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    Good, but very predictable

    I enjoyed the previous two books in the series more than this one. Although it’s not a bad story and is written in the same tone as the others, it was just so predictable that I got a bit bored.
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    Great Series Entry

    I love the cops of Carlisle, they are what we all want our town/city cops to be like: helpful, concerned, trusting but not naive, careful but not pushovers. Some of us know cops like that, some don't but Andrew Grey's Carlisle Cops series gives us hope that they do exist. Kip Rogers joins his fellow officers, Red from Fire & Water and Carter from Fire & Ice, in finding on the job that one person or in this case two, who will change their lives forever. Josten Applewaite's luck has not been on his side and has fallen on hard times all while he is trying to take care of his little brother, Isaac. When these three meet nothing is ever the same again and not just for the characters in Fire and Rain but the reader too. We tend to take for granted the everyday necessities that not everyone is fortunate to have and that is what Kip learns upon meeting Jos and Isaac, so the reader just might learn something too, not that Fire and Rain is preachy, it is just old fashioned great storytelling. Some might think that the relationship between Kip and Jos is too insta-love but sometimes when you meet that special person, the connection truly is immediate. I loved how the author addressed the insta-love through both Kip and Jos' inner monologues though, so it is not just swept under the rug and accepted. Definitely one for the re-read shelf.
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