Playing with Fire (Girl Power Collection)
Author: Amy Stephens
Format: Kindle Edition
Blayze Jenson knew from the time she was big enough to walk around in her daddy’s boots that she wanted to be just like him—a fire fighter—when she grew up.
While her family supported her dream wholeheartedly, there were others who made fun of her and doubted her ability to succeed in such a male-dominated profession. One person being Colton Burns, Blayze’s nemesis since childhood.
With extensive training and lots of will-power and determination, Blayze landed a position with the Gorman Valley Fire Department where she worked her way up through the ranks. Now that Captain has been added to her name badge, she’s finally happy with where she is in life. Or is she? Seems there’s one thing still missing…a man.
When a trip back home presents Blayze with an opportunity to take her career even further, Blayze can’t help but wonder if she’s ready for the next challenge. Can she prove to the town she left a long time ago, to those that doubted whether she was cut out for such a demanding role, that she’s the right one for the position?
Will she finally be able to convince Colton Burns that playing with her heart is just as dangerous as playing with fire?
The “Girl Power Collection” is a celebration of feminism in an unprecedented manner and will serve as an inspiration for millions of readers across the globe.
Over the years, men that have made landmark achievements in different facets of life have often been celebrated with very little stories about bad ass women that have excelled in their respective positions. While there are some works that highlight the fantastic achievements of women in powerful positions, there is no particular project exclusively dedicated to celebrating the “girl power.”
The compilation contains short stories with the theme of Girl Power in whichever way the author defines it for herself and her readers. The 33 romance stories are narrated in a diverse yet entertaining and inspiring way and will be released in regular intervals throughout 2020.