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Finding His Fire: Finding His Fire

Pj Fiala

When the job is too big for local police, Lynyrd Station calls in the security team. They eliminate the threat when no one else can.

Trailing the arsonist who killed his parents, Ford Montgomery will do anything to take down the entire cartel who ruined his life. But when that trail leads to a sexy waitress who's embroiled in it all, Ford knows he can't turn back now.

Megan Marshall trusts nobody. After all, her ex-husband is a cold-blooded killer--and he's on the loose. So when a hot and rugged Army ranger walks into her life, Megan can't deny the flames that illuminate between them. But their only chance at survival is to take down the deadly cartel that threatens everything. With danger igniting and their passion burning, can the ranger and the waitress extinguish the fire that may engulf them all?


Entire series complete!

USA Today bestselling author PJ Fiala brings you the full and complete Lynyrd Station Protectors - Security series-heroes willing to sacrifice everything in service to their country, and for the women they love. Full length novel with no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a happily-ever-after guaranteed.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Patti J. Fiala
  • Publish Date: Dec 9th, 2019
  • Pages: 266
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.56in - 0.59lb
  • EAN: 9781942618485
  • Categories: Romance - Military

About the Author

Fiala, Pj: - USA Today Best Selling Author, PJ Fiala, has published many romance novels over the years. Focusing primarily on romantic suspense, she weaves a little bit of reality with make-believe to create stories with heat, heart and all the feels. PJ lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin but travels to destinations unknown via motorcycle. But it was romance novels that took her to places she'd only dreamed of, and solidified her love of all things romance. Her family keeps her feet on the ground when her mind travels too far from home, delivering both a reality check and a nudge to keep it real.