SANTA TO THE RESCUE BY ADELE DOWNS
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Firefighter Jamey Tucker knows three things in life to be true: an honorable man doesn't go back on his word; never hurts a woman; and lasting love isn't a myth. But with his recent move to a new job at Appleton Fire Station, the long hours don't offer hope of finding the love he’s looking for.
When Jamey meets beautiful pediatric nurse Heather Longhurst after hearing her sing "Santa Baby" in a supermarket aisle, he offers her a promise he discovers he can't keep. Heather has been betrayed by men in the past, making it hard for Jamey to gain her trust. Determined to find a way to win her heart, Jamey uses firefighter engine-uity and Heather's favorite song to prove he's got Christmas spirit she can believe in all year.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Adele Downs writes contemporary romance inside the office of her rural Pennsylvania home. She is a former journalist, published in newspapers and magazines inside the USA, UK, and Caribbean.
Adele is an active member of Romance Writers of America and her local RWA chapter where she serves as past-president. She has written several articles for RWR magazine (Romance Writers Report), the trade journal of Romance Writers of America, and has presented workshops for writers.
When Adele isn't working on her current project, she can be found riding in her convertible or reading a book on the nearest beach.
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I love books with firefighters(and not just because I'm married to one). This extremely short Holiday novella is sweet(and I mean sweet) enough to put a smile on your face and have you humming a certain song.
The only issue I had was that heroine Heather gets upset with hero Jamey over something that ends up being related to his job. She should have never let the thought cross her mind based on the fact she is a nurse in hospital.
Because this novella was so short, there's not to much else to say about it, except that if you looking for a Holiday book to read on your lunch break, it's worth the price tag (.99 cents).