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“Davis’s new Sugarland Blue series, a spinoff of the Firefighters of Station Five series, features detectives from the Sugarland, Tenn., police department. In the strong series launch, Det. Shane Ford can’t forget his brief affair with fellow officer Daisy Callahan. Though hurt and betrayed by his rejection, Daisy doesn’t hesitate to offer Shane support when his best friend, NFL star Brad Cooper, is found dead from a suspected drug overdose, and Shane becomes the guardian of Brad’s 16-year-old son, Drew. As Daisy helps Shane and Drew cope with Brad’s death, the attraction between Shane and Daisy ignites, and she must decide whether she can trust Shane not to break her heart again. Daisy’s independence and tough nature cover a heart of gold, and her romantic interludes with Shane reveal hidden depths of his character beneath the surface machismo. Explicit erotic scenes and the mystery behind Brad’s death make this a satisfying, fast-paced read.” Agent: Roberta Brown, the Brown Literary Agency.
— Publisher’s Weekly
Reviewed on: 03/11/2013
“Three words for Jo Davis new book in the Firefighters of Station #5 series is OH MY GOSH. This is of course the story of their captain, Sean Tanner. It broke my heart to see this strong man in so much pain and then to realize that love is still there for him in a woman like Eve. The love between these two is beautiful and yet so sad in a star-crossed lovers way but still second chances are worth everything. Jo did a remarkable job in bringing back all the characters and showing how far they have matured from being rambunctious firemen to reformed rakes. This author is truly talented in that she creates these characters with so many traits it's hard to not love them. They are full of pain and laughter, but need a chance to finding love again. Awesome job and once again Jo Davis rocked it in this series. I wish these characters were real!”
—5 Stars, Reviewer Top Pick! Night Owl Reviews on RIDE THE FIRE
“Jo Davis continues her steamy, heat-packed romantic suspense stories with RIDE THE FIRE. This book is a great blend of hot romance with suspenseful, well-plotted action. Firefighters have tough jobs, they get hot, and Ms. Davis knows how to spin a story about a hot firefighter.”
—Fresh Fiction on RIDE THE FIRE
“Grab a fan and settle in for one heck of a smoking hot read. Tommy, while young, is mature and knows what he wants. He is sexy, yet grounded and for me, that made him all the more attractive. Fiery hot love scenes and a look inside the twisted mind of a killer makes Line of Fire stand out. Add in the behind the scenes look at the other characters and I could read this book over and over!”
—Joyfully Reviewed on LINE OF FIRE
“The Shado Agency is back… Jo Davis shows us how a dominant man a man can be, yet also shows his vulnerability in every way. Emma Foster is definitely the woman for [Blaze] in every way from being a perfect sub to the exact match in work for him. I loved that even though she never understood his world she was willing to learn for their love and her man. Great job to Jo and I can't wait for more from this agency. Jo is creating guys that will make you squirm, melt and anxious to see how they love their women all the way. Great Job!”
—5 Stars, Reviewer Top Pick! Night Owl Reviews on I SPY A NAUGHTY GAME
“A masterpiece about danger, action, lost love, and new beginnings, with a bit of bondage on the side.”
—Fresh Fiction on I SPY A NAUGHTY GAME
“This well-paced, clever thriller starts off strong and gets better with each chapter. Davis has created a trio of likable characters and one thoroughly nasty villain. You'll feel the heat emanating from the pages…”
–4 ½ Stars! RT Book Reviews on I SPY A WICKED SIN
"Rev up your big, shiny fire engine-sized expectations, 'cause Davis' sexy, action-packed Hidden Fire lives up to all of 'em."
–Michelle Buonfiglio, BarnesandNoble.com
“Wicked fun and wildly arousing…Davis does what every great romance writer ought…”
–Michelle Buonfiglio, Romance B(u)y The Book, on UNDER FIRE