Into The Flames

Into The Flames

by Lisa B. Kamps


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When desire burns too deeply...

Firefighter Dale Gannon is done. He's done with women, done with people, just done. Desperately trying to move on and let go of his guilt, Dale wants nothing more than to steer clear of all the crazy that plagues his world. He just craves a little time to process all that's happened in the past six months. But when he meets the feisty, free-spirited woman who moves in next door, she opens up a whole new world of crazy for him.

Melanie Reeves sees the world differently than most. Giving color, vibrancy, and life to each moment, she displays it all on a canvas for everyone to view--and judge. But her obnoxious neighbor changes her perspective on everything. When she discovers the guilt that's destroying Dale, Melanie refuses to allow him to be engulfed in his own remorse. Now, it's up to her to pull him out of the flames of despair. But can a sassy artist rescue a courageous fireman without getting burned herself?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537237336
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/22/2016
Pages: 334
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Lisa B. Kamps is the author of the best-selling series The Baltimore Banners, featuring "hard-hitting, heart-melting hockey players" (USA Today), on and off the ice. Her newest series, Firehouse Fourteen, features hot and heroic firefighters who put more than their lives on the line.

In a previous life, she worked as a firefighter with the Baltimore County Fire Department, then did a very brief (and not very successful) stint at bartending in east Baltimore, and finally served as the Director of Retail Operations for a busy Civil War non-profit.

Lisa currently lives in Maryland with her husband and two sons (who are mostly sorta-kinda out of the house), one very spoiled Border Collie, two cats with major attitude, several head of cattle, and entirely too many chickens to count. When she's not busy writing or chasing animals, she's cheering loudly for her favorite hockey team, the Washington Capitals--or going through withdrawal and waiting for October to roll back around!

Interested in reaching out to Lisa? She'd love to hear from you, and there are several ways to contact her:

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Into The Flames 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Lisa B. Kamps’ INTO THE FLAMES is a hot addition to the Firehouse Fourteen Series. For the past three-month, fireman Dale Gannon, has been suffering from lack of sleep because of his annoying new neighbor’s absence of courtesy by blaring awful music. The last thing he expects when he finally confronts his neighbor is to be attracted to her. This contemporary romance is suitable for adults. It is set in Baltimore. We get to know Dale in Lisa B. Kamps’ ON THIS ICE (The Baltimore Banners, #8). He is the brother of youth hockey referee, Lauren Gannon, who begins dating Baltimore Banners defenseman, Kenny Haskell, in that story. I love that these two series crossed over. In ON THIS ICE Dale’s and Lauren’s little sister Lindsay, poisoned Lauren. In INTO THE FLAMES, Lindsey is about to go to trial for her crime. Dale feels guilty for his sister’s action, thinking that if he gave her more attention, she might have not turned out so spoiled and self-entitled. While you could follow INTO THE FLAMES without reading ON THIS ICE, I highly suggest you read ON THIS ICE. It is an excellent book, and it gives you the story of what happened prior to this book. Dale is a great guy. He is brave and dependable. He hasn’t been himself because of the things going on with his sister. His friends and family are worried about him. He finally starts to come back around when he meets Melanie. I love that he calls Melanie Smurfette. It is very appropriate considering how he meets her. Artist, Melanie Reeves is a fun free-spirited person. I love that she has a great sense of color, being able to express emotions in her artwork. I also like, that her artwork evolved throughout the story as her feelings changed. I thought it was cool that both of Melanie's parents are artist. I love that her mom understands her by just looking at her paintings. I appreciated that Dale always ends up helping Melanie when she is locked out of her apartment. I love that Lauren and Kenny are in this story a lot. I like that Lauren got along with Melanie and invited her to her first hockey game. Lisa B. Kamps did an amazing job with INTO THE FALMES. The plot was well-executed and believable. The characters are emotional and evolve throughout the story. This was an excellent read from cover to cover. Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Rhondaz More than 1 year ago
Into The Flames by Lisa B. Lamps....Wow, what a wonderful story that you can't put down. This book has a great storyline and hits all emotion buttons, which is what I look for in a great book. I loved Dale and Melanie they were very well written and likeable characters. Lisa B. Lamp is such a talented author she knows how to suck the readers into the story. I will be reading the other books in this series. I was given a complimentary book for an honest review.
Sue_H More than 1 year ago
Art, Emotions, and Love. Wow! What an emotion packed story! This is the fourth book in the Firehouse Fourteen series. While this book is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone and the story itself does not end in a cliffhanger. Though for this book it really helps if you have read On Thin Ice (Baltimore Banners #8) as it contains some backstory about Dale and what he's been dealing with regarding his sisters. Hot and steamy sex so definitely a book for 18+. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all of that info here. The author did a fantastic job of giving depth, thoughts, emotions, and struggles to these characters. You can tell that the author is a former firefighter by how well she knows the workings at the firehouse as well as what they are experiencing on the job. She also was fantastic at describing Melanie's paintings. She made them come to life in my mind. I can't wait to read future books in this series! I highly recommend that you read this book and the entire Firehouse Fourteen series! I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review but would have purchased it anyway if I had not.
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Neighbors can be annoying and that is just what Dale believes his horrible noisy neighbor is. Why? Because when he is trying to sleep the neighbor has opera blaring so loudly sleep is impossible. As a firefighter Dale needs his rest and is not getting it. He is rather surprised to find out that the big burly guy he thinks lives next door is really a tiny redheaded artist that intrigues him…just as he intrigues her. Their relationship is not easy with ups and downs, close times and more distant ones, issues to contend with and family that is interesting, to say the least. This was a fun, easy read that had a HEA ending and I would like to thank NK author services for the copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 3.5 Stars
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
LOVED this story!! How have I not come across this author before?? Her writing is excellent, the story is fun and sexy, I these characters made me laugh, cheer, and cry. I will be going back and reading more from this author! Dale Gannon is a very sexy firefighter who has decided being single is the way to go. Women just bring too much crazy to his life. Then he meets his imp of a neighbor, Melanie Reeves (aka Smurfette) and his world will never be the same. He doesn't understand the draw to her. She's sassy, artistic, and carefree. So not his type but he is inexplicably drawn to her. These two have baggage and insecurities but if they can learn to trust each other they might be able to have it all. A book I highly recommend.