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The Fireman Who Loved Me: A Bachelor Firemen Novel

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10 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

The Fireman Who Loved Me is Jennifer Bernard debut Novel. It is

The Fireman Who Loved Me is Jennifer Bernard debut Novel. It is a fun firefighter romance.
Melissa’s Grandmother Nellie wants her granddaughter to meet a nice man and settle down. So for Melissa’s birthday she wins her a date with a sexy fireman from a char...
The Fireman Who Loved Me is Jennifer Bernard debut Novel. It is a fun firefighter romance.
Melissa’s Grandmother Nellie wants her granddaughter to meet a nice man and settle down. So for Melissa’s birthday she wins her a date with a sexy fireman from a charity auction. There is a little misunderstanding with the auction that brings Brody and Melissa together.


I fell in love with Grams since Melissa and Brody’s first date. Which did not go to well since they fought most of the time, but ended up pretty steamy at her doorstep. Grams had me laughing so hard at times.


Brody and Melissa both do not want to be in a relationship but it seems that they can’t keep their hands of each other. Just when their relationship starts off it is interfered by misunderstandings from their past. I could not turn my e-reader fast enough to see how they will get their happily after.


There was some yummy sexual tension. The bickering between Brody and Melissa usually leaves them in a heated moment. And lets just say they really need to stay away from doors during these moments.


If you are looking for a fun plot, HOT smexing, LOL moments with a opposite attract couple that are meant to be together then this book is it.

posted by CapriJP on June 6, 2012

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3 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

You call this smut?!

Whatever this was aiming for, it failed. Miserably.

posted by 3311897 on May 17, 2012

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  • Posted October 31, 2014

    The Hero is great.

    Lots of hero characters and hunk material. The auction to sell dates is a good idea. Heroine is a bit of a wimp, could have been more feisty.A book to read a day at the beach.

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    Posted January 8, 2014

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    Hello

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2013

    Bella

    "Im sorry...I just cant.....after christmas...maybe."*she says and goes to her closet and picks out a white dress and goes to her dressing room and puts it on

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2014

    Jasmine

    Starr, your story is amazing! The grammar and spelling are on point, your characters are original, unique, and well thought out, and your plot and backstory are perfect! Wonderful job and keep it up! Just one question. If I mentioned the Freedom Chasers to you, what would you say?

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  • Posted April 23, 2013

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    This is the first book in the Bachelor Firemen of San Gabriel se

    This is the first book in the Bachelor Firemen of San Gabriel series. We are introduced to Melissa McGuire and her grandmother Nelly. Nelly has requested that Melissa join her for her birthday at the Hilton. But instead of their usually yearly sundaes or lunch buffet, Nelly has planned to buy Melissa a date from one of the San Gabriel Fire Department Bachelors who are being auctioned off, for the benefit of the Widows and Children's Fund. Nelly has picked out the fireman she wants, and ends up buying for Melissa. But the Ryan, the fireman she purchases, is embarrassed about taking an octogenarian out on a date. So he asks his Captain Brody if he will fill in for him. Nelly tells Melissa that she isn't feeling well and has her fill in for her. Of course, Captain Brody had seen Melissa at the auction and helped her up after another of the bidders had knocked her to the floor. She though he was their to go up for auction and brushed him off. So imagine their combined surprise when he is the one who knocks on the door for the date.

    I really enjoyed this book. Reading the prequel, I had gotten a introduction to many of the secondary characters in this book, the firemen of San Gabriel Firehouse, plus Stan the firehouse dog and mascot. They help move the story along and provide a comic relief to this romance. 

    The curse that supposedly Virgil Rush, a fireman during the 1800's put on the firehouse after his mail-order bride never showed up and left him the laughing stock of the firehouse, plays again and again. But that is the bases for the series after all. 

    There was a theme of forgiveness that appeared several times and in several ways in this book as well as standing up for oneself and acceptance. I gave this book 4 stars on Goodreads.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2013

    Light Entertainment

    I enjoyed reading this purely for the entertainment value. Light reading ! If you liked this book, I would recommend the Troubleshooters Series by Suzanne Brockmann. A series about Navy Seals - their jobs and love life.

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