Tuesday, March 29, 2016

A Nun Walks Into A Bar

After growing up in an abbey, orphan Sadie Ross becomes Sister Abigail Eunice. Her life and career are on track until a chance meeting with a handsome stranger in a place no nun should ever go. 

Ryder Carsen’s sister is missing, and he doesn’t have time for distractions. But when a pretty nun walks into his bar, he can’t ignore his attraction to her, even though she’s not the “sister” he’s looking for. He’s relieved when she walks out of his life for what he believes is forever. 

Sadie’s life takes a surprising detour when she finds her path crossed with Ryder’s once again. 

When they are brought back together, Ryder knows he’s found the only woman he’ll ever love, but time is running out for his sister. 

Will Ryder save his sister from the men who took her? 

When a source far too close to home threatens Sadie, will she trust Ryder enough to let him save her too?

4.5 from me on this cute read.
Said Ross is a cute headstrong woman who has spent all her life in a convent with her Auntie( The Mother Superior of course). So when one day Sister Abigail Eunice, is kicked out of the nest by her aunt. She is heartbroken, but as the self proclaimed "Worst nun ever" was having her own doubts she cant help but face the real world. 
Ryder spends the first part of this book searching for his sister who has some issues of her own. Drugs, wrong people, and so much more. Yet Ruder is blaming himself. Then a nun, yes a NUN walks into his bar. And he cannot stop thinking of her.
As Sadie adjusts to life on the outside she finds herself intrigued by Ryder. 
And here lies my only major issue... Talk about your ultimate pure little damsel. Cant get much purer than growing up in the Abbey. I really enjoy how the relationship progresses between these 2, and I LOVE that Sadie is NOT a weak dimwit. She is a headstrong, stubborn, and intelligent woman. 

Tracey Jane Jackson is the NY Times Bestselling author of the popular Cauld Ane Series and has over half a million books in print.

Tracey was born and raised in New Zealand and with an American father, Scottish grandmother, and Kiwi mother, it's no doubt she has a unique personality.

She has been happily married and gooey in love with her husband for over twenty years. They live in the Pacific Northwest with their two sons.



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