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On the other hand, the story often dragged and left me with a itch to move it along. I also didn't enjoy Deke's frequent break downs. The hero doesn't have to Alpha, but the times was a bit too much for me.
Finally, I was very put off by how quickly Libby and Deke reconnect. 10 years in the same small community, and then voila, a couple of discussions and tears, and HEA? Bothered me.
So, I enjoyed it, but not enough for me to add Ms. Ferrell to my TBR pile.
Deke is now the fire chief in the small town of Weston. He still carries the guilt with him along with the burn scars on his body. He gets by doing his job and also by agreeing to help his friend Gage coach the high school football team.
Libby is the town social worker and has a full plate trying to help abused woman finally testify against her husband and also keeping an eye on the new kid in town just placed at the town’s halfway house.
Deke and Libby have avoided each other for 10 years but the teenager and a sudden influx of fires started around town have the two reconnecting again.
The core of this series is always about the people that live in Weston. Some have been friend since childhood. In Close to the Fire we also get the suspense of who is setting the fires and could this be related to the tragedy that happened 10 years ago. Its also about two people forgiving each other and also themselves over something that wasn’t their fault.