“Jackson & Nick” is part of the ‘Storming Love: Wild Fire’ series and features firefighter Jackson Kain and Dr. Nicolas Kirby who travel to a secluded cabin only to discover that the heat between them pales in comparison to the wildfire that forces them to face challenges that will force them to search for courage and the strength to show their true feelings.
This contemporary m/m romance is a short but action-filled novella that does a great job of allowing the reader to establish a rapport with two sexy men who each have stressful jobs and are working out the parameters of their relationship. I love the glimpse of Nick’s hectic life, the patience and determination that characterize Jackson, and their adventures that get more and more intense, as does the heat between them. I enjoyed this story and there was no problem reading it as a stand-alone, but I definitely would like to read a much longer story featuring these two guys. This was an enjoyable quick read.
Fireman Jackson Kain and ER physician Dr. Nick Kirby would both like nothing better than to leave behind their high-pressure NY City lives for a just a few days in the peaceful wilds of Northern Ca. Two ordinary men exploring their growing relationship in glorious, undisturbed beauty of nature. Before this trip is over, both men will need all their specialized abilities and training to survive their romantic interlude turned WILD FIRE.
Recuperating from an work-related injury, NY City fireman Jackson Kain convinces new boyfriend Dr. Nicolas Kirby to spend a few days at a secluded California cabin in the woods far away from the hustle and bustle of their stressful worlds.
Nick is a cautious man with protective walls around him that persistent, persuasive Jackson is determined to breakdown, scale or tunnel under. These few days are Jackson's best chance to convince Nick he is sincere and reliable in all things, including matters of the heart. Unfortunately, both men are going to get more opportunities to prove themselves than either bargained for.
What was supposed to be a relaxing break from the world to get to know one another better turns into a struggle for survival, that pits both men against nature and time.