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Steeple Hill Books Falling for the Fireman

There's something achingly familiar about the look in fire marshal Chad Owens's eyes. Widowed mom Jeannie Nelworth knows firsthand what it is: loss, hurt and yes-bitterness. Ever since the fire that changed their lives, Jeannie's young son has borne that same look, pushing everyone away. So she's grateful when Chad tries to get through to the boy with the help of his trusty fire station dog.

But the man who's all about safety and prevention keeps himself protected-from loving and losing again. Seems as if Jeannie will have to add his kind, guarded heart to her rebuilding efforts.

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Date:February 13, 2012
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Allie's newest book helped me take a long, hard look at the effects of surviving a fire. I didn't think about it much beyond replacing things and feeling unsettled. There's a lot more to it then that, and reading Jeannie, Nick, & Chad's stories revealed some of those effects for me. The scene that meant the most to me is the Chinese paper lantern ceremony, with the "safe to come back home" reason for using the lanterns. We've all faced times when all we wanted was a safe place, a home. Allie tackles serious issues, but there's plenty of laugh-out-loud moments included, too. And who can say no to a story with an awesome dog?
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