A BOOK BAR REVIEW: A FAMILY FOR THE FIREFIGHTER by JACQUELIN THOMAS
A Family For The Firefighter is a heartwarming tale of grief, healing, family dysfunction, as well as a second chance at love. It is engaging with the way these characters journey through the reality of their issues.
A Family for the Firefighter By Jacquelin Thomas
Series: Polk Island Book One
Genres: Small Town Fiction
Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming
Publication Date: May 25, 2021
Heat Level: Sweet
He’s a courageous man…
But can he rescue himself?
Firefighter Leon Rothchild had endured his share of grief. Still, honor compelled him to look after his late friend’s ex-wife and daughter. Though it was obvious the lovely Misty Brightwater could take care of herself, she welcomed Leon into her three-year-old’s life. Their family was a marvelous glimpse into the warmth of the one he’d lost and desperately missed. And perhaps it was the push he needed to risk everything again
A Family For A Firefighter is a heartwarming tale of grief, healing, family dysfunction, as well as a second chance at love.
When a tragic accident unfolds right before Leon, you can't imagine the loss when he realizes that the person in need of assistance is his friend, John. While getting into action, he's connected with the god-daughter that he wasn't ready to accept before. This untimely loss of a friend, father, and husband brings Talei, Leon, and Misty together as fate would have it.
This story will pull at your heartstrings. It is engaging with the way these characters journey through the reality of their issues. The author did a great job crafting this small town and its characters, and I especially loved the connection with Talei and Eon.
If you enjoy a small-town and second chance romance, then I recommend you add this to your reading list.