Horrific fires continue to burn throughout North America. Courageous men and women, whether they are members of hotshot crews or smoke jumpers battle immense out-of-control blazes.
However, they pay a huge price. As the fire season progresses, they suffer mental and physical fatigue. Often they experience health issues because they don’t have enough time to rest and recuperate and eat properly.
It’s a culture where the participants tend to ignore their own issues. There is peer pressure to perform. Many want to protect natural resources and structures at all costs. Bonding is intense. Friends are made for life.
Quinn Cooper, my protagonist in Finding Quinn discovers that work on the fire line is addictive and satisfying. He cannot see a place for him in the world except for this occupation.
Until he meets Kelsey Malone. Quinn has to re-think his goals in life. Take the opportunity to read Finding Quinn and discover Quinn and Kelsey’s journey.