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Oo far True Jackson Rule had paid his debt to society and was a hard honest worker What threatened to undo her was the sheer burning desire she felt in his presence and the sinking feeling that her heart would be his captive foreve This is still one of my all time favorite DM booksevah I read and re read this book so many times I had to go buy another copy Jackson is an ex con looking for a job Is there anyone out there that is going to give him a chance? A preacher's daughter decides that everybody needs a second chance Once she begins working with this silent dark eyed taciturn man she realizes there is here than meets the eye Will she give her heart a chance to discover all of his hidden depths? An awesome story that gets better with age

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SHE OFFERED HIM A SECOND CHANCEJackson Rule had spent nearly half his life behind bars for murder Now he was starting over or trying to Once he laid hungry eyes on his new employer though his resolve to lead a simple solitary life Opening Line “The urge to run was overwhelming But Andrew Jackson had not survived the last fifteen years in a maximum security prison by running so he walked through the last set of locked gates leading to the outside world”Now I know this is a favourite read for many people and I really wanted to love it Based on reviews I expected to love it and I did fall pretty hard for the hero Jackson but due to the high cheese factor and melodramatics of the heroine I can only give it 3 starsThe story was good enough I mean convicted murderer and preachers daughter hooking up okay you’ve got my attention sounds intriguing And the hero was kinda awesome; all emotionally tortured and misunderstood riding around on his Harley looking sexy and just wanting to be loved But the heroine jeez she drove me crazy with her gasping feinting sobbing and over the top tantrums How do these TSTL women keep getting all the great guys? Yes the melodramatics were high here which was too bad Ultimately I could have overlooked those moments but then we also had the stilted and phony dialogue to contend with I mean who talks like this “When she tried the lights she found to her dismay that they didn't work “Pooh she said really Pooh? but she wasn't afraid of the dark She knew this place like the back of her handAnd the love scenes I actually eye rolled and cringed my way through those because of the clichéd sappiness The room was dark but they didn't need light to see with their hearts “Their dance was timeless and yet for them all too new”Part of my problem may have stemmed from the fact that I went into this expecting a somewhat darker read Where I got that idea I’m not entirely sure the back blurb? but this is definitely not dark some of the themes sure but not the writingJackson Rule has just been released from prison after serving a fifteen year sentence for manslaughter Convicted at the age of 15 he lost his youth inside the walls of Angola State Pen Now at 31 Jackson has a lot of catching up to do but society doesn’t give many breaks to an ex con and in the first few chapters we watch as he frustratingly tries to reconnect with his sister and build a life for himself Getting a job proves the hardest especially without a driver’s license and it’s just dumb luck that sees him filling out an application at Rebecca Hill’s nursery For some reason she see’s something in him others don’t and is willing to look beyond his past mistakes After all he’s done his time Her father the preacher however is another matter entirely Of course the sparks fly between our couple Rebecca knows that Jackson is a good man –probably because he keeps rescuing people from burning buildings from would be rapists from heart attacks but Jackson is emotionally scarred from the violence in his past and tries to keep his distance feeling that his reputation would ruin Rebecca Really though it’s just a matter of time Lots of readers love this story so don’t take my word for it this isn’t a bad book and Jackson is worth putting up with a silly heroine and some corny dialogue for Cheers303jb3

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Deserted him replaced by yearnings for fierce forbidden passion WHAT COULD HE GIVE HER BUT TROUBLEPreacher's daughter Rebecca Hill was raised to give folks the benefit of the doubt though maybe this time she'd taken charity a bit t Jackson Rule has been released from prison after 15 years He went in as a 16 year old boy and has spent his youth inside but he has no regrets Prison released him and his sister from a horrific father and it was worth the price The only thing he wants now is never to lose his freedom and to see his sister Molly who has spent her time in a hospice with no comprehension of her pastHe finds a place to live and a bike but finding a job with his ex con status is difficult Rebecca is a preacher's daughter who runs a nursery She does things her way and loves her father but hates his interfering waysShe gives Jackson a job and slowly over time they both develop feelings for each other but Jackson's time in prison has changed him he is pretty closed off does his job and leaves but that starts changing Jackson tries to put distance between himself and Rebecca by calling her mam and avoiding her since he knows her father doesn't approve of him and so will the othersRebecca is very accepting of Jackson despite not knowing his past fully She calls out her father on his hypocrisy Seeing Jackson save a child like himself and work at a shelter was a joy Even when both of them confess their feelings for each other Jackson keeps a part of himself aloofIn the end when the details of the past come out it was painful to readI really loved the book Breakfast In Bed ex con status is difficult Rebecca is a preacher's daughter who runs a nursery She does things her way and loves her father but hates his interfering waysShe gives Jackson a job and slowly over time they both develop feelings for Moranthology each other but Jackson's time in prison has changed him he is pretty closed off does his job and leaves but that starts changing Jackson tries to put distance between himself and Rebecca by calling her mam and avoiding her since he knows her father doesn't approve of him and so will the othersRebecca is very accepting of Jackson despite not knowing his past fully She calls out her father on his hypocrisy Seeing Jackson save a child like himself and work at a shelter was a joy Even when both of them confess their feelings for Let's Go (So We Can Get Back): A Memoir of Recording and Discording with Wilco, Etc. each other Jackson keeps a part of himself aloofIn the The True Colors of Caitlynne Jackson end when the details of the past come out it was painful to readI really loved the book

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