Kaz Jorgensen is used to fear—the anxiety of negotiating treacherous currents as she captains her family’s fishing trawlers, the terrifying nightmares of the day she almost lost her life on the river. But now a man is dead, an arsonist has set the Anna Marie ablaze and her brother is missing, accused of both crimes. How much more can she take?
Michael Chapman knows how to take the heat—as fire chief he’s dealt with more than his share. No way can he afford to get involved with the sister of a suspect. But the scorching attraction between him and Kaz burns out of control. Whatever happens, he can’t allow another woman to die because of him.