Wednesday, April 24, 2013

REVIEW: The Guilt Trip by Pat Simmons

Date:                         4/15/13
Title:                         The Guilt Trip
Author:                     Pat Simmons
ISBN 13:                    978-0802403803
Pages:                        368
Publisher:                 Lift Every Voice
Cover:                        Paperback
Rating:                      4 Stars

Aaron "Ace" Jamieson is quite the ladies man. He prided himself on not getting caught up with any drama. His "love and leave 'em" relationships didn't last longer than three months,
if that long; that's until he met Talise Rogers. Their chemistry was explosive. She did one thing the other women didn't. When he came to grips with his true feelings, he was ready to share them with his Tay. She also had something to share with him. When she droGuilpped the bomb, he reverted to his old ways and thought she was out to get him. What will become of their relationship?

In this second installment of the Jamieson Legacy, we follow Ace. Ace is a character afraid of being like his father. You are drawn in from the beginning. I had a hard time putting the book down. I particularly like how Simmons incorporate some history and biblical principles without going overboard. If you enjoy reading about forgiveness and redemption, this is the book for you.

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