Burning Up

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HQN Books, Aug 31, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
7 Reviews
Though it's been years since the infamous Macy O'James stepped foot in Sugarville, Washington, everyone remembers what she supposedly did. The tiny town is still buzzing about her crime and lack of punishment.

Now back to lend her family a hand, Macy vows to hold her head high—especially at her high school reunion. But forget about the hottest man in Sugarville escorting her. Though she and fire chief Gabriel Donovan generate enough sparks to burn down the town, he's a law-abiding, line-toeing straight arrow. So not her type.

But maybe—just maybe—he can change her mind about that.

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

Enjoyable story with a good plot, plenty of action and secondary romance was nice but characters began to mentally analyze their feeling a lot so my rating is 3.5* To help her family, the now famous Macy returns to a hometown that still remembers her crimes and meets fire chief Gabriel. Read full review

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User Review  - romsfuulynn - LibraryThing

Got a little tired of the heroine not having processed her high school traumas and acting out in some really silly ways. Andersen's a fun read though. I also was pleased that the guy was willing to ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Susan Andersen held a variety of jobs before becoming a romantic suspense novelist. Present Danger and Exposure were nominated for the Best Contemporary Romantic Suspense Reviews Choice Award from Romantic Times Magazine and the former won the National Reader's Choice Award for Best Single Title Contemporary.

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