Welcome to The Firefighter's Twins Blog Tour and giveaway,
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Author: Heidi McCahan
Publisher: Love Inspired
Release Date: June 1, 2018
Genre: Inspirational Contemporary Romance
One single dad plus twin toddlers
A formula for her new family?
Since his wife left, fireman Shay Campbell has focused on work and his twin toddlers. But the lovely Natalie McDowell is making him rethink that decision.
She’s great with his boys, and they adore her. But he can’t go through losing someone again.
Will a dream job offer win Natalie’s heart, or does it belong to Shay and the twins?
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With her debut novel for the Love Inspired line, Heidi McCahan has proved herself to be an author to watch. The Firefighter’s Twins has the sweet romance you would expect, but there’s so much depth and complexity to this story.
Set in the small-town community of Meadow Springs, North Carolina, we meet Shay – a firefighter with scene-stealing twin boys, as the title indicates – and Natalie, an event coordinator on her family’s farm. I loved the creativity of these events and was pulling for Natalie to achieve her dream of being able to devote herself to wedding events at Magnolia Lane barn.
Natalie and Shay have great chemistry and I enjoyed the way their relationship evolved beyond the heartbreaking events in their past. One strength of this story is the realistically-portrayed relationships that drive the narrative … such as those between siblings, parent/young children, and grown children/aging parents. Another strength is that of coming together in an effort to help, as church and community did in building the home for a veteran family in need.
I appreciated how spiritual gems are gently woven into the story. A thought that especially resonated with me is these words of Natalie’s sister, Tisha … “Sometimes you have to trust that God will provide, even if His provision doesn’t look like you think it should.”
Contrary to the way many endings feel rushed, The Firefighter’s Twins comes to a very satisfying conclusion, from the way Natalie and Shay get together in the last chapter, to an epilogue that takes place one year later.
Highly recommended. Within the Love Inspired line of books, 5 stars.
I received a copy of this book through Just Read Tours. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Heidi McCahan is the author of Covering Home, Unraveled, and Love Flies In. She is also an active RWA member and currently serves as secretary of the North Carolina chapter of ACFW. Heidi won the 2014 Idahope contest, and was a 2015 finalist in Harlequin’s Blurb 2 Book contest.
A Pacific Northwest girl at heart, she was transplanted in the South several years ago, and currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and three boys. Heidi is a huge fan of coffee, dark chocolate, and happily ever after, and can often be found enjoying a good cup of coffee and a great book.
The Firefighter’s Twins, her first novel with Harlequin Love Inspired, is available now.
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(photo by Heidi McCahan)
-- Magnolia Market tote bag
-- Hearth & Hand Magnolia Notepad + tell your story pencil
-- 4 magnetic bookmarks
-- $25 Amazon Gift Card
-- Gratitude journal + lists notebook
-- weekly planning pad
-- Things I Never Told You by Beth K. Vogt
-- Falling for You by Becky Wade
-- The Firefighter's Twins by Heidi McCahan
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Thank you for reading my book and taking the time to share your thoughts. That line about God's provision is straight from my own life and has really had a profound impact on my walk with the Lord. I'm glad it resonated with you, as well.ReplyDelete
i love this cover. talk about family. some choices that need to be figured out. I would love to read this book. thanks for being a part of the tour and your thoughts.ReplyDelete
what a great quote about God's provision! Thanks for posting, Carole! :)ReplyDelete
YES! A firefighter hero! Sound wonderful!ReplyDelete
Great review! I enjoy endings that aren't rushed or leave me wishing there were more details. Much more satisfying ;)ReplyDelete
I can not tell if i have already left a comment here or not. so here goes. this book is on my to buy list. it seems to speak about getting on with our lives and letting God be in control. Shay has a few decisions to make and so does NatalieReplyDelete