Through the Fire

Through the Fire

by Donna Hill
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Through the Fire 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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This book is real good. It focuses on how hard it is to overcome the death of the death of those that we love. It takes you through the journey of being able to love after you've lost so much. Tells you not to give up on love.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a book that sat in my closet for over three years,until one day I went to get a uniform for work,I pulled it out an said whats this.Started to read the book said to myself this sounds alot like me.Throught the fire was a healing book for me,it tought me that I can't live my life closed in,not letting anyone in affraid of what the outcome would be if I did let someone in,gave my hart my soul to another.I cried I laugh I was Quinten Parker In the end I was happy that Q and Rea found happiness together,Quinn was able to forgive Vera his mother,and that he had someone in his life that made him live again play again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Through The Fire by Donna Hill is the journey of two people finding their way back to love. Musician Quinten Parker can't come to terms with his wife's death. His heart won't let him touch his piano, compose or find love. Tragedy seems to follow Quinten. He never knew his father, his mother left him and his sister to look after themselves when they were teenagers. When his sister is killed Quinten feels that he should have been able to prevent her death. Rae Lindsay has used her music to escape life and love ever since her husband and five year old daughter were killed three years ago. Quinten and Rae are kindred souls, they want to love again but don't know how and are afraid to tempt fate. When they meet, they are surprised by the attraction they feel towards each other. They are drawn together by mutual need and recognition that their feelings have to be dealt with either by coming together or never seeing one another again. With the guidance of Quinten's landlady who is his surrogate mother and Rae's girlfriend Gail, Quinten and Rae decide to give love a chance. But it's not easy, especially for Quinten. He has a young son he has not told Rae about, he just recently found out about Jamel himself. But he likes the idea of his son being in his life. He is still close to his ex-girlfriend Maxine. Maxine and Quinten haven't been together for years but he still feels 'something' for her and is disturbed that happily married Maxine is pregnant. When Quinten's mother turns up and wants to be in his life again, he turns to Maxine instead of Rae because 'that's what he has always done.' Quinten and Rae bring a lot serious baggage to their relationship but fans of Quinn Parker get the sense that he is on the road to happiness at last. 'Through the Fire' is the perfect title for this novel. The Cover graphic is beautiful. Vannie(~.~)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Waiting to exhale describes this book as well as the title. Two people struggling to overcome some of the hands life has dealt. Sexy scenes, down to earth characters, real situations and dramas. I enjoy the unpredictable and this was truly that. You just don't know what's going to happen or how things end. Great read.