Review of Jesse by Sharon Srock

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Jessica Cooper married the love of her life right after high school graduation only to have her happily-ever-after dreams burned to cinders the night her husband broke her arm in a fit of rage. Twelve years later Jesse says yes to Garrett’s proposal, convinced it’s finally her turn to have the life and love she’s always longed for, with a man who can be trusted to hold those dreams safe. When Garrett is accused of the unthinkable and her ex-husband turns up on her doorstep, offering apologies and undying love, who should she believe?


Garrett Saxton is a respected, by-the-book high school counselor. Everything changed the night one of his female students showed up after-hours hysterical, and begging for his help. Unable to send her away, he calls for a chaperone and offers what comfort he can until reinforcements arrive. Now he’s accused of rape and paternity by the student he tried to help and his future with Jesse is ending before it began.


With a manipulative ex-husband who will stop at nothing to get what he wants, career ending accusations, and the threat of legal action, everything seems to be spiraling out of control. How can Jesse and Garrett overcome the challenges to their happiness and salvage the promise of a life together?

My Review:

This is a book that once you start reading you will not want to put down. The characters are so, I felt like I was there with them. I love the description of everything in the book. This is part of a series, you don’t have to in order but you will want to read the other books. I am definitely looking forward to reading the next book in thee series.
The book starts out with Jesse getting engaged to Garnett but then her Ex shows up and tries to prevent it. Then there is also Carrie, a student at the school when Garnett is an counselor tries to ruin him but not really on purpose. There is definitely some excitement at times in the book.
I love the inspirational part of the book, loved how the characters talk to God and how God was with them through everything.
I was given an complementary copy of the book from the author. I was not required to write an positive review. This is my own opinion.


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