Her mother's house was first. Then her brother's. County prosecutor Tricia Jamison is sure she's next on the arsonist's list. But who is after her family? And why does every fire throw her in Noah Brust's path?
Noah can't forgive Tricia. Her failure to protect him on the stand the previous year meant his father's reputation was ruined. Yet every time the firefighter is near her, he's drawn to her again. The vulnerability she hides under her confident veneer surprises and moves him. Torn between Tricia's safety and his own bitterness, Noah belatedly remembers the first rule of firefighting: don't get burned.
I have had this book on my TBR pile for awhile and felt like a change. I enjoyed this book. I don't like heavy suspense but the Love Inspired Suspense line is just right for me. The book starts with a fire at Tricia's mother's place and we are then introduced to Noah who is still frustrated with Tricia for not protecting his father the previous year in a trial. There seems to be someone out to get Tricia's family and Noah is a fireman working to help find out who is responsible. Tricia has had some issues in her past which we learn about in this book. Things she hasn't dealt with in her past and come back to affect her. Because of whats happening Noah is drawn to Tricia as he starts to see a side of her he hadn't expected. This books also shows facing ones fears can make it easier to deal with. I don't want to give anything away but will say the way Cara dealt with the issue gave me another perspective. Good read.