Lark captured my heart and as I got to know her better and her inner dialogue was a mirror image of my own thoughts and at that point this sassy girl who felt like nobody wanted her took a piece of my soul.
Clay came into this book as if he were made of hostility and resentment; his interactions with Lark were venomous and yet the underlying chemistry he and Lark had made it impossible for him to hold onto the hate he had kept simmering inside him for years.
My chest ached continuously right along with Lark every time someone shot a nasty look her way or uttered a vile word under their breath the pain she felt was like a dagger to my heart. This woman that had so much love in her heart and the people that should have stood beside her turned their backs in the blink of an eye, I was thankful that she had Aurora in her life. She’s the type of friend everyone needs a little crazy and loyal to the core.
Guilty Pleasure is unequivocally my favorite Redemption Novel and my new favorite Jessica Prince book. A luring blend of intoxicating chemistry, alpha hero, sassy heroine, so many feels, from fluttery ovaries to heart wrenching pain, and every feel in between, witty banter, and steam.
The only thing worse than living in a town where everyone hates you is having to work for the man who broke your heart.
Redemption, Tennessee held nothing but painful memories that Lark Ashton had no desire to rehash. After the only man she’s ever loved crush her soul and spirit, and all her friends turned their backs on her, she swore to herself she’d never go back. But when her aunt calls, asking a favor she can’t possibly refuse, Lark finds herself public enemy number one . . . again.
Clay Morrison has spent seven years trying to convince himself he’s no longer in love with Lark Ashton. But when the woman he thinks betrayed him and his family returns, she brings with her a whole slew of feelings he’s worked hard to ignore. Now he can’t get the bane of his existence out of his head.
She’s in desperate need of a job. He can’t resist the chance to have her at his mercy.
And they’re both about to discover what happens when the most intense passion they’ve ever felt is with a person they hate.
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