Blaze

I recommend as awkwardly enjoyable. Hero and heroine court and get it on with a ghostly audience…making commentaries. The heroine returns from a ten year assignment with enough maturity to recognize that the hero is a silent love machine waiting to be sprung. Instead of happily ever after, he gets traumatized in a battle and hauls ass out of town to fight his inner demons. She does the logical thing and hunts him down…there’s no way a good man like that is getting away.

Blaze by Kate Hill

Blaze
Favorite Quote:
“A man does not ignore a rosebush in spring and expect to enjoy it in winter,” Blaze said, translating the words of the tall, thin scholar who had appeared in front of him.

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