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    Love conquers all

    Saved by the Firefighter by Rachel Brimble is a story about family, friendships, grief, love and second chances. I liked how this story evolved with the characters growing and learning to trust and forgive. This story is about Izzy Cooper and Trent Palmer, Izzy is a photographer and Trent is a firefighter. Trent was one of Izzy's brother Robbie's best friends and he gave Trent the go ahead to date his sister, just has they were getting together tragedy struck and Robbie is killed in a fire. Izzy is grief stricken by the death of her brother and refuses the help of her friends and Trent, she denies their relationship so Trent tries his hardest to win Izzy back, he is helped in his quest by the fact that Izzy is to photograph the firefighters for a charity calendar to help a little girl get funds to get treatment she needs to help her get better. But it is not Trent she does not like - it is his job and this is a big barrier between them. This is a great story about coming to terms with grief and learning to forgive and trust in another person. Izzy needed a shake at some points of this book but I understand why she was acting up as I have suffered myself with grief and she only acted like I did and I could see myself in her. So well done Rachel Brimble on writing a character that is a true form of a person who is suffering from severe grief. I recommend this book to all romance lovers out there.
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