An Officer and a Fireman (MMF)

JMS Books LLC

Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 6,964
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Maddie's ex-boyfriend has gone from creepy stalker to psycho in the blink of an eye. When her home is burned to the ground, she is rescued by the man of her dreams. The only problem is he appears to be gay, living with the police officer who happens to be assigned to Maddie's case.

But when she is invited to stay with them until she gets back on her feet, she learns that first impressions can be deceiving. Not one, but both men want her, and she realises they can give her everything she has ever wanted.

But can she really enter into a threeway without knowing where it will lead?

An Officer and a Fireman (MMF)
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An Officer and a Fireman (MMF)

JMS Books LLC

Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 6,964
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"Miss, can you tell me your name?" asked the firefighter who'd carried me from the wreckage.

"It ... it's Maddie." I struggled against the hard lump in my throat as tears began to stream down my face. I could only imagine how much of a state I must look, covered in ash with streams of tears carving their way through the muck.

"Well, Maddie, my name is Ricky." The fireman unclipped his helmet then and began to pull it from his head. "I'll stay with you until the paramedics get here."

What was it with hot servicemen today?

This guy was just as gorgeous, if not more, than Officer Drake had been. Even under the thick yellow firefighting suit I could tell his physique was beyond compare and his black hair was so glossy that it practically shone in the moonlight.

"Here." He shrugged off his jacket and proceeded to wrap it around my shoulders. For the first time I realised just how chilly the evening was and a warm glow began to start in the pit of my stomach.

"Do you have any idea how this started?" Ricky asked, glancing at my house, which was practically burned to the ground.

There were several firefighters still shooting water from their hoses in an attempt to stop the spread to the next house.

"I ... I think it was set."

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