Six years they stole from me.
“The writing was poetic, the book read as a beautiful whole and unified piece, and is one of, heck, it IS René’s best compositions. There is no way you can read this book and be unmoved.” – Cat (The Reading Cat)
“A deeply emotional story and one not to be missed!” – Jennifer (Goodreads Reviewer)
“It’s an utterly intriguing story that I couldn’t put it down. I was hooked from the first chapter and until I read the very last page.” – Author, D.L. Gallie
Wow I’m kinda in shock. Totally not what I was expecting. It’s more…” – Paula (Goodreads Reviewer)
“My heart is overflowing with emotion after reading this exquisite story.” – Linda (Goodreads Reviewer)
“Oh this was not what I thought it was going to be…it was so much better and I loved it!! – MissPetiteBrunette
“Loved Bryce and Layla! Mystery, intrigue, slow burn and steam!!! So Good!!” – Amazon Review
“If you like romantic suspense THIS IS YOUR BOOK!” – FictionBeerandCupcakes
“…HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND TO ALL!” – The Power of Three Readers
As tempers flare and passions deepen, Greta and Jacob have to decide if their love is strong enough to shatter the cynicism and misconceptions of what it means to be each other’s fairytale ending.
“OMG!! This book is AMAZING!! The drama and turmoil the characters go through feel so real that you have to know what will happen next. Definitely, a must read!”
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Brooke Hartford isn’t your typical parole officer. With her attitude, and an endless number of unattractive pantsuits, she comes across as abrasive and unapproachable. Yet, hidden beneath her harsh day-to-day exterior is the body of a goddess and the heart of a woman searching for a good man.
As Cole tries to win her over, Brooke attempts to keep their relationship professional, only seeing the ex-con, not the man he has become. She doesn’t get involved with her parolees. Ever. No matter how attracted she might be. But Cole is determined to make her see the new and improved him.
How can Brooke risk everything on one of her parolees? Could Cole and the possibility of love be worth it?