Wrong to Need You

Wrong to Need You

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"Accused of a crime he didn't commit, Jackson Kane fled his home, his name, and his family. Ten years later, he's come back to town: older, wiser, richer, tougher--and still helpless to turn away the one woman he could never stop loving, even after she married his brother. Sadia Ahmed can't deal with the feelings her mysterious former brother-in-law stirs, but she also can't turn down his offer of help with the cafe she's inherited. While he heats up her kitchen, she slowly discovers that the boy she adored has grown into a man she's simply unable to resist. An affair is unthinkable, but their desire is undeniable. As secrets and lies are stripped away, Sadia and Jackson must decide if they're strong enough to face the past...and step into a future together."--Page [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : Avon Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2017.
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780062566751
Characteristics: 358 pages ; 17 cm.


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Mar 08, 2018

4+ Stars

Second book by Alisha Rai that I have read and I'm really enjoying her story-telling. Of the two I've read, they are both multi-faceted and wonderfully developed. More than anything, though, I absolutely fell in LOVE with the hero, Jackson Kane. Oh my goodness, he was such a beautifully and uniquely written hero. I think I've found my favorite book hero from this year, so far. *swoons*

PimaLib_JessicaP Jan 04, 2018

Jackson Kane and Sadia Ahmed grew up in the same town, as good friends. When Sadia started dating Jackson's brother Paul, some distance grew—and grew even further when Jackson was accused of burning down the flagship store of the grocery chain his family once owned. Now, Jackson is back, and Sadia is a widow, but neither is certain about doing anything about their unspoken attraction to each other. Add in all the family dynamics, and you've got a whole other mess. The angst goes up to eleven in this story of a second chance at love.

As with Rai's other books, this one is easy to devour, no matter how much you might want to savor the language of each character's emotions, and you'll close the book wanting nothing but the next one. While best if read after Hate to Want You, the first in the series, this book can be read as a standalone.


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