Saving the Firefighter by Donna K. Weaver

September 15, 2021 | 1 Comment
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Saving the Firefighter by Donna K. WeaverSaving the Firefighter
Author: Donna K. Weaver
Series: Health Care Heroes #5
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 127
Date: September 15, 2021
Publisher: Indie

He rescues people from danger. Can she convince him to save himself?

Trace Barton has it all—almost. But great friends and a dream job don’t make up for not having someone to share it with. When an old friend steps back into his life, he’s faced with a decision. Should he try for more and risk losing her friendship?

Brooke Howe’s mother is dead; that’s what her father had told Brooke since she was five. After his funeral, she discovers he’d lied to her, so she goes in search of the woman. Brooke is looking for answers, not love. When she meets Trace again she realizes she might have found both.

Except there’s something wrong with him, and he refuses to get help. Could she have found him only to lose him?

Each novella stands alone, so you can jump anywhere into the series and read them in any order you like!


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About Donna K. Weaver

Donna K. Weaver

Donna K. Weaver is an award-winning author, wife, mother, grandmother, Harry Potter geek, Army veteran, karate black belt, and online gamer girl.

One response to “Saving the Firefighter by Donna K. Weaver

  1. Maria

    This is a sweet romance where old friends just happen to find each other and romance develops. As much as it was about a romantic relationship, the story was also about parent/child relationships. Brooke’s were pretty shocking really. She has a rather controlling father. So much so, that it amounts to cruelty in my opinion even if Brooke did feel loved all along. And definitely cruel toward Brooke’s mother. In that sense he was pretty much a monster in my book. But the romance was sweet and the couple support one another even in the face of big trials. They are sweet and protective of each other.

    It is a quick read or in my case, listen since I had the audiobook. Narration was done well.

    No sex, language or violence
    *I received a complimentary audiobook copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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