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A Steele for Christmas

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Every woman will want a Steele for Christmas

A Steele for Christmas -- Kimani Romance # 253 -- October 2011 -- Brenda Jackson --The 9th book of the "Steele Family" series. -- Elijah "Eli" Steele was a corporate attorney and he also owned the entire twenty-floor high-rise building, where Stacey Carlson was renting ...
A Steele for Christmas -- Kimani Romance # 253 -- October 2011 -- Brenda Jackson --The 9th book of the "Steele Family" series. -- Elijah "Eli" Steele was a corporate attorney and he also owned the entire twenty-floor high-rise building, where Stacey Carlson was renting her gift shop on the main floor. She had a lot of foot traffic coming into the building, which made it an ideal local, for her business. Eli's law firm took up the entire top floor of the building. -- Stacey had moved to Phoenix after her ex-fiancé canceled their wedding, because had he decided that he wanted to marry Stacey's friend instead. That is why Stacey decided that she would move to Phoenix, to be close to where her brother Cohen who was a surgeon at Phoenix Baptist Hospital. -- Stacey had always wanted to open a shop and now she had her chance. After a few months Stacey's gift shop was doing well. Now she didn't need a man to make her happy. -- Eli was one of the five "Bad News" Steele brothers that fathers & mothers hide their daughters from. The Steele brothers were sexy and hottest looking men that would make a woman lose her head. Eli was a sworn bachelor and he intended stay that way. Women were made to be loved and then he would move on the next one. There was a attraction between Eli and Stacey, but Stacey wasn't looking for another man; she knew that if she would get interested in Eli, he would break her heart. But then again why not have a no-attachment affair. They could enjoy each other and walk away in the end without being hurt. -- Brenda Jackson bring alive another hot, sexy Steele man that is to die for. The pages seem to have stream come off of them as I read this love story. Will Eli and Stacey be able to just walk away when the affair is over? I enjoyed revisiting the Steele family and it makes you wonder if every woman would like to have "A Steele for Christmas" this year.

posted by hebehills on September 20, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Poorly written, very predictable

I'm shocked at the positive reviews for this book. It is a quick read, thankfully, because it is not well written at all. The story is repetitive and there is not one surprise in the plot. Don't waste your time or money on this one.

posted by 9896962 on October 19, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2011

    Poorly written, very predictable

    I'm shocked at the positive reviews for this book. It is a quick read, thankfully, because it is not well written at all. The story is repetitive and there is not one surprise in the plot. Don't waste your time or money on this one.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 19, 2011

    Worst book I've ever read

    I'm shocked it got 4 stars. It was so terribly written. It was like an example of how not to write a book for a middle school writing 101 class. In addition, the plot was very predictable and not all that interesting. That said, I couldn't put it down and needed to share with friends so we could discuss how terrible it was.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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