He is seeking absolution.
Flynn Caldwell has a hero complex and it’s one of the reasons he joined the New York City Fire Department. He has spent his entire professional career trying to atone for that one person he failed to save. Because, if he can do that, then perhaps he can be worthy of love again. She is seeking escape. Rowan Page’s life is nothing short of a disaster. Always immersed in trouble, she has only herself to depend on. She’s determined to pull herself out of this mess and make something of her life, despite the hard years she has lived on the streets of New York. Together, they have the chance to become complete. Flynn and Rowan’s worlds exist miles apart, but when a chance meeting brings them together, neither of them can deny the instant pull that connects them to each other. What starts as a tiny spark eventually flares into a fire so hot, it refuses to be extinguished. For it to work, both of them will need to jump feet first into the flames to see where it takes them, despite the risk of being burned.
Sawyer Bennett has done it again with “Off Chance”. This lady is such a good story teller & you while you read you will have vivid pictures in your mind of every single scene & they will play out in your head. You absolutely fall in love with Flynn, he is the epitome of a man, even though he has that hero complex, but it is within reason. Then you have Rowan whose has a damaged soul & heart & doesn’t believe she deserves that love of devotion that she is given by anyone. As always Sawyer did the Caldwell men justice because let me tell, as with her other books the sex scenes will have you sweating & your heart rate with kick up a couple of notches. Sawyer as always does the Caldwell men justice, because when I was done with this story I wanted to run out & get myself a firefighter. Great story, as always by the one & only Sawyer Bennett, she kicks ass & takes no prisoner when it comes to her books.
Sawyer Bennett is the pen name for a snarky southern woman and reformed trial lawyer who decided to finally start putting on paper all of the stories that were floating in her head. She is married to a mobster (well, a market researcher) and they have two big, furry dogs who hog the bed. Sawyer would like to report she doesn’t have many weaknesses but can be bribed with a nominal amount of milk chocolate.