Monday, January 23, 2012

Book Review: Guilty by Association

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Guilty by Association
Pat Simmons

4 Stars

In Guilty by Association by Pat Simmons, it shows that family will always be there in any time of need. Kidd Jamieson is a troubled kid living in Boston with his mother and little brother. Kidd has been holding onto anger toward his father for not taking a part in his life. Kidd’s anger has been blocking him from opportunities until his distant cousin makes an appearance.
Cameron Jamieson sees the struggle within Kidd’s life and decides to help him discover that he is an 11th generation descendant of a royal African tribe. Kidd does not want anything to do with the Jamieson name but Cameron will take no for an answer. Cameron’s brother, Parke offers Kidd the opportunity to move to St. Louis to work. Kidd is not fond of the arrangements until he meets Eva. Will Kidd turn in his hard-core image for love?

Eva is a dedicated worker who is studying to become a nurse. When Eva meets Kidd, he offers to help her study for an exam by quizzing her. Eva feels a connection to Kidd but has strict expectations for the man that will become her mate. Eva cannot ignore her feelings for Kidd but can also not ignore Kidd’s behavioral problems. Will Eva give him a chance?

Guilty by Association is about family and new beginnings. This book expressed a clear understanding about family support and that you do not have to carry the burden alone. The Jamieson family is a spiritually oriented family that readers will be able to relate to. This book was entertaining and provided a clear and consistent storyline. I cannot wait to read book two in this series. I recommend Guilty by Association to others.

This book was provided by TyWebbin Creations for review purposes.

Teresa Beasley
A&RBC Reviews

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