Water and Fire
no. 0.5, Ocean's Gift - Ocean's Gift
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What happens when you combine a sexy Irish doctor, a midwife on a mission and a mysterious predator in Albany, Western Australia? You get Water and Fire: a small town medical romance with a paranormal twist.
Working as a student midwife in an Australian country hospital is never easy, but Belinda finds more trouble than most.
There's the intern doctor who follows her around like an overgrown puppy, the dangerous local wildlife and her own secrets she must keep. When she finds herself without a place to live, what else can possibly go wrong?
Or is it time for something to go right?
Reviews for Water and Fire:
"Grabs you from head to tail! Great story, read when it's cold outside! Or blazing hot!" – Marcel de Vette
"Whales, whisky and love, great story!" – Limeburners Whisky
"This is really good, I need more, it can't finish there." – Lauren Russell
"Steamy without being smutty…There's something about a man in just an apron…" – J T Chapman, author of the Enchantress series
"It had some great heated moments and I often found myself laughing as well as holding onto the edge of my seat. All in all...WOW!" – Carey Decevito, author of Hot Communications and The Broken Men Chronicles
"I loved this story! I read it all in one go, honestly I couldn't stop." – Vera Loy, author of Regency Masquerade
"Oh my gosh, that was…phenomenal to read. Seriously. That has got to be one of the best stories I've ever had the pleasure of reading. It surpasses all of those other romance novels that I've read with just a few excellently done chapters. WOW. Just wow." – Nita
***Includes bonus sample of Ocean's Gift***
Ocean's Gift series
The suggested reading order for these books is as follows:
Ocean's Gift (#1)
Ocean's Infiltrator (#2)
Water and Fire (standalone prequel)
Good read but...
I loved the story, and I liked how the main characters connected, I was very disappointed at the end 'tho, why did it have to end that way??? two people in love and all... I guess that the author wanted the readers to wander and to have their own conclusions about the end.