The FireFighter's girl
14 year old Emma Faye is the daughter of fire patch 55's own captain; Mark Faye. But when the captain attempts a rescue in a cotton mill fire, the building collapses and he perishes along with the victim he was trying to rescue. Because her mother left two years previous to the accident, saying she no longer wanted anything to do with her; she is technically an orphan. In her father's will, Emma is left to the care of the other firefighters in the squadron (if that is the desired outcome of Emma, of course). Because they have always been like a family to her, Emma chooses to reside with a firefighter of the squadron. Sariah O'Neill (the chosen firefighter) takes Emma into her family, and her husband as well as herself are more than happy to continue raising Emma, But after Emma moves in, her new home is thrown into a whirlwind after one of the fellow fighter fighters (Rick Stellsburg), who is Mark Faye's best friend; argues that it isn't a proper environment to be raised by firefighters. To the squadrons surprise and horror, Rick takes them to court claiming that Emma needs a more substantial home. They use the counter-arguement that an orphanage or foster home would be even less substantial, and it would be much harder for an older girl to be adopted. But even so, the jury is leaning towards sending Emma off to a foster home. Along the way she meets a guy named Luke Marrick who helps her through all of this. He seems like a good friend but could it be something more?With such a bleak future and the final court hearing date drawing nearer, they've almost completely lost hope. Everyone is still in confusion as to why Rick would turn against Mark's wishes and turn against Emma, and to top it off; Emma is still reeling with pain from the death of her father. After just opening up and finding a loving home, will she really be ripped away from her only family again?