Summary: Cheney Reynolds’ condemnation has imprisoned her heart and her faith. She only believes in what she can control, because she can’t forgive herself for having an abortion when she was a teenager. When she befriends her womanizing neighbor she opens up to love again. Will she have a happy ending this time or lose her faith forever?
Parke “PJ” Jamieson VI is as arrogant as his namesake. He is a descendant of African kings, which in his eyes, has given him license to be a ladies’ man. But when he befriends his unattractive neighbor Cheney, he finds himself falling in love for the first time.
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