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doc ñ Love on the Line Women at Work #1 ☆ Kirsten Fullmer

Love on the Line Women at Work #1Ooster and Andrea are drawn to each other yet they know an on the job romance will only cause problems Rooster is tormented by his own past and determined to prove himself to Buck a pipeline ledged Messing with the old man’s granddaughter is a line Rooster refuses to cross But as Andrea shows herself to be a hard worker and a valuable member of the crew she earns Rooster’s respect and he can’t keep his distance It seems the couple can’t go back the relationship can’t move forward and they can’t let go Both will have to make sacrifices and take a chance on ruining their credibility in order to be togethe 5 Cranky StarsI never even thought about Pipelining before Never considered how our natural gas got to our homes or what life must be like for the workers This story explained everything to me and added really relatable people that I fell in love with I'm sad that the story endedAndy is a greenhorn to the pipeline and the only woman Working with her grandpa Buck is hard and gruelling but so rewarding With time she is able to prove her worth and even catch the eye of RoosterRooster has a past that keeps him motivated to never lose his home He loves his job and most of the guys he works with They're a family When Andy walks in things change and so does his prospectiveThis story shows how even the strongest family units have issues Life can be hard but your outlook on it can change everything I really enjoyed this book and look forward to reading from this author

Kirsten Fullmer ☆ Love on the Line Women at Work #1 doc

With Nick the rough and tumble foreman of the bending crew Most of the guys aren’t willing to accept her and Rooster the handsome cocky tie in foreman is determined she’s a distractionBut building a pipeline is fraught with danger fatigue and confrontation as egos collide Caught up in the all male social microcosm Andrea can’t help but understand the pecking order and she’s at the bottom Being a woman makes it even unlikely she’ll be accepted Buck proves to be a taskmaster but a kindhearted teddy bear of a man under a gruff exterior and Andrea comes to love him opening herself up to the pain of his past R I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This was an enjoyable read The story was slow in the beginning but it picked up as the story The characters were great The author made her characters very authentic and real I felt the struggles that Andrea aka Andy went through as a female engineer in the pipeline business was very interesting However the romance between Andy and Rooster was really enjoyable I felt their connection and it was cute to see how they tried to stop their attraction but could not It was a nice love story I really enjoyed Grandpa Buck's character the most He was rough around the edges but still has a heart of gold type of character He did a lot of things for his family He made a lot of sacrifices but still provided for his family The ending was sweet I am glad it was a happy ending Overall a great read

ePub Love on the Line Women at Work #1

eBook Ï Love on the Line Women at Work #1 Ü Kindle Edition Read · In this epic and uniue love story set in the wild mountains of West Virginia a young woman and her unlikely friends find their way through multiple job hazards and terrible working conditions to achieve the unexpectedAndrea never thought sheIn this epic and uniue love story set in the wild mountains of West Virginia a young woman and her unlikely friends find their way through multiple job hazards and terrible working conditions to achieve the unexpectedAndrea never thought she’d live in a camp trailer or work outdoors in inhospitable climates; but eager to leave the stress and tedium of grad school behind she sets off with her estranged grandpa Buck to build a pipeline through the rugged mountains of West Virginia She’s determined to understand the man and the family divide that drove him away Once the job starts she forms an unlikely friendship I reuested to read this book on Netgalley for an honest reviewSohmmm Bland? Luke warm? Boring? Yes but not for the reasons I was expecting I didn't think this book to be an empowering read about a woman in a male dominated work place when I reuested it and it wasn't empowering but its DEFINITELY a book about a male dominated workplace I have to give it to the author for doing her research pages after pages of the ins and outs of pipe lining Fair juice to her But jeeeeeeez was it tediousMC was all curves and girly cuteness a bit lost and sweet coming to spend a season where her granddad is a foreman at a pipe lining gig Its harder then she thinks but she works hard and earns a little bit of respect The male chauvinist leader of the pack cant help to fall for her sweet self against his better judgments She is a distraction in the workplace And he is angry with her although its his stupid flipping colleagues that are being distracted And she cant help but turning ridiculously clumsy and useless every time he is near Love happens without much excitement family problems gets sorted out and MC finds her true calling The end Oh About 60% in to the read I noticed an overuse of the word Gaze and I had great fun noting it from then on Jolt with surprise at the heat of his gaze He stood silent his gaze intent She was lost in the heat of his gaze 23 Gazes in less than half a book sometimes loads of gazes in a page This is obviously nor here nor there but it was a giggle I also got the feeling the author was trying to write funny scenes a mud story a fluffy armpit story a story about a sock Nooooo It didn't work for me it disrupted whatever was going on and it was a bit cringe worthyThis book didn't sit well with my feminist self but I really believe the author was trying to do the opposite and Im truly impressed with the research in to pipe lining