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    Sentimental, ironic and funny.

    I sort of fell into the Nugget series. Stumbled across Going Home while searching for free reads on my ereader. What grabbed my attention is the irony of how this one desolate town could attract so many big city wanders. Nugget, California is the place no one looks for but proves to be the perfect spot to do some soul searching and settling down. Heating Up lives up to that lost and found theory. It amazes me how Aidan and Dana pride themselves on how in control they are but are more messed up then the people around them. Ms. Finz uses laughter, wisdom and sentiment to create stories reach the heart.
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    Loved it

    I loved Aidan and Dana's story! Meeting the sexy new fire fighter is the only bright spot in an otherwise craptastic day for Dana Calloway. Too bad Dana has sworn off men. After coming in second place in all her relationships, she's decided to just lay low. It's bad enough she has to watch her ex parade around town with the love of his life, now she finds herself homeless after accidentally burning her house down. Aidan McBride, Nuggets newest firefighter and arson investigator, knows a little about avoiding relationships. Having had his last one implode spectacularly, he came to Nugget for a fresh start. So why exactly did he invite Dana Calloway to share the house he just rented with him? They are both busy though, she has a super secret real estate deal working and he's working to catch an arsonist, so they should be able to keep everything platonic. Right??? A wonderfully written story and these two are great additions to the town of Nugget. It was nice to get glimpses of all the characters we have fallen in love with as Aidan and Dana really get to know the townspeople. This is a series and a book I would recommend to everyone who loves small town romances.
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    A pleasure

    This entire series is at the top of the list for me when I want to get my small town fix because the town itself is just as important as the characters and the romances. HEATING UP is another enjoyable installment with a sweet and charming opposites attracts romance and as usual, Ms. Finz's characters and the emotions and experiences they go through are easy to relate to and leave the reader feeling very satisfied. Firefighter and arson investigator Aidan McBride made the move from Chicago to Nugget, California for a fresh start but for a small town, he's been very busy with the number of fires to investigate. Could this be a result of the dry weather conditions or is there a much more unsavory reason? Dana Calloway is half of Nugget's star realty team, successful but very reserved. But the accidental fire that destroys her home finds her relying on the goodwill of the good people of Nugget and gives her a chance to get to know them, especially hottie fireman, Aidan when she ends up sharing his apartment with him. As much as she is attracted to him, Aidan comes with baggage in the form of an ex who doesn't want to remain an ex and Dana has had her fill of being in second place in the affections of people she cares for. Dana and Aidan are opposites in every way. While he's outgoing and confident, Dana is very shy and her shyness comes across as being standoffish, so while the fire may have been an inconvenience, it gave her the perfect opportunity to show the town who she really was. I enjoyed the progression of their relationship, especially the lack of drama between them. All the drama comes from the outside and between the Nugget Mafia and the Baker's Dozen, there are also a lot of funny, laugh out loud moments. Plus, the mystery of the fires adds a little kick to the story. I'm sure I've said this in every review I've written about the books in this series, but the sense of community and support provided by the town is the biggest draw of this series. This story stands alone but at this point in the series, I would recommend starting from the beginning to avoid being confused by the large cast of characters and references to past occurrences. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Awesome

    Loved this series from the first book. All great characters and heart warming stories. Stacy Fins is one the best authors I have read in a long time. You will enjoy this story of trying not to fall in love with a roommate you really didn't want.
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