63 Comments on “Seeing Red

  1. I absolutely love the Lucky Harbor series and I am impatiently waiting for Always on my Mind. Seeing Red is on my list to be featured on my Firefighter Friday feature on my blog. White Heat is starting it off. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. well, I work closely with the FDNY so it’s hard for me to imagine any of them as romantic hero’s in books. I’ll just continue to live through fantasy….

  3. Always a sucker for a good hero! Firefighters, Police officers, detectives, military… ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Love, love, love firemen, policemen, military, Coast Guard…..love em all ! Can’t wait to read his story and your next Lucky Harbor book ! Oh, BTW, NICE cover too ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Just talked about this with my mother yesterday (she’s 81) and we agreed that American firefighters must be something totally different from German ones – I’ve never seen a really sexy one around here. But I absolutely love reading about firefighters in romance novels.

  6. I love reading about firefighters! they are so sexy!!! I have been looking seeing red for a while… cant wait to.read it!! am looking forward to Always.on My Mind next month!!

  7. LOVE fire fighters. In my old work, there was a small fire next door so me and several of the other women spent about a half hour watching sexy firemen putting it out. Best half hour of work all year!
    Can’t wait for Jack’s story but devastated that Seeing Red isn’t available for Australian readers on Kindle ๐Ÿ™

  8. I love stories about firefighters. Especially your’s above how great is that
    My son’s a volunteer fireman when he’s home.
    he travelsl alot with his job
    SO all firefighters need extra prayers

  9. Wow, your stories get better at every telling. I finished reading your series and it was wonderful, but their is one problem…I want 10 firefighters surrounding me too (pouting)
    Maybe I’ll just go down to our local fire house and ask if one of those hunks will help me play with their truck ๐Ÿ˜†

  10. One of my earliest memories is of a troupe of firefighters standing in our front hall, with my mother in a bathrobe explaining that nothing was on fire. We were the victims of a crank call, it happened a few times. I hope my mother appreciated having all that man candy on her porch, since it would be years before I was old enough to do it.

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