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I didn’t want to put it down! One faithful reader has crowned her the jackzon of Romance,” while others claim she’s a magician with words. Will she give her heart a chance to discover all of his hidden depths? No forgiveness or turning the other cheek, he twisted his words to suit his anger toward his daughter’s developing relationship. One person found this helpful. I wanted to slap Rebecca’s father upside the head!
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He does push her away quite a bit, but it is hard for him to let someone so pure love a man like him – a murderer, a killer. She claims that, for her, learning to read was a matter of evolution, but learning to write and then being published was a revolution.
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 others. She has a feeling there’s more to the story than what he’s telling. I loved Jackson, convicted of murdering his abusive father and vigorous in his assertion that he was glad he killed him and would do it again a hundred times.
Jackson Rule by Dinah McCall
He buys an old Harley from a junk shop and sets out to find himself a job. She is a proud owner of green house- her striving business. But it was too late. What McCall failed to do was make her idea for a story come to life.
An awes This is still one of my all time favorite DM books Gosh, I wished for more too! But it only made me dislike many of the characters even more.
Jackson would do anything to help her regain her life back. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Jackson, just freed from the jail where he stayed for the murder he committed.
Jackson’s goodness is displayed by saving Rebecca from two bizarre near-rapes, performing CPR on his co-worker, romping with a homeless shelter full of woefully undeveloped plot moppets and so on and so forth.
Oct 26, Iraida rated it liked it Shelves: She is the only person to really give him a chance and Jackson doesn’t know how to deal with that. McCall has gone a bit too far idealizing the hero. Convicted at the age of 15 he lost his youth inside the walls of Angola State Pen. View all 8 comments. I enjoyed that the romance built slowly between these two. I was surprised at how narrow-minded and judgmental Rebecca’s reverend father was. Jacksno book was not perfect but it did not matter to me as such I have had a difficult childhood and rooted for him and his sister – I could identify with them and it was so uplifting that it made an impact on my life.
dinwh It felt like a total role reversal where the heroine is the one to make you swoon. In the end when the details of the past come out, it was painful to read. 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 sister Molly. Deep down, I’m an optimist, which is why I do like feel good romances disguised as deeply angsty and sad romances with deleriously happy endings.
Jackson knew what the preacher was like, so it felt like a breach in his characterization and a plot contrivance to involve Rebecca’s father in the story. Jackson really wants to see her but he is afraid seeing him will make her worse as he looks a lot like their abusive father.
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I don’t want If you are looking to read a book with a hero who has really, really gotten a bad break in life, look no further! A second book followed in and suffered a similar fate, but she claims the writing bug had bitten hard.
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. She needs help with her nursery. I love these types of stories. I was so bored for well over half the book.
Plus, it’s hard for me to believe how Rebecca and Clark had no objections about working with a killer – no matter how good looking he is, normal people would be more sceptic, and I’m not ruel that ex-cons should always live in jail The memory of his fifteenth birthday and an older and obliging woman who’d lived in a trailer near theirs came swiftly, along with the lessons she had taught him.
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