Game of Hearts [NOOK Book]

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Deborah Zimmerman's life is not going well right now. She has to deal with a deadbeat dad, teenagers, financial stress, and a store manager's glare. The cake that lands on her head isn't helping any. When she bumps into Brandon Nash, her heart skips a beat. Could this be love at first sight or the signs of a heart attack?
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Game of Hearts

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Overview

Deborah Zimmerman's life is not going well right now. She has to deal with a deadbeat dad, teenagers, financial stress, and a store manager's glare. The cake that lands on her head isn't helping any. When she bumps into Brandon Nash, her heart skips a beat. Could this be love at first sight or the signs of a heart attack?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013893757
  • Publisher: Clean Reads
  • Publication date: 3/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,102,096
  • File size: 190 KB

Meet the Author

Kathryn J. Bain has been writing for over ten years now. She has two daughters, one a professional photographer, the other a college student. Ms. Bain is the Public Relations Director for Ancient City Romance Authors and the former President of Florida Sisters in Crime. She enjoys critiquing for the new members of American Christian Fiction Writers. To survive and pay bills, she has been a paralegal for approximately twenty years and works for an attorney who specializes in guardianships, probate, and estate planning. She moved from Idaho to Jacksonville, Florida in 1983 and has lived in the sunshine since.
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  • Posted June 22, 2012

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    Game of Hearts is about a woman who is down on her luck and figh

    Game of Hearts is about a woman who is down on her luck and fighting to make a good life for herself and her children. Deborah is a single mother working as hard as she can and can barely scrape by. Things would be a lot easier if her ex-husband would cough up some child support that he owes. With supportive friends Deborah manages to keep her chin up and be the great mother that she is.

    The book starts out with Deborah buying a cake for her daughter's party. While walking to her car in the rain she bumps into a hunky man named Brandon and the cake goes flying and lands on her head. Brandon being a gentleman goes back into the store and buys her a bigger and even prettier cake. This starts a relationship that is sweet and made me hope that Deborah and Brandon wind up together.

    The book as a whole was an enjoyable read. I feel that it accurately described a real life situation and didn't make single parenthood a walk in the park as some books try to do. I suggest this if you enjoy Christian romance books, or even a romance book that isn't full of smut.

    Disclosure: I was provided a copy of this book to give an honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2012

    Left me with Happiness in my heart!

    Game of Hearts is a inspiring,sweet, funny romance about Deb who is divorced with three kids. Deb is going through a rough time when she meets Brandon. She is more than a little hesitant with men. Brandon is a really good guy and is just what Deb needs. I was laughing and cheering for Deb and her family the whole time. I loved the mix of friends Deb has and how they all support each other. I also think she nailed the kids. Ms. Bain creates a real life story that warmed my soul and left me with happiness in my heart. I also like the cover. This story did not contain any swearing or sex for those who like to know.

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