Giving up control has never been so hard…
Navy SEAL Cash McCoy knows all about danger—he lives and breathes it on a daily basis. When it comes to the love of his life, though, this alpha soldier does everything in his power to keep Jen Scott happy and safe. But when the tables are turned and Jen places herself in harm’s way for her job, their relationship is put to the test. Now Cash must learn to trust the woman he loves…or lose her forever.
NOTE TO READERS: Cash and Jen were first featured in Feeling Hot. This novella can be read as a standalone, but if you’re interested in how the two of them meet, check out their book!
The love story of Jen Scott and Cash McCoy starts in Feeling Hot. It is very important to mention because this book features one of the hottest threesomes ever.
In Flash Fire, we are three years later, and they are still madly in love with each other.
Jen is more and more successful as a photographer, and now she gets an assignment to Honduras that finally could provide the well-deserved attention for her work.
As a Navy SEAL, Cash knows all about danger – he lives and breathes it on a daily basis. So far he had no idea how his girlfriend felt whenever he was on a mission. But now he gets to know this feeling up close and personal. To say that he hates it is a strong understatement. Feeling helpless is killing him.
Jen is determined to accept the job, despite the very obvious and present danger in the area. Cash is furious and tries everything to hold her back – with no avail.
It was an emotion Cash wasn’t familiar with. He was always in charge. Always in control of every situation. He saved lives for a living, for fuck’s sake.
But he couldn’t save Jen.
Sweet Jesus, he couldn’t save her.
Of course, there are not many surprises in the storyline and it is rather predictable in most parts, but it kept me turning the pages. The story is exciting with the perfect amount of conflict and tension, and without sappiness or overdramatization.
I always loved Jen and Cash together, and they don’t disappoint here either. I’d more than welcome a series of shorties with updates about the characters from the previous books. Especially Dylan, Aidan and Claire…
Amazing story! Recommended!