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He's No Saint: A women's fiction romance of forbidden love Kindle Edition
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I will admit when reading the synopsis I was a bit miffed about how this type of storyline could be pulled off. Never fear though AJ found a way and succeeded. The only part I didn't really like was the shocking tear jerker ending. BUT it didn't ruin it for me.
AJ is an amazing and talented author who never fails to deliver and with He's No Saint she just continued to prove that. Congrats and well done. Can't wait for her next book.
The woman Tyler loves is ripped from him in a tragic crime. He is so affected by it, that he joins the priesthood in order to never feel that hurt again. He assumes the name Father Hugh, and devotes himself to his parish. He has a standing appointment with Kit twice a week to help ‘clear his mind’. Unfortunately, Kit wants him to leave the church for her and Father Hugh tells her that will never happen. He blames himself for the tragic way that Melanie was taken from him and the fact her killer was never found eats at him.
Amy joined the convent after her father’s death. She has not had great relationships in the past so she feels giving her life to the church is what she needs to do in order to keep her from experiencing more hurt. She assumes the identity of Sister Meredith and starts over.
Father Hugh’s days are filled with an underlying longing for something else……enter Sister Meredith and his days are suddenly brighter and happier. She is the aspect missing from his life. From their initial meeting, their feelings for one another are evident. They reacted to one another unlike anyone they’d ever met before.
Sister Meredith is terrified of her feelings toward Father Hugh and doesn’t want to be the reason he would leave the church. She doesn’t know he’s been wanting a new start for a while himself. Father Hugh believes that Sister Meredith was sent to him straight from God through a divine intervention. He is unwilling to let her get away without a fight.
As life goes, there are obstacles that try and prevent him from happiness, namely Kit, who’s unhappy he has chosen Amy over her and takes matters into her own hands. She tries to destroy any chance of a relationship Tyler and Amy are building. Will Tyler rescue Amy or will he lose her like he lost Melanie or will he lose her just like he did Melanie.
This book had me in tears at the end. There is a HEA, but not in the way you would think. After everything Amy & Tyler go through, to have the story end the way it does, was hard. There’s hope and then my heart was ripped to shreds, but the ending is perfect! This book was magnificent and AJ is brilliant. Don’t waste time, go one click He’s No Saint not and find out what I’m saying for yourself. AMAZING!!! Can’t wait for her next book!
The book follows the story of Father Hugh (Tyler) and Sister Meredith (Amy). When they meet each other, you can feel the sparks flying off the e-reader. Since their love is forbidden, with their vows, they both have some hard decisions to make. Without giving too much away, they end up together but face some crazy obstacles in their way (with the help of some shady characters from Tyler's past.) Then there is the big moment at the end. WOW! I didn't see that coming! I enjoyed the final twist we were given though I feel that some may not.
This was another stellar performance from AJ. There was a good amount of sweetness, mystery and surprise.