Reading this story, I anticipated the same style of story that I found in the previous titles. I was happy to read more about each of the previous couples in this book as well.
Wyatt Fox and Molly Cade are a couple with a secret past history. Each have moved on from the past and found their happiness in their careers. Wyatt is a firefighter at Engine 6 station, along with his foster siblings in Chicago. Molly is an actress from LA.
Molly comes to Chicago to film a movie about a female firefighter. The movie has a story line that is loosely based upon the experiences of Wyatt's foster sister, Alex. Molly would love to get Alex's stamp of approval on the movie, but Wyatt is not wanting Alex to be involved. Wyatt, still recovering from an injury, is asked by the department to be the technical consultant for Molly. Wyatt wants nothing to do with the job at first. Unable to get out of that duty, he decides to do his best to get through it with minimal damage to his family.
Molly is a woman on a mission. Having gone through a horrible experience that threatens to ruin her career, she is placing the future of her career on making this movie. She is not only acting in the lead role, but is the producer of the movie as well. Meeting Wyatt on the set of the movie is a shock to Molly. As she works with Wyatt, they realize that the old feelings are still there. Both are reluctant to get into a relationship. They have each been burned badly by others in their pasts and will have to come to peace with their pasts before they have a chance at being with each other.
This story has lots of surprises. At times, there are so many things going on at once that I felt like I needed a chart to keep it all straight. It all works out though in the end. As with the other titles in the series, there is an HEA.
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