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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Heartsong Presents - Contemporary
A Truly Yours Digital Edition. . .Lexis life really isnt that glamorous. As a famous model, Alexandria Eastridge seems to have it all, but it took more than hard work for her to make it in the modeling world. Lexi has given up her body, her morals, and her heart. Will fleeing LA and going home to her grandparents in Lake Tahoe help her find her true self again? Fireman Cody Cooper has never met Lexi, but hes pretty sure hes in love with her. As hes grown close to his elderly neighbors, hes learned all about their beloved granddaughter. How could he help but fall for the beautiful Christian girl they describe? Surely the tabloid stories about her are just sensationalism. But once Cody actually meets Lexi, he begins to think the tabloids might be true. Then an arsonist strikes his peaceful community and all evidence points to Lexi. What was Cody ever thinking falling for this girl?