Winter's Kisses
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Winter's Kisses

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Winter Allison Reeves who was a tom boy during her juvenile years matured into a beautiful young lady with voluptuous curves, smooth caramel complexion, a wisp of feminine grace and a cunning glow of beauty. She captivated the eyes of the beholders, and without effort, swept susceptible men off their feet. Aaron Dean Newton was the epitome of good looks, the walking dreams...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Pink Peach Publishing
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This book caught my attention from the beginning. Stories about love are always of interest when they are so closely related to life as we, the readers, know it. No details of the characters lives were left out. I did not have to wonder about anything as there were no gaps.The storyline flowed smoothly with just enough twists and turns to make for a great read. I also noticed the detail which the author used to describe the area (s) in which this story took place. I highly recommend this book to...more
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"Winter's Kisses" is a book that shows how people can truly love each other but can also hurt each other. When a couple vows before God to love and respect each other, they expect that these vows will be until death. Nevertheless, sometimes, the inevitable will happen. Aaron and Winter, even after their infidelity, were blessed and restored by God. This book also demonstrates the importance of God in our lives regardless of our socioeconomic status.
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