Book Review: “Trusting Jack” by Beth Hale

About The Authorbeth

Beth Hale writes about what she knows: strong, Southern women and the men who love them. She twines believable characters, realistic circumstances, and heart-felt emotions together to create sassy, sexy contemporary romances. She draws inspiration from the every day life problems we all face, and expands them into vivid, interesting, hard-to-put-down stories.

She lives in small-town Mississippi with her own real-life hero and two children. They share the house with a variety of pets. When she is not working her “day job” as an E-911 dispatcher, you can find her curled up on her couch, with a blanket, coffee, and notebook.

She is the author of the Unexpected Emotion Series and the Magnolia Series.

About The Book

tjAfter a devastating divorce, Emma is picking up the pieces of her shattered heart and life. Her first step is reclaiming her old job as personal assistant to famous actress Norah Jackson. Work takes her to London, where she meets sexy fledgling actor Jack Brandon. The sizzling attraction is immediate and mutual.

Little by little, Emma begins to open her heart again. But Jack has a past, too. And it’s come back to haunt him, wreaking havoc on their budding romance. Can Emma let go of the hurt and learn to trust Jack completely? Or is their relationship doomed to be a one act play?

My Review

A Passionate Love Story

Fighting through the pain of divorce, as well as, mental abuse, Emma has a second chance at love. Naturally, she has trust issues that creates a barrier. Jack shows her what true love is, the kind that slowly chips away at the barrier until it is no more.

This is a heartfelt story of finding love again after a deep heartbreak. It begins with a passion between Jack and Emma that leads to the truest kind of love.

Purchase your copy of Trusting Jack today!

Coming up Next –  Scheduled books and short stories for my Review List are: (may change at any time)
Haunting Megan by Rebecca Riley (Finished – Review Coming)
Trafficking by Bill Ward (Currently Reading)
Beyond the Hidden Sky (Star Trails Tetralogy Book 1) by Marcha Fox
Jem by Michelle Abbott
Everything to Lose – Gavin Shawlens Thriller #2 by Gordon Bickerstaff
Jazz Baby by Beem Weeks
Glade by Harmony Kent
Captured Lies by Maggie Thom
My GRL by John Howell
The One Enlightened by Yvette Calleiro
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She Dies at the End by A. M. Manay
Daydream’s Daughter, Nightmare’s Friend by Nonnie Jules
Shadow of the Drill by Rhani D’Chae
The Black Fox by Gordon Bickerstaff
Bound by the Summer Prince by Mistral Dawn
Home at Last by Jan Sikes
Toxic Minds by Gordon Bickersaff


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