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Falling for the Cop (True Blue) Mass Market Paperback – March 7, 2017
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With resentment against her constantly-calling mother and other aspects of her backstory, Natalie wants nothing to do with Shane, except that she can't keep him out of those erotic dreams she now enjoys. When he, though knowing nothing about basketball, volunteers to be her assistant coach to a youth basketball team of kids in wheelchairs, the kids are all for it. She? Not so much, but when the kids respond to him so positively, she has no choice but to allow him to "help" her. And help he does, even as she challenges him to stop hesitating about getting out of the chair during their PT sessions to learn to walk again. After all, the docs have said nothing is preventing him from doing so.
In spite of their respective hesitations about moving their relationship forward, things begin to go swimmingly until Natalie's mother takes a turn for the worse and she blames Shane. How can they really get together if she doesn't trust him and won't let him forget it? How can he show her that he's changed and isn't the skirt-chaser he was before being shot? The scene where redemption--for each of them--occurs is a tear-jerker, but well worth experiencing.