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Publisher's Summary

Award-winning author Brenda Jackson is no stranger to The New York Times and USA Today best seller lists.

Feeling the Heat stars rugged Dr. Micah Westmoreland, a man doing his all to regain the trust and love of Kalina Daniels. Their romance broke off because of a perceived betrayal, which Kalina has never forgiven. Now Micah is determined to right this past wrong and be the man Kalina deserves.

©2012 Brenda Streater Jackson (P)2012 Recorded Books

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Okay

This was a short book. Good thing. I did not feel the author developed the characters as well as she could have. I usually love anything about the Westmorelands but this one fell sort of flat. It was not a total bust. I enjoyed it some, but it was not the excitement I usually get with her books. It was predictable. I am okay with that- I realize it is a romance book. If I wanted suspense and lots of drama, I wouldn't read her books. It was not totally disappointing, but it did not hit the mark. I feel it would have been much better had she bridged the two sides of the Westmorelands and developed the main characters more. All in all, this will not keep me from continuing to buy and listen/read her books. I hope she keeps the saga of the Westmorelands alive.

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  • SHIRLEY
  • Richmond, VA, United States
  • 07-23-12

Okay

This was a short book. Good thing. I did not feel the author developed the characters as well as she could have. I usually love anything about the Westmorelands but this one fell sort of flat. It was not a total bust. I enjoyed it some, but it was not the excitement I usually get with her books. It was predictable. I am okay with that- I realize it is a romance book. If I wanted suspense and lots of drama, I wouldn't read her books. It was not totally disappointing, but it did not hit the mark. I feel it would have been much better had she bridged the two sides of the Westmorelands and developed the main characters more. All in all, this will not keep me from continuing to buy and listen/read her books. I hope she keeps the saga of the Westmorelands alive.

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  • pdupree
  • fort meade, MD, United States
  • 10-04-12

it was pretty good

Would you listen to Feeling the Heat again? Why?

yes i would, its not like any of her other books it wasn't as detailed, she really went into detail about the lead people.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Micha, he never gave up on how he felt

Have you listened to any of Avery Glymph’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

no i never heard from avery, he did a very good job and i would listen to him again

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

when she got hit by the car and he thought he lost her

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  • J. E. Johnson
  • 05-04-17

Great story

I really enjoyed the story. Micah and Kali was drought with lots of set backs but it was wonderful to see them get back together.