Jacob McCoy wishes for a wife and a family. Tis the Season for miracles when a young woman shows up on his doorstep: homeless, in danger and expecting a child – Jacob’s child.
Their relationship is complicated by the fact that, A – they’ve never met before and B – she’s a virgin. Jessie is determined not to be a burden to the McCoy family. As far as she’s concerned, she is just passing through. Jacob has a different opinion – he wants Jessie in his life, in his bed and in his heart.
Jacob, a man with a heart of gold and a rock hard body, was so damn likable. He was sweet and loving to everyone, so how could Jessie not fall head over heels in love with him.
Jessie, she’s had a rough go in life. Her childhood was not a dream and her adult life was no breeze either. I’m glad she found her knight and life could finally turn around for her.
As for the plot, I read the story and my first thought was….”I hope sperm banks aren’t really this disorganized. That’s some crazy, messed up crap.” As for the idea behind the story, I thought it was fresh. I don’t recall ever reading a plot anything close to this one. Good job, Sable.
Heart rating system – 1 (lowest) and 5 (highest)
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