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Her Holiday Fireman Second Time Around #2 From his first encounter with the feisty redhead widower and fire marshal Ryan Owen knows he's in trouble He's in Vine Beach to heal not to find romance As for Leah Berry she's come home strictly to lay claim to her family's restaurant and fend off developers Leah is infuriated when Ryan shuts down the restaurant on violations Both are determined to have their way even as something unexpected starts blossoming between them They'll need to learn the hardest thing about love and faith—letting go




10 thoughts on “Her Holiday Fireman Second Time Around #2

  1. says:

    Honestly I just did not care for the writing in this book It was simple and straight forward but it read a little too dry and stilted The dialogue was awkward at times and other times I did not understand what the speaker was trying to convey Earlier in the book there was some foreshadowing that you would have to have a pretty thick head not to have noticed It was all just a little too obvious If you’re going to add a mystery element to the story go for it but there was no subtlety here There were


  2. says:

    Leah Berry has given up her career as an art curator and preservation historian to return to Vine Beach to run the family seafood diner and care for her father who is showing signs of dementia After their historic family home burned down he is now living in the assisted living section of a nursing home Ryan Owen has moved to Vine Beach to take the position as new Fire Chief He is fulfilling a wish he made to his late wife First to celebrate their first anniversary in a seafood restaurant at the beach and se


  3. says:

    I needed a sweet romantic pick me up kind of story I think this book fit the bill It is simple There's no complex themes or intense mystery it is a simple Christmas story I think that is what makes me like it so much a love story without a triangle without any sad endings no unnecessary drama I feel as if the love aspects are realistically written Simple lovely and perfect for Christmastime


  4. says:

    I enjoy this book so much I was captivated by the characters This book has little bit everything love loss and animals Love the unlying story that god can and will change the course of you job and life


  5. says:

    Nice pleasant book with a bit of mystery and great ideas the whole concept of the 'Starting Over' group The climax didn't happen until the last chapter


  6. says:

    a really sweet story


  7. says:

    Title HER HOLIDAY FIREMANAuthor Kathleen Y’BarboPublisher Love InspiredNovember 2012ISBN 978 0 373 87779 9Genre Contemporary romanceLeah Berry’s father has recently been put into a nursing home Leah is struggling to run her daddy’s restaurant and fend off developers who want to buy her family home Well the land Ocean front property is pretty valuable and since the pre Civil War era house burned Leah is living in a small shack beside the sea Ryan Owan has lost his wife Now on what would’ve been his one year anniversary he’s sitting


  8. says:

    Love Inspired puts out uite a few sweet stories and Her Holiday Fireman by Kathleen Y'Barbo is one of themHer Holiday Fireman looks like it takes place at Christmas time from the cover when actually the story starts a couple of months before then The story follow Leah a young women who has taken over running a small eatery in Vine Beach Even though she has perused the education she wanted she felt the need to come back home and help her dad take care of things since he started to battle Alzheimer's Between those two responsibilities Leah doesn't fi


  9. says:

    SUMMARY From his first encounter with the feisty redhead widower and fire marshal Ryan Owen knows he's in trouble He's in Vine Beach to heal not to find romance As for Leah Berry she's come home strictly to lay claim to her family's restaurant and fend off developers Leah is infuriated when Ryan shuts down the restaurant on violations Both are determined to have their way even as something unexpected starts blossoming between them They'll need to learn the hardest thing about love and faith—letting goREVIEW Nice clean romance with a touch of mystery tha


  10. says:

    I loved how Leah and Ryan's relationship developed They were drawn to each other from the beginning but neither was sure what they wanted to feel Leah wanted to stay away from him because he was the fire chief and he kept thinking he was going back to his of job in Houston The only thing I didn't really like about the book was that it didn't show them as a couple that much


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