Like a moth to the flame that's how women are drawn to Gabe Sullivan. His mystique, and heroic appearance makes him extremely attractive to women and especially fire victims. "Can't Help Falling In Love," by Bella Andre is sure to heat up those cold winter nights ladies. Our hero Gabe is another hot brother from the Sullivan clan and he's not looking for love, especially with a fire victim. But, once he saves his latest victim from the fire he cannot save his heart, which falls victim to not only one woman, but two. Yes, ladies Gabe has to struggle to balance the love of two women, Megan and her young daughter Summer. The soft spot that Gabe displays for children is sure to spark an electric current in any mother's smoldering heart.

Gabe and Megan attempt to douse the flames of their love and focus on a strictly platonic relationship to quell their fears stemming from past relationships. But the desire they have for one another continues to draw them deeper into the flames. With a little ingenuity from Megan's daughter Summer and Gabe's sister Sophie they both fall victim to love. And the backdraft that's created from an unexpected winter vacation has the flames shooting through the roof in this romantic and entertaining novel. When Megan attempts to erect the walls of protection around her heart, Gabe will begin fighting fire with fire.

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C. MICHELLE RAMSEY 

 

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