Wildfire at Larch Creek

A Firehawks Smokejumpers romance. Smokejumpers, crashed helicopters, and a quirky Alaskan town where trucks are identified by their bumper stickers and people fall in love when they least expect it. More

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About M. L. Buchman

M. L. Buchman has over 40 novels in print. His military romantic suspense books have been named Barnes & Noble and NPR “Top 5 of the year” and twice Booklist “Top 10 of the Year,” placing two titles on their “Top 101 Romances of the Last 10 Years” list. He has been nominated for the Reviewer’s Choice Award for “Top 10 Romantic Suspense of 2014” by RT Book Reviews. In addition to romance, he also writes thrillers, fantasy, and science fiction.

In among his career as a corporate project manager he has: rebuilt and single-handed a fifty-foot sailboat, both flown and jumped out of airplanes, designed and built two houses, and bicycled solo around the world.

He is now making his living as a full-time writer on the Oregon Coast with his beloved wife and is constantly amazed at what you can do with a degree in Geophysics. You may keep up with his writing by subscribing to his newsletter at www.mlbuchman.com.

About the Series: Firehawks Smokejumpers
Fighting wildfires? Easy.

Finding true love? The ultimate challenge.

Firehawk helicopters battle the very worst wildland forest fires, and the teams who fly for Mount Hood Aviation are the very best in the business. Fire, danger, international intrigue—these are only the beginning for these daring men and women. They also must face the discovery of their own hearts.

Recurring “Night Stalkers” characters and a whole new cast of men and women who are the very best; they can only hope they’re good enough.

When a big fire lies beyond anyone’s reach, that’s when they send in the smokejumpers. They parachute to fires but sometimes land where their hearts least expect.

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