Although part of a series, all installments can be read as standalones. For more information, visit Morticia Knight’s author page at Totally Bound: https://www.totallybound.com/author/morticia-knight#books
Set Ablaze (Uniform Encounters 1)
Hunky fire chief Eric is out of the closet after twenty years of marriage. Can he find true love, or will a spate of arson fires destroy his chances with Tom, the sexy young firefighter?
Arresting Behaviour (Uniform Encounters 2)
Native American Quinn and Detective Jake come from two opposing worlds. But when opposites attract, the result is explosive.
Lust Emergency (Uniform Encounters 3)
The new ER doctor is smoking hot, and the exotic African American paramedic can't keep his eyes off of him. Tricky relationships and subterfuge at a Phoenix sex club almost drive a permanent wedge between the two, but a bombing at City Hall changes the endgame.
Guarded Desires (Uniform Encounters 4)
A sexy young National Guardsman, a snarky bear of a DEA Agent and a vicious Mexican drug cartel. Someone’s going to be sorry.
Secret Fire (Uniform Encounters 5)
Police officer Zach and Fire Marshal Daryl would be perfect together—if they would ever quit fighting long enough to find out. A devastating fire and the secret behind it almost keeps them from getting what they really need—each other.
Author Name: Morticia Knight
When not indulging in her obsession for books, she loves the outdoors, film and music. The Pacific Northwest is the ideal spot to enjoy both hiking and beachcombing. Once upon a time she was the singer in an indie rock band that toured the West Coast and charted on U.S. college radio. She now resides on the northern coast of Oregon, where the constant rain and fog remind her of visits to family in England and Scotland when she was a child.
She is currently working on a new series about men in uniform entitled Sin City Uniforms and a BDSM spin-off to the Gin & Jazz series entitled The Hampton Road Club.
Cover Artist: Posh Gosh
Publisher: Totally Bound
Fact #5 - EMT Jared Li and his best friend Neil, crashed their high school prom in evening gowns.
The taxi pulled up to the address of the apartment that Dan had scribbled down earlier. He took a deep breath, a bit uncertain as to what he’d signed up for. There was already a Plan B in place, in case the whole dance club thing became too awkward or uncomfortable. He could always pretend he’d gotten a text telling him he had to come in early to work the next day. It seemed that, despite his own internal admonishment from the night before to relax and enjoy himself in life, he was anything but relaxed. And he literally shook from the realization that he was mere seconds from being with Jared again.
I need to get a grip.
He winced at his own choice of words then snapped out of it when the cabbie loudly cleared his throat.
“That’ll be eighteen even.”
He should’ve said he’d be the designated driver—the way he was burning through cash, he was going to have to go on the Top Ramen diet. At least he’d have his meals taken care of on his upcoming weekend at training. And facing the evening with his nerves sans alcohol? Not a good combo.
I can jump out of a fucking plane with less fear.
After he’d paid the driver, he strolled up to the security gate, willing himself to calm the fuck down. He was buzzed in following a quick, cheery welcome from Jared. Hearing his voice had Dan on the edge of a public hard-on, which did nothing to help him feel better about the situation. He yanked off his black bomber jacket and draped it over his arm in front of him.
“Danny, you’re here!”
The door had flung open and Dan sucked in a shocked breath. Jared stood there wearing a towel and nothing else. That is, except for the smoky black kohl makeup around his eyes, the lids covered in a light sprinkle of glitter, his lips glossed with a hint of a shimmering rose tint.
Thank Christ for the jacket.
Jared stepped aside and gestured for Dan to come in. He was unsure what the protocol for them might be in terms of expressing affection. He didn’t want to appear cold, but he didn’t want to come across as grabby either. Jared solved his dilemma by throwing an arm around his neck then yanking him close for a messy smack on his cheek. Chuckling and somewhat embarrassed, Dan returned the hug with the arm not clutching at his coat like a lifeline.
Letting go, Jared touched two fingers to his lips, seemingly to examine the damage to his gloss. “Shit. Good thing there’s plenty more where that came from.”
Jared regarded him. “Don’t be silly.” He scrunched his eyebrows together. “Oh dear, I could be wrong, but I don’t think you were planning on sparkling tonight.”
Jared rubbed a thumb across his cheek.
I’m going to die, it’s that simple.
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August 14: Prism Book Alliance
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August 19: Emotion in Motion
August 20: My Fiction Nook
August 22: Smoocher’s Voice
August 25: Amanda C. Stone
August 26: Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words
August 27: LeAnn’s Book Reviews
August 28: Reviews and Ramblings
August 29: Nephylim
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