Fear: You can run, Or you can fight.


Sandy’s Review: December 13, 2014
5 of 5 Stars
Author: Jacqueline M. Sinclair

Max Whitman
One split second decision at fifteen years old and darkness owned his soul. An ex con who knows freedom is a word tossed around by those who’ve never experienced confinement…those that don’t know the past binds you like a chain around your throat. It gives you just enough slack to choke yourself when you run after the things you want…and he wants Catherine Shaffer.

While the evil of his past battles with the goodness she brings to his life, Max knows sooner or later, one will defeat the other.

Will helping her bring him the salvation he craves, or will it be what pushes him over the edge?

Catherine Shaffer
She has one goal before she checks out on life, finding her parents. The burning desire to ask them why they gave her up motivates every choice she’s made…that and a single promise.

Meeting Max Whitman puts her on a path that will lead her to the dark truth, but can he be trusted?

FEAR is erotic fiction that contains adult material, explicit sexual situations and vulgar language. It is intended for mature readers


This author was kind enough to gift me a copy of her book for my honest review. I have to say, when I first started this book I had my doubts because I was in a book rut. I had started 10 different books and haven’t been able to finish them, until this one. I really enjoyed this book. It had a little bit of everything. A little bit of action, suspense, and hot sex. Whats a book without hot sex, right? Catherine is hell bent on finding her birth parents. Max Whitman enters her life and he tries to stay out of trouble. Once Max meets Catherine, their is an undeniable connection between them. He doesn’t want Catherine to know about his past. How will she react if she finds out? Max was in juvenile prison when he was 15 years old. He’s not proud of his past. Can Catherine bring light to his darkness?

I give this book a 5 star and look forward to reading future books from this author.

By Between The Sheets Book Reviews Posted in Romance

One comment on “Fear: You can run, Or you can fight.

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