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    Slow-moving firefighter romance

    oe & Faith are attracted to each other, but think that their careers should come first, but for very different reasons. Throughout the novel, however, both are forced to reassess their original goals, and their characters grow & mature - especially Faith's. This is a slow-moving firefighter romance novel, but a fairly okay read.
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    How Do We Know What We Really Want?

    This is a wonderful story about how our perceptions of ourselves--and the perceptions we assume others have of us--influence our thinking and our actions. I loved sharing Faith's and Joe's journeys of self-discovery on their way to finding love. I also really liked witnessing Joe's personal growth as he got to know and accept his stepbrothers. (And, of course, seeing the softy in a strong man is always a treat.)
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    Four-star on Island Fire 4 Firestorm by Amy Knupp

    Faith is the only female firefighter in the group and she has to work harder than any of his colleagues not just for being female but also for being the fire chief’s daughter. Joe is the fire captain and he always has been in conflict with his stepfather and his stepbrothers, all of them lawyers. He feels they don’t respect him because of his job. The eternal conflict of women doing men’s jobs. I like how it is treated here. And I like too how Faith trust Joe and his words of encouragement makes her forget about her panic and focus on the problem at hand. Easy to read and very enjoyable.
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