Two Hearts Rescue

Two Hearts Rescue Poppy Mercier is not good enough At least that what she s always been told and she believes After tumultuous college years she returns to her hometown of Park City Utah and soon encounters a handsome

  • Title: Two Hearts Rescue
  • Author: Daniel Banner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Poppy Mercier is not good enough At least that what she s always been told and she believes After tumultuous college years she returns to her hometown of Park City, Utah and soon encounters a handsome young fireman who makes her doubt her own self doubts Slade Powers isn t interested, at least not like that He s the new guy on the Park City Fire Department and is strugPoppy Mercier is not good enough At least that what she s always been told and she believes After tumultuous college years she returns to her hometown of Park City, Utah and soon encounters a handsome young fireman who makes her doubt her own self doubts Slade Powers isn t interested, at least not like that He s the new guy on the Park City Fire Department and is struggling to get a side business off the ground He s been burned in love before and has no desire to expose himself like that again But when he meets the girl whose smile can outshine the sun, he knows he s in trouble.Will these two broken souls overcome their pasts to find love or is it too late for either of them to be rescued

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    1. Two Hearts Rescue: Park City Firefighter Romance is written by Daniel Banner, Taylor Hart, and Christine Kersey. When one is continually told she isn’t good enough, ultimately, she begins to believe it. Then, just as she is beginning to make some progress, someone comes along and destroyers her again. How does one deal with that? How can one withstand another breakdown? Poppy Mercier was determined to win against the constant belittling her mother did on her. She could do nothing right or be g [...]

    2. This is the third book in this five-book series but it works well as a stand-alone book. Having read the two prior novels, for my taste, this is the weakest book in the series so far. On the positive side I really enjoyed the up close and personal glimpses into the day to day life of a firehouse crew. Parts of the book were highly entertaining and I loved the clean romance format. Aside from a number of editing errors that should have been cleaned up prior to publication, the writing was well do [...]

    3. This book was okay for me, but not my favorite. I was frustrated by the main character, Slade. I just didn't get the feels for him. I did enjoy the firefighter stuff, the firehouse workings, the way the station team interacted. They came across as real and believable. I would expect that to be the book's strong point with the author being a firefighter himself. Just a side read, not a full review read for me.Content: clean, some kissing

    4. Having been a firefighter's wife for 15+ years I have never wanted to read a firefighter's romance because I live it everyday. I had to give this one a shot though since it was written by a firefighter. Since I am able to see both sides of this life it really says how much of his heart and soul the Author put into this book. I can appreciate it on so many levels. As the wife of a firefighter, as well as someone who frequents personal counseling to better oneself, I love that the Author is able t [...]

    5. Romance, clean, very mild faith elementsThis was a fun read. DB portrayed the firefighter life well, and made a fun couple and their cute meet and fall with Poppy and Slade. Always love reading two genuine, honest hearts falling for each other. They both had a past, both had hurts and some issues, but as they learned about each other, their relationship grew in a fun way. The crew pulling together to help with some horses was a fun scene, and the accident later in the novel was intense and reali [...]

    6. 1.5 stars. I'm sorry, but I didn't enjoy this one. The h was insecure, constantly having thoughts of inadequacies. The H was so scared of making himself vulnerable to another woman that he hadn't had a relationship or dated anyone in 6 years. I appreciate an H who isn't a tomcat, but that's a little cowardly. Overall, I appreciated the dual povs, how clean this read was, and the totally sweet epilogue, but this was a little too annoying and cheesy in parts for me to really enjoy it.

    7. 3.5 StarsI enjoyed this book- especially the detail and behind-the-scenes look I got into the workings of a fire station. I found parts of it flat out hilarious, and really connected with some of the self-esteem/worth themes in the book. I did find parts of it to be a bit rushed, as well as some of it a little cheesy, but overall a good book!

    8. Spoiler.ould be book 4.Another cracking book in the series, however this should be book 4 NOT book 3 as there are spoilers in this for Cam's book which is book 4 - you need to read Rescued by Love before this one.As with the previous books in the series Poppy and Slade are well written characters, complete with suitcases full of baggage, snark, doubts, sass, heartbreak, self doubt, humour and lustwhat more could you ask for in a book?!

    9. Clever and wittyThis book starts with the best dialogue ever. Very witty and clever. Love that these characters are very real; that a smile is the attracting feature. Looking forward to more books from this author.

    10. Rebounding LoveNo matter how many times we say what we want do the Lord can show you where you need to be and if you brave enough you just might find the love of your life.

    11. WonderfulThis was such a great story.I really enjoyed reading this one.Well Written , emotional, I highly recommend reading this story.Love this series

    12. Loved it!I had never read a romance novel written by a male, I am impressed. Great story and loved the funny characters.

    13. ExcellentI absolutely loved everything about this book. I especially loved Poppy and Slade, my new favorite couple. Fun and clean. Strongly recommend.

    14. My favorite one in the series yet! There is something about a male author that makes a woman feel cherished. It was clean, though. No language. No sex. Just goes to show that you don't need that for excellent writing and a satisfying story. I could identify with Poppy in some ways. I love the comraderie and brotherhood that exists among emergency personnel. This was sweet, humorous, and a fun read from start to finish. I had to check out Banner's other books, too. I look forward to more from thi [...]

    15. Fun and encouraging.I think that every woman has some body image issues, and this story is encouraging to all to not allow our doubts to stand i the way of healthy relationships.Fun read!

    16. Every once in a while I come across an author that just awes me with the way they use their words and Daniel was certainly one of those. I loved the wit and the depth of the characters, but mostly I loved his use of language and highlighted so many passages just because I loved the way they were written. This book had humor, wit, flawed characters, good description and, of course, clean romance. I will definitely be reading more of his books in the near future.

    17. Frustratingly beautifulI identify so much with Kalliope. Being the fat girl, or compared to others and never measuring up in her own mind. Making jokes at herself to cover her insecurities. Been there. And to have her own love, someone who sees HER.2 hearts love. Beautiful story!!!!

    18. Clever. Classy. Clean. I loved the banter between Poppy & Slade. I didn't want to put the book down once I began!!!

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