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Facing the Fire

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Never marry a smoke jumper! Jordan Wells adopted that motto after her divorce from Cade McKenzie. She wanted a man who wasn't constantly running to the latest disaster--leaving her behind. Years later, she was finally ready to sell her mountain cabin--the only thing that still connected her to her ex--and move on with her life.

Cade had sworn he was long over Jordan, but wh

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Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments #1414, 250 pages
Published April 2006 by Silhouette
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Saly
Facing the Fire was about a divorced couple finding their way to each other while running from a fire and along the way finding out that many of their actions and perceptions were wrong. There was a lot of anger, pain and bitterness along the way.

Jordan has returned ten years later to sell the cabin where she had one of the most happiest times. She left her husband and marriage when she couldn't take it anymore, her husband Cade was a smoke-jumper and she though that his thrill-seeking mattered
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Jordan Wells and Cade McKenzie met, fell in love and got married very young. With Jordan’s abandonment issues and Cade’s job as a smoke jumper that takes him away from home on a regular basis, their marriage falls apart. Ten years later they find themselves in a fight for their lives, as circumstances have forced them back together and they are trying to outrun a forest fire while trying bank the flames of their attraction.

This was a good story. There was lots of action and I certainly
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