Reclaim (A Redemption Novel) by Marley Valentine
Unlike most eighteen-year-olds, I had the weight of the world on my young shoulders. Desperate to do right by my family, my questionable choices led me to the pits of hell.
Steel bars, three meals a day and no contact with the outside world; regret consumed my every thought. Desperate to pay my penance, forgiveness and a happily ever after wasn’t the plan.
But there she was.
Warm, passionate and unexpected, Emerson Lane was the light at the end of the tunnel. She was all a man like me could want and everything I didn’t deserve.
Redemption wasn’t something I thought I would ever find. Until she found me.
What I can tell you about this book. It was unexpected.
Prisoners deserve love too, I guess? The start of the book had me wondering what way we were going. Is he guilty? Is he not? WTF happened and does he deserve the love from Emerson? Was she really going to fall in love with her client, a prisoner that was charged as guilty?
Ah. So many questions.
And then the story started unfolding. So beautifully written and you couldn't help but feel for Jagger. And can I just say the name Jagger? The name alone did something to me. His brusqueness. His guilt. His emotion. His life outside of prison.
This one did a lot to me. And it's just the beginning...