I’m country, through and through.
I keep to myself, minding my father’s land and take care of my two younger brothers.
I like to think of myself as a law-abiding citizen.
I mean - what the law doesn’t know doesn’t hurt, right?
My life was simple and neat, until little Miss Shyla showed up one day.
The feisty woman was determined to put me in my place, however she was expecting to meet a boy, and not a man.
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About the Author
Sapphire Knight is the Internationally Bestselling Author of Secrets, Exposed, Relinquish, Corrupted and Forsaken Control. Her books all reflect on what she loves to read herself.
Sapphire is a Texas girl who is crazy about football. She has always had a knack for writing, whether it is poems or stories. She originally studied psychology and that has only added to her passion for writing. She has two boys and has been married for ten years. When she's not busy in her writing cave, she's busy playing with her three Doberman Pinschers. She loves to donate to help animals and watching a good action movie.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A relatively low angst second chance romance mixed with Southern charm and a bit of steamy goodness. Clyde is the typical stubborn alpha male and even when I wanted to shake him, I couldn't help but like him. I did get a bit frustrated with Shyla's manipulations to get back in Clyde's good graces. With opening after opening, I kept wondering why she wouldn't just tell him rather than play more games. We do have a small bit of drama in the last quarter of the story that left me somewhat confused about what it actually added to the story, but all in all, it's an easy read of second chances and never forgetting your first love.
Everyone deserves a second chance. Clyde was determined not to get one. He'd been rejected in front of too many people when he asked the girl he loved to marry him. Years later he's still angry about it when the all grown up Shyla moves back to town. He doesn't make it easy. There are plenty of outside influences that work against them but this southern female enlists the advice of her best friend and her mother who each has very different ideas about how to get your man. You'll find humor, southern charm and stubbornness, steam, tricky situations, likable characters, and a couple you will cheer on all the way. I enjoyed the story and the one problem I had was cleared up by the end of the book. Reviewed for Words Turn Me On.