Age-gap flames kindle between a small-town woman afraid to launch and the firefighter who is her unrequited crush.
Anne Barton has a secret: as a child, she started a fire that scarred her best friend. Now twenty-six, the owner of the Orchard Diner is terrified of grown-up responsibility.
Forty-four-year-old firefighter Will O’Hara should compete for the job of Harmony Springs Fire Chief—but he’s overwhelmed by his blinding fear of public speaking.
Soon a charity stunt pits Anne against Will in their small town’s Mayor for a Day election. Anne must confront her unrequited crush on Will. And Will knows May/December romances only work in romance novels.
How long can Anne and Will play with fire before they get burned?
Previously released as The Way You Look Tonight.