Item description for Quenching the Fire by Kenya Lumpkin, Mykle Lee & April Shefield...
How close can lovers draw yet deny the fruits of rising desire? How far can romance bloom in midst of jealousy, envy, and greed? What keeps devotion blazing before raging hatred set to tear the flame apart? "Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot drive it away." Kenya Lumpkin, in her first authored novel, pens an enthralling read that testifies the strength of passion in the midst of sumptuous lures, and merciless intents of jealousy. This thrilling, romantic adventure of unyielding love will keep you breathless from page to page as you journey with Kyana Cel`on, David Mitchell, & Olivia Moore through chaotic triangles of obsession, enticement, and suspicion. Love is all they'll have when the flames subside. But will the bonds among them be called to ash in the heat of temptation and ordeal? Quenching the Fire grips with insatiable electricity and captivating fervor from start to finish. You will not want to put this one down!
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Studio: Leeway Artisans
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 1" Weight: 1.54 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Leeway Artisans
ISBN 0974492922 ISBN13 9780974492926
Availability 0 units.
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Quenching the Fire Jun 3, 2008
Save your money. Check this one out at the library then you will feel you only wasted your time instead of your time and money. This book was written as three stories. First Kyana's story, then David's story and then Olivia's story. They were all intermingled though David's story was too much of a repeat of the storyline in Kyana's chapters. This also should have been billed as a violent horror story instead of romantic suspense. Then, the typographical errors and poor editing really detracted from the book. Kyana's character was way too unbelievable and very naive. And two of her former boyfriends were murderers or would be murderers and stalkers. Just when one is captured another one surfaces. Then there was another boyfriend that strung her along in order to get to know, date, and later marry her cousin. Kyana's last boyfriend, David later fiancee fell in love with her after one chance meeting. He then spent months trying to get a date with her and convince her he really cared about her. And come on after two and half years they only kissed once. It is one thing to be celibate but no physical contact besides hand holding and a few chance hugs is quite a stretch of the imagination for 28 year olds. Poor Olivia had so many problems, trial and tribulations and hang ups that when she finally lands a decent man that relationship is even rocky. Don't look for happy endings in this book - you will be very disappointed because there were not any.