Can't Help Falling In Love: Gabe & Megan (The Sullivans, Book 3)
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Get ready for another Sullivan bad boy to fall in love in the third book of Bella Andre's bestselling contemporary romance series!
BOOK DESCRIPTION: Gabe Sullivan risks his life every day as a firefighter in San Francisco. But after learning a brutal lesson about professional boundaries, he knows better than to risk his heart to his fire victims ever again. Especially the brave mother and daughter he saved from a deadly apartment fire...and can't stop thinking about.
Megan Harris knows she owes the heroic firefighter everything for running into a burning building to save her and her seven-year-old daughter. Everything except her heart. Because after losing her navy pilot husband five years ago, she has vowed to never suffer through loving - and losing - a man with a dangerous job again.
Only, when Gabe and Megan meet again and uncontrollable flames of desire ignite between them, how can he possibly ignore her courage, determination, and beauty? And how can she deny not only his strong bond with her daughter...but the way his sweetly sensual kisses are challenging her to risk everything she's been guarding for so long?
This winter, if one - or both - of them aren't careful, they just might end up falling in love.Book 1 in the Sullivan series, THE LOOK OF LOVE, and Book 2, FROM THIS MOMENT ON, are also available!
"Gabe just might be my favorite Sullivan yet! I LOVED this book." Marie Force, Bestselling Author of Treading Water
"The perfect combination of sexy heat and tender heart." Barbara Freethy, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Bella Andre writes warm, sexy contemporary romance that always give me a much needed pick me up. Reading one of her books is truly a pleasure." New York Times Bestselling author Maya Banks
"I can't wait for more Sullivan brothers!" Carly Phillips, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Loveable characters, sizzling chemistry, and poignant emotion." Christie Ridgway, USA Today Bestselling Author
"No one does sexy like Bella Andre." Sarah MacLean, New York Times Bestselling Author
girlfriends—well, fiancée in Chase’s case—are fantastic. So that leaves Zach and Ryan and Smith. They’re all free. At least as far as I know.” Another light bulb went off. Smith Sullivan, the movie star, was Sophie’s brother. And so was Ryan Sullivan, the pro baseball player. Clearly, the Sullivan family was way too potent for its own good. Especially since watching Smith up on a big screen in a dark movie theatre and Ryan on the mound had never made her all tingly the way Gabe’s dark gaze was
Megan was a little worried. Knowing Summer was in good hands with Gabe, Megan followed the path that Sophie had taken around the yard to a small shed. Opening it slowly, she looked inside and found her friend sitting on a large upturned pot. “Sophie?” “Oh!” Sophie started to jump up, when she realized who it was. “Megan, hi.” She looked a little sheepish at being caught in the potting shed, but she smiled and said, “Care to join me?” Megan grinned at her old friend, closing the door behind
and smiled at him. “Summer and I are fine and that’s what matters.” He was struck, yet again, by how strong she always expected herself to be, and wanted to say something more to let her know that it was okay to grieve her loss, even of little things, when she snapped her fingers and said, “Wait, I know where the beans are.” She pointed at a cupboard that went up to the ceiling. “Up there.” She was reaching for a stool that was stored between the fridge and the counter when he said, “I’ll get
is seventy-two.” She looked shocked by the hours. “Do you sleep at the station?” “When I can.” She looked as serious as he’d ever seen her. “I wish things were different, Gabe, but they aren’t. Last night was great, but...” She took a deep breath, looked him straight in the eye. “Nothing has changed.” Her words settled like cement in the bottom of his gut and it wasn’t easy to keep his voice relaxed. “You’re having breakfast with me. That’s change.” A huge one, for the better. She pushed
the words, to admit just how much she cared about him. It was what she’d been on the verge of doing a split second before the urgent call came in. But she still couldn’t do it, not when fear for him was eating her up from the inside out. No matter how much she wanted to, she couldn’t stop him from going to the fire. Chaining him to her and Summer, forcing him to live a “safe” life, would kill him inside faster than a fire ever could. His cell went off again and she hugged him tight, then