Review: Miracle Worker by BJ Harvey (Chicago First Responders #3)


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Enticing Journey Book Promotions.

BJ Harvey's writing has made me smile and laugh in the past, and just when I needed it most, it brought me much joy. I hurt my knee while trying to save my mobile phone from hitting the floor (which didn't have anything to cushion it). The phone's safe and sound, all thanks to my foot which buffered its fall as my knee awkwardly twisted while maneuvering the move. Sigh. So, while I was feeling rather miserable and in pain, Harvey's newest Chicago First Responders novel came to my rescue. Miracle Worker lived up to its name because this lovely romantic comedy took my mind off my knee.

Miracle Worker is the third book in the Chicago First Responders series, and it's a roommate romance. When thirty-three-year-old Gio Rossi's brothers suggest that he take on the newly transferred firefighter in their station as his roommate, it was a win-win situation. Gio needed the income to help with the mortgage and bills, and this Alex guy needed a place to stay after moving from Iowa to Chicago. It was all good. Except it turns out that Alex isn't a guy. The thirty-year-old seasoned firefighter is every bit a female, one who's about to push his boundaries and his very organized world into chaos.

I'm thinking BJ Harvey should market her books as feel-good romances because they do, indeed, make you feel oh-so-good. I don't mean that in a dirty way (but hey, if it makes you feel that way, absolutely zero judgment from me!). Gio and Alex's story brought a smile to my face from the first chapter onwards, and by the time I got to the end, I couldn't help the sigh of contentment that came from my uplifted spirits. I loved how these two came together in such a drama-free way, and how their story was about love, family, and dedication as first responders. Miracle Worker snags five stars.

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Read my reviews for the Chicago First Responders series:


Show Stopper (book one) - five stars - My Review

Life Changer (book two) - five stars - My Review

Miracle Worker (book three) - five stars - My Review (posted above)

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Release Date: 08 December 2021

Date Read: 04 December 2021

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