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April 5, Publication Date: But there is no future together between ex-con and preacher’s daughter or is there?
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He needs to find a place to live, acquire a piece of transportation, get a job and then take care of his only sibling, his siste Dinah McCall, aka Sharon Sala, is a hit djnah miss with me. Only to serve his time and go out into a world where few people are willing to look past what they think he is: She puts her faith in God and still trusts in love and mccqll belief that, no matter what, everything comes full circle.
A preacher’s daughter, she wants to believe there is good in everyone. The preacher comes to realize making snap judgements is not a fair way to judge a person, and finds himself re-evaluating his first impressions of Jackson. May 29, Saly rated it really liked it. She had a breakdown when their father was murdered and is living mostly in her mind in an assisted living home. This book made me cry a few times.
No one wants to hire an ex-con.
Is there anyone out there that is going to give him a chance? McCall has gone a bit too far idealizing the hero. As characters, they are simply plain, just like their relationship.
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Looking for an additional set of hands around the place, she’d taken out an ad in the newspaper. Even when both of them confess their feelings for each other, Jackson keeps a part of himself aloof.
Rated 4 Hard Life Stars I enjoyed this book, but also disliked parts of it. I love the way the hero is portrayed although sullen and ridiculed for who he is and what he was perceived to have done he doesn’t give up on life and keeps on going.
Some scenes were great. Jackson has been released from prison, and through a series of events finds a job working for Rebecca at her garden nursery. When he briefly meets Rebecca Hill, her truck is giving her trouble. His mouth moved from one pleasure to another until Rebecca lost all track of place and time.
Between assaults, fires, storms, health scares, and a miraculous recovery of his sisters sanity the only other thing that happened in the book was a whole lot of gardening.
But that outcome had left me a little disappointed. Even though Jackson could be a prick when he would push Rebecca away, I loved her fiery attitude and how she pushed him right back.
I have so many favorites by this author and I have just added one more. It seemed like it took the two forever to finally get together.
Always an optimist in the jacksom of bad times, she finds that many of the stories she writes come to her in dreams, but there’s nothing fanciful about her work. I like to think that a person should be given a clean slate in life.
I was surprised at how narrow-minded and judgmental Rebecca’s reverend father was. Don’t have a Kindle? Unfortunately, that’s harder than it seems. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
Pete, amigo de la familia y padre subrogado de Rebecca que trabaja con ella y con Jackson. His number one concern is his sister.