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Braving the Blaze - Highly Recommended

posted Jul 25, 2012, 5:05 PM by Cindy A Christiansen   [ updated Aug 16, 2012, 6:39 PM ]

Veterinarian is his dream, but it seems all too easy for that dream to go up in smoke. "Braving the Blaze" is a novel of romance and humor as Dean Harward and Ginger Warby come together under the banner of volunteer firefighter. Problem is, Ginger is a magnet for fire and has become a bit scared of all the fires that sprout around her. "Braving the Blaze" is a fine pick for general fiction collections, highly recommended.
~Midwest Review

Braving the Blaze - A Fantastic Story

posted Apr 27, 2012, 11:56 AM by Cindy A Christiansen   [ updated Apr 27, 2012, 11:56 AM ]

What a delightful story full of courage, friendship, and romance that kept me glued to the pages. It is a well-rounded, clean, fun and informative tale all in one.
Ginger is a beautiful woman with her whole life ahead of her. Her only problems are phobias. She has a few phobias; the worst is that she is scared to death of fire. And an event with fire four years earlier changed her life, and destroyed her family. Now she decides to confront her fears and joins in fighting a huge, dangerous fire. She figures that she can help with food and bottled water--that is until she gets there and she is sent to work behind the fire.
Dean is a veterinarian student in his last year of school. He finances his collage by combating fires every summer. Everything has worked out well until this huge fire happens and he is forced to partner with a woman. He is sure she will be the death of him.
Hear you will find a fantastic story line with a great pace, and action that will delight any reader of clean romances.
Anna del C. Dye

Braving the Blaze: Hard To Put Down

posted Feb 3, 2012, 12:22 PM by Cindy A Christiansen   [ updated Feb 3, 2012, 12:22 PM ]

This is the first book that I’ve read of Ms. Christiansen’s, and I have to say, I enjoyed it very much. Working with a volunteer fire dept myself, I can understand Ginger’s feelings towards fire and having a fear of it. This story had just the right amount of suspense and romance to keep it interesting. I found the book very hard to put down and had to keep reading to find out just how they were going to escape off that mountain to the exciting conclusion of the book. One could not help but root for Ginger as she finally manages to control her fear. If you are looking for a great afternoon read, then I recommend Braving The Blaze

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