Body Heat by Katherine Garbera

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Andi O'Rourke is a fire chief and a darned good one, one of only a handful of women in the U.S. to make it. Raised in a family of fire fighters, she's a natural, barking out orders and keeping her guys safe at the same time; and her big, tough guys respect her, treating her just like one of them. Away from her job, though, Andi doesn't have a clue how to handle herself with men. That's why arson investigator Tucker Fields is so dangerous, and so tempting. Tucker is no slap-you-on-the-back kind of guy; he's all man. A man who makes Andi feel sexy, alive, desired. Tucker likes what he sees in Andi. He loves her passion, and her strength. That sizzling sexuality she tries to hide. He sees the ribbing she takes from the guys if she even puts on lipstick. To prove herself in a man's world, Andi has had to fight being a woman. But she's not the only one who knows how to give orders. As they spend days and nights on his investigation, Tucker's determined to start a fire of a different kind, releasing Andi's every inhibition and enticing her into losing all control as he shows her just how delicious being a woman can be...and how good love can feel...

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Published March 1, 2006 by Kensington. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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