He’s fighting to reclaim his family.
And he’s playing to win.
Two years ago, Sam Bailey lost the two people who mattered most. Now his daughter needs him. Despite their still-powerful attraction, Tara isn’t ready to trust her estranged husband again. But Sam sees a chance to fight for their future, to redeem himself in Tara’s eyes. He needs them to be a family again—even better and stronger than before…
About the Author
USA TODAY Bestselling Author Jules Bennett has penned more than 50 novels during her short career. She's married to her high school sweetheart, has two active girls, and is a former salon owner. Jules can be found on Twitter, Facebook (Fan Page), and her website julesbennett.com. She holds contests via these three outlets with each release and loves to hear from readers!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Touching read! Great story line full of doubt, worry, redemption, love and second chances. Loved the characters and the amazing connections they have. Loved this book, don't miss out. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book; all opinions expressed are my own.
For Their Child’s Sake is third book on Jules Bennett’s Return to Stonerock series. This book dealt with several serious topics: Addiction and amnesia. Sam Bailey has never stopped loving his wife and his daughter, Marley. When Marley is involved in a freak accident, he discovers a way to rekindle the love he’s never given up on and at the same time help his daughter recover. While Tara his wife remembers all to well what his addiction has done to her family, she agrees to allow him back into their home to help their daughter recover from amnesia. I enjoyed every minute of this book. From watching Sam deal with his painful past and seeking to redeem himself in Tara’s eyes to seeing if Tara will trust in their love and give him a second chance. Will Tara forgive Sam and find a way to love him again? Will Marley recover her memory and will Sam find a way back to his family? For Their Child’s Sake is a heartwarming read that I highly recommend. I’d like to disclose that I received an advance copy of this book that I voluntarily chose to read and review. This is my honest opinion.