The Firefighter’s Thanksgiving Wish by Anna J Stewart

The Firefighter’s Thanksgiving Wish by Anna J Stewart
Butterfly Harbor Stories Book 7
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (384 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

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Where there’s smoke, there’s fire!

Working with the new fire chief, Roman Salazar, is a challenge for Frankie Bettencourt. Everyone in Butterfly Harbor agrees she was the one destined for the top job at the station house! So, should she quit? No way! But she will steer clear of Roman from now on…or at least until his kindness, quick smile and can-do attitude win the town—and possibly Frankie—over for good!

It’s no secret that I enjoy to read books written by Anna J Stewart and I’m pleased to share that this book is no exception. I wish I could say that I’ve read every book in the Butterfly Harbor Stories series but I can only claim to have read book five and then this book, which is book seven. This book can be read as a standalone.

This was a relaxing read at the end of a hard day’s work. A sweet escape to a heartwarming romance, I found Frankie, the heroine, to be the glue that held the cast of characters together. She was the epitome of the girl next door that everyone loved. The town of Butterfly Harbor is a tight knit community with a variety of well-developed characters that are easily relatable. I felt like I was part of the community. I only wish it really did exist.

The hero, Roman, was the newcomer in town that we all had to learn to accept and love. Not that difficult of a task if I say so myself. Together Roman and Frankie made for a fun and entertaining read. I have a soft spot for books that make me laugh, have a happily ever after, and leave me with a book glow. This book does all that and more.

My interest was captured from beginning to end and I really didn’t want to story to end. Fortunately, I can go back and read some of the books I’ve missed to complete the series. If you haven’t read an Anna J. Stewart book yet, I highly recommend you give her a try. There is no better time than now to start and no better book than to start with than The Firefighter’s Thanksgiving Wish.

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