Firefly Mountain

Firefighter Patrick Barre is determined to hide away in the woods of Vermont He s content to do his job, remodel his house, and enjoy the company of his arson detection dog, Midas Scars from the fire that destroyed his family keep him from letting anyone into his life Gini Claremont uses her camera to celebrate the beauty of life Nature soothes her, while anger is dangFirefighter Patrick Barre is determined to hide away in the woods of Vermont He s content to do his job, remodel his house, and enjoy the company of his arson detection dog, Midas Scars from the fire that destroyed his family keep him from letting anyone into his life Gini Claremont uses her camera to celebrate the beauty of life Nature soothes her, while anger is dangerous for Gini and anyone near her If she doesn t guard her emotions, her surroundings could go up in flames Living alone, keeping busy, and letting her family keep watch on her is best for everyone When an arsonist declares war on their town, Patrick and Gini reluctantly band together to sift through the ashes, each holding a secret close to the heart As the arson escalates, so does their mutual attraction Will teaming up put out the fires, or start a whole new one This is a new release of a previously published edition.
Firefly Mountain Firefighter Patrick Barre is determined to hide away in the woods of Vermont He s content to do his job remodel his house and enjoy the company of his arson detection dog Midas Scars from the fire

  • Title: Firefly Mountain
  • Author: Christine DePetrillo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    About the Author

    Christine DePetrillo

    Christine DePetrillo tried not being a writer She s attempted to ignore the voices in her head, but they will not stop The only way she can achieve peace and quiet is to write the stories the voices demand Today, she write tales meant to make you laugh, maybe make you sweat, and definitely make you believe in the power of love.Christine lives in Rhode Island and occasionally Vermont with her husband, two cats, and a big, black German shepherd who defends her fiercely from all evils Visit her and sign up for her newsletter at christinedepetrillo.weebly anytime.You can also find Christine at The Roses of Prose blog on the 4th and 14th of every month rosesofprose

    956 Comment

    • Ðawn said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      dnf 41 %What started out as a promising book rapidly declined. It appears this is a sort of rip off of "Firestarter" which kinda pissed me off right off the bat, except it is in no way in league with "Firestarter."I wasn't feeling the romance at all. The book was boring, repettitive, had no action, no conflict and I didn't care about any of the characters. Actually, I disliked the heroine. She is flat, dull and bratty.I was expecting more plot regarding the arsons, the hero's trauma, the heroine [...]

    • Cherise said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      I like this one a lot. This one is definitely a slow burn though, so might not be for everyone. While I do agree that it drags a bit too much in some parts, the story on the whole is very sweet and the plot is nail biting at times.The H is super shy and insecure here, and it really is lovely seeing him open up and learn to live and enjoy life. Our H is a great guy, tender, sweet and kind, with a touch of shyness and humor all wrapped up in one package. I got a bit impatient with his hangup along [...]

    • Mary Jane said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Beach ReadGreat Beach read get your sun readers and get started. Easy on the vocabulary characters are fun. Who doesn't love a fireman story,

    • Linda Gumper said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Absolutely loved the characters in the book. The story was good as well.Enjoyed very much!

    • Jean Carber said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Loved it!I found it hard to put down. I would have liked to find out why the arsonist became what she is.

    • Romancing the Book said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Reviewed by RobinBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookMs. DePetrillo shows the soft side of firemen in Firefly Mountain. What woman could resist sexy firemen and dogs? Especially one named Midas. I fell in love with him. It made for one hot story, no pun intended.Patrick is raising his sisters whom he saved from a fire that took his parents’ lives. You would think that he would have given up being a firefighter but no…which makes him even sex [...]

    • Dakota Storm said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      4.5 stars Firefly mountains by Christine DePetrillo Nanee 's Review I really loved this book, it was on my TBR list for a while and when I finally read it I was pleasantly surprised. I always love to read about sexy fireman and poochies. The writer created a unique love story that you can't help but fall for. One word to describe Patrick would be Hero, if you look up the definition you would see Patrick's picture. He saved his sisters in a horrible fire that claimed his parents, although he is t [...]

    • Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      originally reviewed for StoreyBookReviewsI really enjoyed this bookme romance with a little suspense thrown in is a winner in my book! Both Gini & Patrick have secrets that they don't want to get out, or at least not to each other.but in this world all secrets come out at one time or another. I thought that the development of their relationship was interesting after all how many people do you know that can start fires when they get mad? I did find that a little unrealistic at firstWe first f [...]

    • Catrina Barton said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      In the spirit of full disclosure I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Honestly, it took a while for me to be drawn into the story, probably because the exposition and descriptions are heavy handed. But, once I was drawn in, I couldn't stop reading it.Both of the main characters were easy to connect to.Gini has a dangerous secret that her family has kept hidden in order to protect her for many years.Patrick is a many faceted firefighter and a fire investigator, who {because of his [...]

    • Kelly Erickson said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      This was a sweet romance story with two characters who feel they are too flawed to ever find love. Throw in a dozen sexy firemen, an arsonist, a dog, and some surprises (no spoilers here. Read to find out) There is enough suspense to keep you turning pages to the end to find out who the arsonist is. I loved the way the author portrayed the relationships between family members. It reminded me a lot of relationships in my own family-- Deep and complicated.

    • Helen Ruth Alexander said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Heartwarming I love a good love story as well as the next person but this was a whole lot more with Gina and Patrick having serious issues to hide. Learning that they were meant for each other made for a very happy ending.

    • Rose said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Beautiful, suspenseful readThis is a suspenseful, romantic and peaceful read. Characters well-defined and rounded. This isn't a quick read but each page very enjoyable.

    • Penny Watson said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      LOVED this story. It was tailor-made for mearded, scarred hero, set in Vermont, very romantic, perfect pacing. Lovely HEA. Review coming soon!Grade: A+

    • patricia vinciguerra said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      InterestingThis book was a interesting read. It kept this reader very interested so much that I didn't want to put it down. Nicely written

    • Leigh Parrish said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      I give this one a 2.7 stars because I thought the story was good, but it dragged in a lot of places. I'll probably read more of this Author's work.

    • Rose Decesere said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:51 PM

      Loved it!!

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