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Twilight by [Heitzmann, Kristen]
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Heitzmann's Twilight brings two old lovers together in their hometown, little Montrose, Missouri. Cal Morrison, a nice fellow with small horizons, never left, settling on the job of fireman; Laurie Sutton, on the other hand, couldn't wait to leave and married a senator's son who was trying to become a big-league ballplayer. Now, she's back, divorced, and with two kids in tow; the question is whether she's ready to settle down. The answer isn't long in coming, though both Cal and Laurie ring true as small-town types with their careful, rather sad lives. John Mort
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Returning to her hometown was the last thing Laurie ever expected. But with two children in tow, she must begin anew... and face the life--and man--she turned her back on. Cal has been struggling with his own problems, but the arrival of Laurie brings new hope and meaning to his life. Can he push aside his feelings to simply be the friend she desperately needs? And when the dangers of her hidden past threaten, can Cal overcome the haunting memories of his own past failures to rescue the only woman he's ever loved?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 963 KB
  • Print Length: 356 pages
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (July 1 2002)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004BXA656
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,058 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cal Morrison used to be the best firefighter the town had ever seen. A horrible tragedy left him with a fear he couldn't shake. He continued working for the fire department in the capacity of inspector and educator. When his old girlfriend, Laurie Prelane, returns to town with two small children, Cal tries to pick up the relationship where they began but Laurie makes it clear she's not interested in him or his friendship.
Laurie thought marriage would give her everything she ever dreamed of. Riches, glamour and city life. She always hated the small town she grew up in. But life didn't turn out the way she planned. Now Laurie is determined to make it on her own for the sake of her children. She rents a house and takes a job as a waitress.
But danger followed her. When things start happening, Laurie turns to Cal for help since he's the only one she knows to call. Cal is quick to step in, even when helping Laurie forces him to face his greatest fear.
Twilight is the first book I've read by Kristen Heitzmann. It did take me a few chapters to get into the story but once I did I found the book hard to put down. This is a satisfying read and a story that you'll remember. I highly recommend this book.
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Cal and Laurie were meant for each other. From the time they met in high school, Laurie embodied everything Cal ever wanted in a woman - looks, personality, and she needed him.
For Laurie, Cal sent shivers up and down her spine by just walking into a room, but Laurie wanted more. Her parents had taught her that money and status made your dreams come true. Cal had neither so Laurie left the small town of Montrose, searching for what she thought would bring her happiness.
After Laurie left, Cal followed his dream of becoming a firefighter. He is the kind of guy everyone in Montrose turns to. Laurie had turned to him when her grandmother died while they were in high school. Ray, a friend with a mental disability, turns to Cal whenever he needs help with odd jobs.
Cal needs to be needed. He loves saving others, but in one fire, he can't. The little girl is killed only seconds before Cal can reach her. This experience forces Cal to see himself as a man and not a savior.
In the midst of Cal's turmoil, Laurie returns to Montrose with her two young children and more trouble than even she realizes. The husband she is leaving is involved with drugs.
Enraged at his behavior, Laurie dumps the drugs down the pool drain without his knowledge before running away with the kids. Like an old habit, she turns to Cal for emotional support, but she doesn't tell him about her husband or his involvement with cocaine.
Cal does all he can for Laurie and her two children, but he discovers only one thing can save Laurie and that's Jesus Christ, not Cal. Will Laurie find the answer?
Twilight not only explores the deep healing and spiritual journeys of Cal and Laurie.
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This book, the latest by Kristen Heitzmann, is sure to knock you off your feet! "Twilight" is a contemporary fiction of a firefighter Cal Morrison who is struggling with PTSD. When his old flame Laurie Prelane comes back to Montrose, Missouri with her two children, Cal is determined to prove his love to her and to be her friend. Laurie Prelane has problems of her own: She had married a man of wealth and prestige, a life she felt that could bring her anything she would want. But trouble with her "perfect" life with her husband, Brian had followed her to Montrose where she tries to do the best that she can for her kids, Luke and Maddie. Cal wants to help her but Laurie is no longer the woman he had known. His own problems may prevent him from being the hero that she would need. Will they both find the One that they need most of all? Great book. I heartily recommend to anyone who likes Dee Henderson's O'Malleys series and to read about a man driven to face his fear to save the woman he loves.
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This was the first book by Kristen Heitzmann that I have read and I thoroughly enjoyed the writers style and the depth of her characters. Even the "minor" characters were made real, and it was very easy to understand the way they related to one another. This book was great in sharing about the importance of fire safety; and the incredible pain and trauma of PTSD. It was also passionate about the need for relationship with God; and filled with the revelation of growth and knowledge of what "real love" is about and the need to know who we are in Christ. I hope many will read this book and enjoy!
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