Come to Me Recklessly
By A. L. Jackson
From the acclaimed bestselling author of Lost to You and When We Collide comes a New Adult novel of one woman's obsession: a man who's as passionate as he is elusive - and as tempting as he is trouble...
A novel of one woman's obsession: a man who's as passionate as he is elusive - and as tempting as he is trouble...from the acclaimed bestselling author of Lost to You and When We Collide
Love turned him off . . .
Christopher Moore gave up on the idea of 'the one' years ago. Now, his life is an endless string of parties and an even longer string of girls. Enjoying the perks with none of the emotional mess, he's convinced everyone that he's satisfied - everyone but himself.
Until she turned him on . . .
Samantha Schultz has moved on with her life. Finishing her student teaching and living with her boyfriend, she's deluded herself into believing she's content. But there is one boy she never forgot-her first love - and she keeps the memory of him locked up tight. She will never allow any man to break her the way Christopher did.
When Christopher's sister and her family move into a new neighborhood, Christopher is completely unprepared to find Samantha living at the end of the street. Memories and unspent desires send them on a collision course of sex, lies and lust. But when guilt and fear send Samantha running, Christopher will have to fight for what has always been his.
'Achingly beautiful, heart wrenching . . . few books have EVER reached my heart as deeply as this one did. I highly, highly recommend it!' Aesta's Book Blog on 'Take This Regret'
A. L. Jackson spends her days writing in Southern Arizona where she lives with her husband and three beautiful children. She is the author of Lost to You, When We Collide, Take This Regret, and Pulled.
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06 Aug 2015
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As always, A.L. Jackson knows how to tap human emotion. Every word she writes bleeds meaning . . . Simply breath-taking — Gail McHugh, New York Times bestselling author
Intense . . . touching — RT Book Reviews