Sunday, January 18, 2015

Small-town Fireman

Small-town Fireman
Allie Pleiter
Karla is only in Gordon Falls to help her grandpa. She has big dreams and there is no way she can fulfill them in that tiny town. As soon as her grandpa's hip heals she turn the coffee shop back over to him and head back to the big city. But a certain fireman is making her rethink leaving. Dylan left the big city to escape the rat race. He has no intention of returning for anything or anyone. Can he convince Karla to join him in the small community of Gordon Falls?

This book is definitely part of a series. Several things were briefly mentioned that would have made more sense had the previous books been read. That being said, I do think this works as a stand-alone. The main story is about the couple who just recently joined the town. The story, for me, seemed to deal more with the expectations of family and making life decisions than it did with the romance. The romance was there, but it wasn't super romantic for me. The story was authentic and the characters were believable. The ending was a bit over the top for me, but added a plausible way for the characters to have a change of heart on some issues.

I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review.

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