(3 customer reviews)



After the accident, the chief was pushing me to retire. Being a firefighter was all I had ever wanted, what I lived for. Well, other than my 12-year-old daughter, Abby. Raising her as a single dad, much less a busy firefighter, wasn’t easy, but life never is.

Then a call came in from an all-too-familiar area code. I was being beckoned back to my hometown, back to Canon. I had left that small town years ago, leaving behind a lot, including…her.


I never intended to stay in my hometown of Canon. But after college and losing Travis to the big city, I kind of just ended up back here. My time was spent either teaching at school or reading at home. Both of which contributed to the “spinster” rumors going around.

But my ho-hum existence was suddenly ignited. A girl with fiery red hair and his emerald eyes showed up at the Homestead, his mom’s restaurant. Was he back? Was Travis in Canon?

Burnt is a steamy, full-length single-dad small-town romance with a guaranteed HEA!

3 reviews for Burnt

  1. Brooke Ehly

    A book about second chances and how an accident can lead you to the perfect place at the perfect time. I loved watching these two fall and the family was so fun to listen to. A great listen, especially since the narration was done so beautifully.

    You can find this review as well as my others on my audible listener page.

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    This book had me at single dad romance. I love listening to stories where the single dad finds his happiness. There is something about a man with his child that makes the story more human. Travis is a firefighter, hurt on the job and returns to his hometown to settle his estranged father’s estate. He drops his 12 year old daughter with his mom and when she sends him a selfie, he sees his old girlfriend, Sophie in the background. Little does he know that Sophie has been “waiting” for him all these years. This is a sweet story, the virgin woman who just could not find the man of her dreams since she had already found him and the man who comes back with the same thoughts. I really liked Travis, I found his character very real as he is dealing with his injury, the possibility of having to change careers, raising his daughter and getting his life together. Sophie is relatable, the spinster type of woman who just does not get out of her own way to find her happiness and in this case it works out for her when Travis comes back into town. I love her friend who dresses her, she keeps Sophie fresh and up to date. It’s a fun and easy listen, and my first by Lacy Hart, so I will be looking for more by her!

    The narration by Juliana Solo and Daniel James Lewis is very good. They give the different points of view a good pace and the voices are easy to distinguish. I enjoyed both of their performances.

  3. Karin Anderson

    Standalone Novel.

    Sophie is living her life as a teacher at her hometown high school. When she sees a young girl with eyes she will never forget, Sophie knows that her chance has returned. Travis was injured in the line of duty as a firefighter. Now, he is home to reclaim his father’s house and find a way to live without his career. Abby, Travis’s daughter is excited to be near her grandmother, and encourages her father to pursue Sophie. When Travis and Sophie reunite, the sparks fly.

    If you’re looking for a fun small-town romance with a second-chance twist, this is the book for you!


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