This post includes a book giveaway, so don’t miss the question below!
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Again Gail Martin is a very dear friend, but that doesn’t mean I can’t read, enjoy and review her books sincerely. 🙂
Again this isn’t the first of her books I’ve read either. Gail and I were unpublished together and I relish seeing how much she had accomplished and the good stories she has given her MANY readers.
The impetus that drives this story is the two main characters: Devon and Ashley. Devon is the firefighter of the title and Ashley is his neighbor. Both characters are immediately likeable and sympathetic–meaning I cared about them in the very first scene.
Both however have “baggage.” She lost her husband in Afghanistan and he lost his wife to depression and both have young children.
So if you like stories about good people dealing honestly with hard problems, you will appreciate this story! Well done, Gail!
If you’d like a chance to win my slightly read copy of this book, please leave a comment.
QUESTION: Why do you think women like to read stories about firefighters? And do you? Why or why not?
PS: Rita Navarre won a copy of Merrillee Whren’s SECOND CHANCE REUNION!