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Firestorm (Full Circle) Kindle Edition

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Book 6 in the Best-selling Full Circle Series
Will Reyne remain trapped in a life without risk--
and a life without love?

As a smoke jumper, Reyne Oldre--friend to Rachel Tanner and Beth Morgan (Refuge)--once led a team of courageous firefighters into a blaze that ended in unspeakable tragedy. Now crippled by fear, she conducts fire research from a safe distance, determined not to risk that kind of pain again. But when the flames of love begin to flicker between her and smoke jumper Logan McCabe, Reyne must face the fearsome storms from her past and battle the raging Firestorm that burns in her soul.

About the Author

Bergren is the best-selling award winning author of over 14 titles, including The Bridge, and all six of the Full Circle series.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2486 KB
  • Print Length: 268 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1578564662
  • Publisher: WaterBrook Press (March 7, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 7, 2012
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003FCTZ9W
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,442 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lisa Tawn Bergren is the best-selling author of over thirty novels, children's books, and nonfiction books. She's currently working on a teen time travel series called River of Time. Lisa and her husband Tim reside in Colorado with their three children.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Casey Ward on May 15, 1999
Format: Paperback
Reyne is a fire specialist who went to back line fire work after her team of hot shots had to ride through a firestorm in tiny fire tents. The loss of young lives took Reyne off the front lines of firefighting due to fears she couldnt face. Logan is a smokejumper who loves the frontlines and is given the assistance of Reyne to make a contraption that will help smokejumpers caught in trees. It doesnt take long for them to fall in love but can Reyne be with a man who loves to come face to face with the one fear in her life she cant let go of?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 30, 1998
Format: Paperback
This is one of Lisa's Best! The story is about Reyne and Logan. How they met and how he helped her through a difficult problem she would rather not have faced. His compassion and love for her is unending. For those who have read Refuge, this continues the story of Matt and Beth and what they must face in the future. Lisa Tawn Bergren has such a beautiful way to her writing. She made me feel as if I could go to Montana and meet these folks. I highly recommend this book but be sure you have the tissues near by!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Pantinas on May 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
In the sixth book in this series, smoke jumper Reyne Oldre deals with her inner demons from a tragedy that happened on her watch. Now out of the front line work and putting all of her effort into fire science and helping those who fought the dragon, Reyne is unexpectedly, and irritatingly, paired with smoke jumper Logan McCabe. Logan's project had been given her research money, and the powers that be expect her to work with him on top of it. Sparks fly, first from anger, then from romance, as Reyne must confront her past or run the risk of losing her future.

I will admit, I have not read the other books in this series. For the most part, I think the author did a great job in not making that a necessity. Any back story that was needed was provided when necessary. The best part of this book was the story of the fires. Through the majority of the middle of the book, we follow Reyne and Logan as, separately, through the summer fire season and all that type of stress encompasses.

As this is a contemporary Christian romance, the love story is sweet. The turmoil that rises between the two is often prayed about as they try to maneuver their way through their relationship. The other people in the book were all united by the same Christian belief.

While all of this was the good parts of the book, I have to be honest. I was really left wanting. Although, yes, this is a Christian romance, and so no sex, I still expected some sort of passion or romance. I didn't buy the relationship with Reyne and Logan. For a gal who was supposed to be walled off from other men, she caved to Logan very quickly with very little conflict. And Logan making a bet to marry her before the end of fall after only meeting her once felt false and frat-boyish.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By i blog 4 books on August 29, 2012
Format: Paperback
Only after I started reading Firestorm did I realize that I read the entire Full Circle series several years ago when it was first published. I didn't really remember the details of the story, though, so it was like reading it for the first time.

After enduring every smoke jumper's worst nightmare, Reyne became a fire researcher and vows to do everything in her power to prevent more deaths. When Logan is awarded the funding for his research project--at the expense of hers--she is furious. As they work together to complete the project, Reyne finds herself opening to this smoke jumper. Will Reyne be able to trust God to protect her heart and keep Logan safe?

Oh, what a great story! There was plenty of action as Reyne, Logan, and others fought fires throughout the summer. I was impressed by Bergren's research of the nature of forest fires and the technical side of fighting them. It really made for a fascinating story. The romance was so sweet, too, and I really empathized with Reyne's fears and desire to overcome them.

For those who have read the earlier books in the series, you'll be excited to reconnect with Beth and Rachel from earlier books. The friendship between the three women was a wonderful storyline too. While much of the book was fairly predictable (not necessarily a bad thing!), I will say there was one super unexpected twist in the book that left me in tears! Without giving anything away, I also liked that Bergren included the novella Sand Castles at the end of the book to close out the saga. It gave closure to a pretty significant loose end. I'm so glad I rediscovered this series! [4 stars]

I received a free copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnomah's Blogging for Books program in exchange for my fair and honest review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ashleymarie914 on June 15, 2012
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Firestorm written by Lisa Tawn Bergren was an interesting read. All of the little book flap and internet synopses give an overview similar to this: "As a smoke jumper, Reyne Oldre once led a team of courageous firefighters into a blaze that ended in unspeakable tragedy. Now crippled by fear, she conducts fire research from a safe distance, determined not to risk that kind of pain again. But when the flames of love begin to flicker between her and smoke jumper Logan McCabe, Reyne must face the fearsome storms from her past and battle the raging Firestorm that burns in her soul."

I was more than intrigued to see how someone from the outside the world of fire intertwines it with the plot of a romance novel. Overall, this novel was a fun read but not the best written book I have ever. It was not amazing nor was it awful for me particularly. I did finish it and I was trapped in some of the plot lines. There were a few flaws that kept me from truly enjoying this book.

As someone that is getting married to, and living the life that accompanies fire and Wildland Firefighters, there were elements and fire details of the story that were hard for me to put aside. First of all, the main female character, Reyne, WAS NOT a Smokejumper. I feel that someone that went through the work of researching other details of Wildfire should have been able to correctly describe the heroine's line of work. And while the story itself is set in the early to mid nineties, and that admittedly was a goofy time for many people, the overall feeling and scene set for the numerous fire camps was overly childish and rather silly.
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