Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Contemporary, MM
Scandal drove Officer JD Burnside from his life in Charleston. Family and so called friends turned their back on JD which left him with no choice but to walk away. He’s managed to start a new career with the Carlisle police force and slowly build friendships with fellow officers. JD is having more trouble getting used to the cold weather than anything else.
On one such brisk night JD is making rounds in the town square and comes across a solitary man sitting quietly on a bench. Taking a chance he invites the man to share dinner with him at the end of his shift.
Life wasn’t always great for Fisher Moreland, but a twist of fate sent him rock bottom with permanent brain damage in the form of a severe bipolar disease. He’s done many things he’s not proud of before finally pulling himself together. These days Fisher is leading as much of a normal life as he’s ever going to achieve.
From the first night they share a meal JD and Fisher subconsciously realize they’ve got more in common than anyone could imagine, from disappointing family to actions out of their hands. A bond is tentatively formed which will be put to the test when their relationship is threatened by JD’s job and Fisher’s past. Their choices will define their chance at a future together.
Tragedy and personal demons are about to make or break lovers in Fire and Snow. A truly powerful tale of emotional angst and perseverance, book 4 in the Carlisle Cops series doesn’t hold any punches. Warts and all, Fisher and JD face their problems head on together. Heartstrings are most definitely tugged in Fire and Snow as the lovers grapple with a variety of realistic challenges. This is most definitely a feel good romance.