Books by Jo Davis

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Sworn to Protect

Taking on the guardianship of a child is a very difficult thing. There are so many transitions and adjustments on all sides, and a lot of awkwardness. When the hero of Sworn to Protect becomes the guardian of a teenager, there are, of course, a lot of changes to be made. However, the emotional adjus ...

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Line of Fire

Line of Fire is Jo Davis’s fourth book in her series about the men and women of Fire Station Five. It not only gives us the story of Tommy Skylar, the glamour boy of the outfit, but sets up the story for Sean Tanner, whose story will be told in the next book in the series.  Tommy Skylar is tal ...

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Under Fire

No one could say that Under Fire is realistic, elegantly written, or populated with believable characters. I’ve read books like that. Some are excellent, and some are elegant, but kind of dull. Then there’s Under Fire. Nothing is realistic, everything is over the top, and the plot could only hap ...

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Trial by Fire

There are plenty of books with fireman heroes out there, but for some reason (because I don't really have a fireman fantasy?) I haven't read many of them. I found Trial by Fire to be a bit of a mixed bag. There were some suspenseful parts that I really enjoyed, and some that just didn't work as well ...

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Trial By Fire

I have a weakness for books featuring firefighter heroes, so when I saw Trial By Fire on the shelf at Wal-Mart, I thought I’d give it a try. This is the beginning of a series about the firefighters of station five in a small town in Tennessee. It’s a fast moving tale but I can’t say it’s a w ...