Find ’em Hot, Leave ’em Wet


Author: Jade Morrison
Series: Some Like It Hot
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Genre: Contemporary|Suspense
Heat Level: 3
Words: 20,000
Content Notes: Hot
Publication Date: 9/15/2014

Re-Release: (Hearts Afire: March, 3/4/2009)

Who knew responding to a 911 call could lead to so much passion and danger? When firefighters and officers begin mysteriously dying, it’s up to Logan Wylde and Madison Rose to solve the mystery, before they become the next victims. Relive the passion in this re-release of Jade Morrison’s Find ‘em Hot, Leave ‘em Wet, part of the Some Like It Hot Collection.

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Find 'em Hot, Leave 'em Wet

Find ‘em Hot, Leave ‘em Wet is a contemporary suspense novella about firefighter Logan Wylde and police officer Madison Rose. Sparks fly when they meet during an insignificant kitchen fire at criminal Jimmy Dawson’s town house. Taking advantage of the opportunity that Dawson’s out of town, and his housekeeper fled the scene after dialing 911, the cops arrive along with the fire department to do a quick unwarranted search of the premises. But Jimmy is a careful man, and the search reveals nothing suspicious. However, after the fire, cops and firefighters begin mysteriously dying.

For unknown reasons, Dawson is taking out those who responded to the 911 call. After Logan’s apartment is burned by a Molotov cocktail, he and Madison join together to find what Dawson is looking for, and why it’s important enough to kill for.

The attraction between Logan and Madison is instant. From the moment they literally run into each other at Dawson’s townhouse, to the heated, and intimately personal, tour of the fire station where Logan works, they can’t seem to keep their hands off one another. Despite the danger they find themselves in, the real danger comes from within. Because, when a fire burns this hot, there’s only one way to quench it.

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