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Free On a Night Like This reader ´ doc 9780988662025 È From #1 NY times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy comes a romantic new contemporary series about the Callaways a big blended Irish family born to serve and protect The second oldest of the Callaway clan Aiden Callaway veered from the family tradition of urban firefightinFrom #1 NY times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy comes a romantic new contemporary series about the Callaways a big blended Irish family born to serve and protect The second oldest of the Callaway clan Aiden Callaway veered from the family tradition of urban firefighting and became a smokejumper never uestioning his choice until the job took the life of his friend Kyle and left Aiden with injuries and fractured memories E Aiden is a smokejumper He lost his memory following an accident while battling a fire Aiden also lost his best friend Kyle during the same fire Is Aiden to blame for Kyle's death? Did Kyle commit suicide?Sara is a corporate lawyer She is trying to reconnect with her father Sara grew up with the Callaway family She has had a crush on Aiden since she was nine She knows Aiden is not a relationship type of guy Does Sara still have a crush on Aiden or is this attraction a mature love? Will she and her father re establish their relationship?This novel is a nice easy read The characters are well rounded The plot is simple and the subplots are neatly tied up I would love to read books in this series

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Forgiven or forgotten the way Aiden brought it crashing down but she's no longer that girl with the crazy crush She's a woman in search of her own truth The sparks between Aiden and Sara have been smoldering for a very long time Sara is afraid to take another chance on a man who broke her heart and Aiden knows better than anyone how dangerous an intense fire can beAs teenagers they weren’t ready for each other Are they no Sara Davidson comes home to visit her father for his 65th birthday The end with with a house fire and her father with a broken leg The two have never had a relationship and although Sara's dad tells her to go home she sticks around while he's hospitalized Aiden Callaway is a smoke jumper who recently lost one of his men and his best friend fighting a fire Aiden doesn't remember what happened and he's being blamed But he is there when he sees his neighbor's house on fire and rescues Sara and her dad Sara has had a crush on Aiden forever but he broke her heart when she was young And he's not in any better place now to start a relationship But someone the two start hanging out while Sara is visiting and try to unravel what happened during Aiden's fire Then Sara discovers some hidden secrets in her own family Overall this book was good but it was also kind of depressing with both Aiden and Sara having communication issues I did like the introduction of Aiden's family which the rest of the series will follow

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On a Night Like ThisVeryone blames Aiden for what happened but he doesn't remember nor is he sure he wants to remember The truth may clear Aiden of blame but destroy Kyle's reputation and hurt the people he left behind Aiden seeks help from an unlikely partner Sara had always been untouchable sweet innocent his sister's best friend and the girl next door But one reckless night in their youth took their relationship to a new level Sara has never 35 I really enjoyed this story right up until the end It seemed to end abruptly so that the main characters could get their happily ever after I'm glad that Sara and Aiden got their happy ending after all of the years they spent pining for each other but I thought this book would have left us hanging with of a mystery There is such a great arson mystery weaved throughout the book that wasn't resolved in the first installment of this series I think I a heart stopping cliffhanger would have been appropriate Otherwise this was another great book from Barbara Freethy