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Falling for the Fireman Gordon Falls #1 There's something achingly familiar about the look in fire marshal Chad Owens's eyes Widowed mom Jeannie Nelworth knows firsthand what it is loss hurt and yes—bitterness Ever since the fire that changed their lives Jeannie's young son has borne that same look pushing everyone away So she's grateful when Chad tries to get through to the boy with the help of his trusty fire station dogBut the man who's all about safety and prevention keeps himself protected—from loving and losing again Seems as if Jeannie will have to add his kind guarded heart to her rebuilding efforts Another great story with Pleiter's trademarkwit and insight Spiritual without being heavy handed Falling for the Fireman by Allie PleiterWhat makes a classic inspirational romance? It’s than just the presence of a standard firefighting hero or optimistic heroine The men and women are flawed humans sympathetic and realistic in their actions Plot twists and scenes are so engrossing the reader feels compelled to reread the pages The author illustrates what love is before the characters recognize it themselves in an almost aching way Finally a faith lesson is taught in a fresh manner and stands the test of time In Falling for the Fireman Allie Pleiter has written an engrossing classic love story in such a clear bold emotional manner a reader is swept along as strength is found pain is healed and love growsJeannie Nelworth is as human a mother and heroine as can be found She faces fears with a shield of sunny optimism and hides the burden of pain from too much loss Firefighter Chad Owen has his own pain to hide and recognizes other hurting souls in Jeannie and her son Nick who have lost than their home in a fire Chad and Jeannie’s interactions are poignant and beautifully written But it is also Chad’s growing love and empathy for Nick that makes this story so special More than a keeper Falling for the Fireman is a classic A sweet romance about a Fire Marshal a candy store owner and her 13 year old son who are brought together by the damaging role fire has played in their livesChad Owens the fire marshal lost a loved one to fire 8 years ago and has shut down emotionally since that time He is drawn out of this and finds his own faith when he begins to work with Nick Nelworth and is exposed to Nick's mom Jeannie Jeannie and Nick lost her husband his dad in a fiery car accident and recently lost their home to a fire caused by faulty wiring I liked this novel which is a story of two people who have been hurt by the loss of loved ones It was a fun read It has been a good long time since I rated a Harleuin over 2 stars For the first time in a long time I found a book that had believable characters with believable baggage and believable motivations And not only that there were no dumb glaring errors of science because the author chose to a do her homework and b adeuately skirt the issue to avoid making moronic suppositions that other romance authors do instead of doing their homework I liked that Nick was a believable teenager I liked that Jeannie was desperately trying to rebuild her life after two tragedies and still stay strong for her son I liked the fact that Chad was willing to do the hard things that Jeannie couldn't I liked that all three of these characters not only strong in their own ways but when another character faltered they were there to help pick them upMy only real niggle with this book is when Nick hits his tipping point and Jeannie flips out Don't get me wrong it's not okay for Nick to have done what he was doing but Jeannie literally lost her mind thinking Nick turned into a complete delinuent like he had stolen a car or mugged a little old lady or killed the neighbor's cat In this instance the reaction didn't fit the crime so to speak A heartwarming read about real characters with real issues I'm looking forward to continuing this series This was a sweet romance that was about so much like some of the things that can happen to people who survive a horrible house fire As a wife of a firefighter FALLING FOR THE FIREMAN by ALLIE PLEITER caught my attention It wasn’t just the cover or the title but the author herself I’m a huge fan of the historicals she’s written Jeannie Nelworth knows all too well the devastating conseuences of a fire After a fire took her home her son started acting out Lucky for Jeannie Fire Marshall Chad Owens spots the distress in her son’s eyes and offers to helpIf there’s one thing Chad Owens is good at it’s distancing himself from others Especially women After all he’d let his fiancée down in the worst possible way Typical of Allie Pleiter’s writing she made me laugh I was in awe of the great lines she came up with something she never fails to deliver in each story she writes I was amazed at the depth of each character’s uniue circumstance as well as fascinated by the facts she touches on It’s not too often that I walk away from reading a Love Inspired story feeling enriched by the subject matter The Chinese lanterns were especially interesting and such a neat touch to the story I also commend her for bringing to light the different affects a fire can have in one’s life not taking the typical route with the characters in regards to their situation For such a small book ALLIE PLEITER packed it full of information and uniue situations I'm not a fan of contemporary romance Christian or not But I needed a book for a challenge and when I saw this on the list I remembered how much I liked the author's Homefront Hero so I gave it a try and I'm glad I did as it turned out to be a cut above averagePleiter gives the reader what they're looking for in this kind of book characters you can like a plot that moves along well romance that develops over time But she adds something that some Christian writers can't seem to manage a realistic examination of faith In this book we have three people who are trying to recover from tragedies in their life They pick different ways to cope but all of them are realistic Having experienced real tragedies in my life I dislike so called Christian books that make faith look simple like all you need to do is go to church once and pray a prayer and everything is fine Faith can be confusing and healing takes time Pleiter seems to know that and in this book she tells the story of three people who are on a journey of healing It's not a depressing story of course but it has enough truth in it to earn my respect and praise I liked it

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