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His family came second. After she moved away, her relationship with her dad became pretty rocky because she resented him for this. But when she married, she married a fireman. He was never around either. The man he was when they were dating was completely different from the man he became after they married.
Their son, Owen, came along and two years later he was killed in the line of duty. After that, Marissa despised the fireman profession and wanted nothing to do with it. She didn't want her son to have anything to do with it either! Enter good looking and irresistible Jacob who came at a time Marissa really needed him.
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She'd been feeling lonely and wishing she still had her husband to help with the little things when he came. They started seeing each other, but when he found out who she was the daughter of the fire chief and when she found out who he really was a fireman , they fought their attraction.
This book was about healing relationships and learning to move on. It's about living again. The author did really good at bringing all of this together. It was a sweet story. One thing I'll not, though, is that I got a little upset with Marissa a couple of times with her getting upset that a firemen came to her son's school to talk about fire prevention. The fact that she was made because now her son wanted to be a fireman when he grew up - how many little boys had that dream and grew out of it?
But she still let Owen have his fire toys and talk about it so I can't fault her too much. The story was a good example at how we can let circumstances make us judgmental and resistant to things in life. Fireman Dad, by Betsy St. Amant, is a fantastic read. I love macho firemen and Jacob Greene is definitely that and much more. Sparks fly between him and Marissa Hawthorne, enough to ignite a blazing fire. But she keeps her distance from him, and he has no idea why or what is holding her back since she seems to care for him too.
His questions are soon answered when he discovers several major obstacles--obstacles that may force him to stop their fiery romance from ever igniting.
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Want to know what they are? Read the book to find out. Amant has created a fresh romance spotlighting the world of firemen and those who love them. Her insider knowledge and ability to weave a tale that is current yet timeless make her book one not to be missed. With a workaholic fire chief father and late husband who died in the line of duty, Marissa Hawthorne carries more than her Firefighters come and go in romance popularity but their work ethic, risky profession, and brotherhood always make them appealing heroes to me.
With a workaholic fire chief father and late husband who died in the line of duty, Marissa Hawthorne carries more than her share of baggage when it comes to interacting with firemen. But then Jacob Greene appears on the scene as her personal hero. He is everything she could want in a man: Jacob is just as attracted to Marissa but has his own obstacles to developing a relationship with her. But when he decides to leap past those obstacles, watch out! Amant brings these two characters together is a lovely combination of longing, love, and lessons in trusting God.
A bit of suspense running through the book makes the reader turn the pages a bit faster but it was the courtship of Jacob and Marissa, set against the background of modern day struggles, making me race to the epilogue. Jul 21, Debra Ullrick rated it it was amazing.
Fireman Dad, by Betsy St. Amant, is a fantastic read.
Sweet romance from the very beginning. I love macho firemen and Jacob Greene is definitely that and much more.
Sparks fly between him and Marissa Hawthorne, enough to ignite a blazing fire. But she keeps her distance from him, and he has no idea why or what is holding her back since she seems to care for him too. His questions are soon answered when he discovers several major obstacles—obstacles that may force him to stop their fiery romance Fireman Dad, by Betsy St. His questions are soon answered when he discovers several major obstacles—obstacles that may force him to stop their fiery romance from ever igniting.
Want to know what they are? Read the book to find out. Against her better judgment, Marissa takes on client Jacob. But when she finds out what he does for a living, she quickly douses the flames of romance between them. One dead fireman was enough. Will Jacob and his cookie bouquet be able to tear down the fortress wall Marissa has built around her heart?
It will be money WELL spent. Jul 06, Patriciaw rated it really liked it. Enjoyed this story about a widowed young mother and a fireman.
Fireman Dad by Betsy St. Amant
Funny how sometimes God gives us exactly what we don't want Oct 01, Sarah TheAromaofBooks rated it it was ok. Marissa is a widow raising her young son on her own. Her husband was a firefighter and died in a fire; Marissa also grew up with her dad as the town's fire chief and felt like he was never there for her as he always prioritized work. When Marissa meets Jacob, she is immediately attracted to him and begins to wonder if maybe there could be romance in her future.
But when she finds out that he's a firefighter, she's determined to not get at involved with him, as she's sworn off of firefighters Marissa is a widow raising her young son on her own. But when she finds out that he's a firefighter, she's determined to not get at involved with him, as she's sworn off of firefighters forever. Honestly, this book aggravated me quite a bit as Marissa was just a tad too ridiculous.
She was so bitter and obnoxious about her dad, and I kept wondering that if the whole 'firefighters work too much' thing bothered her so much, why did she marry one the first time around? She's completely unreasonable on the subject, and when her son, who is in kindergarten or first grade, I can't remember, talks about wanting to be a firefighter, she basically flips out. How many of us have followed our six-year-old dreams - or even remember them??
I skimmed through large portions of this story hoping that Marissa would become less aggravating, but she really didn't. Aug 14, Brenda rated it really liked it Shelves:
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