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"They were truly a cute couple and I rooted for them even before they met. Also, the fact that we got to go back to the adorable little town called Redwood, with it's magically homey atmosphere was the cherry on top of the cake."
-Romance Bibliomaniac

"Residual Burn swept me away with its raw emotions, ranging from pain to passion, and all the feels in between. I loved this story, as much as I have loved the Redwood Ridge series from the beginning."
-Books & Spoons

"Filled with witty banter, hilarious exchanges, smoldering glances, foot in mouth, face palm, swoony, high steam, gut wrenching, heartwarming moments - it will take you through an emotional spin cycle and leave you wanting more."
-JudyAnn Loves Books Blog



Some flames can't be extinguished...


Jason Burkwell is all about the next adventure. Whether it's an emergency call as lieutenant on Redwood Ridge's fire department or a pretty woman between the sheets, he gets in and gets out. He has no interest in being trapped by anything or anyone. But when he's manipulated into a charity auction for his station, something tells him he's about to get hosed. Especially when the town matchmakers shove quiet, shy Ella Sinclair in his path. Constantly. Every encounter with the brown-eyed beauty makes him realize the simmering attraction and strange tug of emotion is beyond basic heat. Together, they're combustible. If only he can figure out what she's hiding...


Ella Sinclair's been burned before, and she's got the scars to prove it. Ever since her return to Redwood Ridge, she's had more than a little crush on a certain gorgeous firefighter. Except Jason doesn't know she exists. To trigger his memory would mean reliving the worst day of her life, and she's worked hard to move past the pain. Venturing out of her safety zone is tough enough, never mind that hero worship leaves her with a horrible case of babbling-itis. Her heart's becoming more engaged the longer they spend together, but his sudden interest can't possibly last when he discovers she's not the ideal image of perfection.

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