BLOOD OF HIS FATHERS
Sinners and Saints Book 1
Contemporary Romance / Suspense
Rating: 3 Cups
Yes, she hated hurting Tom, and even more she hated separating her son Jake from his father, but Jessica Addison knew that to stay married to a man she never loved is no way to live. She walked away from her marriage with the intention of discovering herself as a person, but Jessica is about to find out more than she ever wanted or needed to know.
To say he hates his father would be like saying people did not care for Hitler, but Jason McCormack knows firsthand the power and evil behind the public persona of Alexander McCormack, and it makes Hitler look like a humanitarian. He has no intention of letting one more innocent person suffer his father’s wrath, and to do that he will have to keep her very close.
It should have been a relatively boring evening going to her high school reunion, but for Jessica it turns out to be the beginning of a nightmare. She is virtually accosted by a man who awakens something in her body that she has never known, but it is his message to her that stops her heart. Her life and that of her son is in grave danger if she does not heed Jason’s demands, and doing so is frighteningly easy to accept, especially when the man makes no attempt to hide his desire for her. Jason wants Jessica in his life more than he could have ever imagined, but his father and the Cartel have an agenda that they will stop at nothing to see accomplished, and the life of one worthless inferior woman is of no consequence whatsoever.
From the very beginning of this book you get the sense that there is something truly evil lurking in the background. Jessica’s character is a complete conundrum in that she exhibits inexplicable emotions and reactions to what is going on around her, beginning with the fact that she leaves her son with a man she does not know or trust, but falls for regardless. Jason too wants Jessica to blindly follow his lead, but at every turn he refuses to come clean with whom and what he really is, and why his marrying her would in any way keep her safe. Jason is intimately aware of the atrocities his father is capable of, and as this plot unfolds these horrors are slowly revealed to the reader, if not always to Jessica.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More