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Ring of Fire No one is a stranger in Caribou Crossing a small Western town made for healing and second chances She s raising her son on her own but that s just fine with Lark Cantrell Caribou Crossing s fire chi

  • Title: Ring of Fire
  • Author: SusanFox
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  • Page: 409
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No one is a stranger in Caribou Crossing, a small Western town made for healing and second chances She s raising her son on her own, but that s just fine with Lark Cantrell Caribou Crossing s fire chief comes from a long line of strong, independent women who have lousy luck with men Lark s ex husband walked out when Jayden was born with cerebral palsy No matter JaydenNo one is a stranger in Caribou Crossing, a small Western town made for healing and second chances She s raising her son on her own, but that s just fine with Lark Cantrell Caribou Crossing s fire chief comes from a long line of strong, independent women who have lousy luck with men Lark s ex husband walked out when Jayden was born with cerebral palsy No matter Jayden, now ten, is a bright, terrific kid, and the love of her life When it comes to men, Lark is content with the occasional casual hookup there s no room in her heart for disappointment Major Eric Weaver is in Caribou Crossing for one reason to complete his rehabilitation so he can return to active service Haunted by what went down in Afghanistan, his wounded soul isn t healing as quickly as his body But it s almost impossible to resist the appeal of the sexy, feisty fire chief and her plucky son not to mention the friendly, caring small town way of life In Lark s loving arms, the scarred soldier begins to believe he may finally have found his true home Praise for Susan Fox s Caribou Crossing series

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    1. Susan R on said:

      All the ingredients for a good book: wounded vet, fire chief, and therapeutic riding!No, really as a long-time volunteer for a local therapeutic riding program, I appreciate the treatment it got in this story. It can and does make a difference in people's lives.Loved the slow build of the love story. This was a relationship that built over time and created a solid connection between the H/h. The issues between them were dealt with in an adult and believable manner. Can't wait for the next Caribo [...]

    2. Amelia on said:

      In the seventh book of the Caribou Crossing series, the two main characters must confront hardships that impact their lives on a daily basis. Though vastly different, these unexpected problems have left them vulnerable yet neither lets it show. All throughout RING OF FIRE, lots of soul-searching must be done before numerous crucial decisions are made. The journey taken by Eric and Lark is filled with convincing incidents, unanticipated desire, and exceedingly realistic emotional reactions. Susan [...]

    3. Holli on said:

      dnf @ 50%The writing was good, but I didn't get drawn in--no strong connection to the characters, and I typically really like a wounded vet storyline.

    4. Tammy on said:

      this was the first book I read by this author I am excited to keep reading this series

    5. Jennifer on said:

      Typical contemporary romance. I liked that it was set in British Columbia.

    6. Starr on said:

      This is a hot and steamy romance about two people who finds their way to each other. One is a soldier amputee dealing with PTSD. The other is the chief firefighter who is divorced and has a son with cerebral palsy. Despite the luggage that they each carry, it's heartwarming  with hot sexy times. 

    7. Teresa on said:

      ***I received a copy of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review***This book is an addition to the author's Caribou Crossing series and can be read as a standalone.Lark Cantrell is the fire chief of a small town in British Columbia of Caribou Crossing. She loves her job and with her mother Mary and her son Jaden who has Cerebral Palsy. She doesn't need a man in her life and is satisfied with occasional hook ups. But when she meets Major Eric Weaver at Sally Ryland's Riding where [...]

    8. Roxanne on said:

      This is a win review. This book is a series of books. In this book Lark meets a wounded vet and helps to recover. Good romance novel.

    9. Julie Barrett on said:

      Ring of Fire by Susan FoxHave read other works by the author and have enjoyed the books.This one is about Lark Cantrell and she's the fire chief at Caribou Crossings. Her mother and 10 year old son are used to her leaving in the middle of the night to guide the other firefighters and help put fires out.I do enjoy firefighter stories as I learn so much from them, interesting topic and I'm not sure why.Within the first 50 pages I've already learned a few new things: what horn on saddle is for, how [...]

    10. Paula on said:

      I was thrilled to see that Lark Cantrell received her own story in Ring of Fire by Susan Fox. I found her a memorable character when she appeared briefly with her son in Love Somebody Like You. I was glad at while reading that book that Ben showed no interest whatsoever in her. Still her character stood out to me. From the title, Ring of Fire I should have guessed it would be Lark’s story since she is the town fire chief. Strong, independent yet a nurturing person, it is easy to find her appea [...]

    11. Kathleen Gray on said:

      This is a well written steamy romance between two unique but very real characters. I liked that Lark is a fire chief and that Eric is a veteran. That Jayden, who has CP, helps to bring them together is wonderful. I had not read any of the previous books in this series but that wasn't a problem. Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC. You will like this if you enjoy reading about two people finding one another.

    12. Vero Stro on said:

      This is Book 7 in the "A Caribou Crossing Romance" Series and I loved it! This is about Fire Captain Lark Cantrell and Eric Weaver.When Lark rescues Eric from a fire, this beautiful tale of love, overcoming tragedies and surviving to feel alive again starts. Larkan finds a soldier struggling with PTSD. He then gives horse therapy a try and a friendship with Larkan develops.Susan Fox creates wonderful characters, I didn't want the story to end. Heart warming,beautiful and sweet romance!

    13. Laurel on said:

      I was given an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an independent review. A very moving story told in a sympathetic way. I loved the characters and the strong blossoming relationships. The strength of the individuals despite their circumstances is very well portrayed. It was also an interesting insight into PTSD. More than a romance this book was very enjoyable. .

    14. Cindelu on said:

      I won this book on .It was a well written love story with a great kid in it, a beautiful strong mom and a wounded war vet. It had adventure, great sex and pure love of family. I think you will enjoy this one.

    15. Laura Mitchell on said:

      I enjoyed the book, but it fell apart a little bit for me near the end.

    16. Brittany Beadles on said:

      I won this book from a giveaway. This was an awesome book. I loved it!

    17. Becky on said:

      Nice simple love story with an added bonus of the timely issue of PTSD being discussed.

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