Faith and Jude gave me all the feels with their romance. Normally I’m not a big fan of the heroine as a reporter because they can be written as too zealous for the story, but RC wrote Faith perfectly. She was loved by everyone and didn’t break the rules to get her stories. Her and Jude fit well together. Even though Jude had demons he was fighting, he was portrayed as a good man who helped others and loved deeply. This book makes you think about your life and how your interactions with friends, family, and strangers can affect anyone. It will make you smile and sigh at Faith and Jude’s romance, even with a big hurdle between them. I hope we get a story about a certain Texas cousin in the future because he brought a lightness to the story at the perfect time.
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"May I?" He's not simply asking permission to take off my jacket. He's asking me if this is okay, if I'm still on board. If this man hadn't already claimed my heart, it would be gift wrapped and presented to him with a bow by now.
Shivers of arousal wrack her body, and her writhing urges me on as I fest on her. I taste her deeply, laving her wet, heated flesh with my tongue and lips before I thrust my tongue deeper inside her pussy.
You were called the Good Samaritan by man because, although you couldn't see it at the time, everyone else could easily see the wonderful, giving, and good man you were and are.
The biggest story of her life is the one he wants to hide.
I’m homeless by choice.
I have no intention of returning to my former life after what I’ve done.
This—living among the filth and discarded remnants of others—is what I deserve.
As atonement for my sins, I give back; I help those who cannot help themselves. But it’s always under the guise of anonymity.
Newspaper headlines throughout the city are clamoring to discover my identity. Including the beautiful woman who manages to see through my “armor.”
She has the capability to put my entire life at risk.