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Stormi's Review: The Fire (Northwest Passage #4) by John A. Heldt

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Publisher: John A. Heldt

Released: September 1, 2013

Genre: Time Travel, Romance

Length: 369

Format: ebook

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When Kevin Johnson, 22, goes to Wallace, Idaho, days after his college graduation, he expects to find rest and relaxation as his family prepares his deceased grandfather's house for sale. Then he discovers a hidden diary and a time portal that can take him to 1910, the year of Halley's comet and the largest wildfire in U.S. history. Within hours, Kevin finds himself in the era of horse-drawn wagons, straw hats, and ankle-length dresses. Traveling repeatedly to the same time and place, he decides to make the portal his gateway to summer fun. The adventure takes a more serious turn, however, when the luckless-in-love science major falls for pretty English teacher Sarah Thompson and integrates himself in a community headed for disaster. Filled with humor, romance, and heartbreak, THE FIRE, the sequel to THE JOURNEY, follows a conflicted soul through a life-changing journey as he makes his mark on a world he was never meant to see.

Five Boundless Stars

I was impressed with this book. Once again you see Joel and Grace through the eyes of one of Joel's students. Kevin travels back in time to 1910 when his family goes on vacation and visits an old family home. In 1910 he learns about love and family. He meets a woman, falls in loves and wishes to bring her to the future. He also helps others with his wealth, and he becomes a teacher in a town that needs educators. Along the way he has to decide to change the past or let the world go on, even though a disaster is in the cards. This story was another great book from an amazing writer. Each book I read fills me with history, romance, and time travel. Each book is better than the last and this one was no exception. It told a great story of love, grief, and redemption.

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