Luke - Anna Scott

Luke

By Anna Scott

  • Release Date: 2018-03-23
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 166 Ratings

Description

They've both suffered. Time to grasp the love still within reach, and hold on. 
When a Dallas policeman and veteran loses his best friend to suicide, he's determined to show his friend's sister that they belong together, not only in grief but in good times. But showing her they're more than friends won't be easy.

Luke Jackson, Dallas policeman, has seen death before. But this time, it's his best friend Nolan who's dead--by his own hand. Leaving Luke to comfort Nolan's younger sister, the woman Luke left behind when he and Nolan enlisted in the Armed Forces together. Luke will do anything for Aurora … except walk away again. This time, he's by her side to stay.

Aurora Williams lost her father, then her mother, leaving only her big brother to comfort her. Now he's gone, and she's not sure how to bear the pain. Nolan's friends step up, five strong, alpha men grieving along with her. Luke especially--but when he moves in with her, is it for more than comfort? Aurora has been in love with him most of her life, but now she's afraid of reading him wrong. Does he feel the way she does? 

As trouble strikes, Luke is enraged that Aurora may be in danger. But when he comes on too strong, has he lost her for good? Or can they find their way from friends to lovers, and beyond?

This is the first book in A Redemption Romance Series by Anna Scott. Don't miss this sexy, poignant tale of love redeemed—get your copy of Luke today!

Reviews

  • Seriously good

    5
    By Lore132
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. The affect suicide has on the people left behind is real and covered with feeling. I found myself shedding a tear or two. The emotions were well written. I look forward to the next book in this series.
  • Luke, Redemption, Anna Scott, iTunes

    5
    By mctrmf53
    Great book. Had a hard time putting it down. Can’t wait to read Jake!
  • Couldn’t put it down

    5
    By voelker4
    Loved the strong female lead in this book. She was vulnerable but strong at the same time, which made for a very good read. The guys in the book were very well depicted and the tragic story they have and what they are dealing with brings to light what so many of our military families go through. It is sad to read but necessary to know about. This book was so good I had a hard time putting it down. Can’t wait to read about jake!
  • Luke- A Redemption Romance

    5
    By froeverlove345678
    This book was so amazing! The intensity of the story development and the intimacy of the relationship development really pulled together to make this such a page turner. I can’t wait to get my hands on the rest of the series
  • Luke by Anna Scott

    4
    By DeeLHC
    This book had me up half the night not wanting to put it down. Luke and Rory loving each other while learning to to be in a relationship while dealing with the loss of a loved one can be difficult. I will admit that Rory’s fantasy of Luke wearing his uniform and having his way with Rory in the bedroom was hot!!! I really can’t wait to read more of these books.
  • Luke

    5
    By Nessie0204
    It kept me wanting to read more I had a hard time putting it down! Very good book
  • Amazing!!!!

    4
    By melissa1011
    This book is such an amazing book. I cried, laughed and definitely smiled throughout it.
  • Luke

    2
    By canongal102
    I found the book lacking in depth. Obviously, the intent was to bring readers’ attention to subside and it’s affect on the community. The cutesy arrangements around the tragedy were not realistic or attention keeping.
  • Luke

    5
    By Blooms in Homestead
    Lust, romance, pain all roll into one amazing story. Love the characters and their complexity.
  • Luke

    4
    By Mela281
    I really liked the friendship dynamic between Luke and Aurora, and the fact that they both had mental walls that they addressed (eventually)! I also like the underlying comraderie and open support the guys give each other. There can never be enough PTSD awareness and support.