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Donna Kauffman

ISBN 9780758250896
Publish Date 12/28/2010
Format Trade Paperback
Categories Brava, Contemporary
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Fire Down Below

Brash entrepreneur Roan McAuley has no problem getting naked. But being the only one in the room dropping kilt and giving plenty isn’t his idea of fun—even if it’s for the “Men of the Highlands” calendar and a good cause. However, getting feisty photographer Tessa Vandergriff all hot, bothered, and hungry is proving irresistible…even though she’s not his type. And even if the sizzling attraction between them is changing everything this roguish playboy thinks he knows about lust…and love.

Praise for Donna Kauffman and Her Novels

“Give me more.” —Linda Howard on The Charm Stone

“Whimsical and sexy.” —Jennifer Crusie on Your Wish Is My Command

“Donna Kauffman writes smart and sexy, with sizzle to spare!” --Janet Evanovich

About Donna Kauffman:

Donna Kauffman is the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of over 70 novels, translated and sold in more than 26 countries around the world. Born into the maelstrom of Washington, D.C., politics, she now lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, where she is surrounded by a completely different kind of wildlife. A contributing blogger for USAToday.com, she is also a DIYer, a baker, a gardener and a volunteer transporter for the Wildlife Center of Virginia and Rockfish Sanctuary. Please visit her online at DonnaKauffman.com.

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First Time Romance Reader is Hooked (Saturday, January 22, 2011)
Reviewer: marianne

I do not usually read romance novels, but I was pleasantly surprised that this one actually had some depth and a decent storyline. I did not read the first in this series and was concerned that I was at a disadvantage, I don't think I was, it took a little longer to be introduced to characters who were likely introduced in the first in the series, however it was easy to catch up. This was not a traditional romance filled with wild sex and intense descriptions but more a relationship that was tested and then flourished. It was at times wordy and descriptions were lengthy that wasn't in my opinion necessary. If you are looking for a romance novel that is not filled with mindless smut and has a story and a realness to it, I suggest you pick up this one.


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