Vow of Atonement

Vow of Atonement

by Emma Renshaw

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A bossy Army vet determined to atone for his mistakes with the only girl he's ever loved. A sassy boutique owner trying to shield her broken heart.

Roman stole every part of Harper's heart and soul over a decade ago and left without giving her back the pieces. She's spent the past decade trying to forget him and everything he made her feel.

When a mysterious figure shows up, changing her life with just a few sentences, she does the unthinkable--calls the man who left her shattered all those years ago.

Roman storms back into Harper's life with a vengeance, determined to prove he is worthy of a second chance. He vows to keep her safe from the danger that has darkened her door.

But they're both pawns in someone else's game. And this vow might just be broken before the game is over...

This can be read as a standalone with a HEA. It is book 2 in the Vow Series-- a series of interconnected standalones.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162031215
Publisher: Just Read Books, LLC.
Publication date: 09/05/2018
Series: Vow Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 213,849
File size: 560 KB

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Vow of Atonement 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series! On to the next book in this series
BookAddictLive More than 1 year ago
What a great story this is, so heartbreaking and beautiful in places, especially when Roman and Harper  are together. Harper’s new landlord wants more than she is willing to give. After a call to the love of her life Roman, even though they have been separated for 10 years. Roman arrives in Texas to help find out whats happening. This book had it all, murder, corruption, love and great friendships. Harper is lucky she had a great support system with friends, as her family was murdered. I loved James and her great group of friends. I would love to get inside his head. This is written with dual narration allowing us inside Roman and Harper’s head, as I said before my favourite way to read.  I haven’t read Emma Renshaw, that’s going to change as I love plenty of action in a well written story. So I’m looking to read more of the vow series. I must admit I do love the separated lovers that still love each other. As soon as they see each other you can feel it in the air the love and passion that they can’t hide.