Book Two in the First Responders Series, Honor Redeemed by Loree Lough, takes up from where Ashes to Honor left off (see my review on this blog on April 12). If you remember the story in Book One, Austin, a firefighter who lost of his brother on September 11, 2001, had sunk into alcoholic oblivion for a time. After finding his way back out, he reconnected with God and then with the psychologist who had tried to help him come back and failed, Faith by name but not by profession
Honor lost her fiance to rescue operations after the towers collapsed and hasn't been able to dig herself out of that constant soul-eating grief. Until Matt.
Matt is an investigative reporter, her worst favorite type of person. He has a set of mischievous and delightful ten-year-old twin boys that capture her heart, but Matt doesn't know that. All he knows for sure is Honor seems to be his other half--she knows what is in his mind before he does. She speaks his thoughts and completes his actions. But does she love his sons?
He loves his sons more than anyone or anything other than God. He won't allow them to be hurt by a woman who doesn't love them enough. So he...
But wait--I don't want to tell you too much. You might not get the book if I tell you the end. Let me just say this: I just ordered A Man of Honor, the third book in the series, and it is fudging in front of some others on my "to read" pile.
You can find all three in the series at Christianbook.com, Amazon.com, and Barnes and Nobel.