Burnin' For You: inspirational romantic suspense (Montana Fire Book 3) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 260 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I enjoyed getting to know Reuben and Gilly better in this story. Their hopes and buried dreams, their fears and rejections and all that made them who they are. I also enjoyed another burning visit to the northern forests during fire season, an up close and personal look at smoke jumping and all they face.
I was a bit confused by somethings, went back and reread and it wasn't clarified, but I can't tell you what because that would ruin the story for you. I'd also love more background on Reuben's father... something about him intrigued me.
All in all, this was a great read. Not as long as Ms. Warren's usual stories but long enough to develop the characters, set the scene and draw the reader in. I will be back with a review (in a few weeks) of Ms. Warren's fall 2016 release Wild Montana Skies.
I love Ms. Warren's books and BURNIN' FOR YOU was no different. It left me shutting off my kindle with a sigh and wondering what I could read next that would (as if anything could) top this.
Tough yet vulnerable heroes Reuben and Gilly fight hard to do what they love but keep others, especially each other, at arm's length due to history. When duty calls and danger flares, will they take a chance or kill the flame?
This story is the one where we *finally* get Reuben and Gilly's story, an attraction that has been hinted in the previous books. They learn a lesson in teamwork and trust when their team's lives depend on their abilities to battle the elements and find help (and all of this while realizing their chemistry and fighting an arsonist.)
One important line was delivered by Gilly's sister, and if I may paraphrase, she encouraged Gilly to not letting her fears determine or failures dictate her choices or limit her potential.
The arc of a mystery arsonist is finally solved in this one. It was well threaded through the 3 different stories -- I didn't suspect who it was at all!
Main theme/lesson: Trusting God to handle your life is the only way to have true peace. And, illustrating how God waits for us to choose Him, seek Him.