He’s No Saint is the “OMG!” book of 2014 according to romance readers. It is “brilliantly written, well thought out, and refreshingly different.” Father Hugh, a strong alpha male, is destined to become your next book boyfriend. This book is emotionally powerful and will stay with you long after you finish reading.
Becoming a priest wasn’t his plan, but when the wealthy Tyler Oswin suffers a tragic loss, the safety of the church seemed the perfect place to find solace and peace. Now Father Hugh, he works and tries to do good but his carnal nature and bad boy desires always seems to get in the way of fully committing to his new profession.
Amy Lansing felt lost as a teenager after her father died and deals with her loneliness by joining the convent. She’s not living - she’s hiding. Holding onto the past is keeping her from dealing with her future and when she meets Father Hugh, her heart starts beating again, despite knowing that there can never be anything more than a friendship between them. A forbidden romance should be out of the question.
With all that has happened in the past, and the difficulty of their current situation, it seems that neither Tyler nor Amy will find the happily ever after they are both desperately searching for. But love has a way of bringing them together, only to find that his sins from the past will threaten their future.
He’s No Saint is a psychological and emotional love story for all who believe in fighting for love. It is a stand-alone novel written by AJ Harmon, author of the best-selling series First Class Novels.
“Phenomenal” and “Breathtakingly beautiful” is how this contemporary romance novel has been described by readers.
Elizabeth Williams has been fired from her job and evicted from her apartment. With all of her earthly possessions loaded in the back of her 16-year-old car, she drives until she needs a bathroom break. She finds herself in the sleepy coastal town of Port Lincoln, and in an instant, her life is once again turned upside down when two men vie for her attention: Dr. Ethan James, the handsome and eligible E.R. doc who saves her, not only once, but twice; and Captain Andrew Wentworth, the Navy man who ends up meaning more to her than she could ever imagine.