To answer the emails and FB questions, yes The Fireman and the Cop is currently out of print. This is because I am working on getting the entire series back with me. Book 1, Fireman/Cop, is also getting added scenes, and all the books are being re-edited.
Thank you for your patience and I hope this graphic helps
The Fireman and the Cop – #1
The fireman and the cop will be re-released 10 May with new cover art and added scenes. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Rescuing cop Finn Ryan from a burning precinct was easy; it's keeping him alive after that which fireman Max Harrison finds difficult.
The Teacher and the Soldier – #2
Ex-soldier, Daniel Skylar, falls hard and heavy for school teacher Luke Fitzgerald. How can he make him stay in Ellery?
The Carpenter and the Actor – #3
Jason McInnery, hounded by the paparazzi after his brother's death, runs to the one place where he hopes people will not sell him out. The place where he was born.
The Doctor and the Bad Boy – #4
No one has every understood Mitchell Askett. The bad boy. The alcoholic. The loser. Buying into the Ellery Mountain resort and placing down roots in the community for himself, his sister and his niece puts him on the radar of the Fridays and Dr. Liam Wolfe.
The Paramedic and the Writer – #5
Paramedic Jamie Llewelyn moves to Ellery to start a new life away from the City. Attached to the hospital and working for his friend Liam Wolfe he's happy—even if he has to keep coming up with excuses to miss the Friday meet ups. He had peace and he could finally make a difference in a community that needed him.
The Barman and the SEAL – #6
Travis Baranski, Navy SEAL, is the first veteran to attend the Ellery Mountain Veteran Center. He is having a hard time coming to terms with what he had seen and what he has done. When he has a very public meltdown in Ellery stores it is Avery Gideon who steps up to the plate and helps him.
The Agent and the Model – #7
Michael is returning to Ellery Mountain after six years away with only sporadic and short visits to his nan. He has nightmares even now about what happened to him in the park and doesn't feel safe in the small Tennessee town. In fact he feels safer in the big city.
More to follow…