A one-night stand with the boss was never in her plans. Neither was falling in love . . .
The rumors are true. I’m a hot mess with an awful track record at love. Single mom. Down on her luck. Yeah, I’m bad news.
If the hardest part of moving back home to Jackson Harbor was going to be people talking, I’d be fine. I’ve kept my chin up through worse than their decade-old gossip.
I was wrong. The hardest part is resisting my boss. Brayden Jackson is the very picture of tall, dark, and handsome. And thanks to an ill-advised one-night stand we had seven months ago, I know exactly what I’m missing when I turn him down. Every. Single. Delicious. Inch.
But I have my son to care for and my job to keep, so I’ll keep on saying no.
Until my string of bad luck continues, and suddenly my precious four-year-old and I find ourselves with nowhere to live. At Christmas, no less. It’s for my son that I accept Brayden’s offer to stay at his place. One by one, my defenses are falling, as fast as I am. If Brayden was smart, he’d run, because it’s only a matter of time before he realizes he deserves better than what a girl like me can offer.
Unless, for once, my bad luck is leading me exactly where I need to be.
Wrapped in Love is a sexy Christmas romance and the fourth standalone book in The Boys of Jackson Harbor series. All books in this series can be read as standalones.
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Unconditional love story fantastic!
I have enjoyed this entire series!!! These books wrap you up and take you inside the Jackson family. Each sibling over coming their own battles in love to find their happily ever after. It’s not as easy as movies make it out to be. People have baggage that sometimes they carry for a long time until they meet the right person to tear down the walls and let someone in. Brayden is a character that to me is a pillar for his family. Stepping in when his father passed, taking over the business, keeping the family home, working long hours to make sure it’s successful, and never asking for anything in return. Brayden wasn’t looking for anything until he met Molly and didn’t realize he needed her just as much as she needed him. Molly opens the mind to see how society always calls the girl bad names when the guys are idolized. Unfortunately the underlying reason for a lot of girls are trying to find love for feel excepted or in Molly’s case erase a memory. Your heart goes out to her and the injustice she faces and even after years of building a life for herself. I wish that in the book Molly the would have found the courage with the Jackson family to be a advocate or hold a banquet(maybe another book) and reach out to girls in the community so they wouldn’t feel alone. Especially since there are creeps in the town that like to take advantage. The ending still had me in tears a d as I read the other series I hope to see Molly find her strength!
— Also in Levi story when he was at the lake with Ellie he sees Bryden and Molly together arguing??? Where was that?
The feelings between the two characters this book focuses on are intense! Trying to escape her former reputation, Molly is willing to give up the love that she feels for Brayden for what she thinks is the right thing to do. Trying to do the right thing but still holding back his true feelings from her, Brayden chances losing his forever. Man! I could hardly stop reading this book. I literally stayed up all night to finish it. I couldn’t sleep until I knew how it would end.