“Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your heart or burn your house down, you can never tell.” -Joan Crawford
Dr. Katy Malone has sworn off love after losing those she loves most in her life including her father, a member of the FDNY. She has decided to spend her time focusing on her medical research. Her ex-fiancée, and fellow doctor, isn't ready to give up on loving her though.
Firefighter Nick Garrity is on a search for the future Mrs. Garrity. As he pushes thirty, with no prospects in sight, he's afraid he'll never find her. A devoted member of FDNY, he loves the thrill of his job and the satisfaction it brings him. He strives to teach the proby firefighter, Patrick Doyle, the ropes and pass on his passion to him.
When Doyle tries to impress the guys on the crew, he ends up in the care of Dr. Katy Malone. One look at Dr. Malone and Nick knows he's found his future wife but can he convince her to love again?
Ratings: 3/5 Stars
Love is a fire started off pretty nicely. We get to know Katy and Nick though their own thoughts as well as others. Katy had sworn off men in general especially firefighters seeing as she had lost her father who was a part of the FDNY. She believed she would never love again considering the pain she had to go through when she lost those whom she dearly loved. Well that was until Nick walked into her life.
Nick was so amazing and with their sizzling chemistry she couldn't help but fall in love with him. But he is a firefighter! What would she do? Will she risk the pain or simply walk away from Nick. Nah I'm not answering that. Go find out! :D
As mentioned before I absolutely loved Nick. In fact all the character’s in this book are lovable be it Nick's family ,The FDNY ( well to be specific...JESSE) or Katy's friends. The story was going well that is until well tragedy struck! And such a tragegy that I was bawling my eyes out hours after I finished the book. I guess that's the reason I didn't give it 4 stars. It just pissed me off. But then this is a story of Love , Loss , Acceptance and finally Moving On. Overall It was a good book and I did enjoy reading it.
PS: I wonder if there's gonna be a sequel? Or if we're gonna get Jeremiah 's story as well??