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Wildfire and Roses

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Sparks fly when tenacious mountain climber and hiker Beasley McLemore meets hot smokejumper Will Gregor on a search and rescue mission in Yosemite. Getting together, however, isn’t easy. Strong-willed Beasley is bent on building a thriving landscaping business back home in the foothills of the majestic Smoky Mountains. Busy working 24/7, she has no time or energy for a man ...more
Kindle Edition, 229 pages
Published October 24th 2018 by Soul Mate Publishing, LLC
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Nov 27, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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WILDFIRE AND ROSES by Hope Malory is a sweet contemporary romance. This romance is about a hero and heroine who you know are perfect for each other, but they are established in their careers on opposite sides of the country.

Beasley McLemore is driven to make her landscaping business in the foothills of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains the best. She wants her family and the community to be proud of her. She has always fantasized about
To say their first meeting was a little tense would be an understatement, but when Beasley proves she has chops on a mountain rescue mission, Will realizes there is more to this woman than a pretty face. The biggest problem to their budding relationship is distance and neither is ready to commit enough to move across the country. Besides, Beasley is a business owner and it takes all of her time, attention and energy.

When Beasley loses her business to fire, her tentative friendship/attraction to
Dec 30, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Wildfire and Roses is a sweet and relatively chaste romance from Hope Malory.  I really appreciated the realism in Ms. Malory’s story.  She provides readers with thoroughly developed main and secondary characters that readers can’t help but love. Ms. Malory has infused a bit of mystery and family drama into this contemporary romance as well.

The story takes place over the period of a year, and it covers a lot of ground in terms of Beasley's family history and her astonishingly busy life.  Unbekno
Heidi J.
Dec 02, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Will Gregor was brought up by his father to believe that men are rugged and women are soft, but admires strong-willed women. In fact, if he could imagine the perfect woman—smart, competent, professional, with a bit of sassiness—it would be Beasley McLemore, but he’s just gotten out of an eight-year relationship, and he’s not in a hurry to entangle himself.

Beasley is a planner, entrepreneur, and experienced hiker and climber. Her beloved grandmother just died, she has a business to run and a fami
Nov 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What happens when you fall in love with someone who lives on the other side of the country and your life is settled where you are? Hope Malory has created a fast-paced love story that will ring true for many men and women caught in just that position. Love in the modern era isn't easy, and it comes with all kinds of difficulties for a modern young businesswoman, like Beasley from the Smoky Mountains, and an engaging smokejumper like Will from the West Coast. They aren't kids, and they each have ...more
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