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Publisher's Summary

Orange Is the New Black meets Jennifer Probst's New York Times best-selling Marriage to a Billionaire trilogy, in this audiobook of love and redemption in the sensational A Pound of Flesh series.

When prison tutor Kat Lane met arrogant inmate Wesley Carter in A Pound of Flesh, it was hate at first sight. Carter's quick wit and reputation for being as dangerous as he was handsome kept her at a distance. But, as they grew to know each other as teacher and student in the New York prison, Kat found there was much more to Carter than she thought.

In Love and Always, Kat and Carter's story continues as they share the news of their engagement - which doesn't go over well with Kat's mother. On top of it all, Carter has a new role as CEO of WCS Communications, which adds more pressure to his new life outside prison. Trying to juggle family, a billion dollar business, and Carter's best friend, Max's, rehab stint doesn't leave much time for the happy couple to enjoy each other. How will Kat and Carter handle the pressures of marriage, family, and work - and keep the passion alive through it all?

©2015 Simon & Schuster (P)2015 Sophie Jackson

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This should not be a stand alone book! The book description eludes to more happening than actually does. Almost as if this was supposed to be the first few chapters of a new book that was rushed out to meet a deadline (or an epilogue for the first). Disappointing after loving the first book.