Also by this author: Sisters in Love, Lovers At Heart, Destined For Love, Friendship on Fire
Series: The Remingtons #6
Also in this series: Game of Love, Stroke of Love, Flames of Love, Slope of Love
Published by World Literary Press on 18th May 2016
Genres: Chicklit, Erotica, Love & Romance
Source: for a Blog Tour
Fiercely independent Janie Jansen has always believed there were worse things in life than being blind, and she’s spent her life proving it. She’s moved away from her overprotective parents, built a life in New York City, and is one of the top technical editors in her company. That is, until an unfortunate accident turns her life upside down and she’s forced to give up the very independence she’s worked so hard to achieve.
Firefighter Boyd Hudson pushed past his tragic past and is weeks away from accomplishing his ultimate dream—being accepted into medical school. His intense focus on his goal while working three jobs has taken its toll. With a trail of failed relationships behind him, Boyd is painstakingly aware of his limitations and avoids girlfriends completely—a difficult task given his attraction to one of his co-workers.
When Boyd comes to Janie’s rescue, she’s forced to accept his help, and Janie discovers there’s more to the sexy-sounding office flirt than one-liners. Their connection deepens as Janie heals, but it turns out that Janie isn’t the only one who needs healing. Boyd’s painful past comes back to haunt him, threatening their relationship and forcing Boyd to reevaluate everything he knows about himself.
Thank you to Lisa for letting me take part in this tour. I love Melissa’s books and I couldn’t wait to get started on this one.
I’ve loved all of Melissa’s characters but something about Janie stuck with me. She is so strong willed and independant that you don’t even think about feeling sorry for her. She wouldn’t allow that. Janie is someone that you want to be friends with because she is just so inspirational.
Boyd Hudson is a tasty fireman with a big heart. He’s always thinking about his family and doing what he thinks is best for them, even when it gets him in trouble.
These two are so perfect for each other you can’t help but egg them on. Melissa has done a wonderful job of creating these two and describing the difficulties of Janie’s blindness.
I really loved Boyd’s family and I hope we get to catch up with them again.
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