Candice arrives to help with the new baby, even though it means swapping her Louboutins for snow boots and her flat irons for flannel. She’s far from prepared for the freezing cold and she certainly wasn’t expecting the sizzling heat of her attraction to a certain green-eyed cowboy. Ian may be rude and infuriating, but he looks sinfully good in those jeans of his.
The two clash at every turn, but there’s one thing they can both agree on—if they do give in to their undeniable chemistry, then it’s just a fling…because he’s a country boy and she’s a city girl, and their zip codes are on opposite sides of the map.
OMG! I haven't laughed out loud this much from reading in a very long time. Shine, Not Burn was a wonderful pick-me-up, but Mackenzie Fire is an out-right riot! Ian is perfect as the ill-mannered cowboy with the hidden heart of gold, and Candice is exactly what he needs. The girl is practically a "Google MD" and a baby cow mama.