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The only thing worse than living in a town where everyone hates you is having to work for the man who broke your heart. Redemption, Tennessee held nothing but painful memories that Lark Ashton had no desire to rehash. After the only man she’s ever loved crush her soul and spirit, and all her friends turned their backs on her, she swore to herself she’d never go back. But wh The only thing worse than living in a town where everyone hates you is having to work for the man who broke your heart. Redemption, Tennessee held nothing but painful memories that Lark Ashton had no desire to rehash. After the only man she’s ever loved crush her soul and spirit, and all her friends turned their backs on her, she swore to herself she’d never go back. But when her aunt calls, asking a favor she can’t possibly refuse, Lark finds herself public enemy number one . . . again. Clay Morrison has spent seven years trying to convince himself he’s no longer in love with Lark Ashton. But when the woman he thinks betrayed him and his family returns, she brings with her a whole slew of feelings he’s worked hard to ignore. Now he can’t get the bane of his existence out of his head. She’s in desperate need of a job. He can’t resist the chance to have her at his mercy. And they’re both about to discover what happens when the most intense passion they've ever felt is with a person they hate. 


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The only thing worse than living in a town where everyone hates you is having to work for the man who broke your heart. Redemption, Tennessee held nothing but painful memories that Lark Ashton had no desire to rehash. After the only man she’s ever loved crush her soul and spirit, and all her friends turned their backs on her, she swore to herself she’d never go back. But wh The only thing worse than living in a town where everyone hates you is having to work for the man who broke your heart. Redemption, Tennessee held nothing but painful memories that Lark Ashton had no desire to rehash. After the only man she’s ever loved crush her soul and spirit, and all her friends turned their backs on her, she swore to herself she’d never go back. But when her aunt calls, asking a favor she can’t possibly refuse, Lark finds herself public enemy number one . . . again. Clay Morrison has spent seven years trying to convince himself he’s no longer in love with Lark Ashton. But when the woman he thinks betrayed him and his family returns, she brings with her a whole slew of feelings he’s worked hard to ignore. Now he can’t get the bane of his existence out of his head. She’s in desperate need of a job. He can’t resist the chance to have her at his mercy. And they’re both about to discover what happens when the most intense passion they've ever felt is with a person they hate. 

30 review for Guilty Pleasure

  1. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Always the nemesis in this authors dumb books. For once I would like to see the heroine sleep with the heros nemesis, but noooo she prob just gets bad sex while he had his fun. This author is so sexist, borderline misogynist by how pathetic her heroines usually are. Always the woman who gets punished and tortured for lies the hero chooses to believe, while he never suffers for believing them, no he gets sex and success.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mahima

    ❤️EVERY FREAKING STAR for this FABULOUS story❤️ It's a record, I've found one of the best books of this year so far by reading the consecutive books by the same author!! The previous Jessica Prince book I read and loved was 'One Knight stand'. I never thought the next one 'Guilty Pleasure ' will be this amazing ❤️ Fantabulous : ◾ Characters ◾ Storyline ◾Side characters ◾Angst ◾ Chemistry ◾ EVERYTHING!! I'm in love with the relationship Lark and Clay share. Believe me they're true soulmates!! Though Clay ❤️EVERY FREAKING STAR for this FABULOUS story❤️ It's a record, I've found one of the best books of this year so far by reading the consecutive books by the same author!! The previous Jessica Prince book I read and loved was 'One Knight stand'. I never thought the next one 'Guilty Pleasure ' will be this amazing ❤️ Fantabulous : ◾ Characters ◾ Storyline ◾Side characters ◾Angst ◾ Chemistry ◾ EVERYTHING!! I'm in love with the relationship Lark and Clay share. Believe me they're true soulmates!! Though Clay did behave like a complete dumbass by doubting Lark but he came back to his senses....also he realised that love is more important than anything else. Lark is one of the MOST strong women I've seen by far❤️❤️ I've my exams from this very week and all I've been doing is completing this story coz I couldn't help myself not knowing what's gonna happen. So yeah... I'm behind my exam preparation but know true love do exist😂❤️

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Prince

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  4. 4 out of 5

    Elle's Book Blog

    My Rating: 4 stars Genre Enemies to Lovers | Second Chance | Small Town Romance I love getting lost in a Jessica Prince story. Her books are like coming home after a long vacation away- soothing, comforting, and they make you feel content. While none of this applied to Guilty Pleasure (I’ll explain below) I still devoured this angsty read. I guess it doesn’t matter whether she writes sweet alpha heroes, or heroes that are downright mean! I still end up falling for them one way or another. Oh boy My Rating: 4 stars Genre Enemies to Lovers | Second Chance | Small Town Romance I love getting lost in a Jessica Prince story. Her books are like coming home after a long vacation away- soothing, comforting, and they make you feel content. While none of this applied to Guilty Pleasure (I’ll explain below) I still devoured this angsty read. I guess it doesn’t matter whether she writes sweet alpha heroes, or heroes that are downright mean! I still end up falling for them one way or another. Oh boy, it took me SO LONG to even remotely like Clay in this book, but eventually I did. I recommend readers continue on even if they can’t stand some of the characters in the beginning. I’ll start off explaining that this is an 𝗘𝗡𝗘𝗠𝗜𝗘𝗦-𝗧𝗢-𝗟𝗢𝗩𝗘𝗥𝗦, 𝗦𝗘𝗖𝗢𝗡𝗗 𝗖𝗛𝗔𝗡𝗖𝗘 𝗥𝗢𝗠𝗔𝗡𝗖𝗘 with a TON OF ANGST. When I say enemies, I mean MORTAL enemies and it comes from miscommunication and disbelief. Lark and Clay had a past when they were kids and had an epic kind of long no one thought could ever break. Ha, well it did and down came their relationship and everything in Larks life. So, she leaves town for 7 years until she has to come back to care for her aunt who is ill. Now Lark KNOWS its going to be hard because of the way she left, and all the crap left behind, but she needs to do it because her aunt is her only family. But the move back isn’t an easy one and she has to continue facing the demons she left behind (or really, what she was chased away from). One of those demons being her former lover, Clay. OMG Clay is such a JERK. I hated him so much though this story and I honestly couldn’t understand WHY Lark held a torch for him for so many years. I’m telling you, this book nearly turned into a bully romance because of HIS actions and those of the people within the town. I get that small towns are filled with gossip but how these people could have held so much hatred for so many years BECAUSE of something they were WRONG about in the end really blows my mind. All of this (including the back and forth with Clay) is what made the angst bubble and burst in this one. It honestly took me so long to even try and want to understand him and their relationship, but I read on and did end up finding a little bit of “like” for him. Sorry, I never fully loved him at all. The big secret that led to all the harassment and mistreatment was quite silly if you ask me, and I feel like the way people reacted to Lark was out of line regardless of whether it was true or not (which it wasn’t) and it’s this that made me rate Guilty Pleasure Lower than I normally would a Jessica Prince story. I liked this book. Don’t get me wrong, I did. But I never could fall in love with it because of how horrible people were. If you enjoy a ton of angst in your novels give this one a try. Jessica Prince is an insanely talented author and I always recommend her novels.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ♡tanaz♡

    FULL RTC THIS BOOK WAS JUST PURE PERFECTION (that may have resulted in a bucket load of tears), SERIOUSLY CLAY WAS SUCH A SEXY HERO AND LARK HAS TO BE MY FAV HEROINE GOING INTO 2021, SHE WAS JUST SO FUNNY AND ENDEARING, HOW COULD YOU NOT LOVE HER???? This book was about ex's finding their way back to each other and there is NOTHING I love more than when a heroine comes back to her hometown to face her old boo who feels like they were betrayed, finding out how FREAKING wrong they were, and grovelin FULL RTC THIS BOOK WAS JUST PURE PERFECTION (that may have resulted in a bucket load of tears), SERIOUSLY CLAY WAS SUCH A SEXY HERO AND LARK HAS TO BE MY FAV HEROINE GOING INTO 2021, SHE WAS JUST SO FUNNY AND ENDEARING, HOW COULD YOU NOT LOVE HER???? This book was about ex's finding their way back to each other and there is NOTHING I love more than when a heroine comes back to her hometown to face her old boo who feels like they were betrayed, finding out how FREAKING wrong they were, and groveling to get their girl back!!!!!! That moment of realization and then fighting to get her back is my ✨KINK✨

  6. 5 out of 5

    Laur Laur

    Guilty pleasure: JP's books. Her heroines have walls around their hearts made of marshmallows. They are treated like utter crap yet forgive at the drop of a hat. But I can't stop reading. The grocery clerks smash her eggs and squash her bread, townfolk knock her down and run over her hand with a baby stroller, all for something she *didn't* do, but she is all about forgiveness and letting the past be. I want some backbone! I want a heart fortified by steel not marshmallows! But I just eat it all Guilty pleasure: JP's books. Her heroines have walls around their hearts made of marshmallows. They are treated like utter crap yet forgive at the drop of a hat. But I can't stop reading. The grocery clerks smash her eggs and squash her bread, townfolk knock her down and run over her hand with a baby stroller, all for something she *didn't* do, but she is all about forgiveness and letting the past be. I want some backbone! I want a heart fortified by steel not marshmallows! But I just eat it all up on a cold winter's day.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kahea

    ***5 ‘Team Lark’ Stars*** The epilogue to Bittersweet had me crossing my toes and Lark and Clay’s book would be up next because I NEEDED to what their deal was and I had a blossoming girlcrush on Lark. So, to say I was all kinds of excited that the next book (aka this book) would be theirs is an understatement...and boy, lemme tell you, this baby took me on one hell of a ride. It pushed all the right buttons for me and then some and has me wanting to spend more time in Redemption. I ADORED Lar ***5 ‘Team Lark’ Stars*** The epilogue to Bittersweet had me crossing my toes and Lark and Clay’s book would be up next because I NEEDED to what their deal was and I had a blossoming girlcrush on Lark. So, to say I was all kinds of excited that the next book (aka this book) would be theirs is an understatement...and boy, lemme tell you, this baby took me on one hell of a ride. It pushed all the right buttons for me and then some and has me wanting to spend more time in Redemption. I ADORED Lark. ADORED. She’s got all kinds of moxie and a huge heart. This woman shined throughout the entire book and I loved how she handled everything that was thrown at her. Clay. It’s not that I didn’t adore Clay, because despite his “issues” with Lark, the man is a real good man ~ and he’s a good daddy to Lumpy, so that kicked his likability up a few notches prior to him pulling his head out of a certain part of his anatomy. As for their second chance journey to their HEA, it was a lot of fun to experience. The chemistry between Lark and Clay was intense and sparks flew everytime they were together ~ good or bad and it was obvious they truly cared for each other when everything was said and done. Now, as this is a lovers to enemies to lovers/second chance journey, there were a lot of ups and downs and I was firmly Team Lark the entire time, but that last roadblock was a doozy and I totally side with Lark on how she reacted, but I gotta say Clay totally stepped up because his grovelling game/being sneaky was exceptional! I truly love this series, as well as the Hope Valley series, because it always feels like I’m coming home when I get to dive into one of the books, and this one was no exception ~ though I was quite pissy with a few of the characters for a bit ~ but I love the small town feel and how everyone knows everyone else’s business. As for the reason for the enemies thing...It made sense, I got and could understand why people got so up at arms, but once a little more info is given about the relationships Lark had, not only with Clay but many of the people of Redemption I was truly offended for her and am happy with how that all worked itself out. Now for the characters that bring this town to life ~ I loved catching up with Cannon and Farrah and Poppy, but it’s the newbies that totally stole the show for me. Sissy, Willow, Stone, Pope, Aurora and Callum were awesome and I’m crossing my toes that we’ll get to hang out with them more and that a few will get their own HEA’s ~ and I’m crossing my toes for one possible couple already because I think they’d have an amazing story! ~ Copy provided by LAwF & voluntarily reviewed ~

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jenifer Briggs

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. *deep sigh.* Ok, so you all know that Jess is one of my favorite authors, and I'm usually gaga for everything she writes, and I was so excited for this one since she was saying all over her social media how this is the best/her favorite book she's ever written.. But just no. I was bored throughout most of it, and honestly wished Lark would give Pope a chance. (I have a thing for badass bikers apparently.) But I couldn't STAND Clay at all. The dude needs to be junk - punched repeatedly. With a rus *deep sigh.* Ok, so you all know that Jess is one of my favorite authors, and I'm usually gaga for everything she writes, and I was so excited for this one since she was saying all over her social media how this is the best/her favorite book she's ever written.. But just no. I was bored throughout most of it, and honestly wished Lark would give Pope a chance. (I have a thing for badass bikers apparently.) But I couldn't STAND Clay at all. The dude needs to be junk - punched repeatedly. With a rusty needle. So the premise is that Lark and Clay were heads over heels in love when they were younger, and she finally felt like she was where she belonged in her life. She has had a really tough life -- mom died when she was so young that she barley remembers her, and her dad made it clear every chance she got that he never loved or wanted her, and dropped her the second he could. So Lark was accepted with open arms in Clay's family and friends, but since they both had problems in their families, mainly his brother Callum and her cousin, their lives were stressful. But Lark always thought they would be able to get past all of that because Clay was the one for her.. until Callum is thrown in prison because of his own choices (I honestly think he did it for good reasons, but he was still a grown man and new what he was doing) and somehow this dude that NOBODY liked said that it was Lark who turned Callum in and then everyone just accepted it? All of Clay's friends, his mom, and Clay himself never bothered to ask her what really happened, just shoved her out of all their lives really cruelly and told her to never come back. You all with me so far? I know that was a lot, but there's even more. Hang tight! So after ALLLLL that mess, seven years has passed and poor Lark is still trying to piece her heart back together. She lost almost everyone that she thought was in her corner, and was just absolutely crushed. The last thing she wants to do is come back, but her Aunt Sissy (who raised her after her dad dumped Lark at her doorstep) is really sick so she needs the help.. And Lark is basically in the lions den yet again. The townspeople are rude as hell, when she needs her car detailed and has to go to Cannon (which is Clay's bff, but used to be her close friend as well) he's the biggest dickwad to her too. The only saving grace this woman has is her Aunt, her best friend Rora (whom is fabulous) and Farrah, Cannons wife. And since the universe can't stop screwing with her, Lark needs a job asap, and the only one that will hire her is nobody other than Clay. *another deep sigh.* I don't think I've hated one of this authors heroes as much as I hate Clay. The man is despicable. So he blatantly accepts the word of someone he doesn't like (which I don't understand at all) and is so fucking cold to Lark. And what REALLY gets me?! He sleeps with her nemesis basically as soon as she leaves town. So not only did he not believe the supposed love of his life, but he slept with the woman who actively hated her all because she was with Clay to begin with. He did it hurt Lark even more, so obviously I'm swooning so hard right now. And OF COURSE the few times Lark has had sex in the past seven years, it has all sucked. But this dude didn't have that problem at all! The misogyny is high in this one.🙄 Annnddddd Clay does this ridiculous back and forth game with her. He's nice to her, and then suddenly reminds himself that he's supposed to hate her, so he crushes her even more. Lark helped Clay in a pretty big way with his job, so he thanked her by sleeping with her.. And then immediately said it was a mistake. Somehow Lark is able to forgive all of this, but when his mom finds out that they are back together, all hell breaks loose. She demands Clay to stand up for her, and begs him to believe her yet again, and he STILL DOESN'T DEFEND HER. *bangs head against the wall repeatedly* Callum himself often says he doesn't blame Lark, and that it was his own decisions that landed him in jail in the first place. So at least there's one rational person here.. I was just so pissed off while reading this. Clay would be super dick, then at all surprised when Lark didn't fall at his feet when he wanted her too. Granted she didn't put up that much of a fight, but COME ON. Leave behind the dude that obviously doesn't respect you and jump on that swoony, hot, NICE biker man and actually have a healthy relationship. Another thing that made me roll my eyes so hard waa that Clay never bothered to ask questions about what happened back then. He just blindly accepted that Lark had betrayed him and his entire family and that was it. But now that he's on the verge of losing her AGAIN, now he's a full on investigator? Puh-lease. It's also grating on my nerves the way this author deals with other women. The name calling, the way the 'heroes' talk to them... It's nowhere near acceptable. I didn't like Lyndsey (the girl that Clay slept with to get back at Lark) but she had real feelings for him, and he used that to get off, and then shoved her aside. She wasn't the greatest woman in regards to Lark, even after Lark moved back, but I'm so tired of it always being the other woman who is vilian-ized. The heroes don't mind sleeping with them, but as soon as they are done, they turn into evil succubuses. I'm just so done with it. And it's in EVERY single book. This is obviously a no from me, and I hope that when the day finally comes for Stones book (I have loved him since Ravage!!) And hopefully does a spin-off of Pope's MC, Jess just takes a breather and stops all the freaking double standards and gives us a hero who is actually worthy of the MFC's devotion. **I received an ARC of this book and these are my honest opinions.**

  9. 4 out of 5

    Izzie d

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is very good. Well written. It has the angsty split, The other woman drama, Girl posse. The heroine was 'chased' out of town, accused of something she didn't do. Spoiler... The Hero's brother is reported to the police for doing drugs and he gets arrested and ends up in prison, everyone thinks the heroine reported it. The Hero is pretty nasty and cold to her when he sees her again. There is a bit of mills and boon style, can't resist your touch. I wish the second time she'd told him no. Separation of This is very good. Well written. It has the angsty split, The other woman drama, Girl posse. The heroine was 'chased' out of town, accused of something she didn't do. Spoiler... The Hero's brother is reported to the police for doing drugs and he gets arrested and ends up in prison, everyone thinks the heroine reported it. The Hero is pretty nasty and cold to her when he sees her again. There is a bit of mills and boon style, can't resist your touch. I wish the second time she'd told him no. Separation of 7 years. During separation, both have been with others. The Hero slept with the heroine's nemesis. The heroine, it is mentioned was with other men. 'I was heartbroken and hurting, and because of that, I felt the need to act out. Lark had hated Lynsey almost as much as Lynsey hated her, so in an effort to hurt her as badly as she’d hurt me—even though she was already long gone from my life and would probably never know—I’d made the mistake of taking Lynsey to bed. And I kept repeating that mistake for months.' There are no intimate scenes other than the Hero and heroine. The Hero gets jealous of another man showing interest in the heroine, she isn't interested but the other man would have been. No flirting or messing with anyone else. The heroine's nemesis, the Hero's ex turns up and there is a scene, so ex drama. The ex was hoping to get back together. Hero is not interested in the ex. I did have an issue with the fact the Hero didn't believe her. “I already told you,” she gritted out. “It. Wasn’t. Me. The fact you believed Ronny fucking Culpepper’s word over mine, after how long we were together, what we were to each other . . .” She shook her head like she was disappointed in me. “That’s more of a reflection on you than it is on me.” The whole town hates her. I would have given it 4 stars but I knocked it down 1 as I felt the grovelling by everybody in her defense was missing. The Hero goes around telling everyone what a raw deal she had after she's vindicated but I don't know they all treated her so badly. The Hero does become suspicious it isn't her and he struggled to defend her in front of his mother's accusations after she returns but does then investigate to get to the truth. Thee was a clever play on a conversation between the Hero and heroine where they get back together before the final busy up and he hasn't actually said he believes she is telling the truth about her denial and she doesn't realise that. She doesn't actually say she's glad he believes her and they think it's okay. The way things are worded is subtle but well thought out on the author's part. HEA. Epilogue. Breadcrumbs dropped for future books in series. Lots of extra characters that could have future stories. Best to read series in order but as previous couples appear there is a brief explanation of their backstory, though not much detail if it's not read in order.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    It truly doesn't matter how long or short a Jessica Prince story is...I devour it in hours. Once again I loved this with my whole romance reading loving heart. I don't know what it is about Ms Prince and her ability to completely capture me heart and soul with EVERY DAMN STORY but she does. The heart, loyalty, friendship, guilt and complete utter heartbreak you experience within the pages of this grabbed me and NEVER LET GO. I couldn't move, do laundry, eat until I knew how these two stubborn lo It truly doesn't matter how long or short a Jessica Prince story is...I devour it in hours. Once again I loved this with my whole romance reading loving heart. I don't know what it is about Ms Prince and her ability to completely capture me heart and soul with EVERY DAMN STORY but she does. The heart, loyalty, friendship, guilt and complete utter heartbreak you experience within the pages of this grabbed me and NEVER LET GO. I couldn't move, do laundry, eat until I knew how these two stubborn love sick fools would figure their shit out. And I wasn't let down, they led me through all the angst and feels that I have come to expect from a Jessica Prince tale. I LOVE THEM ALL. Thank you Ms Prince, and I have got to find me a town filled with alphas. xo

  11. 5 out of 5

    MiDouradoP

    I have a new favorite! I'm trying so hard to find the right words about this book, but nothing seems good enough. I was barely halfway through the book and my heart was in shambles already. There were so much grief, resentment, misplaced guilt, betrayal, but also hope and love that I almost couldn't keep up with so many emotions. And I loved every minute of it. After finally knowing what is like to truly love and be loved by a wonderful man, an amazing family and an adorable community, Lark is wron I have a new favorite! I'm trying so hard to find the right words about this book, but nothing seems good enough. I was barely halfway through the book and my heart was in shambles already. There were so much grief, resentment, misplaced guilt, betrayal, but also hope and love that I almost couldn't keep up with so many emotions. And I loved every minute of it. After finally knowing what is like to truly love and be loved by a wonderful man, an amazing family and an adorable community, Lark is wronged so deeply that she is forced to leave everything behind after everyone turns their back on her. Including the love of her life. That is until she is needed back in the town she swore to never set foot in again. Lark and Clay are both bearing a deep sense of betrayal, a burden so heavy and cruel that all it does is drain them and force them apart, when all their souls crave is to be together. The heaviest burden of the aftermath falls solely on Lark's shoulder, who is harassed time after time by the people who had her back once. But both of them carry the pain of losing the wonderful love they lived and still harbor for each other. And even though Lark and Clay fight so hard to keep their emotional distance, to keep their walls up and insurmountable, their kind of love is one that can't be ignored, let alone overcome. Some might say this is an enemies-to-lovers romance. But I don't see it that way. For me, this was a second chance through and through. I didn't sense hate coming from them. It was even stronger than that. I felt profound resentment, deep pain, unspeakable grief, blooming hope, unwavering loyalty, all-consuming love. There wasn't a place for hatred between Clay or Lark. And for me, that made everything even more intense and earth-shattering than any enemies-to-lovers could have possibly done. This book had everything I love in a book and even more. Truly, this was an unputdownable masterpiece.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Lark Ashton never planned to return to Redemption, Tennessee the town that turned their back on her and the betrayal of the man who broke her heart. For years Lark has kept herself incased in her glass walls she surrounds herself in, but when her Aunt calls needing help she makes the decision to go back home. Lark is greeted the way she expected with disdain and hate, but she is not going to let it break her but when she sees Clay Morrison again, she feels that sting and it is pushing her to her Lark Ashton never planned to return to Redemption, Tennessee the town that turned their back on her and the betrayal of the man who broke her heart. For years Lark has kept herself incased in her glass walls she surrounds herself in, but when her Aunt calls needing help she makes the decision to go back home. Lark is greeted the way she expected with disdain and hate, but she is not going to let it break her but when she sees Clay Morrison again, she feels that sting and it is pushing her to her breaking point, will Clay finally see the truth or will he continue to hate every fiber of Lark's being. There is so much to this story that I have not delved into. This was absolutely wonderful. Lark is such a beacon of courage, she has been dealt a bad hand and yet she persevered. Clay was pure alpha male and I was blown away by how this story unfolded. Amazing read, if your looking for a tear jerker second chance romance buy this one now.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Becca Stanfield Vernon

    Wow!! These two were steamy; their chemistry was oozing off the pages! Clay made me mad when he didn’t believe Lark. This was a great story on how trust or lack of can change your life. Poor Lark has some of the worst family, but the friends & family she has are wonderful. Aurora that girl is an amazing character & reminds me of my true besties. The love, the sexy alpha tendencies & the love/hate banter between these two will keep you highly entertained. I almost read this book in one sitting bu Wow!! These two were steamy; their chemistry was oozing off the pages! Clay made me mad when he didn’t believe Lark. This was a great story on how trust or lack of can change your life. Poor Lark has some of the worst family, but the friends & family she has are wonderful. Aurora that girl is an amazing character & reminds me of my true besties. The love, the sexy alpha tendencies & the love/hate banter between these two will keep you highly entertained. I almost read this book in one sitting but I made myself go to bed because I had to get up early for work. Definitely another wonderful read by this wonderful author. I highly recommend this book. Told in dual POV.

  14. 5 out of 5

    BookSmackedMel

    Guilty Pleasure is a second chance, love/hate romance full of emotion with some seriously hot office scenes that will have you saying yes please. Lark's return to Redemption is met with nothing but hostility and from the get go I found myself angry on her behalf. Instead of running however she stands her ground and I'm immediately drawn to her strength. In fact the entire book I found myself Team Lark and at multiple times wished I could slap the ever loving crap out of some people in this book. Guilty Pleasure is a second chance, love/hate romance full of emotion with some seriously hot office scenes that will have you saying yes please. Lark's return to Redemption is met with nothing but hostility and from the get go I found myself angry on her behalf. Instead of running however she stands her ground and I'm immediately drawn to her strength. In fact the entire book I found myself Team Lark and at multiple times wished I could slap the ever loving crap out of some people in this book. Now enter Clay, he is an alpha no doubt about that. And I love Jessica's alpha H's. They have this sexiness about them that tends to ooze from the pages with their demands and display's of protectiveness. Clay definitely should all those things. Clay also did make me a bit ragey I have to admit. Hot and cold at times I found myself wanting to also smack him upside the head, I found my feelings towards him up and down. This story will gut you at times as you find out the circumstances surrounding Lark's departure from Redemption to begin with. My heart ached for her every time someone was nasty towards her, while at the same time cheered her on because she was so resilient. And can we talk about the sexual tension between Clay and Lark. The back and forth jabs that seem to cut like a knife while at the same time that undeniable pull towards one another. I could feel the intensity pouring off the pages, especially in some of the office scenes. Yowzers. Redemption was easily gobbled up, and I thoroughly enjoyed this read. I don't think I will ever stop reading books from Prince.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    Another awesome installment to the Redemption series. Book for as the last 3 books brings back the whole gang aka past couples. I love that Prince does this with her series, as well as ties in her other series to this one as well. It makes the world building that much more wonderful. Guilty Pleasure follows Lark, who has come back home to take care of her sick aunt Sissy. However the moment she sees the sign for her hometown she wants to turn back and next look back. But she will do anything to h Another awesome installment to the Redemption series. Book for as the last 3 books brings back the whole gang aka past couples. I love that Prince does this with her series, as well as ties in her other series to this one as well. It makes the world building that much more wonderful. Guilty Pleasure follows Lark, who has come back home to take care of her sick aunt Sissy. However the moment she sees the sign for her hometown she wants to turn back and next look back. But she will do anything to help her beloved aunt, especially since her cousin and aunts daughter is a real piece of lazy spoiled work. Lark is thrown left to right, dealing with being hated by the whole town. You see Lark left town on a sour note, with lies that she turned in her now ex-boyfriends brother to the cops. Lark hits every bad luck possible while trying to make sure her aunt deals with little so she can rest, but when Lark needs money and jobs a scars, the one person she never thought would help her does. Her ex...Clay. This story really gutted me, Lark is such a strong and kind person, the things she does to make sure Sissy is taken care of and gets her home life sorted out shows how big her heart is. She deals with people shunning her left and right, not wanting her in their stores, grocery shopping or literally walking in the street. It broke my heart, people in the town were so cruel. I pretty much hated everyone in town for her. Luckily this girl is tough, she holds back the tears and when luck comes to her in her ex, she takes hold of it only for her aunt. Clay is an alpha male to the max, he ticked me off quite a few times in the sense that he blamed her for something his brother should of taken responsibility for. Her turned everyone against her and it hurt to read how she struggled. Thankfully this guy also has a heart and Lark is his biggest weakness no matter what he thinks she did. The whole story is a lot of what happened in the past, no one knows, especially Lark why the town and her ex think she told on her best friend and Clays brother Callum. The drama from that caused a lot of angst and tension, especially sexual tension between Clay and Lark. These two have the most intense, steamy and holy moly chemistry. In the end this was a great 4th installment and I can't wait to see who the next couple is going to be!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brianna at Renee Entress's Blog

    5 Stars! OH. MY. What a ride. Y'all I'm a huge, huge, huge fan of Jessica Prince. Ever since I opened the pages to my first book by her, Sweet Sunshine, I've read pretty much read everything that she has written (in such brilliance I must add!). Well she is back with the fourth standalone in the Redemption series (if you're new then go back to the start!) and gahhhhhhh! My HEART! My freaking heart.. This book y'all, it was packed with all of the feels in some of the best moments in this second ch 5 Stars! OH. MY. What a ride. Y'all I'm a huge, huge, huge fan of Jessica Prince. Ever since I opened the pages to my first book by her, Sweet Sunshine, I've read pretty much read everything that she has written (in such brilliance I must add!). Well she is back with the fourth standalone in the Redemption series (if you're new then go back to the start!) and gahhhhhhh! My HEART! My freaking heart.. This book y'all, it was packed with all of the feels in some of the best moments in this second chance romance. Guilty Pleasure was EVERYTHING in the most all-consuming ways. Lark and Clay stole a huge chunk of my heart along the way and y'all, gahhhhh their journey- while riddled with complications, was beautifully told and man they tore it and me up at times. I mean all of the emotions, the passion, the undeniable chemistry, the sizzling tension, and the fun that was packed in these pages was explosive and intense and I wouldn't have changed a thing. If you like alpha males, relatable women, and storylines that'll nip at your heart, give you all the yummy heat, and leave you with a permasmile etched onto your face, then I suggest you crack open a Jessica Prince book. I highly recommend this book. Reviewed for Renee Entress's Blog.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Fiona Fog

    A series that you know is going to hit everyone of your requirements when reading romance. Jessica always manages to hit it out of the park and I know I'm going to be hooked when I see her name. Lark's our leading heroine, she left town seven years ago her heart and soul in a broken mess. She had no intentions of returning but when she finds out her aunt needs her she packs up her life and returns to the place that destroyed her. Being back in a place where you are hated is not her idea of fun. A series that you know is going to hit everyone of your requirements when reading romance. Jessica always manages to hit it out of the park and I know I'm going to be hooked when I see her name. Lark's our leading heroine, she left town seven years ago her heart and soul in a broken mess. She had no intentions of returning but when she finds out her aunt needs her she packs up her life and returns to the place that destroyed her. Being back in a place where you are hated is not her idea of fun. Nothings changed she's still not wanted. But Lark is resilient she'll never let them see her tears or her pain. Clay our lead never stopped loving Lark, when their lives went to hell years ago he believed a lie and cut Lark out of his life. He destroyed her but he also destroyed himself. When he sees his past walk back into his life he can't stop thinking about her. The love never died but with so much of the past hanging over them he can't see a way past it. But with a love like these two had you know that just doesn't dry up. Secrets and lies will be exposed and with Jessica's flair for drama you are guaranteed a front row seat. Explosive chemistry that sizzles and a firey come to Jesus moment and you have the perfect storm. It's a yes from me.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jenn the Readaholic

    Lark and Clay definitely ran me through the wringer with their journey. But in the best way possible. I wanted to cry for Lark a fifth of the way in, all while I wanted to scream and shake Clay. And that was just the first dip in the roller coaster ride of Lark’s life! But she wasn’t going to just give up and run away. And that made me adore her so much because she KNEW how she was perceived and she still stayed for the woman who needed her most. I found this story to be one of the most emotiona Lark and Clay definitely ran me through the wringer with their journey. But in the best way possible. I wanted to cry for Lark a fifth of the way in, all while I wanted to scream and shake Clay. And that was just the first dip in the roller coaster ride of Lark’s life! But she wasn’t going to just give up and run away. And that made me adore her so much because she KNEW how she was perceived and she still stayed for the woman who needed her most. I found this story to be one of the most emotional, painful-yet-so-worth-it reads of this series AND the Hope Valley series so far. Lark was so strong, but so tired of fighting and pushing through, yet she didn’t let that stop her. And Clay was so conflicted that, as much as he made me want to yell sometimes, he also grabbed my heart because he was trying so hard to please people while finding some joy for himself. I mean, who can truly hate a guy for trying to do right by everyone, even if it goes a little sideways? Add in Callum and Pope and some of the funniest dumbness possible, and I didn’t want this book to end! I’m looking forward to see where we go from here because I now have at least five people I want to see a story for: Jensen’s friends, Stone, Pope (and his guys), and Callum. Oh, where will Jessica take us next in Redemption?

  19. 5 out of 5

    Melissa, Book Boyfriend and Husband Make Three

    Lark captured my heart and as I got to know her better and her inner dialogue was a mirror image of my own thoughts and at that point this sassy girl who felt like nobody wanted her took a piece of my soul. Clay came into this book as if he were made of hostility and resentment; his interactions with Lark were venomous and yet the underlying chemistry he and Lark had made it impossible for him to hold onto the hate he had kept simmering inside him for years. My chest ached continuously right along Lark captured my heart and as I got to know her better and her inner dialogue was a mirror image of my own thoughts and at that point this sassy girl who felt like nobody wanted her took a piece of my soul. Clay came into this book as if he were made of hostility and resentment; his interactions with Lark were venomous and yet the underlying chemistry he and Lark had made it impossible for him to hold onto the hate he had kept simmering inside him for years. My chest ached continuously right along with Lark every time someone shot a nasty look her way or uttered a vile word under their breath the pain she felt was like a dagger to my heart. This woman that had so much love in her heart and the people that should have stood beside her turned their backs in the blink of an eye, I was thankful that she had Aurora in her life. She's the type of friend everyone needs a little crazy and loyal to the core. Guilty Pleasure is unequivocally my favorite Redemption Novel and my new favorite Jessica Prince book. A luring blend of intoxicating chemistry, alpha hero, sassy heroine, so many feels, from fluttery ovaries to heart wrenching pain, and every feel in between, witty banter, and steam.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This is by far one of the most emotional books Jessica has written to date. This book ive struggled with even finding words that will do this book justice. Jessica is one of those authors that I can't just start the book and then put it down. When I read a Jessica Prince book I do it in one sitting. Since my first book by her it's been that way. Wow! Lark and Clay phew! Lark really didn't want to return to Redemption the town that she was driven out of because of a lie. Clay absolutely broke Lar This is by far one of the most emotional books Jessica has written to date. This book ive struggled with even finding words that will do this book justice. Jessica is one of those authors that I can't just start the book and then put it down. When I read a Jessica Prince book I do it in one sitting. Since my first book by her it's been that way. Wow! Lark and Clay phew! Lark really didn't want to return to Redemption the town that she was driven out of because of a lie. Clay absolutely broke Larks heart and he thought she had broken his heart and family. Not everything is what it seems. How mean some of the town folk were to Lark absolutely broke my heart and I actually cried. One thing Jessica has always done an amazing job with is showing the beautiful friendships not only between the ladies but the guys too. There are so many new characters that I need stories for!! Pope, Aurora, Callum!! I need all of these stories!!! As always this was such a beautiful small town romance by th absolute queen of s all town romance. Jessica took us on an emotional and heart wrenching journey. There is a reason she is one of my absolute favorite authors 5 stars! I received an Arc for my opinion

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dayang

    4⭐️ This is my second favorite book from this series. It's an enemies to lovers and second chance romance. I'm so glad I signed up for this. This is the story of Clay and Lark... I'm not going to elaborate on it further or repeat the synopsis. I just want to say that if only people would set aside their pride, all of this could've been prevented. This also happens in real life you know? People aren't together because they don't want to talk it out. I'm not saying that it's necessary to get back to 4⭐️ This is my second favorite book from this series. It's an enemies to lovers and second chance romance. I'm so glad I signed up for this. This is the story of Clay and Lark... I'm not going to elaborate on it further or repeat the synopsis. I just want to say that if only people would set aside their pride, all of this could've been prevented. This also happens in real life you know? People aren't together because they don't want to talk it out. I'm not saying that it's necessary to get back together, just that to make things clear. Specially if your reputation is on the line and most of the town hates you... and you know in your heart your conscience is clear. I don't know... I was angry for Lark. I hurt for her and what everybody did to her. It was unfair, regardless of what she has done. Like people would go out of their way to make her feel bad... It's a heartwarming, heartbreaking and Swoony romance all rolled into one.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Another hit! Loved this book... kept me on my toes and drew me in like a fine wine lol. Clay and Lark are what I consider a beautiful disaster (when I say disaster I mean a good thing lol)... got messed up for a bit but BAM came back stronger. The chemistry between them was undeniable.. there were some parts that were sad but I love that Farah and Aurora were there no matter what. My favorite reason I like Jessica Prince is she makes her females strong and don’t back down to their men. Love it an Another hit! Loved this book... kept me on my toes and drew me in like a fine wine lol. Clay and Lark are what I consider a beautiful disaster (when I say disaster I mean a good thing lol)... got messed up for a bit but BAM came back stronger. The chemistry between them was undeniable.. there were some parts that were sad but I love that Farah and Aurora were there no matter what. My favorite reason I like Jessica Prince is she makes her females strong and don’t back down to their men. Love it and I can’t wait for what she has in store for the other characters!!!! I have a few guesses of who might be an item next but I will wait patiently. GO GET IT!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    What a great addition to the Redemption series! Lark & Clay have to be my new favorite couple in this series. I was captivated from the first page to the last! Lark & Clay’s story definitely pulled on my heart strings. More than once I had tears in my eyes. I admired Lark’s strength. It was not an easy journey to their happily ever after, but worth it in the end. I don’t know if this was the last book in the series or not, but I hope we get to visit this world again. I have loved getting to know What a great addition to the Redemption series! Lark & Clay have to be my new favorite couple in this series. I was captivated from the first page to the last! Lark & Clay’s story definitely pulled on my heart strings. More than once I had tears in my eyes. I admired Lark’s strength. It was not an easy journey to their happily ever after, but worth it in the end. I don’t know if this was the last book in the series or not, but I hope we get to visit this world again. I have loved getting to know these characters. I voluntarily reviewed this book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Teri OShea

    This is my first ARC for Jessica Prince, as a fan of her work, I have to say I loved it!! I have read the other books in this series, and really enjoyed a few people getting what's coming to them (no spoilers)!!!! This is my first ARC for Jessica Prince, as a fan of her work, I have to say I loved it!! I have read the other books in this series, and really enjoyed a few people getting what's coming to them (no spoilers)!!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lu Bielefeld

    0 - DNF 24% Be happy the heroine is happy! Nope! Then everything had changed. One moment I’d been blissfully happy, and the next, my whole world had crashed down around me. He hadn’t just thrown my love out like garbage. He’d taken a goddamn flame thrower to it, reducing it to ash. I knew all too well how it felt to be unwanted. But what had happened here was so much worse. There was a big difference between never feeling loved and finally feeling it only for it to be ripped away by almost every per 0 - DNF 24% Be happy the heroine is happy! Nope! Then everything had changed. One moment I’d been blissfully happy, and the next, my whole world had crashed down around me. He hadn’t just thrown my love out like garbage. He’d taken a goddamn flame thrower to it, reducing it to ash. I knew all too well how it felt to be unwanted. But what had happened here was so much worse. There was a big difference between never feeling loved and finally feeling it only for it to be ripped away by almost every person I’d come to care about. I’d made the mistake of taking Lynsey to bed. And I kept repeating that mistake for months.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Valeen Robertson (Live Thru Books Blog)

    Amazon Lark's back in the town that drove her away so many years ago, the town where everyone hates her. She would only return if it were absolutely necessary, and it is - her aunt needs her, so she's come back. Unfortunately, the rest of the town isn't as loving toward her as her aunt, seems no one has forgotten what she didn't do, and treats her just as badly as before. And then there's her ex, the one who didn't really love her apparently, because if Clay had, he wouldn't have believed wha Amazon Lark's back in the town that drove her away so many years ago, the town where everyone hates her. She would only return if it were absolutely necessary, and it is - her aunt needs her, so she's come back. Unfortunately, the rest of the town isn't as loving toward her as her aunt, seems no one has forgotten what she didn't do, and treats her just as badly as before. And then there's her ex, the one who didn't really love her apparently, because if Clay had, he wouldn't have believed what everyone else did about her. Now she's back and he's just as cold and as much of an ass as the day she was driven out of Redemption. Too bad he ends up being her new boss... But the attraction that's always been there springs to life, and Lark's got no willpower to resist it, resist Clay. Does this spell a second chance for them, for Lark? Or is Clay still as unsupportive and cruel as he was before? The best thing about this story is Lark. She's strong and a survivor with a huge, forgiving heart. If anything, she's too quick to forgive, because if I had been her, I most certainly wouldn't have forgiven as easily as she did. I would have demanded some hard core groveling on the part of not only her ex, but the entire town who treated her like garbage before the big revelation came out. In fact, Lark was what I liked most about Guilty Pleasure. I admit to not liking Clay, he came across as more than a little wimpy - practically unheard of in Jessica's heroes, who are usually strong and tough and alpha to the core. Clay just seemed weak and more than a little cruel. I loved Lark, though, and because she's so awesome, and I love the story (second chance romances are one of my favorites), I think I can fairly rate this 4 stars. ARC via Love Affair With Fiction for an honest review. Review / Release Blitz: Live Through Books Blog. Blog | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Light

    Guilty Pleasure has got to be the most emotionally involved book Jessica Prince has produced so far. As always with a JP book, I was over the moon excited when I saw we were taking a trip back to Redemption. Small town romances are my bread and butter and always will be. Guilty Pleasure is the fourth book in the small-town Redemption series. As a serial reader, I always recommend reading any series in order, but this one has enough of the back to story provided that it can be read as a standalon Guilty Pleasure has got to be the most emotionally involved book Jessica Prince has produced so far. As always with a JP book, I was over the moon excited when I saw we were taking a trip back to Redemption. Small town romances are my bread and butter and always will be. Guilty Pleasure is the fourth book in the small-town Redemption series. As a serial reader, I always recommend reading any series in order, but this one has enough of the back to story provided that it can be read as a standalone. -It was fun to read about characters from the previous 3 books though.- A fair warning to readers, you won’t be able to put this down after you start it. LOL I picked this up and was deep in the rabbit hole before I knew what was happening. Lark is a boss. After losing so much at a young age, she found home, family and love in Redemption; everything she wanted so badly. Then suddenly, it’s the floor is ripped out from under her feet and she is left with a gaping whole not only in her life, but in her heart as well. The people she thought where her family, the man she thought loved her and believed in her turn their backs on her. They take the word one someone else. With nothing more to hold her, and everyone wanting her gone, Lark takes her leave from Redemption and swears never to return. She done with the town and done with him. Clay thought he found the love of his life; the one he brought into his family, his life and his heart, but was betrayed. Now she’s back; Lark the woman who betrayed him and his family. The drama of the past is not forgotten, even if it was seven years ago. Whewwww, what a read! Lark and Clay’s story was a whirlwind of drama! I felt for Lark so much in this book. Returning to the place that she knows no one will welcome her, all for the sake of the only woman that has never thrown her away. You can tell how hard this is for Lark, but she is such a strong, independent woman and loves her aunt Sissy. Coming back to Redemption is the last thing she ever thought she would do, but helping Sissy is what she needs. However, when she clashes with Clay and the rest of the town things get heated and the truth finally comes out. Both Clay and Lark struggle with the truth when it comes out and one of them finds it hard to let go of the past. Take the journey to Redemption and find out just what happens with Clay and Lark! Oh, and a request to the lovely JP; I’m gonna need Callum’s, Pope’s and Willow’s stories pretty, pretty please! I am fully aware I have a reading addiction; I just don’t care. Lol

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ri

    It just gets better and better. I know I am always going to fall in love with the characters that this author creates, that is never up for debate. However, HOW much I am going to fall in love with them is what is going to be up for debate. I should just quit challenging myself because between Hope Valley and Redemption, I seem to have a hard time sticking to my resolve that so and so is my favorite because again, this author has done it again by giving me, Clay and Lark. These two are my favorit It just gets better and better. I know I am always going to fall in love with the characters that this author creates, that is never up for debate. However, HOW much I am going to fall in love with them is what is going to be up for debate. I should just quit challenging myself because between Hope Valley and Redemption, I seem to have a hard time sticking to my resolve that so and so is my favorite because again, this author has done it again by giving me, Clay and Lark. These two are my favorites, at least for now. There was something about the emotions that Lark showed in this story. I felt the pain that she felt. Every time her resolve faltered or she was on the verge of crying, I was right there with me. If I hadn't already loved Farah from her book, a certain scene in this book, made me love her even more. I cannot imagine what it must have felt like to experience what she went through, yet, she still held her head high. Clay was delicious but I also found myself wanting to smack him upside his head. There were a few times that I wished he had to answer for his behavior and I was frustrated that he really hadn't admitted his fault in the situation. That frustrated me. However, his possessive side was pretty amazing. There were a lot of areas that this author can take this as well as intersect it with Hope Falls. I see interesting characters left and possible stories and I am ALL for that. Even with several books in this series and A lot more in Hope Falls, it still feels fresh and new and I like that. That is often a pitfall in long series but doesn't seem to be a problem with this author. IF I was to have a serious gripe with this book, it would be that it ended so quickly. Ironically, this is a long book but it still felt like there was a lot crammed into the ending. Especially, for a happily for now ending. I know I will see these characters again so the HFN doesn't bother me as much as it felt rushed. Regardless, this is another hit from this amazing author. There is a reason that I devour her words like air.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Moritz-rosenthal

    I received a free ARC copy of this book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review. If you have read this series it is about a small town of Redemption each book is about a different couple and each book easily stands alone. This is Clay Morrison's story. We met him before as he is the contractor in town and has helped renovate other main characters homes in this series. A brand new character is introduced to this series when she comes back to town, Lark and honestly I ad I received a free ARC copy of this book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review. If you have read this series it is about a small town of Redemption each book is about a different couple and each book easily stands alone. This is Clay Morrison's story. We met him before as he is the contractor in town and has helped renovate other main characters homes in this series. A brand new character is introduced to this series when she comes back to town, Lark and honestly I adored her. I cannot imagine how it would feel to be the most hated member in a small town and to face the stares and animosity down but she does and she is one tough cookie. Lark came to Redemption as an orphan who her aunt Sissy takes in, she meets Clay, and they both fall into love and she became beloved to him, his family and the entire town for the next 4 years. But something major happens that makes the entire town believe she betrayed Clay and his entire family and everyone ends up hating her so she leaves down. She comes back for one reason only and that is because her aunt, Sissy needs her since she is ill. But she also needs a job and no one will give her one until Clay offers her a job as his office manager and thats when this book gets so good. If you love second chance love stories, friends to lovers, romance in the work place, and enemies falling in love then you will absolutely adore this book. It was a wonderful story with a great cast of characters. But be warned it is an addicting story. I could not put it down until the last moment. As to the betrayal. I am not spoiling what that is. But honestly I felt they blamed the wrong person in this scenario. I understood how the Morrison family would feel but how the whole town treated her well I am not sure I could have forgiven them. Lark is a very special person that she could move beyond that and live in that town.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    Back to the town of Redemption we go! Lark and Clay pull you in right from the start. Lark’s strength of character is beautiful. She overcame hardship and truly is a wonderful person. She holds her head up high and doesn’t care that the town hates her for something she didn’t do. We feel her heartache and loss of the one family that she loved and loved her, turned to hate her. I loved her feisty aunt who never stopped loving or believing in her. When Lark came home to take care of her, I loved ho Back to the town of Redemption we go! Lark and Clay pull you in right from the start. Lark’s strength of character is beautiful. She overcame hardship and truly is a wonderful person. She holds her head up high and doesn’t care that the town hates her for something she didn’t do. We feel her heartache and loss of the one family that she loved and loved her, turned to hate her. I loved her feisty aunt who never stopped loving or believing in her. When Lark came home to take care of her, I loved how she stood by her niece. I wanted to fight for Lark when it felt like she was at the last of her rope. I wanted to fight Clay for the way he didn’t believe her and the way he treated her. But Lark showed the town that she was a strong person by coming home and helping her ailing aunt. Not only that, she helped her ungrateful, selfish cousin. I love how Jessica Prince writes strong heroines. The characters are strong and well written. Lark’s story rips your heart out and then pieces it back together stronger than before. I also love that she makes Clay work to get back into Lark’s life. I hate when the author has them make up quickly and you never truly see the hero repent. But Jessica Prince isn't like that. She makes Clay work for Lark’s forgiveness, as he should! I just can’t get enough of Jessica Prince’s stories! I re-read them constantly. She is definitely a One-Click author for me!

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