Kristine Cayne visits with eye candy and new releases!

Why write firefighter romance? For one thing, it takes incredible strength and courage to face fires and other dangerous situations on a daily basis. Even more, it take incredible love and character to be the significant other of a firefighter. I wanted to acknowledge the hardships that come with such a dangerous profession and the toll it can take on families and friends. I believe the Six-Alarm Sexy series does just that. The series follows these brave men and women into their personal lives as they re-evaluate what's important to them. Some will delve deeper into existing relationships, while others will take on new and unexpected partners. Either way, it's a rocky ride that I hope readers will enjoy taking with me.

When Seattle is struck by a devastating earthquake, technical rescue firefighter Jamie Caldwell must save his estranged wife and daughter from the wreckage of a collapsed building. He's defied the odds hundreds of times, but will his luck finally run out for good? 

A Short Excerpt

Adrenaline surging through her system, Erica hung onto the doorjamb as the quake rocked the old courthouse. The building swayed and groaned, windows rattled and shattered as the earth continued to tremble. Cracks raced across the ceiling and plaster dust showered down, covering everything in a thin white film. She’d lived in Seattle all her life but had never experienced a quake as powerful as this one.

And her daughter was all alone.

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ALARM SEXY, BOOK ONE) by Kristine Cayne
Awards and Top Reviews

Winner - Best BDSM Romance - 2012 Sizzling Awards


A firefighter desperate to save his failing marriage earns the trust--and the sexual submission--of his controlling wife in the most pleasurable of ways.
After an explosive one-night stand results in pregnancy, Jamie Caldwell is thrilled to marry the perfect foil to his Dom side. But when his submissive wife starts cringing every time he gives a command, Jamie shackles his dark desires. A bout of rough, frenzied reunion sex makes him wonder if now he should free the Dom he's kept in chains and teach Erica the joys of submission and sexual surrender.
Erica Caldwell secretly loved every sinful thing Jamie did to her on their first night together. However, terrified she'll become a codependent doormat like her mother, she repeatedly rejects Jamie's dominance, despite craving the kind of release only he can give her--the release that comes from yielding to Jamie's every demand.
Hoping that the trust required by BDSM will help them rebuild their faith in each other, Jamie and Erica embark on a journey of sexual exploration. But is it too late to repair their crumbling marriage?

A Sexy Excerpt
Something soft and cool slid over her eyes. “What’s this?” she asked, reaching for it.
“Shh… It’s just a blindfold. To heighten your senses.”
Like she needed her senses heightened? He’d already taken her places she’d never been. “I’m not sure about—”
His hand smacking her butt cheek completely derailed her train of thought. “Did you just slap me?”
“That was a spank. Now turn around.” He tied the scarf over her eyes, plunging her into darkness.
He was so right.

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  1. Scarlet Pumpernickel // March 29, 2013 at 11:04 PM  

    This sounds like a wonderful series. These men and women are the heros of our country and deserve to be recognized.

  2. Mary Marvella // March 30, 2013 at 12:29 AM  

    And have some fun!

  3. Autumn Jordon // March 30, 2013 at 4:29 PM  

    Welcome to the PFS, Kristine.

    Love this cover and love the premise. Aftershocks is definitely going on my kindle wish list.

  4. Mary Ricksen // March 31, 2013 at 1:26 PM  

    Love that cover!!!!

  5. Kristine Cayne // March 31, 2013 at 11:43 PM  

    Thank you, Scarlet. I hope I can help get them their due recognition in my small way. :)

  6. Kristine Cayne // March 31, 2013 at 11:43 PM  

    Thank you, Autumn! I'm glad to be here at PFS. I hope you enjoy Aftershocks when you get a chance to read it. :)

  7. Kristine Cayne // March 31, 2013 at 11:44 PM  

    Thank you, Mary. I think it turned out pretty great. :)

  8. Kristine Cayne // March 31, 2013 at 11:44 PM  

    Thank you so much for having me here, Mary!

  9. Beth Trissel // April 4, 2013 at 5:54 PM  

    I have great admiration for firefighters. My husband was a volunteer firefighter for years. Your series sounds terrific.