Third generation firefighter Danny Hughes has life right where he wants it—doing the work he loves, in the town he loves, eager to be kindergarten volunteer for the nephew he loves. Life is pretty perfect—until his nephew’s class comes to the fire station on a field trip and Danny sees new teacher Jessie McIntyre, ten years after her father died fighting a fire.
Jessie is back in her hometown, convinced she’s put the grief of losing her father and her childhood crush on Danny far behind. But now her new classroom “helper” is determined to be teacher’s pet. With a little help from family, friends, and a cast of small town characters who know these two belong together, Jessie must make the decision to stay closed off from love, or come to grips with her pain and grief and make the leap of faith love will overcome fear.
FIVE STARS! “Great Book. As a daughter of a police officer, and now a firefighter’s wife, I could really relate to this story. I have felt, and still feel that kind of worry. Katie Rose made you feel like Jessie, Danny and “Goose” were one of the family. This story will make you laugh out loud, and warm your heart. I can’t wait for the next book!” (Amazon reviewer)
FIVE STARS! “A Delightful Story. Station Blues is a fabulous book. I haven’t curled up on a Sunday and enjoyed myself so much reading in a long time. I couldn’t put it down, it has just the right amount of laughter, joy and tears. I ended up reading the whole book in a day. So, not like me. I highly recommend it!!” (Amazon reviewer)