The Passion Price
Angelina wasn't able to stop her son anymore. He wanted to know about his father…who was probably in jail. Jake was a dangerous young man. At sixteen, Angelina fell for him in an instant and she ended up pregnant after just one night. Circumstances broke them apart before she ever had a chance to tell him, and she assumed she'd never see him again... When Jake reappears in her life, he’s not behind bars—he’s a lawyer. And he wants to continue where they left off. But she can't forget the pain she experienced in the past...
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- a new way to say, "You have a child." 5
- JAB 05/17/2015 2 people found the following review helpful
The beginning did have me on edge because the hero is a minor criminal for having sex with a minor. I did love the hero's adoptive parents for taking him in and raising him. It takes a lot to raise a kid who has probably closed his heart to many. I like that there is a difference in how the hero has matured. The hero and heroine meet when the hero is taking his mom to see a winery that the heroine owns. I found it interesting of how shocked the heroine wast to learn that the hero cleaned up his act and became a lawyer. One of the other things that I liked about his story was that their child wasn't the usual five years old but fifteen years old. It did make me a little sorry that both son and father missed out on a lot of bonding. I understand that the heroine is reluctant to tell the hero of being a father because mothers are sensitive to their children and she has no idea of if the father will be good. However, the hero does have a right to know. They do spend some time together but I couldn't believe that they had sex before the heroine told the hero about his son. The next thing had me bouncing out of my chair when the son went to the hero to tell him the truth. The hero does have aright to get angry at the heroine and the heroine does throw some punches. The thing is that they both make accurate arguments: the hero finding out that he is a father of a fifteen year old and the heroine trying to see if the hero is good enough for his son. I do love the mother of the heroine for her words of wisdom. The countdown to the ending was good because it did list issues and such. I liked it.
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