Sunday, December 7, 2008

Heating up the Holidays – Harlequin Blaze

Heating up the Holidays by Jill Shalvis, Jacquie D’Alessandro, and Jamie Sobrato

Genre: Romance

Harlequin Blaze #435, December 2008

“All He Wants for Christmas” by Jill Shalvis

Firefighter Cristina Lewis is tough. She isn’t a Christmas person, nor is she a people person. She has no time for a love life, but hunky EMT Dustin Mauer intends to change that and make her fall in love with him.

“My Grown-Up Christmas List” by Jacquie D’Alessandro

Toni Rizzo wants nothing more than to make her flower shop a success. She’s certainly not interested in romance, especially with a firefighter. Brad Griffin isn’t letting that stop him. The handsome fireman is not giving up without a fight for the lady of his dreams.

“Up on the Housetop” by Jamie Sobrato

Dr. Lorelei Gibson is mortified when she is stuck on her roof wearing nothing but her underwear. She is even more mortified when her rescuer is none other than Ryan Quinn. A man she loved in high school, but who walked away from her without a second glance. When she realizes he is once again attracted to her, she wonders if she can use this as a way of getting revenge for his treatment of her or maybe start all over again?

This book is a great treat for the holidays. It’s three separate stories featuring firefighters. Reading these stories will warm your heart on a cold winter’s night. The perfect way to get away from the holiday hustle and bustle and simply relax. A nice cup of hot chocolate would make this even better!

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