Holiday Heat

Holiday Heat

by Jordyn White


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ISBN-13: 9781945261374
Publisher: Penrose House Press, LLC
Publication date: 11/08/2018
Series: Firework Girls , #5
Pages: 190
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)

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Holiday Heat (Firework Girls, #5) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
readergrl189 22 hours ago
The Firework Girls series has been a great heartfelt series with wonderful characters and raw emotions and this new book is no exception. Sophie is a young woman who has moved across the country to get away from home and Bobby, a young man with a secret heart of gold afraid to allow anyone into his heart for fear he'll lose someone else he loves. This was an emotional and heartbreaking love story. Filled with heartache, tears, doubts, healing, concerned, meddling friends and family, flirtatious banter, wit, sass, steamy passion, and love. A wonderfully romantic and emotional holiday story about overcoming fears to allow the person you love into your heart. A fantastic story that I absolutely loved. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Pwalley01 4 days ago
This book was a real page turner with the great character and storyline development which grabbed my interest from the very first page and wouldn't let me go until the very last page was turned!
Michelle_V 4 days ago
Holiday Heat is a sweet holiday romance and part of the Firework Girls series. I enjoyed Sophie and Bobby's story and I love their chemistry. My favorite part of the book is that the whole Firework Girls gang meet for a week long Christmas vacation in one of my favorite places Sun Valley, Idaho. I am looking forward to reading more books about this fun group.
Deb_from_Oz 5 days ago
Kirstiegai 5 days ago
This was an enjoyable entertaining read about sizzling attraction. The characters were interesting and I loved the snowy christmas location.
Merryj 10 days ago
This is Bobbie and Sophie's intriguing storing that harbors on so many emotional twists that draws you in to the story. It is descriptive and detailed and have you wanting to cheer on these two individuals. This heartfelt story is captivating and holds you until the last page. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
ViperSpaulding 10 days ago
What an amazing Christmas love story! We met Bobby, Chloe's brother, in Midnight Heat, and knowing their family background we can understand why he refuses to open his heart to the possibility of love. Sophie, the cousin of Jack, one of Chloe's best friends, transfers to Hartman College and is invited to join the whole Firework Girls gang on a week-long Christmas vacation to Sun Valley, Idaho. Sophie met Bobby at a frat party when she confronted him about advising his friend to break up with her roommate, leaving both friends heartbroken. Sophie is determined to stay far, far away from the womanizer she thinks Bobby is, so she's quite surprised to find that he's Chloe's brother and that he's also invited along on the Christmas trip. But undeniable chemistry and the opportunities of proximity lead both Bobby and Sophia to set aside their differences, determined to just enjoy the time they have together on their vacation. No hearts, no strings, no emotions. Until all the emotions force their hearts to tug on those strings and cause them to look deep inside themselves for the answers only their souls can understand. This romance was lots of fun to read, for both the current story as well as the side notes updating us on the four previous romances. Bobby's personal journey is told so expertly and honestly that you really believe he's going to follow through with his original plan. Watching him let go of his doubts and finding an appropriate way to grieve for his mom (and his dad's loss) was beautifully done. I just wanted to give the poor boy a big ol' mama hug. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.