 gift certificate from Amazon.com!

 

12 comments to “Five Alarm Alphas (Contest)”

  1. Stacy Wilson
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      · November 11th, 2014 at 8:26 am · Link

    What I love about firemen….besides having smokin hot bodies? (pun very much intended) Their bravery. Their dedication to their career…it’s not a job, as I was told by fire fighter friends years ago. It takes a special person to be a fireman (or woman) and I know I could never have done what they do daily.

    Stacy Wilson
    dragn_lady at yahoo.com



  2. jc
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      · November 11th, 2014 at 9:15 am · Link

    Their hearts courage patience and willingness to help no matter what



  3. jc
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      · November 11th, 2014 at 9:16 am · Link

    Their hearts courage patience and willingness to help no matter what
    Bless their hearts and families



  4. Enikö
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      · November 11th, 2014 at 9:24 am · Link

    I agree, the cover does look hot, bought it the day it released. Can’t wait to start reading it.
    Firefighters are special people, I love their big hearts and selflessness to help others, sometimes paying the ultimate price.



  5. Savonna
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      · November 11th, 2014 at 11:54 am · Link

    I love their courage, dedication and selflessness! And let’s be real, they make that uniform look hot!! 😉



  6. Karen
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      · November 11th, 2014 at 2:29 pm · Link

    My brother is a firefighter so I can appreciate what he and his co-workers experience on the job. It’s not only fighting fires, but responding to life and death situations that can take a real toll emotionally. I have the utmost love and respect for all firefighters for their emotional strength and courage.



  7. Daun Ann Korty
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      · November 12th, 2014 at 12:10 am · Link

    Pre-ordered the box set. Got it when it came out. 😆 I love about firemen is that they are very brave, dedicated and their patience to handle a fire.



  8. Mary Preston
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      · November 12th, 2014 at 2:34 am · Link

    Firemen are real life heroes. I have met a few in my time & was blown away by how humble they actually are. Just dedicated.



  9. Lisa J
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      · November 12th, 2014 at 9:51 am · Link

    My nephew is a volunteer fireman. He trains hard and has been a hero too many times to count. He spent hours diving into a lake in the middle of a Minnesota January night trying to save a two-year old girl. He was heartbroken when she couldn’t be revived. But, he did help to rescue the mother, father, and a four year old sibling.



  10. Pat Freely
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      · November 12th, 2014 at 11:03 am · Link

    Firefighters walk into a hell that most of us would run from. They do it willingly and bravely. They saved my life when I had a heart attack. I have the utmost respect for all of them.



  11. Amber Lovvorn
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      · November 12th, 2014 at 7:10 pm · Link

    I guess what I like aabout firefighters is that they put their life’s on the line to save others…and they look hot in their turnout gear lol.

    Loved this box set!



  12. Delilah
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      · November 13th, 2014 at 10:48 am · Link

    Thanks to everyone who played! There is a lot to love about firefighters. Lisa, thanks for sharing your nephew’s experience! He sounds like quite a guy.

    The winner of the gift certificate (chosen by a random number generator) is…Karen! Congrats, Karen, and I’ll be in touch shortly!