When Joe walks out of Rose's life, she can't imagine life without him. But with support from her friends - and an unexpected person - Rose finds her way to climb out of her despair. After his father's blackmail forces him to leave the love of his life to protect her, Joe is thrown into the race for Arkansas State Senate. But while Rose has people to help her grieve, Joe finds himself completely alone - except the one person he detests is the only person who's offering comfort.
©2014 Denise Swank (P)2015 Denise Swank
I started with the first book and have been working my way through. I've liked all of them so far except this one. First they changed the narrator which took a while to get used to, the southern accent was completely dropped. I suppose it was because many people complained about the last narrator. Second this book is short and nothing really happens. This book feels like a filler. I think all of it could have been summed up in a couple chapters at the beginning of the next book which I will be listening to, despite my disappointment in this one.
He is weak, easily manipulated. Why doesn't he go to the feds over the blackmail? If Rose takes him back, I give up on the series.
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