Topaz Heat - Hallee Bridgeman

Topaz Heat

By Hallee Bridgeman

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-06-17
  • Book Genre: Religious
  • Author: Hallee Bridgeman
Our rating: 5/5 stars

5 Score: 5 (From 15 Ratings)

Topaz Heat Hallee Bridgeman read online review & book description:

The very moment Derrick meets Sarah, he realizes he has a reason to live. Sarah sees only an unshaven tough kid covered with tattoos and shuts down every advance.

Sarah Thomas has no memory of her broken young life leading up to the tragic murder of her mother. Her memory begins the morning she wakes in the home of her loving adoptive parents. She doesn't even know her sisters exist until her 15th year. She learns to love her siblings, but always feels a little out of place in their presence. 

A benevolent billionaire offers Derrick DiNunzio a home and an education. Fresh off the streets and rescued from a criminal future, Derrick sheds his old life. He trades his ripped leather jacket for silk suits; dealing drugs for mentoring "at risk" youth; lock picking and back door jobs for the rigors of mountain climbing and hotel management.

Sarah cannot seem to see beyond the past Derrick left behind … until one day she does. When they finally come together, an indictment threatens their future. Now the heat is on. Will Sarah finally set aside her prejudices and open her heart to true love or will the long forgotten past tear them apart forever?

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Posted Reviews

  • A great romance!

    5
    By kdohanlon
    Great Christian romance that deals with real life issues that many have experienced. It is refreshing to have a new approach to typical Christian fiction stories

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