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Show Me the Way (Fight for Me) (Volume 1) Paperback – September 6, 2017
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About the Author
A.L. Jackson is the New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author of contemporary romance. She writes emotional, sexy, heart-filled stories about boys who usually like to be a little bit bad. Her bestselling series include THE REGRET SERIES, CLOSER TO YOU, and BLEEDING STARS novels. Watch for A.L. Jackson’s upcoming novel, SHOW ME THE WAY, the first stand-alone novel in her brand new FIGHT FOR ME SERIES. If she’s not writing, you can find her hanging out by the pool with her family, sipping cocktails with her friends, or of course with her nose buried in a book. Be sure not to miss new releases and sales from A.L. Jackson - Sign up to receive her newsletter http://smarturl.it/NewsFromALJackson or text “aljackson” to 24587 to receive short but sweet updates on all the important news.
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The characters are lacking any depth. Listening to someone say I don’t deserve love, blah blah blah! Ugh!!! The story is just way too coincidental and unbelievable.
It took me a minute to connect with these characters. They both played everything so close to the vest, in terms of their pasts and the parts of them that had been damaged, that it was hard to understand exactly what their motivations were for their actions. Once they finally started to peel back the layers and expose themselves to one another I found them both much more relatable and likable. The one character who was immediately lovable was Frankie Leigh, that girl was something else and seeing her find her joy and a whole family was worth any of the other things that happened in the book.
The plot of this book was many-faceted and beautifully layered. There were some things that were predictable, but the way they were uncovered was interesting. I loved all of the scenes with little Frankie Leigh, she just stole every inch of the spotlight when she was included. It was obvious from nearly the beginning the three of them were something amazing and whole when they were all together.
My wish for this book was that there weren’t so many dropped pronouns. I know this is a signature move for AL Jackson, almost all her heroes drop pronouns, but I feel like it’s becoming overdone. I’ve never spoken to anyone who drops pronouns as often as these characters do, so to have every male character do it feels strange.
I usually love AL Jackson's writing, and for the most part, I feel the same about the writing in Show Me the Way. Rynna’s chapters, in particular, were spectacular. Rex’s chapters were a harder pill for me to swallow. While they were very much in AL Jackson’s style for male voice, it’s starting to feel like all those male voices are carbon copies of each other.
Welcome to Gingham Lakes, Alabama… where single father, Rex Gunner, lives with his young daughter, Frankie Leigh. Having built a successful construction company in this quaint little city, Rex works hard to be the best dad he can be to his precocious and energetic little girl. But Rex is tormented by the ghosts of his past, determined to keep a safe haven around himself and Frankie Leigh. Refusing to allow any woman to wreak havoc in their lives, Rex closes himself off, causing him to act gruff, antagonistic, and unyielding. He’s also hot as hell!!
It’s been eleven years since Rynna Dayne stepped foot in Gingham Lakes. Eleven years since she fled her home and left behind the grandmother that loved her dearly. Now, with her grandmother’s recent passing, Rynna finally returns home. Set in her resolve to keep her grandmother’s legacy alive, Rynna is determined to reopen Pepper’s Pies—the diner that closed under financial hardship but that had once held a special place within the community, as well as Rynna’s heart.
The last thing Rex needs is a sexy new neighbor wanting to be friends. But that’s exactly what he gets when Rynna Dayne moves into her grandmother’s vacant house across the street. Between Rex’s surly disposition and Rynna’s sweet demeanor, the buildup to this couple’s relationship is quite volatile. But there’s no denying that the sexual energy between them is like a force of nature--fierce, urgent and highly combustible! And so, little by little, Rex Gunner stole pieces of my heart. Now, I refuse to take them back. Because Rex Gunner with a serving of cherry pie? Now THAT’S what fantasies are made of!!!!
“Show Me the Way” is so much more than your typical romance. It's a masterful journey well worth traveling—one where secrets abound amongst a web of intrigue, some of which have yet to be explored. Perhaps in Kale and Ollie's stories still to come? I guess we'll just have to wait and see. Until, then, lose yourself in Rex & Rynna’s story. Because theirs is what romance is all about.
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I had high hopes for this series, but sadly I found Show me the way to be over the top childish!Read more