Friday, April 10, 2015

Review: On A Night Like This by: Barbara Freethy

Title: On A Night Like This
Author: Barbara Freethy
Publisher: Fog City Publishing
Series: Callaways #1
Pages: 200
Format: e-book
Source: Novel Publicity Book Tour

Description:

'From #1 NY times Bestselling Author, Barbara Freethy, comes a romantic new contemporary series about the Callaways, a big, blended Irish family born to serve and protect. 


The second oldest of the Callaway clan, Aiden Callaway veered from the family tradition of urban firefighting and became a smokejumper, never questioning his choice until the job took the life of his friend, Kyle, and left Aiden with injuries and fractured memories. Everyone blames Aiden for what happened, but he doesn't remember, nor is he sure he wants to remember.

The truth may clear Aiden of blame but destroy Kyle's reputation and hurt the people he left behind. 
 
 Aiden seeks help from an unlikely partner… 
 
 Sara had always been untouchable, sweet, innocent, his sister's best friend, and the girl next door. But one reckless night in their youth took their relationship to a new level. Sara has never forgiven or forgotten the way Aiden brought it crashing down, but she's no longer that girl with the crazy crush. She's a woman in search of her own truth. The sparks between Aiden and Sara have been smoldering for a very long time.

Sara is afraid to take another chance on a man who broke her heart, and Aiden knows better than anyone how dangerous an intense fire can be. As teenagers they weren’t ready for each other. Are they now?

My Thoughts:

In this new series from Barbara Freethy we meet the Callaways this book focuses on Aiden Callaway who is dealing with a traumatic event when fire jumping and his friend wound up dead.  We Also meet Sara the girl next door who is trying to connect some how with her father although they haven't been able to connect for as long as Sara has been alive.  Are there secrets that no one knows about?  Aiden and Sara reconnect but Aiden had pushed Sara away when she was a teen what will that do to them now?

I loved this series the characters are great and full of life.  I love how Aiden and Sara were down to earth and had to deal with real issues.  It made it such a more meaningful story.  Instead of books that you can't buy the romance angle.  Can't wait to read more about the Callaways next in this series is:



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