One in a Million

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When high-powered attorney Deena Walls walked into the police station searching for her client, the last thing she expected was to feel the immediate heat brought on by Detective Charles Henry Harris. As they both work on a case that would not only test Deena's will and mettle, but also show her how deep her attraction is to the handsome detective, they would have never guessed that theirs would be a relationship of searing passion and emotional healing.
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Overview

When high-powered attorney Deena Walls walked into the police station searching for her client, the last thing she expected was to feel the immediate heat brought on by Detective Charles Henry Harris. As they both work on a case that would not only test Deena's will and mettle, but also show her how deep her attraction is to the handsome detective, they would have never guessed that theirs would be a relationship of searing passion and emotional healing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600430534
  • Publisher: Parker Publishing Llc
  • Publication date: 10/17/2008
  • Pages: 197
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Barbara Keaton was born in 1964 in Chicago, and as a native, she loves her city and cannot imagine living anywhere else. Her grandfather, the late Thomas Hill, instilled in her a passion to write. In 1987, she received a B.A. in communications from Columbia College. After graduation, she worked as a bus operator and found this period in her life as one of profound growth and development. Professionally, she's had over 15 years' experience in public, government, and community relations. In addition, she's written several articles and editorials that were published in various publications and has published several novels. Currently, she is a transportation manager for the Chicago Transit Authority. In May of 1999, Barbara received her master of science in journalism from Roosevelt University in Chicago. She belongs to several civic and professional organizations. In her spare time, she is an avid reader, writer, and Bid Whist player. She lives by a personal credo: I ANSWER TO TWO—MY GOD AND MYSELF. Please visit Barbara at her Web site: http://www.bkeaton.com.
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  • Posted December 31, 2009

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    One in a million

    This was a good read. I just thought it was kind of unbelievable. The families were just too perfect for me. Deena immediate family members are all lawyers including her parents, her sister and boyfriend are bounty hunters. Deena's neice goes to a magnet school for gifted kids. Four of Charles immediate family members are cops, his father a retired Judge and his sister-in-law is a doctor....everyone is a goody two shoes. Other than that it was an enjoyable read.

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  • Posted July 12, 2009

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    Could it really be love?

    Deena is high profile/celebrities of a lawyer in a family practice that comes across as the women that you don't want to mess with. Deena was married once but he turned out to be the last man she vowed to take on serious in her life time. Deena is a great person but she does have her own issues that follow her up until the end of the book.

    Charles is a great detective that has been married once and out of that marriage came a child/son that left him a single father. Between beening a father/detective is all he looks forward to in his life time. Until one day he is sitting at his desk and Deena comes in for a fight to get her client out of jail. The sight of this beautiful young woman turns his world upside down and inside out. Now Charles has to figure out how he's going to get her to want him as much as he wants her, he already know that she's out of his league but that gives him more to fight with.

    The book is a great read if you are looking for romance and a little police action in the mix. There's characters that is very well developed and some that's not that really throws the book. Its needs more substance of background work on the characters, if this was done it would flow so freely. Although I'm complaining about this one book, the author is a great writer and has other titles out there for your enjoyment so look them up.

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