Book Reviews of The Greatest Gift (Loveswept, No 518)

The Greatest Gift (Loveswept, No 518)
The Greatest Gift - Loveswept, No 518
Author: Patricia Potter
ISBN-13: 9780553441925
ISBN-10: 0553441922
Publication Date: 1/1992
Pages: 182
Rating:
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3.5 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Nice light read
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A Charming Rogue w/ Santa's Heart...

Davaid Farrar was a miracle worker to the small West Virginia town: a dedicated teacher who persuaded companies to donate presents so that everyone could celebrate Christmas. Ambitious reporter Lane Drury could only wonder what sort of man would choose to teach in a rural valley...until a snowy night & a slippery road landed her in a ditch w/ a broekn leg--and entangled her in David's protective arms! His eyes searched hers w/ an intensity that scroched, tenderness & desire warring w/ concern that her article would wound the town's pride. Lane resisted feeling helpless & dependent, but being held felt so good...she wanted David's hands on her everywhere! Raw hunger sparked between them, setting off an inferno of longing that began to sear away his old grief & her fear of needing anyone. She'd never belonged anywhere before, but could the magic of the season & a man who watched sunsets persuade Lane to believe in a forever kind of love?
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David is a dedicated teacher in a small West Virginia town. When ambitious reporter, Lane Drury's paper hears about his good deeds, Lane is sent to interview David. She thinks the story is lame and he doesn't want the publicity, but a snowy night and a slippery road leaves them stuck with each other. Raw hunger sparks between them, setting off an inferno of longing that began to sear away his old grief and her fear of needing anyone.