Series: The Line #4
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 103 pages
Publisher: Curtis Brown Digital (January 8, 2014)
Free-spirited artist Harper McGee is happy to go wherever the wind takes her…until her flight pattern sends her back to Brentsville, New York for her beloved grandmother's funeral. Harper’s grief turns to shock, however, when she discovers her grandmother has named her sole proprietor of her candy shop, Luscious. But she has no intention of being anchored to one place, and anyway, she doesn’t know the first thing about running a kitchen or a business. Selling Luscious is the only viable option— until the shop catches fire due to old wiring. Fixing the damage requires major work, and if Harper wants to put it on the market, she needs major help.
Thrill-seeking firefighter Aaron Fisher has never walked away from a challenge or a friend. So when a fellow firefighter is hurt on a call and can’t complete a side job for his contracting company, Aaron’s quick to jump in. He’s done plenty of fix ‘er ups for his buddy in the past, and despite his silver spoon upbringing and his no-holds-barred attitude, swinging a hammer suits Aaron just fine. That is, until he discovers the client is the same impetuous woman he forcibly dragged from the flames of Brentsville’s local candy shop.
The more time Harper and Aaron spend at Luscious, the hotter their attraction burns, daring them both to shed their tough outer layers to reveal the tender desires beneath. But when a buyer makes Harper the offer of a lifetime, she must choose between roots and wings. Can two people who live in the moment learn to see past the moment, or will Aaron and Harper always live their lives pushing the line?
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Harper McGee is always on the go. Never really settling in once place for too long. When her grandmother passes away she finds herself as owner of her candy shop. She decides to sell the shop but a fire destroys the shop. Before she can sell she needs to rebuild it. Except she didn’t think the sexy firefighter who dragged her from the shop was going to show up to rebuild it.
Aaron Fisher wasn’t expecting to see Harper as the new owner of the candy shop. He took the contacting job to help out his friend who was injured in the fire. So now he’s stuck with Harper until the job is finished.
As Aaron starts to fall for Harper he starts to see the real her. She is strong, and stubborn, and independent but she is also scared of putting down roots. The only person who as made her feel at home was her grandmother and with her gone she feels lost. Harper starts to feel at home in Brentsville, with Aaron and his “family. Now, he just has to get her to stay.
These two have chemistry. Right away the sparks between them fly. Harper isn’t staying so getting involved with Aaron isn’t the smart thing to do and Aaron knows he should stay away but it isn’t easy. The pull towards each other is so strong that there is no fighting it. They are really perfect for each other.
I really enjoyed reading this. I loved Harper. She’s feisty and awesome. And I loved Aaron, because he’s a sexy firefighter. Ok, and because he’s a good guy. But I absolutely loved them together. Pushing The Line was a quick read that once I started I didn’t want to stop.