Omg, this book is REALLY GOOD. Like I am almost finished reading 📖 it in one-day
This book was really good. I didn’t like how people treated him like he was the bad guy when he was nothing like Damon at all or her father. I like how her father apologized for his mistakes, but her ex-husband didn’t. It’s crazy how she didn’t call Jacey she had his number she should’ve ignored Damon when was a teenager. I did crack up when her son was evil towards Jacey he was scared of the poor boy until he started to become friendly towards Jacey. Plus Maya treated him Jacey wrong in my own opinion I understand that she was in an abusive relationship but the way he treated him was wrong but cry when he got smart with her. Knowing he had feelings for her like girl what do you suspect. Then when he was all over the women and flirting she got jealous of it, I said finally she gave into her feelings for him, it took him to talk and flirt with other women for her to see she did love him and that he didn’t use her children to sex her. I was with him when he got mad at her when he stated that. I’m like the woman didn’t you realize this man isn’t like Damon or your father and that he was in love with you since grade school. I mean high school. But you were too blind to see him.
Oh, I did think that her ex-husband was going to get out jail and start something, but he didn’t. Also, I knew something was up with her eight years old son and the reason why he acted out glad he confined in Jace and told him the reason.
Maya Bradley is on her own now. With the help of her dear friends, Zoey and Addy, she’s determined to give her children the lives they deserve, away from their abusive father. But the journey is destined to be difficult, and she meets her first roadblock when she asks sexy, tattooed bar owner, Jayce Gilmore, for a job serving drinks.
Jayce has two reasons for not wanting to hire Maya. One: she deserves a more respectable job. And two: he’s been madly in love with her since he was a young boy. But when he finally realizes how desperate she is for work, he has no choice but to bring her on.
With Maya struggling to earn a living, get an education, and raise two children, Jayce finally finds himself in a position to help her. And though she isn’t interested in a relationship, Maya is showing definite signs of physical attraction. Jayce is sure he can keep his love hidden and fulfill her every fantasy. Unfortunately, he has severely underestimated the needs of his heart. As the moment of truth fast approaches, Maya must decide whether to break a tough guy’s heart, or open her fragile soul to the risks that come with loving again.