Things you save in a fire by Katherine Center

Cassie is a super star fire fighter in TX when she has to move to MA to help her sick mother, who abandoned her at age 16. She and a rookie are hired to start a job at a small town fire house where she receives a less than warm welcome. Cassie soon realizes that she didn’t know everything that she thought she did about her mothers abandonment which softens her to try to re-establish a relationship before it’s too late. Things get even more complicated when she and The Rookie start to develop feelings for each other despite that being against fire house policy. Cassie learns a lot about love, forgiveness and family – both by blood and by choice- over the course of this book.
I really enjoyed Things you save in a fire. This book is well written and hard to put down. Katherine Center is a new author to me but since finishing this one, I have started How to walk away. At 59 pages in, I am loving it as well so Center will be a must read author for me.
Thanks to Netgalley, St. Martins Press and Katherine Center for this advanced copy. When it is published on August 19, 2019, run to your local bookstore and get your hands on this new favorite.

Author: Vicki

Avid reader in the Bluegrass State

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