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He was everyone’s hero, which I found charming at first and then 3. View all 8 comments. It’s that great love story dinwh opposites attract, or good girl meets and falls for bad boy. What threatened to undo her was the sheer burning desire she felt in his presence, and the sinking feeling that her heart would be jadkson captive forever.
She had a breakdown when their father was murdered and is living mostly in her mind in an assisted living home. 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. Yet still is seen as the bad guy even when he asked the preachers help rlue preacher is still suspicious and looking for angles.
When I read this book when it first was issued inby the end of chapter one, Nccall knew this book would win awards for the year and it did. 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 past.
What threatened to undo her was the sheer burning desire she felt in his presence, and the sinking feeling that her heart dule be his captive forever. 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.
It was my first read by this author and made this author go on my auto-buy list. View all 3 comments. It seemed like it took the two forever to finally get together. Actually, I give this 3. He buys an old Harley from a junk shop and sets out to find himself a job. It just need a little more A preacher’s daughter, she wants to believe there is good in everyone.
A second book followed in and suffered a similar fate, but she claims the writing bug had bitten hard. And we also have Jackson’s mxcall, Molly, who could have been a fantastic character but has ended up being a cardboard one Her father the preacher however is another matter entirely. She invested us in the kid and then you just get a minor passing comment from the reverend later.
I would have to say this is one of my favorite books of all time. Lists with This Book. True, Jackson Rule had paid his debt to society, and was a hard, honest worker. McCall interjects another element.
The review of this Book prepared by Lucille Sims. It also brought out the horrors of child abuse and just how evil some parents can be toward their children; it broke my heart. And then we have the secondary characters: Its the message behind this book that got to me and i took it in to my heart At least the heroine took none of his crap. Jackson’s selfless attitude throughout the whole book just made you want to cry and hug him repeatedly. The cynical reader would probably find Jackson’s continued shows of goodness a bit too much.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed. No one until Rebecca, that is. Thank you for your feedback. Double standards here, right? 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. Rebecca Hill is a preacher’s daughter and Jackson Rule is a convicted killer. Jackson, just freed from the jail where he stayed for the murder he committed.
Jackson Rule by Dinah McCall
View all 16 comments. Her father, the preacher, is appalled, and cautions her about hiring and working with Jackson.
But still, I did enjoy it. One faithful reader has crowned her the “Reba of Romance,” while others claim she’s a magician with words. He lowered his lips and she forgot to move. But for him to continue for months and months. Published May 23rd by HarperTorch first published For the most part, I enjoyed the book and found myself flipping through the pages towards the finish, and was left feeling good!
Just outside the city, Rebecca Hill runs a garden shop and nursery, with her father’s friend as her lone employee. We first meet Andrew Jackson Rule as he exited doors of a maximum security prison where he spent 15 years for killing his father.
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Pete, amigo de la familia y padre subrogado de Rebecca que trabaja con ella y con Jackson. It was jacksonn impossible situation, and Jackson knew it. But, I will say that I think a person who serves their time and is willing to live an honest life, should get the opportunity to do so.
I kept the original print issue but the print now is too small for mccalp and I was thrilled of the cost of this book and bought it to reread again.