Casey Carter, a probie in Engine Company 15, must prove herself a worthy member of this firefighting team. Life is a blend of the natural and spiritual, but can Casey keep them in balance? Can a mysterious group of men show Casey her true Call To Duty? "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
C.J. Peterson grew up in a Christian military home, but it was far from tranquil. Many of life’s lessons were hard ones. Through the encouragement of her husband, C.J. was able to rekindle the creativity she thought she had lost. 'While the stories are fiction, the journey is real.'
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The Call to Duty: The Holy Flame Trilogy based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I loved this book. It was so hard to put down. I enjoyed the fact that it was not a cookie cutter plot where the outcome is obvious. It is refreshing that for those of use that live our daily lives on faith, to read about characters that do the same, and are not afraid to share that faith with others. I am looking forward to the next volume in the series.
CJ Peterson successfully blends spiritual themes with compelling action and interesting characters. She gives her readers the inside look into the lives of firefighters - lives that go from the mundane duties around the firehouse, to in moments the terror of fighting a wildfire. Casey Carter, one of a handful of women of Engine Company 15, must earn the respect of her fellow firefighters. Will this brotherhood embrace their new "sister" as an equal? Will she learn to trust them with her life? "Call To Duty" definitely keeps you turning the page. This is the first book in a trilogy. I will impatiently wait for book #2 of the Holy Flame Trilogy! CJ Peterson, hurry up and get it published! Note - this is the second book out by CJ Peterson. She continues to improve as a writer. You can tell she is dedicated to her craft. Her first book "Strength From Within" is aimed at younger readers (middle school and up), but can be enjoyed by those of us with more grey hair. The Holy Flame Trilogy is for an adult audience, but would definitely be enjoyed by teens. Peterson handles action very well, romance with respect, and spiritual themes with heart and maturity.