Fully Involved Fire by Sherry Silver

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Have a tall drink of water handy to put out the fire when you read Fully Involved Fire, a poignant story of the after effects of September 11th. Johnny Newman is one of New York City’s finest; the Fire Department's most eligible bachelor. He’s been in love with his best friend’s widow for years. Johnny feels he has given her enough time to get over Brandon, but will his playboy reputation ruin his chances? Susan Cervini is caught up in trying to locate a missing cousin through a website for an aging pop star. When Susan begins to have irrational feelings for her best friend, Johnny, she is afraid she will ruin their friendship, but she can’t seem to stop feeling an overpowering need for his touch. Can they have a torrid affair and go back to being friends, or will the feelings they have for each other change Susan’s mind about love and marriage again? Johnny Newman is a real American hero; strong in his beliefs, dedicated to helping others, and loyal to the woman he loves above all others. He is sexy but unaware of his appeal, chivalrous without being conscious of it, and a wonderful friend; the way he unselfishly dedicates himself to Susan’s needs. She is a very caring woman who is afraid of losing again. Her restoration of faith was a long and hard journey but was well worth the wait. Her love for Johnny is a beautiful thing to behold, culminating in a climactic coming together.
 

About Sherry Silver

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Sherry Silver writes contemporary and historical romantic suspense and mysteries. She is a former Chief Election Official, E.R. Communications Coordinator, Cardiac Monitor Watcher, EMT, Health Unit Coordinator, Vital Statistics Registrar, Notary Public, Home Daycare Provider, Health Insurance Claims Analyst, File Clerk, Substitute Teacher, Kelly Girl, Sales Associate and Stenographer. Sherry still doesn't know what she wants to be when she grows up. For now, she enjoys being a homemaker. In between loads of laundry, she cooks up delicious new plots.
 
Published March 5, 2012 238 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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