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Kelsy Bowen takes life seriously, and she’s got it all: Family, Fiancé, Future...until she meets tall, dark, handsome--and dangerous.
Fox has secrets and demons of his own. With Kelsy in his forest, the Indian logger's job just got a lot more interesting--if he can manage to keep his mind on what he's doing.
Kelsy’s loyalties are torn. Becoming an environmental spy will ensure her rise within the workplace, but there's a price. From their first meeting, Fox manages to blur the lines between Kelsy's mission and desire. In the forest, everything changes...and the certain future she's planned is on rocky ground. The dangerous heat of temptation threatens to consume them both.
Destiny leads her headlong into the world of the Indian logger, and the dreams she's held tight to begin to fade. For Kelsy, searching for the Timberbeast becomes more than a mission as a spy--it becomes everything. Will she return to the corporate ladder she left behind--or will she embrace the unexpected life she's found within the forest?
His heart thumped faster. The painful words and truths were buried in the rhythmic pounding like a drum fighting to burst from his aching chest, sending painful pressure into his head until he thought his eyes would go blind and his ears would explode.
Stumbling forward, he tore his way through the broken yard gate and the discouraged citizen firefighters to the burning building. Someone had to walk out of the ruins. But the inevitable truth was delayed as the fire found new fuel in a pitchy rafter. The last section of outside wall fell, bringing down the last rafters with a crash that echoed down the thickly forested mountain and across the valley to shake awake the entire town.
The firefighters moved around the building trying to slow the blaze with the sizzling spray and maybe keep the water on long enough to save the old woodshed and woodworking shop. Robert's knees buckled and he fell to the ground, momentarily resigned, letting the intense heat bite his face with every truth.