The time has come to erase all memories of the past. Jordan Wells intends to sell the cabin she shared with her ex-husband, Cade McKenzie, and go home to Virginia to marry Phil. But she hardly arrives before a smoke jumper arrives on her doorstep urging her to get out. A wild fire could come that way.
Cade McKenzie is injured when he shoves a rookie out of the way of a falling tree, and now is forced off the line. His only way out is with his ex-wife, Jordan. But they hardly get started before fire blocks the road. They turn around and head back the other way, but soon find that way impassible.
Jordan and Cade soon find themselves with no vehicle, trying to survive a wild fire with no supplies, and both of them injured. Can it be done? Will they be able to rekindle their former love?
Facing The Fire sounded interesting to me and I wasn’t disappointed in this story. Ms. Barrett grabbed my interest from page one and held it to the very end. I literally couldn’t put this book down.
The characters in Facing The Fire are well-developed and realistic. I felt for Cade and Jordan both and hoped they’d be able to find their way out. I highly recommend Facing The Fire.