Recommended by Jean

I just love Alexandria Sure! In the prequel to this book, In the Pursuit of Charity, we met Alexis, a heroine who I found super easy to relate to because the demons in her head are demons that I battle myself. In Credence Woods her story continues, and we see how she has fought back against those demons to become a successful career woman. Watching her learn to make time for love, and learn how to trust Max with her heart, is a beautiful story which brought tears to my eyes. And Max is a super hot, southern gentleman who will be added to your book boyfriend list without hesitation! Read this one today, and you will not be sorry!!!

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He grabbed the back of her head and tugged down. Kennedy's mouth fell open and her back arched. Taking it as an invitation, Max gently sucked her right nipple into his mouth.

One moan later, Max had pressed his city girl against her fancy fridge. A quick tug of her hair prompted Kennedy to do her own bit of tugging on his belt.

Max was all eyes as she rolled her hips, ran her hand over her legs and arms, and dropped to the floor into splits, only to crawl toward the man in front of her.

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Weight loss surgery ... check
Successful career ... check
Love … who has time for that?
Kennedy Hewson is absorbed with work. She hasn’t had a vacation in forever. Thanks to a streak of record sales, she’s been able to purchase a spectacular high-rise condo in downtown Chicago and acquire a boutique-sized collection of fabulous high heels. While on location for work, and quite unexpectedly, Kennedy finds serenity with an unexpected person in an unexpected place, Credence Woods. Can she give up everything she’s worked so hard for, or will she say goodbye to Tennessee and the stranger who made her feel a sense of β€˜home’ for the very first time? Sometimes, you don’t know you’re missing something until you find it.

ASIN: B07HHLC84V

ISBN: 0999100416

Jean is a stay at home, homeschooling mom of teenage twins. She has been reading romance since high school as an everyday mini vacation. Her favorite romance book of all time is The Princess Bride. (Don’t ever watch the movie with her unless you can quote the whole thing.)

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