Good Fridays by Dee Ellis


Crystal Cove gives people a chance to redeem themselves

Beckett Potter came to Crystal Cove for redemption. To give himself over to the church and the town that his family took so much from. Potters know nothing but taking, but he’s not like his family. But when he meets Eve at church, all he can think of is taking. Taking her, owning her, making her his. Beckett lost his innocence a long time ago.

Eve is a lot more innocent than she looks. Just twenty-one, she looks like a tempting pin-up with her curves and rock-a-billy style but knows little about temptation. Religion kept her sheltered even though it also brought her peace. That is, at least, until the new deacon makes her suddenly want some sinful things!

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