She's Having a Baby: The Saints of San Diego
During a graduation party, Mike and Aisling were beachcombing for treasure. “So who is this Saint Dwynwen?” he asked, looking up from the medal they'd found in the sand.
Her eyes glistened in the moonlight, taking Mike’s breath away. “She’s the saint of lovers,” Aisling whispered.
The worst fire season in California hwhispered.Thesand.Her ...more
Life has a nasty habit of luring people into a false sense of security and happiness in relationships and lifestyles, only to bite them on the a**, when they least expect it, as this new series from the fabulously prolific Suzanne Jenkins, shows.
She's Having a Baby is the first in The Saints of San Diego series and Ms Jenkins expertly spins a tale of the relationships between the firefighters, as they put their lives on the line and wa ...more
Meet Mike and Devon and the lifelong devoted friendship that these two share. Mike from a large family with firefighters in every generation and Devon a single child of affluent parents who want him to take over the family business after college. Mike meets Ainsley, a ...more
Life isn’t always fair and sometimes we have to live with the aftermath. Mike Saint and Aisling Murphy have the kind of love that will last for a lifetime – the kind that makes Devon Lyon, Mikes lifelong friend and fellow firefighter, a little wishful even though he shies away from relationships.
Suzanne Jenkins expertly interleaves the perils of firefighting with the life firefighters share with their family and friends in this first book of The Saints of S ...more
She's Having a Baby is one of those bittersweet love stories that brings a tear as well as a smile.
I like the way Suzanne Jenkins masterfully developed Mike, Devon and Aisling's characters. This relatively short read is their intimate story told with honesty. Their joys and sorrows felt very real, but with one difference...there is a happy ending.
Content alert: There are some frank references to sex and childbirth, but no on s ...more
Another good story and great characters.
Depression, PTSD, anxiety are very real. I want twenty two of my friends and family to post this, not share, so I know who I can talk to if I need to.
I think I know who will.