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Shelves: contemporary , 2-star , read , paper , naughty-stick This was a disappointing read for me. Andrew Jackson Rule, newly released from Angola prison after serving 15 years for the murder of his father, heads to New Orleans to start putting his new life together.

After walking into town when a short This was a disappointing read for me. After walking into town when a short run-in with a woman at a country store causes him to miss his bus, he sets himself up in a dingy apartment in a bad part of town.

He buys an old Harley from a junk shop and sets out to find himself a job. So I think your average romance reader can predict how the story goes. The preacher father will disapprove of Jackson then have a crisis of faith over being judgemental.

Circumstances will change, some sort of truth will out and the HEA bursts onto the scene. But, whatever. I read Harlequins by the milk crate. What I do begrudge is a formula plainly told to me. What McCall failed to do was make her idea for a story come to life. She was constantly telling me what people did and what exactly they were thinking. Lest I ever wonder what anybody might be thinking at any point, she liberally hops from head to head to let me know.

No character is spared, no matter how ephemeral their presence. As a result, the plot is just so obvious. He also had a comfortable bank balance sitting around from when he was working at a grocery as a 14 and 15 year old.

Could she have contrived any more obviously to fit him to the genre standard for heroes? Can we get on to giving these people personalities yet?


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