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Christmas Heat [Kimani Romance Series #72]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2007

    Christmas Heat

    This is the first book I have read by this author and I have to say that I really enjoyed reading the book. CHRISTMAS HEAT is about two individual as children did not really know each other. But each of there lives change forever due the tragic fire that killed her parents and his father. You will see that Conrad is still having a hard time dealing with his father death. After several year Conrad return to his home town to try and bring some closure to his life. Audrey Lamour is raising her daughter but not a day goes by that she doesn't think of Grant the man who saved her life as a child. Audrey has kept in contact with Grant's wife but she often wonder what happen with his son. Can't give to much of the book away, but you will not be disappointed this is a great romance story where you believe in the love again also with the season of forgiveness and love how can you miss. Smile :) Louise

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a terrific contemporary romance

    Seven years old Audrey Beaumont is excited as she expects presents from Santa Claus having been a good girl for the most part all years. She says goodnight to her parents and goes to sleep so St. Nick can come and do his job. However, she awakens to the smell of smoke and the sound of fire. Pearson the firefighter rescues her but dies when he goes back to bring her parents out they die too.----------- Over two decades later, Audrey raises her seven year old daughter Stacy by herself the father ended their relationship once he learned she was pregnant. Audrey honored the courageous firefighter who saved her life with a portrait of her hero. Conrad Pearson has come home after years away to visit his late father. He holds the little girl that his dad died rescuing culpable for his father¿s death. Unable to let go he meets Audrey and Stacy, but hides his identity from the two females. He learns how much Audrey honors his dad by listening to Stacy tell him the story of the brave firefighter who saved her mom at the cost of his life as much as by the hero worshipping portrait. As he falls in love with mother and daughter, he found closure with his dad, but will never obtain closure with Audrey and Stacy once they learn who he is.--------------- CHRISTMAS HEAT is a terrific contemporary romance starring two individuals who never met before but are connected by the tragic fire that killed her parents and his father. Audrey and Stacy are perhaps too well-adjusted with all that has happened to them especially the mom. However, Conrad steals the show as the audience will know early on when he talks to his dad at the cemetery how much he still hurts and misses his father. Fans of deep character driven tales will want to read Devon Vaughn Archer¿s strong story of love coming out of the ashes of tragedy.-------- Harriet Klausner

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