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Chase moved to other side of Texas after a bitter divorce with Candace, his childhood sweetheart. At the new place, he fell in love with the pretty and fragile Baylee, and her son Dylan, only to find she's actually homeless, and he took them in immediately. Baylee's ex, Blake, was in a gang, and he went to prison for 4 years instead of ratting out his gang, and Baylee cut contact, so Blake didn't even know he had a son. Blake's parents, however, knew, and tried to force Baylee to give up custody. When she refused, they called child protective services on her. Chase offered Baylee a solution: marry him, and settle in his home permanently... Which will leave CPS nothing to talk about. But even as that problem is solved, Baylee's ex Blake escaped from prison and kidnaped Dylan...
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I am surprised that head of a trucking firm would not know that parolees are not supposed to leave the state. But when reminded of this fact, that was quickly rectified. All in all it's a fun read.
The plot and story line, I thought was great. I liked Shane but not so much Baylee’s character. I felt that as a single mom, who went through a lot, she would act a little more grown up and be a stronger character. Some of the dialogue could pass off like someone was speaking to a child instead of a woman, but maybe that was part of the character development. Perhaps the author wanted Baylee to come across as a fragile dependent person, who doesn’t know how to be independent…
I did love the plot and the background, and it was quite steamy which is a bonus. A simple, entertaining read that demonstrates the common struggles/hiccups many go through in life. Not to give up hope, because it all comes out in the wash in the end. 4.5 Stars