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THROUGH THE FIRE
by Donna Hill

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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Songwriter, Rae Lindsey, has pushed herself to go on after the death of
her husband and daughter. Her heart is still broken, but life must go on. She throw's herself into her career in order to survive. Presently, everything seems perfect, but her heart knows there is still something missing.

Musician and author Quinten Parker has been dealt a nearly lethal dose
of tragedy as well. He has lost three women in his life in one way or
another. As a result, he has turned within himself, unable to move
forward. With his career on hold, Quinten is just trying to make it
from day to day.

THROUGH THE FIRE is a deeply emotional romance with characters who are literally fighting to bring living back into their lives. Readers must
be made aware that Quinten is a deeply tortured hero with many struggles. He isn't always nice, but those who have lost, as he has, will understand his pain. Quinten and Rae are two kindred spirits who want to live again and hope to find a way to do so through each other. (Jun., 256 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Pam Tullos

Publisher: BET/Arabesque

Published: June 2001

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