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Gossip. Drama. Religion.Welcome to Fair Hollow, Georgia. Small-town divorcee Jane Cohen’s got two goals in life: bury herself...
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Details of Obedience (Obedience Duet Book 1)
- Exact title of the book
- Obedience (Obedience Duet Book 1)
- Book author
- Alyssia Kirkhart
- Book edition
- Kindle Edition
- Number of pages
- 212 pages
- ISBN (ASIN)
- November 20th 2018 by Aurora Dream Press, LLC
- File size (in PDF)
- 848 kB
Some brief overview of book
Gossip. Drama. Religion.
Welcome to Fair Hollow, Georgia. Small-town divorcee Jane Cohen’s got two goals in life: bury herself in her role as a teacher and stay away from men. Bitter, some might say.
Self-preservation, Jane believes. She’s got it made, or so she thinks, until her boss-slash-ex-husband announces he’s shutting down the school she’s called her work-home for almost a decade. Father Tom Darrow has dedicated his life to the priesthood and Fair Hollow’s his first real parish, all on his own.
With a heart-crushing smile and the eyes of fallen angel, Tom’s no stranger to shunning temptation. Expect the unexpected, he always says. But when he finds Jane Cohen sobbing on a park bench, his hard-earned discipline begins to slip away.
She all but tells him to get lost. He makes her an offer she can’t refuse. But their budding friendship proves dangerous.
Tom has everything to lose. He’s never touched a woman, never sought the pleasures of the flesh. But one look from Jane Cohen, God forbid, one smile from her full, sensuous lips has him burning for what he can’t have.
Not and remain an ordained Catholic priest. Tom could be the soulmate she’s always dreamed of. Jane could be his deliverance or his destruction.
Author's Note: This book contains religious and romantic elements meant for character and entertainment value. The combined subject matter may be offensive to some readers.