Joanna Lofton has been burned before, and has no intentions of going anywhere near the flames again. But at a confidence-building women's weekend, a forest fire brings the heat to her in the form of firefighter Nick Kramer. A hotshot smoke jumper by trade, he's trained to avoid getting burned by real fires. It's the emotional kind that give him trouble. One look at Joanna sets off warning bells in his head. Problem is, the rest of him is drawn closer and closer. Meagan McKinney's latest Matched in Montana, PLAIN JANE AND THE HOTSHOT (4), will have readers burning up the pages as they are drawn into this spellbinding story that offers a little something for everyone.

Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck