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Rafe's Redemption Paperback – February 3, 2011
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There's little story to the book, and unless you really are into this reading for the raunchy scenes, I wouldn't recommend it.
But this book, Rafe's Redemption, redeemed the romance genre for me. Rafe is the hero, obviously, and, yes, he's emotionally wounded, but if he's harsh, he apologizes for it. And, yes, Maggie is a virgin, but she's not stupid, and although Rafe seems at first to save her from a bad situation, it is Maggie, in the end, who saves Rafe. And--and!--it's understandable why Rafe is the way he is. He's a Civil War vet, and I've read some of the other reviews here, but I've actually been around a lot of vets. Some men seem to be okay if they have been forced to kill another human being, and some others are not okay. Even in kill or be killed situations, these men feel a lot of guilt, and it's such a relief to finally read from an author who gets that. Yes, I want to read my romances as an escape, but I'm so tired of romance writers escaping from basic human psychology that it stereotypes men as too cold and distant, and women as bumbling fools, who love the men enough to crack a little warmth into their heartless condition. That only perpetuates abuse, and I'm sick it!
Thank you, Ms. Jakes, for writing something that I can actually enjoy, but not only am I a huge fan of yours now, but thanks to you I just might try another romance . . . maybe. But for sure, I'll look for more of your books.
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