The Breath of Dawn

I am a fan of Kristen Heitzmann and have been for some time.  The Breath of Dawn introduces Quinn Reilly, an estate buyer and e-bay trader.  Quinn finds herself settling in Juniper Falls and making friends, but just when she thinks this could be home, her past catches up to her in a dangerous way.  Morgan Spencer, professional problem solver takes interest in Quinn and offers an unorthodox solution.  They are soon put to the test as both Quinn and Morgan have to face their pasts in order to move forward.

 I was familiar with a couple of the characters from years ago when I read A Rush of Wings and The Still of the Night.  It was fun to get reaquainted.  The new characters blended perfectly, and both main and secondary characters were well-created.  The story was long, but fast-paced.  Truthfully, I felt that the supernatural aspect added little to the overall story and could have been left out; however, I did really enjoy the book.  Sweet relationships coupled with the danger and drama created beautiful and satisfying character development and growth.  The book kept me quite engaged, and I carried my kindle around with me everywhere until I finished it!  I would definitely recommend this book as well as this author! 

Kristen Heitzmann is the bestselling author of over a dozen novels, including "Freefall", "Halos", "A Rush of Wings", and the Christy Award winner "Secrets".  She and her husband, Jim, and their family live in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she serves as worship leader in their church. 

I did receive a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.  

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