Single mom Becca Norton is surprised to discover her high school crush Jared Donnelly is back in town. The motocross champion hasn’t been home in years, but the former bad boy is as gorgeous as she remembers. And his kindness toward her kids melts her heart. But when she learns his true purpose in town is to build a motocross school on land near her home, she has to put on the brakes. Her children’s welfare is her priority, and her former in-laws have made it clear they don’t approve of Jared or his plans. Soon Becca may have to choose between her heart…and her home.
I read a plethora of different genres. Even in romance and I love faith based because I know the story will be based on actual relationships and not sex and lust. The thought the titles were a little on the corny side so I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started reading. I was pleasantly surprised when I read Winning a Teacher’s Heart. It was actually excellent! The characters had depth and weren’t perfect. While the book had religious elements it wasn’t overwhelming at all. I want to read more in that series. Jared was perfect and I can’t wait to read more about his brothers.
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