Review: ONE FINE FIREMAN (novella) by Jennifer Bernard

About the book:

Kirk, a.k.a. Thor, one of San Gabriel’s infamous Bachelor Firemen, certainly lives up to his nickname. He’s tall and handsome, with a chiseled body worthy of any Viking god. But he’d give it all up for one glance from her.

Sweet, shy Maribel has no idea that Kirk’s been pining for her. There’s nothing he’d like better than to sweep her off her feet and show her just how exquisite their love could be. But Kirk has a secret, and he won’t let anyone get close, least of all the sexiest woman he’s ever met.

Can a feisty little dog and an even feistier little boy help these star-crossed lovers find the passion they both so richly deserve?

I adored this novella. It was the perfect little break from all of the Christmas stories I’ve been reading. Kirk is an awesome hero. He’s everything that makes a great guy – strong, sexy, protective, a great listener, and he’s really interested in everything about Maribel. Kirk isn’t perfect though – he’s shy when it comes to Maribel (he hardly ever talks to her) and he tries to protect others when they don’t need it. Maribel is just as great. She puts her son first and realizes that she has to find a man who will be there for her and for her son. Their romance is fast paced, but very satisfying.

I loved that this story explained how Stan came to be the firehouse dog. It’s a very original story and I really liked that he got his own book 🙂

the book girl gives ONE FINE FIREMAN a 4/5

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2 thoughts on “Review: ONE FINE FIREMAN (novella) by Jennifer Bernard

  1. Awww…this sounds like one I’d like. And novellas are fitting into my lack of reading time better and better!

  2. I read my first book by this author a few weeks ago and now have to read the entire series.

    Another new author is found me me.

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