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Fire Born (Firehouse 343) Paperback – February 11, 2013
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About the Author
Christina Moore has appeared Off-Broadway and in regional theaters. For many years, she was in the resident acting company of the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. Moore has narrated more than one hundred Recorded Books audiobooks. Critics consistently praise her ability to convey a books distinctive emotional tone. AudioFile raves, Master storyteller Christina Moore gives voice to every emotion and to each character.
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Top Customer Reviews
The easy interactions between Chris and the rest of his crew were endearing, too, and the tense-but-mostly-friendly banter between Chris and Tony made me laugh. And wow, I loved Ronnie. I hope she shows up again somewhere in the series! She's had it hard, and she deserves a happy ending of her own.
There were also a few little plot twists throughout the story that had me sitting back and saying, "Huh, didn't see that coming!" All in all, it's a charming story with emotionally believable characters, very good use of foreshadowing, and great pacing throughout.
There are a few editing errors sprinkled here and there, and the language was a little gratuitous in some places but oh, Martie and Chris - these two are definitely worth getting to know!
Without putting any spoilers in here I would like to tell you about a very hard headed Italian woman and a very protective Native American man. The Man, Chris, is a firefighter and has been through some difficult times and the one he is going through now it one of his hardest times to date. That is until he meets Martie and finds out he can love again and is too guarded from past experiences with women.
He refuses to admit how he feels and so does she. That is until they have to face a very harrowing experience that makes them both see that they are made to be together.
I can not post more without giving things away so you will just have to get this book to find out what is going on and page through the twists and turns of the amazing rollercoaster ride.
Oh I read till 6 a.m. this morning because I could not let the book out of my hands till I found out for sure who the "bad guy" was.
I highly recommend this book to anyone over 18.
Mina J. Moore, Author of The Dom Prize
There are definite positives to the book, though. On the upside the premise is good, the physicality was all that and a bag of chips, and I enjoyed getting to know the characters. Some of them were flawed; some were wise (Chris' Grandpa); the (gorgeous) main characters were engaging and I could feel that they genuinely cared for each other; and I'm a sucker for camaraderie in the fire house. Definitely not a bad read and if you're better at suspending reality than I am, you might find it to be a 4- or 5-star book. A solid 3.5-stars from me.