Blurb: What if she was wrong?
What if Brandon Abbott is not who he says he is?
Kimberly Cooper’s emotional compass has been off since her bitter divorce and the death of her oldest son, so when young soldier Brandon shows up at her door, she invites him to be part of her family’s life. He says he was friends with her deceased son…
But things don’t seem to add up.
And then, when she becomes sexually attracted to him, all bets are off.
When her heart trumps her brain, will she know if she was wrong or will she learn the truth after it’s too late?
(Please note: this book had the working title December Lust.)
Erica’s Thoughts: This is something completely different for Jade and she nailed it. I won’t lie I was a little scared, but that is because I love her writing…. In this book we meet Kimberly who is a single mom of two wonderful children. Her oldest child passed away in the line of duty. One day a when a random stranger comes knocking on her door claiming to be her deceased sons friend she feels she has no choice but to welcome him and get any information about her son out of him. As Kimberly and Brandon grow closer, they feel a connection that they can’t deny, so they take their relationship to another level. But like the blurb says things don’t add up. Kim starts to do some digging around when she believes she isn’t getting the entire truth. And what she finds will shock you……………………………. Brandon holds her heart in his hands and she never thought that would happen for her again. Now she is wondering if she made one of the biggest mistakes of her life by letting Brandon in. Together they are able to discover missing pieces, but is it enough to salvage their relationship…. Like I said before I love Jade’s books they are amazing! I don’t know what I would do without them in my life. This one is no different. Though the story is something completely new for her she Rocks it!!
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Unfortunately, there’s no one genre that quite fits her writing. Her work has been labeled romance, erotica, suspense, and women’s fiction, and the latter is probably the safest and closest description. But you’ll see that her writing doesn’t quite fit any of those genres.
You’ll have to discover Jade’s writing for yourself to decide if you like it.