Jamecia has her mind made up concerning Jacob. He’s arrogant, intrusive, and hard to deal with. Nevertheless, underneath all of his attitude, there’s a man with a good heart and gifted mind. Now, if she can only get past the fact that he’s Caucasian.
God has made no mistakes when He created tones of skin, and Jacob is sure that a beautiful woman is just that, a beautiful woman. He has learned to love in spite of and to appreciate the differences with respect. The only thing that’s hard for him to get beyond is a mean and quick to command woman.
A smart judgment call by a friend and a need to escape, brings these two to a space where they both have to deal with each other’s flaws.
Will Jacob fall for the woman he can’t seem to stand at the moment? And if he does, can he and their friends convince Jamecia that love has no barriers and is not restricted by racial differences?
Two broken people don’t make a whole. But together, they might have a chance at redemption.
Regina O’Shea is used to being tested. As a talented salesperson and strong-willed woman in a male-dominated industry, she has to be prepared for whatever they throw at her. But losing her lover to her good friend and client is the one thing she never expected—and her walls start coming down. The pain cuts her deep. And when everything starts falling apart, she feels like a spectacle, while everyone around watches her crumble.
Beck Gallagher is a master of pain. A painter and tattoo artist, he makes his living memorializing the heartache of others. Beck has his own deep-rooted agony to deal with. But when he meets a broken young woman, the pain he lives with takes on a whole new meaning, and might be the one thing to save Regina from her own, or send her spiraling over the edge.