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- Print Length: 290 pages
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- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press; Champagne Rose edition (November 15, 2010)
- Publication Date: November 15, 2010
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B004CLYIQA
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"Right. Or, the fact that you're just a really, really good guy."
Heath grinned down at her. "Yeah, there is that."
Heath is truly a good guy...a sexy, smooth good guy who doesn't need to be the center of attention. He keeps his distance from his college crush no matter how it pains him. She did become a widow less than a year ago. What he doesn't know is that her feelings reciprocate. Ms. Dean has a talent for making her stories real and pulling the reader in. This isn't the first Alicia Dean novel I've read, and it won't be the last.
Author of Black Creek Burning (Crimson Romance, 2012)
Heath King dreads being home for Christmas. Grief, guilt, hostility, and unrequited love loom big in his home town of Kansas City. Once a policeman and now the owner of his own security business, he takes care of others' problems but cannot seem to resolves his own. His loyalty to family and friends is steadfast, but it takes its toll on his own emotional well-beings.
Even though entangled in family issues, he goes to Nicolette's aid when she calls. She is the longtime love of his life.
Nicolette, widow of Rudy, Heath's best friend, is suspected of killing Rudy and is being blackmailed. In her efforts to save Rudy's reputation and save the charity he setup, she has put herself at risk. No longer able to cope with suspicious detectives and a blackmailer, Nicolette asks Heath for help.
Using his skills from law enforcement and his security business, he meticulously gathers information to catch the blackmailer and to find his best friend's killer.
Eclipsing all the problems, LOVE is bound and determined to be requited after oh so many years. The inner conflicts and love scenes create some tension-filled reading. Heath and Nicolette allow their love that has quietly abided for fifteen years to rule. With guilt banished, they warm up the snowy, cold of the Christmas season.
Alicia Dean does an amazing job of weaving together great secondary characters, foreshadowing, clues, and back-story while showcasing Heath and Nicolette's love story in splendid style. With mystery, suspense, a few surprises, and a lot of love--both familial and romantic--A Knight Before Christmas captivates.
Alicia Dean's writing style makes A Knight Before Christmas smooth, satisfying reading.
Originally posted at the Long And Short of It Romance Reviews