After serving in the Marine Corps, Jessie Monroe has finally found a life beyond war. He’s focused on being an EMT and helping his best friend rescue dogs until he happens upon a curvy blonde stranded with a flat tire and no jack.
On the run from her past, Dori Graham is slow to trust any man, and she tries to ignore the spark of interest she feels for her handsome savior, but a friendship grows between them.
When Dori’s past invades her new life, Jessie vows to rescue her. Saving her will take him beyond duty and into his own personal hell. Calling upon his training as a Marine and the depth of his feelings for Dori, Jessie will need the mental strength to battle to save her and, ultimately, save himself.
This was the perfect continuation of Loving Jessie’s Girl, it picked up right where that one left off and delivered the answers we needed. Of course we do get more of Jessie’s story on this one and in some spots I felt in to to much retelling of what I just read in the first book (but that was OK, had there been time in between reading the two books that would have been greatly appreciated). The Author did a great job picking out the perfect women for these boys. I was left with some questions, but sometimes I like that…