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by Dinah McCall, Sharon Sala
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Lyndi rated it 2 years ago
Took me a while to get this, but it was worth the wait. I'd have given it 5 stars had there been a little suspense and less repetition. How many lives can Jackson save in one book? Oh, like...seven. How many times can Rebecca almost be raped? How many times can Daniel look at Jackson with distrust? ...
Dawn772 rated it 3 years ago
A very intense story with a powerful ending. I particularly liked the open-minded heroine and the hero's philanthropic activities but the romance avoidance got repetitive in the first half of the book. Jackson is trying to find a job after spending half his life in prison for murdering his father an...
BUGGY rated it 5 years ago
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 ...
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Books are like Air ... rated it 7 years ago
Sharon Sala or Dinah McCall used to be one of the authors I read, so actually think I've read this book before. And, I had forgotten about this author, so am glad I was able to reconnect.What I like about this author is her weaving of Christian values throughout her stories, without getting "preach...
JennieBasset rated it 7 years ago
Another filler book to clear my mind. This one was extremely cliched.
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Res Amatoria rated it 7 years ago
Come on, even less! The right measure here is completely unknown.
tishke rated it 7 years ago
Brilliant! A true rare find. I'm not a contemporary romance reader, so I was really venturing out. I found Jackson to be an unequivocally remarkable character. He has spent the better half of his life in a Louisiana State Prison for killing his abusive father. He was committed and put in the peniten...
salythereader rated it 7 years ago
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 h...
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Ridley's Reign of Terror rated it 8 years ago
This was a disappointing read for me. I had been super excited to read it based on the unusual pairing of a preacher's daughter and an ex-con, but as I was reading it I could swear I heard the story's squeaky little voice begging to be heard from under a mountain of plot and bland telling.Andrew Jac...
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Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 8 years ago
If you are looking to read a book with a hero who has really, really gotten a bad break in life, look no further! Poor Jackson. He went to prison for fifteen years. He was sixteen years old. I cannot imagine how that must have been. Only to serve his time and go out into a world where few people...
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