The Firefighter's Twins

The Firefighter's Twins

by Heidi McCahan

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ISBN-13: 9781335428158
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 05/22/2018
Edition description: Original Large Print
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.80(d)

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The Firefighter's Twins 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Who can resist a firefighter with twins! This well written sweet romance lures you in from page one with all the family issues and obstacles that arise.
conniet729 More than 1 year ago
One of the things that I love about the Love Inspired series is that no matter what book you pick up, you know that it will be clean, sweet, and inspirational. This is a new author to me -- so I was excited to see how it was. First and foremost.... the cover just DRAWS YOU IN!!!! The kids on the cover are the cutest. The characters are so well written. I just loved Natalie and Shay. You can feel their chemistry, no matter how hard they try to notice it. Great story line, moves at the right pace. I am going to have to find more to read from this author. I received a copy of this book through the Just Read Blogging program, all thoughts are my own.
Baranski1987 More than 1 year ago
The Firefighter's Twins is a Love Inspired book by Heidi McCahan.  This book is such a wonderful Christian romance read. Shay and Natalie are both strong willed people. Both are determined to have things there way. This story is full of love, faith, determination and so much more. I received a complementary copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion. 4 stars! 
BrittanyMc More than 1 year ago
The Firefighter’s Twins was a sweet romance in a great setting. I really liked Shay and Natalie. They had both been through some rough things in the recent past. It was interesting to watch these two begin to navigate their feelings for each other. Both characters had the inclination to try to control things, whether it was Shay worrying over his son’s food allergy or Natalie being unwilling to accept help from her sisters with the management of the family farm. Both characters experienced a good bit of growth throughout this enjoyable story. I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
bellesmoma16 More than 1 year ago
The Firefighter’s Twins by Heidi McCahan is a very sweet Christian fiction novel that definitely left me smiling! The characters are well written and very realistic, the plot of the story is engaging, and the messages are timely. I’m going to be honest here. I struggle to trust. Trust is one of the hardest things for me to do. I struggle to trust God and others. I am MAJOR Type-A. I love to control my surroundings as much as humanly possible. When life gets crazy and chaotic, I tend to clean because in my cleaning I can scrub out what is rotten and dirty, and organize everything the way I think they should be. I can create order out of disorder. There is a moment where Natalie, the heroine of this novel, thinks to herself, “If she was brutally honest, she had put a lot of faith in her own abilities, because God certainly hadn’t cooperated with her plans…So she stopped trusting Him.” WHOA! Was this moment a major mirror moment for me. Those of you who know me, and those of you who have been reading my blog for some time now, know that my best friend is dealing with a scary, horrible, no good, rotten form of cancer that is so bad it only has a Stage IV. You know that I’ve been desperately praying. Lately, I have been struggling. It seems like my prayers for healing are not working, are not being heard. I’m terrified. The other day I was in my car driving back from a movie date with my best friend. I was struggling hard not to cry. I hate seeing her so frustrated and depressed. Wouldn’t you know it — at that very moment Lauren Daigle’s song Trust In You came on the radio! I burst into tears. I am failing at trusting in God. He isn’t moving this mountain called cancer. WHY?! So because He is not bending to my will, I am struggling. I feel so dumb even writing this. My head totally knows that God has this. God’s got control over my best friend and her situation. But, my heart is hurting and that hurting has put up a wall I MUST take down with God’s help. Natalie slowly comes to realize this too over the course of the novel. She is so focused on herself, what she thinks she finally deserves, and how her changes will positively effect everyone else (so they must be the right choices, right?!) that she becomes myopic. She leaves God out. Her praying becomes stunted. Natalie realizes she has to change her heart…and, I realize that too. So, I guess this novel pulled a lot out of me. I kind of feel like I just spent an hour on God’s counseling couch writing this post. When it came time for me to read this novel, I never expected that I was going to get anything other than a sweet and satisfying story. I got that for sure, but I got so much more. God really spoke to me through Natalie’s and Shay’s struggles. He definitely showed me a few areas I still need to work on! If you are looking for a really fun story with depth that gets you to look inside yourself and see who you really are as a parent and as a child of God then The Firefighter’s Twins is definitely the novel for you. I received a review copy of this novel in eBook form from the author and Just Read Tours. In no way has this influenced my review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.
Phyllis_H More than 1 year ago
The Firefighter’s Twins by Heidi McCahan Natalie had already lost a boyfriend to the dangers of firefighting and was determined to never again risk her heart in that way. Yet, she was powerless against the charm of Shay and his adorable twins. Shay was everything a handsome fireman hero should be. He was also very insecure, having a wife who had left him for her career, and guilt that he held on to from his childhood. His deep love for his boys was precious, but it also had him obsessing over them perhaps a little overmuch. The twins, Aiden and Liam, were so cute and well written. I always appreciate it when authors do a good job in making the children say and do things that are appropriate for their ages like this. The relationship that developed between the boys and Natalie was realistic. The Firefighter’s Twins is a fun read with some inspirational elements. It had conflict and soul searching and sweet moments of spark and romance as Shay and Natalie struggled with fighting the sparks between them that threatened to burst into flame. This review was originally posted on AmongTheReads.net. Be sure to read Heidi's Guest Post and get a preview of The Firefighter’s Twins at AmongTheReads.net I would like to thank Just Read Publicity Tours for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Jodi Grubbs More than 1 year ago
I hadn't read a romance novel in a very long time and this one captured my attention from the very beginning! Author, Heidi McCahan, brings you right into the story as if you are really living life alongside Shay Campbell and Natalie McDowell, the main characters. This book takes you through the feelings of loss, grief, joy, empathy, hope, love and ultimately the big one, trust. It's easy to find yourself identifying with one or more of the characters as you root for them. I didn't want this book to end and found myself glued to the story to find out which life path would be taken. An easy read with lots of heart and entertainment.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
Adorable toddler alert! These two kiddos steal your heart quickly as we dive into Heidi McCahan's debut Love Inspired novel. The plot is fairly fast paced and keeps you interested and the characters are easy to like. An enjoyable read! Event planner Natalie McDowell has been pulled in too many directions for awhile now as she tries to juggle her business along with overseeing her family's busy farm. When a dream job opportunity comes knocking at her door, she thinks this could be her answer ... but not everyone is going to agree with that. Especially when she meets a hunky guy and his adorable kids that try to steal her heart! Firefighter Shay Campbell has been trying to keep his head above water since his wife walked out on him and their twin toddler sons. He'd do anything for those kids, but single parenthood is harder than he ever imagined. He lucks into meeting someone that seems to adore his boys as much as he does ... but she has other things on her plate as well. Can this turn into more than just an infatuation?