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Rescued by the Firefighter
(Shores of Indian Lake #10)
By Catherine Lanigan
Paperback & ebook, 384 Pages
November 1st 2018 by Harlequin Heartwarming
He saved her life…
But will he destroy her dreams?
Firefighter Rand Nelson is tall and handsome and has literally walked through an inferno for Beatrice Wilcox. He’s a hero…and that’s exactly the problem. Beatrice knows all too well the risks of loving a man with a dangerous career. But when Rand’s report threatens her beloved children’s camp, Beatrice can’t refuse his offer of help…even though she knows they’re both playing with fire.
Other Books in the Series
About the Author
Catherine Lanigan is the international bestselling and award-winning author of over forty-five published titles in both fiction and non-fiction, including the novelizations of Romancing the Stone and The Jewel of the Nile. Ms. Lanigan’s novels have been translated into over twenty-four languages. Lanigan was tasked by the NotMYkid foundation to pen a collection of compelling and informative true stories of teen addicts. Ms. Lanigan’s SHORES OF INDIAN LAKE series for HARLEQUIN HEARTWARMING includes LOVE SHADOWS, HEART’S DESIRE , A FINE YEAR FOR LOVE, KATIA’S PROMISE, FEAR OF FALLING, SOPHIE’S PATH, PROTECTING THE SINGLE MOM, FAMILY OF HIS OWN, HIS BABY DILEMMA, RESCUED BY THE FIREFIGHTER and MY RACING HEART (2019).
Ms. Lanigan is a frequent speaker at literary functions and book conventions as well as inspiring audiences with her real stories of angelic intervention from her Angel Tales series of books. She is an outspoken advocate for domestic violence and abuse and was honored by The National Domestic Violence Hotline in Washington, D.C. She has been a guest on numerous radio programs including “Coast to Coast” and on television interview and talk show programs as well as blogs, podcasts and online radio interview programs. She writes a monthly blog for Heartwarmingauthors.blogspot.com.
We lived on the world’s tiniest houseboat in Marina Del Rey ON the water and far from anything resembling a forest. Yet,my husband’s elderly aunt and uncle lived in Novato, on top of a mountain surrounded by nothing but forest.
It’s only been a few years when we were in Los Angeles working to sell my screenplays, when the fires near Magic Mountain raged out of control. San Diego area was ablaze. To the North of us and the South, it felt like California would be consumed. We had driven in from Novato making sure Jed’s aunt and uncle were safe, and they were, but all along the “5” interstate, it was a stream of fire trucks, engines and firefighters driving to southern California. The trucks had license plates from all over the west. Many from Washington. THAT scene will stay in my mind forever. So many men and women, risking their lives to come to a state far from their homes and families to fight a hungry demon of a fire, to risk their lives for people they didn’t know.
I don’t know how heartwarming a scene can get, but for me that one settled into my bones and cells.
The smoke even at the Marina, on the water, was so dense, I couldn’t breathe. I HAD to get back to our home in Scottsdale for a major doctor appointment I’d prepared for for over a month. We got into our car in the middle of the night and started driving. We kept the radio on and discovered that at three in the morning, the state had closed I-10 going east and no traffic was allowed on the highways. We had just missed that closing by two hours. We got to Scottsdale safely and my “procedure” was performed for the thyroid and vocal cord cancer I’d had.
But my prayers those weeks were for all our friends and family back in California. There’s not a “fire season” that goes by that I don’t say extra prayers that this year the number of fires will lessen. Rain will fall and all the firefighters and smokejumpers are safe.
I hope you enjoy my story.
God bless you all,
1 winner will receive a $50 Amazon eGift Card (open internationally)
1 winner will receive a print copy of RESCUED BY THE FIREFIGHTER (US only)
Ends November 14th
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