- Series: Firefighters of Long Valley (Book 2)
- Paperback: 340 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (April 10, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1987765753
- ISBN-13: 978-1987765755
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 58 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,700,066 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Inferno of Love: A Western Fireman Romance Novel (Firefighters of Long Valley) (Volume 2) 1st Edition
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There is one small problem. They do not want to marry each other. Each thinking the other wants the union they don't say anything. That is, until the hero is trapped in the mountains overnight with the woman he has always loved and still does. It is the beginning of his strengthening his backbone and standing up to his father. At 26 he has never really been allowed to make a decision on his own. Everything that it takes to live, a roof and food has been provided. At 26 he is still living at home because his father pays him so little he can hardly afford an extra beer on Friday nights. The reason he goes along with all of this is that he has been promised the John Deere dealership that his father owns in their small home town that is surrounded by farmland and farmers - all needing tractors and farm equipment. Whenever he starts to rebel the father dangling the dealership as bait. He has just not understood how devious his father really is.
The heroine is the child of a high school teacher and a school cafeteria worker. She happens to be the cousin to the heroes intended. As such, she is considered by his father to be way down on the totem pole of acceptable prospective wives. The fun starts when thie jerk of a father tries to take on an independent, hard working, modern woman. I loved her verbal war with him. This is a fun story. It is very entertaining and I definitely recommend it. It is a good story and one that leaves you feeling good.
I was not paid for this review. I am not a writer nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. i am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 4/10/18
Georgia’s family had their usual Sunday dinner with her wealthy aunt, uncle, and cousins. She listened as her uncle pressured Tenny about her music lessons, and told her that he and Moose’s father were making sure Moose would ask her to marry him soon – or he would not inherit the John Deere dealership! When Virginia, the younger cousin, tried to tell her dad about her own music accomplishments, her mother shushed her. Georgia was so grateful for the parents she had. They were not as wealthy, but they had love and respect.
At the Firemen’s Fundraiser, Georgia finally met up with Tenny, Moose, and Levi. As the guys walked away, Tenny signed about the nice view of one particular “posterior”. Georgia expressed shock when she realized Tenny meant Levi! From there, the two talked about the fact that she and Moose did not feel that way about each other. Georgia was stunned. How could this be true? Tenny and Moose were from the two wealthiest families, and marriage had always been the outcome. What could possibly stop this pairing if they truly did not feel that way? How could this situation be made right when neither of them could go against their powerful fathers’ lifelong plan?
This author writes great books, no doubt about it! I really enjoyed this one. Here are two very special people who have cared deeply for each other over a lifetime – and never said a word about how they felt. The emotional turmoil that would generate would be difficult to hide. The characters are very real and easy for the reader to care about! The story line moves at a good pace, the dialog flowing naturally; then the plot escalates and carries the reader along in the excitement. Will events push things to a happy conclusion, or is there nothing that can be done to sort this out?