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SUMMER HEAT
by A.C. Arthur

Genre: Series, Kimani Romance, Current Series Imprints

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SUMMER HEAT (4) by A.C. Arthur: Karena Lakefield, whose father always wanted sons, is devoted to acquiring art for her family’s gallery. When she learns that her latest acquisition may be stolen, she hires an acquaintance, P.I. Sam Desdune, to find out who the owner is. Sam always wanted to act on the attraction between him and Karena, and as he gets involved with her and her family, he is determined to protect her. Romance at its best, this story will keep readers turning the pages — not to solve the mystery of the painting, but to see how Sam convinces Karena to give their love a chance.

Reviewed By: Debbie R. Sims

Publisher: KIMANI

Published: August 2010

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Summer Heat

Submitted by hcabm on July 18, 2010 - 10:09pm.

This book is a wonderful and realistic read.

Yes our hero Sam is right Karena our heroine is a lovely and intelligent woman. He is definitely attracted and the chemistry is sizzling . However, she is a bit f a workaholic and not to sure of her place in the family business. Will she succumb to his charms ?

Sam is a lovable and handsome man. He is a bit to bossy. He is compassionate and thinks he knows just what Karena wants and needs. This attitude gets him in trouble. Thank goodness for the people in his life who give him straight from the hip advice.

I enjoyed the journey of Karena and Sam toward a loving relationship and meeting their friends and family.