After being shot in the line of duty, Tara Mcintyre's dream of being a police officer comes to an end. Looking to start over, Tara takes her cousin's advice and decides to move to Inferno, the quiet little town she already considers home. Ready to forge a new path for herself, Tara struggles to move on with her life and find a new job that she loves as much as she did being a cop.
Inferno's sheriff, Blake Turner, is trying to figure out the unexplained occurrences that keep happening in his quiet menage town. Someone is deliberately trying their hardest to hurt the ones he cares about, and Blake won't rest until he discovers who it is and stops them. Inferno's fire chief, Logan Turner, can't help the instant spark he feels the minute he first lays eyes on Tara Mcintyre when she first comes into town. Logan and Blake are cousins who were starting to give up hope of ever finding the woman they wanted to spend the rest of their lives with, until they meet Tara.
Blake and Logan Turner can't wait to claim the
feisty wildcat Tara, but can she let her guard down and allow them into her
heart? Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between
or among cousins.
TEMPTING INFERNO (Book 3)
Serena Pierce is back in Inferno for the first time in years. She planned on only being back long enough to see her friend Kasey get married. She hadn't planned on the instant attraction that simmers between her and Inferno's hot and sexy bikers, Mick and Ryder.
Ryder Hudson is tired of life on the open road. Serena's arrival in town could be the reason he's been looking for to finally settle down. Mick Warner's life is in Inferno, and after meeting Serena he's ready to do anything to keep the woman who has captured his heart from leaving town. His happiness lies with her and Ryder, and he wants nothing more than to convince them both to stay and make a life together. Serena is tired of being lonely, but staying in Inferno isn't going to be easy.
Will she allow her past to get in the way of the happiness she has longed for so long?