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Her heart yearns for the priest, but theirs is a forbidden love…

In order to start fresh after a bitter romance, Sydney has just returned to her job as a high school teacher. Just as she does, the man who caused her unforgivable pain, Father Kendall, suddenly appears at her house. He’s not wearing his robes. He’s in a suit and tells Sydney to call him Jarod, not Father Kendall. Sydney’s not sure what’s going on. Is it okay for her to love a man like him now? She won’t go back to being controlled by the passionate kiss they once shared. He is God’s servant, not someone she should marry…

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I really found this story to be greatly invigorating and fresh. It brought such a new perspective to the harlequin romance. The heroine is nursing a heartbreak from falling in love with a catholic priest. She went so far as to leave her teacher's job and spend months in nature. During this time, the priest a.k.a the hero did some heavy reflection on what to do since he's a man of the cloth who has fallen for a mortal woman. He decides that after a decade of serving God as a priest, he's going to leave the priesthood to be with the heroine and this turns a lot of heads. Sadly, the poor heroine fears that she has sinned greatly for "straying" a good man like the hero away from God. Add this in with her life-long insecurity that she's not worthy or loved. So, she avoids and runs from the hero multiple time with the hero constantly chasing and reassuring her that she's loved and they can do it if they're together. They do face a lot of obstacles from the heroine's parents who later support them when they see what their words have wrought on the heroine as well as the church. Personally, I found it ridiculous that some committee members were against the hero being a counselor because he left the priesthood. He greatly qualifies since listening and adding sensible advice was one of his holy tasks. One of the things I liked is the heroine facing unknown future and taking courage in facing the hero when he finally leaves after her constant behavior of not believing in him. She finally figures out what her heart and head feel and gets them to agree on one thing: they love the hero. Now, she chases after the hero only to find him in a church. She pulls this great open heart with the hero and he accepts it all. We get a great child with their child's baptism and the whole family there to support and love the moment. It was such a good story and I definitely recommend everyone to read this one.

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