Audrey Lamour is a successful artist and devoted mother, forever indebted to the heroic fireman who pulled her from a deadly blaze 25 years ago on Christmas Day. She honored him by painting his portrait, never dreaming her picture would become a lifeline to love.
Professional photographer Conrad Pearson was driven to meet the woman whose emotional painting of his father seared his soul, even if it meant returning home to the Pacific Northwest, and painful memories he had sought to escape from. But Audrey’s beauty, grace, and a long ago unforgettable kiss reunite the two. Both must confront the ghosts of Christmas past and present day trust issues if they are to have a chance to forge a future together.
“Filled with anticipation. Devon Vaughn Archer has crafted a well-written story of love and loss. Christmas Heat is a satisfying read.” — OOSA Online Book Club
“Fans of deep character driven tales will want to read Devon Vaughn Archer’s strong story of love coming out of the ashes of tragedy.’ — Harriet Klausner, book reviewer
“You will not be disappointed this is a great romance story where you believe in the love again also with the season of forgiveness and love how can you miss.” – Louise Brown, book reviewer
Devon Vaughn Archer is the author of bestselling relationship, contemporary romance, and suspense thriller fiction. These include Aloha Fantasy, Bet on Love, Christmas Diamonds, Destined to Meet, The Hitman’s Woman, and To Find That Love Again.
The author has also written several bestselling young adult novels, including Her Teen Dream, His Teen Dream, and Summer Heartbreak.
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