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Waking, she immediately tried to get up and track down her daughter. But Stella was there with her and calmed her down. While Stella brought Janie up to speed on what had happened to her, Travis, the firefighter who rescued her, knocked on the door and came in to see how she was. She definitely felt a reaction being near him! She figured she must still be a little out of it! Travis also had felt a connection and a protectiveness he had never felt before.
Janie was an elementary teacher and her school was getting a visit from the fire department to let the children ask questions. Janie was stunned when the principal introduced Travis as their guest, and then asked Janie to be his host and accompany him to each of the classrooms. Again, each of them felt the attraction.
This is a really cute story about two likeable people who seem almost surprised to find that they are drawn to each other. But the reader can feel the connection through the author’s detailed description of the events. I almost felt like I knew these characters personally, and I was cheering for them all the way as they dealt with their issues. I highly recommend this book. I was given a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it. My comments reflect my honest opinion.
Janie Stevens was crossing Kachemak Bay in Alaska when her boat listed and she was thrown overboard. She was rescued by hot paramedic/firefighter/good guy Travis Wilkes. Janie has problems trusting men because she watched her mother being abused by a stepfather (who eventually landed in prison). She was also busy raising an adopted daughter alone. But she can't get Travis out of her head. Travis was also too busy for love. His job kept him busy, and his downtime he spends with the guys. But Janie rattled his resolve to stay aloof. With approaching Christmas, perhaps the Holiday spirit and willingness to share their families may bring them together, permanently.
Pretty cozy and fun read, nothing too spectacular, but it's a well-polished novel with properly defined characters.
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