Our pick of Sweet and/or Clean Romance for today,
March, 26th, 2020.

Small town, sweet romance doesn’t come much better than this. A Firefighter’s Luck: A Sweet Romance is a wonderful romance featuring a fiery single mom and real man (who cooks and cleans!). Read this story of how love can heal most things, including hearts.

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A Firefighter’s Luck

A feisty single mom on her own. A firefighter with a rocky past. Can they lower their guard long enough to let love in?

Luck has never smiled on Dante Ventura. He’s never had a home or much of a family. But when he learns he has a daughter he never knew existed, he’s determined to change his life. To become the kind of man she can look up to. Becoming a firefighter was the first step. Now he needs a decent place to live—someplace he’s not ashamed to bring his little girl.

Brianna Pulaski is struggling to raise her troubled son Tommy. Renting out a room in her home to the newly-minted firefighter would help her financially as well as provide her boy with the role model he desperately needs. What she doesn’t know is that soon after offering Dante a room, she’ll be offering her heart as well. Can her love turn Dante’s luck around for good?


What the Reviews Say

This is a refreshing healing romance with second chances and unconditional love as these endearing characters grow as people and family. 

An enjoyable, fast-paced, slow burn, clean romance. Great story!

There are so many twists and turns to this story will keep you riveted until the very last page and leave you begging for more.I love the way this amazing author brings the characters to life before your eyes and makes you feel their emotions and their pain.

I had a great time getting to know the well developed and engaging characters. The flow of the storyline flowed smoothly from beginning to the end.

How can you not like a romantic story that involves a handsome firefighter? The story line is smooth flowing and the characters are strong, well developed and have a definite spark between them. A book you’ll be glad you added to your reading list.


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