Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Review Wednesday presents: Crashing Into Me by RL Jackson

A review written by Carole P. Roman featured in Indie Author’s Monthly on Crashing Into Me by RL Jackson: 

Lana Mckensize knows what's it's like to crash and burn. Her life's been on a collision course with disaster for some time. Left at the altar by her cheating fiancé, she runs into him at a local market with his new lady love and promptly falls on the floor in an embarrassing spectacle. Crushed and embarrassed she makes a break for it, escaping to the safety of a friend's home out of town.

Little does she know this trip will change her life. Another collision brings a new man into her orbit. Everything about Kayden Capshaw rubs her the wrong way. Spoiled and entitled, the son of a socially prominent builder thinks he can buy his way out of everything. The one thing he can't buy is Lana's affection. Forced together during a storm, a steamy romance develops. This time the collision leads to love.

Kayden's manipulative mother has other plans throwing Lana's life once again into turmoil. Lana is forced to make hard choices, protecting the man she loves as well as her own future. Full of fascinating characters, RL Jackson writes a contemporary romance with enough twists to keep the reader engaged from start to finish.

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