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Fireproof (The Busy Bean) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B095FQ1RGD
- Publication date : September 13, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3618 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 243 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #107,386 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I loved this book. It is a grumpy vs. sunshine with best friend’s little sister love story. There’s also the city vs. country theme. And there are goats and an adorable dog. And an ex-military guy. It all adds up to a wonderful combination.
Mason is an ex-military goat farmer who likes his solitary lifestyle. He is determined to save his family’s farm, so he takes a second job as a barista at the Busy Bean for extra cash. When his best friend and fellow marine asks him to look after his sister, he feels obligated to help despite the fact that he would rather be alone. He really didn’t see Heather coming.
Heather’s life in DC came to a sudden halt when she had to testify against a popular senator. She was being stalked by the senator’s followers, so her brother Kevin forced her to go to Vermont and stay with his best friend until things quiet down. She wasn’t expecting to fall in love with Vermont and a grumpy marine turned goat farmer.
I loved the Vermontynesss of the story. The Busy Bean background worked wonderfully in this story. It was funny to see this quiet and grumpy guy try to be social at the coffee shop with little success. It was great seeing him interact with Zara, Audrey and Rodderick. And his attempts to contribute motivational quotes for the Busy Bean were hilarious.
I really loved Mason and Heather together. The chemistry between them was scorching hot and the tension and longing was extremely well developed. Their relationship evolved in a very wonderful and emotional way. It was great. It was sweet and funny and really steamy.
I loved the supporting characters lot too. Kevin and Amelia were wonderful. And Uncle Billy was the best. Rascal, Mason’s dog was adorable. I think this story was really wonderful to read. There’s so much to love about this story. It was really well written and it had a bit of suspense. It’s really a great story and I highly recommend it.
Mason is a Marine veteran and now is a farmer and works at the Busy Bean to help supplement his income. He has a history of loss, and has therefore built a huge wall when it comes to relationships and letting people in. While he has agreed to help his friend, he has no desire to really be sharing his personal space.
I really liked both Heather and Mason as the main characters. Mason was such a hard-worker and so protective of his sister and uncle. My heart went out for him in relation to his past and the reason he felt he needed to build his walls. I liked how Heather jumped in to helping Mason with the animals and learning about farm life and how well she fit into Mason's world. I enjoyed the scenes with her and Rascal. I think she and Mason had some great chemistry!
This was my first book by this author and I enjoyed her writing style and I enjoyed the story line and characters. I think the major conflict of the story in terms of why Mason and Heather couldn't be together was a little redundant at times, but aside from that I was fully invested and engaged in this slow burn romance from start to finish!