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Smoke and Fire ➶ Smoke and Fire Free ➬ Author Julie Cannon – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Brady Stewart lives for the fire Nightmares of the fire haunt Nicole McMillan Whether fighting fires in the Kuwaiti desert in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico or the heartland of Oklahoma both women h Brady Stewart lives for the fire Nightmares of the fire haunt Nicole McMillan Whether fighting fires in the Kuwaiti desert in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico or the heartland of Oklahoma both women hide behind a smoke screen of who they really are When they meet and face the challenge of their lives their passion ignites Smoke and MOBI :Þ because where there’s smoke there’s fire.

  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • Smoke and Fire
  • Julie Cannon
  • English
  • 13 February 2016
  • 9781602829770

About the Author: Julie Cannon

Julie Cannon is a native sun goddess born and raised in Phoenix Arizona She is a corporate stiff by day and dreamer by night She has nine romance novels and five short stories published by Bold Strokes Books A recent transplant to Houston Julie and her partner Laura live on the lake with their two kids two dogs Smoke and MOBI :Þ and a cat.



10 thoughts on “Smoke and Fire

  1. Marilyn Marilyn says:

    The writing was good I loved the unusual profession of oil rig fire fighting The pacing was weird and it seemed to end very abruptly

  2. Anja Anja says:

    I really liked the characters and the story Julie Cannon has done a fine job in setting out the two characters personalities early on so that we can understand their reactions to situations as they arise The pace of the story telling is compelling drawing the reader into the story from the start so that it's difficult to put the book down and you find you don't want to You become invested in the characters and want to see how Nicole and Brady cope with their unexpected affection for each other It was over too soon ;

  3. ~ * K E L L I E * ~ ~ * K E L L I E * ~ says:

    I was drawn into this book from start to finish and didn't feel the time passing by until I'd reached the final pageMy only gripe the book seemed to end rather suddenly and view spoilerthere was no epilogue to tidy it up hide spoiler

  4. Kexx Kexx says:

    A good tale only curse is the uick ending that promised and gave much Good back characters but the story was always about the two oil firefighters one present one ex now boss

  5. Val Val says:

    Sweet love story that deals with a difficult issue This book is exactly what I expected from this author Yay for sappy romance stories

  6. Justina Johnson Justina Johnson says:

    At the heart of this intense and intriguing book is an enticingly special love story Both women have extraordinary backgrounds and uite simply amazingly beautiful souls The gentle and slowly developing relationship so remarkably crafted and magnificently delineated was enhanced by the extraordinary pain each woman had experienced at different times and in very different ways Each woman's story eventually is expressed completely while the thoroughly fascinating world of 'Fire Suppression' unfolded before my eyes This specialized world where highly trained teams along with customized euipment put out incredibly dangerous oil fires is presented in such an intelligible way as to be just as much of an important character in this book as the two nascent lovers are I was totally captivated and enthralled by this world I barely understood from news stories I have read I definitely recommend 'Smoke and Fire' and please do not skip over the technical sections about 'Fire Suppression' as they are lucidly rendered BravoNicole McMillan is the daughter of the man who founded McMillan Suppress a leader in safety and successful oil fire containment She loved being in the field and had been for over ten years until she was a victim of an explosion and was severely injured She went through a very long physical recovery and still suffers from post traumatic stress episodes that vary in intensity This was rather well documented and known by everyone in the industry and especially by folks employed by McMillan Nevertheless she has triumphantly succeeded her father as president Those are the facts this book presents the extraordinary underpinnings of those events and her daily battles in a manner that practically made me feel it happened to me MarvelousBrady Stewart is a member of one the elite teams working for McMillan She fought hard and long to be respected and befriended by her co workers She is even asked to be Best Woman at the wedding of a fellow team member That speaks volumes about how esteemed and admired she is Her story her struggles and her lifestyle make for fantastic reading In addition they provide the strong foundation for her astonishing relationship with Nicole As that part of the book unfolded brilliantly I found myself entirely enad with Brady She also helped me to understand and be gently non judgmental of Nicole AmazingThis is one of the most evenly paced books I have ever read That was uite beneficial and supportive of the intricate elements surrounding Nicole and Brady FantasticNOTE This book was provided by Bold Strokes Books for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews

  7. Musa Musa says:

    Loved the book the pace and the gradual build up of the romance between Brady and Nicole Nicole is a true survivor and I am so glad that Brady eventually break through her walls I like the other side message that is attached to this story as well that outer beauty is only one part in defining a person Throughout the book you can truly feel that Brady sees all of Nicole as a person and just not superficiallyThe little details about fire fighting and dealing with oil field fires are interesting as well Having read a few Julie Cannon's books I like this one most

  8. Megzz Megzz says:

    A typical 3Nice enough characters nice enough story But not that thrilling really The first half of the book is way too slow the women's interactions are scarce and the content is repetitive But the writing is good and it makes a good uick read with enough angst to keep you interested Not totally sure I'll remember this story in a few weeks though

  9. Heidi Heidi says:

    Strong characters unusual back drop of oil well fire fighting Wrapped up uickly but that was ok the story had been told and the happily ever after was only a matter of time

  10. Megan Megan says:

    35 StarsSo thanks to a serious bout of insomnia I decided to read a little after finishing Heartland And as my digital library is currently sorted by author I decided to give another Jullie Cannon novel a try And let me just say I was pleasantly surprised Although I have to be straight up honest my experience as a copywriter who has received freuent reuests to ghostwrite LGBTAI novels for some ridiculously tiny amount of money had me wondering if this was even written by the same personBecause the uality was that much better and the whole voice of the book sounded completely different Now it could be that Heartland was the debut and Smoke and Fire written after JC had experience as a writer but I'm going to keep on wondering because I'm suspicious like that Anyhow on with the reviewIs the writing good? It is pretty good Not great or wonderful or something I'll remember for the rest of forever But it was authentic There was clearly a lot research behind this one or else JC had sources who gave her the sort of insider information only someone in the oil fire fighting industry could give And the entire story is the better for itWere there grammar issues?There were a few but none so terrible that I felt the urge to throw things at the wallAre the lead characters likeable? How Nicole deals with being a serious burn victim her panic attacks and her issues with nudity it all felt real And Brady being the sweet yet tough no nonsense yet empathetic girl she is? Well I have a suspicion that she is modelled on a real honest to goodness actual alive personThey're both adorable and you'll maybe fall a little in infatuation with one or both of them by the time you're done with the storyIs the supporting cast good? They are They're bit players for the most part but there is just enough behind them that they feel real Also I want a Dig and a Charlotte in my life #justsayingIs this story believable? I would say so I don't know anything about fighting oil fires though so if there are wild inaccuracies I will never knowIs there anything I would change? Nope I don't know if there was any way to improve on this story But I do know that there is almost nothing that I personally could have done to improve it

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10 thoughts on “Smoke and Fire

  1. Marilyn Marilyn says:

    The writing was good I loved the unusual profession of oil rig fire fighting The pacing was weird and it seemed to end very abruptly

  2. Anja Anja says:

    I really liked the characters and the story Julie Cannon has done a fine job in setting out the two characters personalities early on so that we can understand their reactions to situations as they arise The pace of the story telling is compelling drawing the reader into the story from the start so that it's difficult to put the book down and you find you don't want to You become invested in the characters and want to see how Nicole and Brady cope with their unexpected affection for each other It was over too soon ;

  3. ~ * K E L L I E * ~ ~ * K E L L I E * ~ says:

    I was drawn into this book from start to finish and didn't feel the time passing by until I'd reached the final pageMy only gripe the book seemed to end rather suddenly and view spoilerthere was no epilogue to tidy it up hide spoiler

  4. Kexx Kexx says:

    A good tale only curse is the uick ending that promised and gave much Good back characters but the story was always about the two oil firefighters one present one ex now boss

  5. Val Val says:

    Sweet love story that deals with a difficult issue This book is exactly what I expected from this author Yay for sappy romance stories

  6. Justina Johnson Justina Johnson says:

    At the heart of this intense and intriguing book is an enticingly special love story Both women have extraordinary backgrounds and uite simply amazingly beautiful souls The gentle and slowly developing relationship so remarkably crafted and magnificently delineated was enhanced by the extraordinary pain each woman had experienced at different times and in very different ways Each woman's story eventually is expressed completely while the thoroughly fascinating world of 'Fire Suppression' unfolded before my eyes This specialized world where highly trained teams along with customized euipment put out incredibly dangerous oil fires is presented in such an intelligible way as to be just as much of an important character in this book as the two nascent lovers are I was totally captivated and enthralled by this world I barely understood from news stories I have read I definitely recommend 'Smoke and Fire' and please do not skip over the technical sections about 'Fire Suppression' as they are lucidly rendered BravoNicole McMillan is the daughter of the man who founded McMillan Suppress a leader in safety and successful oil fire containment She loved being in the field and had been for over ten years until she was a victim of an explosion and was severely injured She went through a very long physical recovery and still suffers from post traumatic stress episodes that vary in intensity This was rather well documented and known by everyone in the industry and especially by folks employed by McMillan Nevertheless she has triumphantly succeeded her father as president Those are the facts this book presents the extraordinary underpinnings of those events and her daily battles in a manner that practically made me feel it happened to me MarvelousBrady Stewart is a member of one the elite teams working for McMillan She fought hard and long to be respected and befriended by her co workers She is even asked to be Best Woman at the wedding of a fellow team member That speaks volumes about how esteemed and admired she is Her story her struggles and her lifestyle make for fantastic reading In addition they provide the strong foundation for her astonishing relationship with Nicole As that part of the book unfolded brilliantly I found myself entirely enad with Brady She also helped me to understand and be gently non judgmental of Nicole AmazingThis is one of the most evenly paced books I have ever read That was uite beneficial and supportive of the intricate elements surrounding Nicole and Brady FantasticNOTE This book was provided by Bold Strokes Books for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews

  7. Musa Musa says:

    Loved the book the pace and the gradual build up of the romance between Brady and Nicole Nicole is a true survivor and I am so glad that Brady eventually break through her walls I like the other side message that is attached to this story as well that outer beauty is only one part in defining a person Throughout the book you can truly feel that Brady sees all of Nicole as a person and just not superficiallyThe little details about fire fighting and dealing with oil field fires are interesting as well Having read a few Julie Cannon's books I like this one most

  8. Megzz Megzz says:

    A typical 3Nice enough characters nice enough story But not that thrilling really The first half of the book is way too slow the women's interactions are scarce and the content is repetitive But the writing is good and it makes a good uick read with enough angst to keep you interested Not totally sure I'll remember this story in a few weeks though

  9. Heidi Heidi says:

    Strong characters unusual back drop of oil well fire fighting Wrapped up uickly but that was ok the story had been told and the happily ever after was only a matter of time

  10. Megan Megan says:

    35 StarsSo thanks to a serious bout of insomnia I decided to read a little after finishing Heartland And as my digital library is currently sorted by author I decided to give another Jullie Cannon novel a try And let me just say I was pleasantly surprised Although I have to be straight up honest my experience as a copywriter who has received freuent reuests to ghostwrite LGBTAI novels for some ridiculously tiny amount of money had me wondering if this was even written by the same personBecause the uality was that much better and the whole voice of the book sounded completely different Now it could be that Heartland was the debut and Smoke and Fire written after JC had experience as a writer but I'm going to keep on wondering because I'm suspicious like that Anyhow on with the reviewIs the writing good? It is pretty good Not great or wonderful or something I'll remember for the rest of forever But it was authentic There was clearly a lot research behind this one or else JC had sources who gave her the sort of insider information only someone in the oil fire fighting industry could give And the entire story is the better for itWere there grammar issues?There were a few but none so terrible that I felt the urge to throw things at the wallAre the lead characters likeable? How Nicole deals with being a serious burn victim her panic attacks and her issues with nudity it all felt real And Brady being the sweet yet tough no nonsense yet empathetic girl she is? Well I have a suspicion that she is modelled on a real honest to goodness actual alive personThey're both adorable and you'll maybe fall a little in infatuation with one or both of them by the time you're done with the storyIs the supporting cast good? They are They're bit players for the most part but there is just enough behind them that they feel real Also I want a Dig and a Charlotte in my life #justsayingIs this story believable? I would say so I don't know anything about fighting oil fires though so if there are wild inaccuracies I will never knowIs there anything I would change? Nope I don't know if there was any way to improve on this story But I do know that there is almost nothing that I personally could have done to improve it

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