DING-LING-LING! Through the hole. Hurry, slip-slide down the pole! Who are the rescue heroes of Fire Station Number Eight? The Firebears! Sound the siren, grab the hoses, stretch those ladders. Rescue! With Firebears on the job, no blaze is too big to brave-it's all in a day's work. So put on your fire hat and come for a ride with the fearless rescue crew of Fire Station Number Eight.
The Temperature Is Rising... Firefighter Cole Everett's life revolves around the firehouse. Committed to saving lives--and to the guys who always have his back in the most dangerous moments on the job--Cole's focus is a coveted spot on the Fairview Rescue Squad. When his captain asks him to mentor a rookie firefighter, he jumps at the chance, hoping it will help to prove his skill. But the new "guy" is none other than Savannah Nelson, a female firefighter as stubbornly determined as Cole is, and a whole lot curvier in all the right places . . . Savannah won't let anyone extinguish her dream of fulfilling her family legacy and becoming a top notch firefighter--and she's happily surprised when strong-willed, sexy Cole is willing to give her the chance she deserves. Concentrating on the job isn't always easy when the heat between them flares higher every day, but Savannah won't give up--not even when one of Station Eight's veterans seems bent on trashing her reputation. To stop a string of possible arsons, Savannah and Cole will need to eliminate every distraction--but can they let their love go up in flames? Praise for Kimberly Kincaid and her novels "An author on the rise." --RT Book Reviews "A sweet and sexy treat!" --Bella Andre "Smart, fun, and heartwarming." --Jill Shalvis
Each sunrise seems to bring fresh reasons for fear. They're talking layoffs at work, slowdowns in the economy, flare-ups in the Middle East, turnovers at headquarters, downturns in the housing market, upswings in global warming. The plague of our day, terrorism, begins with the word terror. Fear, it seems, has taken up a hundred-year lease on the building next door and set up shop. Oversized and rude, fear herds us into a prison of unlocked doors. Wouldn't it be great to walk out? Imagine your life, wholly untouched by angst. What if faith, not fear, was your default reaction to threats? If you could hover a fear magnet over your heart and extract every last shaving of dread, insecurity, or doubt, what would remain? Envision a day, just one day, where you could trust more and fear less. Can you imagine your life without fear?
"My eleven-year old friend, Abigail, is a war-orphaned prostitute." She isn't anymore. Abigail, along with countless other young girls in Liberia, is now a student--and her future is bright. All because of Katie Meyler; All because One Person Acted. One Person Acted and Everything Changed is the answer to an important question: "Can I change the world?" Our world is chock-full of dire and complex situations, seemingly too large for any one of us to take on--the stories you are holding in your hands prove otherwise. No matter your circumstances, you can change this world. Absolutely. Among other inspiring stories in One Person Acted, you will read the riveting accounts of: - The owner of an insurance company who in just two years has saved the lives of nearly 15,000 fleeing migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean, Aegean, and Andaman Seas. - A psychiatrist who has lifted millions of people out of poverty across the world. - A recovering heroin addict, homeless from the age of 11, who now leads a fearless rescue team that has saved thousands upon thousands of suffering animals from horrific situations. - A photographer who surrendered his coveted position at National Geographic to inspire hundreds of millions of people across the world to take action against environmental destruction. One million times a month people around the world ask Google how to change the world. Perhaps you wonder the same. We invite you to let the stories in this book light the way.
Mara Keegan is an uber-successful mother and a widow of three years. She's been chasing success and all the "good things in life" for her family to make up for the cruel whim God played on them by taking her husband. In an effort to be the perfect mom, she decides to make a photo memory quilt, a graduation present for her daughter, Cadence. She's not yet finished when she experiences a heart attack. While Mara recuperates, she revisits the choices she's made that led to this physically and spiritually broken heart. The memory quilt must be finished in time for Cadence's big day, but Mara struggles with her burgeoning feelings for the man who must keep Mara's business going during her recovery, Joel Ryan. Can Joel find his way into Mara's heart and onto Cadence's quilt?
When Melody Evans needed someone to rescue her, she knew that navy SEAL Harlan “Cowboy” Jones was just the man for the job. But afterward, when things got more intimate, she had to write it off to an adrenaline rush. After all, she was looking for an ordinary guy – and Cowboy was anything but. Too bad their encounter left Melody with more than just memories... Then Cowboy paid Melody a surprise visit and saw her burgeoning belly. That did it – he had to convince her that they were meant to be together! That he could be as ordinary as the next guy. And he'd do it, too – even if it meant twenty–four–hour–a–day, hands–on contact...