Book Review: Breath of Dawn by Kristin Heitzmann

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Kristin Heitzmann has done it again.  She has created an impossible-to-put-down novel with characters that are likable and real.  They have suffered and sometimes want to give up.  But like all of us, something keeps them going.

In Breath of Dawn, the two main characters are both wounded and in some ways, hiding.  When they meet they aren’t looking for love, or even friendship.  They both have fascinating jobs.  Quinn sorts, sells, and disposes of belongings left after someone dies.  Families are often too busy, too emotional and are grateful to have her handle those details.  Morgan does something similar on a much larger scale.  He goes into corporations and sorts out the problems from the assets and fixes their problems.

Breath of Dawn also has a threatening “bad guy” and even a potential haunting.  The story behind the home Quinn is working in is an interesting sub-plot.

About the Author

Kristen Heitzmann’s gift of crafting stories has ranked her as the award-winning and best-selling author of two historical series and twelve contemporary, psychological and romantic suspense novels including Indivisible. As an artist and musician, Kristen lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her husband and a continuous stream of extended family, various pets, and wildlife.

Visit the author’s website.

Kristin Heitzmann is one of my favorite authors and “Breath of Dawn” is another winner!


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