Sometimes, waiting is the hardest job of all…
The marines of Crash, Fire and Rescue wait at the end of the flightlines, racing to the rescue when a military jet crashes. They’re first on the scene. First to put out the flames. First to fight to pull an injured pilot from the burning wreckage. Dane Roberts loves his job—but he never expected his latest rescue to be a blast from his own past.
Military pilot Laura Jo Dawson hasn’t stopped running since high school and her one night with the sexy quarterback. He wanted to hang on; she needed to go. She lives for the adrenaline rush of flying, of pushing herself harder, higher, faster. When her experimental jet crashes and Dane carries her to safety, however, suddenly running looks less exciting. And spending time in the arms of her sexy rescuer looks better and better…
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