To be together is dangerous. To stay apart is impossible.
Firefighter Jasmine knows better than to get involved with Aaron, her playboy coworker, but one kiss has them fighting more than just fires. Don’t miss Claire Baxter’s Flirting With Danger blog tour for spotlights, interviews, guest posts and a tour wide giveaway of a $25 Amazon gift card and a beautiful charm necklace!
September 10 – Manga Maniac Cafe
September 10 – Brooke Blogs
September 11 – Eclipse Reviews
September 11 – Literal Hotties Naughty Book Reviews
September 12 – Pembroke Sinclair
September 12 – Theresa Stillwagon
September 13 – Official Blog of A.C. James
September 13 – Book Suburbia
September 16 – Just One More Romance
September 16 – The Seraphine Muse
September 17 – Karen Swart
September 17 – Books & Tales
September 18 – Ramblings From A Chaotic Mind
September 18 – Escape Into A Book
September 19 – Books Books and More Books
September 19 – Whit’s Book World
September 19 – Simply Ali
September 20 – Ebook Escapes
September 20 – Sarah Ballance
September 23 – Grave Tells
September 23 – Musings of Mistress of the Dark Path
September 23 – Charmingly Unscripted
September 24 – Adrienne Woods Books and Reviews
September 24 – Ramblings of a Book Lunatic
September 24 – Sapphyria’s Book Reviews
About Flirting With Danger by Claire Baxter
Firefighter Jasmine Mackinnon has always just been one of the guys. So no one’s more shocked than she is to find herself kissing fellow firefighter and all-around sinfully handsome playboy Aaron Parkes after a friend’s wedding. Jasmine knows she can’t risk an emotional connection with a colleague—a potentially dangerous entanglement when fighting fires together—and nothing’s more important to her than her job.
Aaron never noticed how beautiful Jasmine was until he saw her out of her firefighter duds, but there’s something about the fiery woman that tempts him. Though he knows pursuing a real relationship is out of the question for a serial dater like him, when their casual flirtation builds into something more serious, it’s not just their jobs or their safety on the line. It’s their hearts.