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First Class Rescue (First Class series Book 7) Kindle Edition
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I loved the story. What is there not to love with this hero. A firefighter with a heart. At first he is a single guy enjoying himself. Before too much judgment is passed on him, keep in mind that the women he was enjoying himself with were doing the same thing. So, no judgment here. To each his own life style.
However, after meeting the one, he gives up all the loose living and becomes the man he was meant to be. This is the story about how the two of them get together. She is from a very old, wealthy family from England. The lower classes are not for her, according to her mother. The heroine seems to have no problems with the firefighter!! His family loves her right from the start.
I thought it was a great story. I was NEVER bored and I liked all the characters. Her sister, Emma, was somewhat of an ass but she was raised to be one so she didn't disappoint. In the end, she sees the error of her ways and I think there is probably another book there. I recommend this book. I enjoyed it and I think many others will as well. Good job on the editing as well.