Summer Read. Independent female, love, forgiveness, family, a little romance.
A summer read is to entertain you. It keeps your interest even when sun, sand, water, and outdoor fun is calling. This book does that. A contemporary story set in a fire house, with a female fire fighter who is physically tough but emotionally has vulnerable spots-- even if she has difficulty accepting them. Read this one for the fun dialogue-- especially the conversations she has with herself, a story that holds your interest, and a satisfying ending.
I'm new to this author, but Amazon describes her as writing "laugh-and-cry books about how life knocks us down—and how we get back up." That would describe The Things You Save in a Fire.