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Broken: The Sequel to The Preacher’s Son By B.D. Anderson
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Maxine James has been broken. When she was just thirteen, an act of unspeakable violence ended the innocence of her childhood. She was abducted and violated on her way home from school. Now... More > twenty-six, the terror of her teen years is never far from her mind. She fears she won’t be able to overcome her past to enjoy a normal, healthy relationship with a man. She lives with her sister, Nadine, and her husband, Eric, and even though they are sympathetic to her trauma, home life is a challenge. Nadine’s brother in law, Matthew has never been quiet about his feelings regarding his brother Eric’s marriage. He has also never been quiet about his dislike of Max, a woman he feels is too outspoken for her own good. Neither of them want to admit the undeniable attraction which is at the root of their animosity, but their siblings know what’s really the cause of all that tension. Max and Matthew are persuaded to go on a “pretend” date and the date turns out to be anything but pretend.< Less
Broken: The Sequel to the Preacher’s Son By B.D. Anderson
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Maxine James has been broken. When she was just thirteen, an act of unspeakable violence ended the innocence of her childhood. She was abducted and violated on her way home from school. Now... More > twenty-six, the terror of her teen years is never far from her mind. She fears she won’t be able to overcome her past to enjoy a normal, healthy relationship with a man. She lives with her sister, Nadine, and her husband, Eric, and even though they are sympathetic to her trauma, home life is a challenge. Nadine’s brother in law, Matthew has never been quiet about his feelings regarding his brother Eric’s marriage. He has also never been quiet about his dislike of Max, a woman he feels is too outspoken for her own good. Neither of them want to admit the undeniable attraction which is at the root of their animosity, but their siblings know what’s really the cause of all that tension. Max and Matthew are persuaded to go on a “pretend” date and the date turns out to be anything but pretend.< Less