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Heating Up
Heating Up
Heating Up
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Heating Up

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Mia has long given up on the possibility of the threesome she's always fantasised about. That is until two sexy firemen drop by...

 

Mia is stuck. She has her dream home, thanks to the boyfriend who bought it with her then promptly left to 'find himself'.

But his leaving means she's struggling to pay the mortgage alone, which means all work and no play, just to get by.

In a fit of frustration Mia burns all her exes belongings, causing a worried neighbour to call the fire department. Lucky for Mia, two very eligible young firemen turn up.

 

What happens next solves all Mia's problems.

 

 

This was originally published in Steamy: An Anthology that Sizzles.

 

LanguageEnglish
Release dateApr 28, 2021
ISBN9798201019129
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Heather Kinnane

Heather Kinnane is an Australian author of fantasy and romance. Her books include the fantasy series, ‘A Faery Dream’, and the steamy menage series ‘Seeking Satisfaction’. She also has a flash-fiction collection, a steamy Halloween short story and a short and sexy retelling of Tam Lin, as well as numerous other stories in the pipeline. Heather lives in a house in the bush with her husband, children and various pets. In her spare time she can be found avoiding the housework, mostly by reading.

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    Heating Up - Heather Kinnane

    Heating Up

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    A Short and Steamy MFM Firefighter Romance

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    Heather Kinnane

    Heating Up

    Copyright © Heather Kinnane 2021

    Published May 2021

    First Published in Steamy: A Romance Anthology that Sizzles - Jan 2021

    Except for use in any review, no part of this book may be used, reproduced, or transmitted in whole or in part, in any form, or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the author. If you would like to share this eBook with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

    This is a work of fiction. All characters and events in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead is purely coincidental.

    Find out more about the author and upcoming books online at www.heatherkinnane.com.

    Contents

    Chapter 1

    Chapter 2

    Chapter 3

    Chapter 4

    Chapter 5

    Chapter 6

    Chapter 7

    Epilogue

    Thank you for reading!

    About the Author

    Chapter 1

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    The siren falls silent as the truck comes to a stop, though the lights continue to flash blue and red as two yellow-clad firies emerge from the vehicle.

    God. How embarrassing.

    I force a smile as I move towards them.

    Everything all right, ma’am? They’re both mid-to-late twenties, one clean shaven with piercing grey eyes, the other with those sky-blue eyes I always fall for, and a slight stubble around his chin I just want to rub my thumb over. Their overalls hide everything else, but I’ve seen enough firefighter calendars for my imagination to fill in the necessary detail.

    I bet they’re both married. All the attractive men around here are married.

    Ma’am?

    I force my gaze back to those incredible blue eyes and nod. All good.

    One of your neighbours called. They were worried by all the smoke. Do you mind if we just check things over?

    I shake my head and gesture in the direction of the fire. They head over together, and I trail behind, stopping a little way from the fire, wishing the ground would open up and swallow me whole.

    I should have registered the burn, and I would have, but it was only supposed to be a small fire.

    And it would have only been a small fire, if I hadn’t decided to burn all the boxes Harvey insisted on leaving here while he went off to find himself, and another woman in the process.

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