Fate and Forever (A Pound of Flesh #2.5) by Sophie Jackson
Sophie Jackson’s award-winning Pound of Flesh novels reignite “that feeling of sneaking risqué books under the bedcovers with a flashlight” (RT Book Reviews)! Join her millions of online fans with this irresistible enovella that takes the intimate relationship between a gutsy prison tutor and her sexy bad-boy student to the ultimate level.
When tutor Kat Lane met her brooding, dangerously tempting student Wesley Carter behind bars, she never dreamed of the day she would be excitedly planning for their wedding. It won’t be long before they’re man and wife, and neither Kat nor Carter can wait. But as they settle into the joyful haze of nearly-newlywed bliss, all their friends seem to be one step ahead. Everywhere they turn, couples are becoming parents, and the longing in Kat’s eyes worries Carter. What if she gets baby fever…and he’s not so sure? Carter’s childhood was rough, and his father was no example for how to be an upstanding man—or a good parent. Can Carter create a happy, safe, supportive home for his future children with Kat—the life he never had growing up? He had better figure it out soon…because Kat just told him she needs to take a pregnancy test.
4 out of 5 stars
Awesome little read that's a great addition to the series.
I really liked Kat and Carter story, their were some ups and downs as they experience wedded bliss and it created great drama and emotion. Carter can be so gruff but he's such a good guy at heart.
There was a nice update on Max and Grace, which was awesome. I really enjoyed learning more about Riley and getting some insight into him. He’s someone who I am totally curious about. I’m excited for his story next in A Measure of Love. He seems like a complicated guy with a dark and complicated history.
I thought the writing was solid, it pulled me in. Loved the multiple POV's and different perspectives. I really love these characters and as weird as it is to say, I enjoy their struggles because they make for such an excellent story.
Loved the bit of playfulness at the end and the heat mixed in throughout. A well rounded, quick read. I enjoyed it. :-)
Complimentary copy received for honest review.
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