Wildfire
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Wildfire by Suzanne Cass

08/14/2021

“The writing is top notch, and her stories stay with you because they're THAT good.”

She’s reckless and damaged.
He’s the only decent thing in her life.
A deadly arsonist attack. Who’ll be next?

Cat Lawson is called back to Stargazer Ranch by a hard-to-refuse job offer, but the first person she comes across is the very last person she wants to see.

Levi Wilson rues the day he ever met Cat. She was the girl of his dreams who abandoned him six months ago. Now she’s back.

On the day of Cat’s return, a luxury cabin is set on fire and Cat becomes suspect number one. Levi knows he can’t trust her; but then his head never did agree with his heart. One thing he does know, however, is that Cat is no arsonist, and against his better instincts he becomes a friend and champion in her time of need.

Surely, he can’t be falling for her again, can he?

Cat finds herself irresistibly drawn to Levi once more. He’s the only one who can see through her reckless behavior to her damaged soul. But commitment was never one of her strong points and he deserves better. Which was the whole reason she left him in the first place.

When Cat is caught in a wildfire, she knows there’s a killer stalking her. As the flames race up the mountain, time is running out for Levi as he tries desperately to save the woman who means everything.

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Western is fiction books, movies, and tv genres. Westerns are mostly placed in the 19th and early 20th century in the Western United States and tell the stories of cowboys, lands, and also outlaws investigating the western frontier and taming the Wild West. Westerns frequently stress the harshness of the wilderness and often place the action within an arid, barren landscape of hills and deserts. This genre generally portrays the conclusion of what's considered the"idealized American frontier" or person against nature. If you like to read the background, then you have to add this genre to your reading cart.

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