Under Fire by Jo Davis
Meet Zack Knight, firefighter and paramedic—the handsome genius of Station Five. He can take on any blaze, but needs a certain kind of woman.
Zack fights fires and saves lives, yet his own thirst for life has run dry—-until he comes to the rescue of the hardheaded, sharp-tongued exotic dancer named Corrine Shannon who sparks a carnal appetite that has the normally shy hero burning out of control.
But just as they are consumed by the flames of passion, they find themselves under fire from two relentless enemies with fifty million reasons to succeed. Dangerous men who will stop at nothing to get what they want, even if it means putting a permanent end to their love—and their lives. Can they withstand the heat-—or will their newfound romance be extinguished as fast as it began?
I enjoyed 'Under Fire' but not as much as Jo Davis last Firefighters of Station Five book 'Trial by Fire'. Although it is a really good book I thought the ongoing violence to Zack very over the top, it was almost like slapstick. I thought this detracted from the story, which otherwise would have been 5*. I think both Corrine and Zack excellent characters and I loved reading their story.