Learning to Forgive

Learning to Forgive There is no boundary when it comes to love and lust David Sinclair has been in love with Molly ever since she walked into his life The problem is the Sinclair line is destined to only love one woman

  • Title: Learning to Forgive
  • Author: Sam Crescent
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There is no boundary when it comes to love and lust.David Sinclair has been in love with Molly ever since she walked into his life The problem is, the Sinclair line is destined to only love one woman At least, that is what he believes When he gets Molly pregnant through one night of passion, he does the right thing and marries her.After twenty five years of being in hisThere is no boundary when it comes to love and lust.David Sinclair has been in love with Molly ever since she walked into his life The problem is, the Sinclair line is destined to only love one woman At least, that is what he believes When he gets Molly pregnant through one night of passion, he does the right thing and marries her.After twenty five years of being in his dead wife s shadow, Molly demands a divorce When David refuses, she has no other choice than try to make it work She is in love with him and wants nothing than for him to whisper those same words.Can David rectify the sins of his past Will he be able to move on and accept that Molly is the woman he loves Or will he fail and finally know what loss truly means

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    About “Sam Crescent

    • Sam Crescent

      Sam Crescent is passionate about fiction She loves a good erotic romance and so it only made sense for her to spread her wings and start writing She began writing in 2009 and finally got that first acceptance in 2011 by Total E Bound She loved creating new characters and delving into the worlds that she creates When she s not panicking about a story or arguing with a character, she can be found in her kitchen creating all kinds of havoc Like her stories the creations in the kitchen can be just as dubious but sometimes things turn out great.



    642 thoughts on “Learning to Forgive

    • CAN'T READ THIS ONE EVERHERO TAKES HIS NEW WIFE FOR GRANTED AFTER HIS FIRST WIFE WAS SO AWESOME. BEING SECOND BEST FOR 25 WHOLE F*CKING YEARS MAKES HER A TSTL HEROINE IN MY EYES AND HIM THE BIGGEST BASTARD EVER.


    • I confess I tried to read this a while ago and it was every bit as awful as I was afraid it would be. She is an idiot with no self respect and he is an abusive (emotionally) asshole. He did not redeem himself imho and the ending was too quick. I was gonna click dnf 'cause I skimmed a lot of it, but it was only 100 pages. Maybe I might have liked it better if I wasn't acquainted with the jerk H from a previous book. The hole he dug for himself is 25 years deep. That's a big pet peeve of mine. All [...]


    • I agree with you Bron. For 25 years David has made up excuse after excuse to avoid telling his 2nd wife that he loves her, despite the fact that he trapped her into marriage by getting her pregnant. Even his own children were dead set against their mother staying with him. I found David's excuses had no merit. And Molly - she made an attempt to develop a back bone when she asked for a divorce but it was just that, an attempt. I didn't like either one of them,yet continued to read until the end. [...]


    • David and Molly's story.I've read a lot of Sam Crescent books but somehow this series has pasted me by, I liked the synopsis for this book, the twenty-five years of being in his dead wife's shadow had me intrigued but I generally don't read books out of order so I checked out the first one 'Blaze's Second Chance' and the reviews were not good at all, on top of which I didn't really like the blurb, the second book 'Taking His Woman' while the reviews were better than for 'Blaze' they were still m [...]


    • SILLY PLOTIt's very unusual for me to not like this author's work, but in this instance I just couldn't get my head around the male leads reasoning. He's been married to Molly for 25 years, in all that time he's treated her abysmally, he's never told her to her face he loves her. Instead he's repeatedly stated that there's nothing that compares to your first love, in David's case it was his first wife who died. So why Molly waited 25 before telling the big jerk she wanted to divorce him was ridi [...]


    • Sam Crescent is a grrrrrr author for me. I usually can't stand her heroes but find myself wanting to read about them anyway.I was biased in regards to David because we'd been given quite a bit of info in the previous 2 books and knew how shabbily he'd treated Molly. I didn't buy his excuse for stubbornly refusing to tell Molly he loved her and towards the end we have this 'who loves who the most game' which seemed childish and ended up with the kids (both when they were younger and adult) losing [...]



    • Reviewed by CrystalBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookI hate to say that I skipped the other two books and read this one first. I don’t think that I missed anything. I believe that I needed to read the book about the parents before I read about the boys so that I knew what was going on.Molly was once the woman that took care of David’s three sons. One night she took up for them and things got out of hand and David finally gave into his feel [...]


    • Ok so David is one misguided, blind male, but he loves Molly and he finally figured out HOW to show her and tell her. Molly has been a long suffering wife but she admits she has not always got it right either and she loves David. I found this an emotional story of a mature couple fighting to make sense of their marriage and how to be more honest with each other.Having been married for 24 & 1/2 years myself to a non-perfect male I know that there are times when it all seems too hardyou work t [...]


    • HmmmSpent some time thinking how much star I'm willing to give this one. It's a hard decision considering how good I am at holding grudges. What I hated about it, i think, is how much time they have lost. It's just too damn unfair- why do the bitches get nice treatments and the nice one, the one who actually deserves love, gets anything but that? StillI liked how the hero showed the heroine he loved her in so many small ways- though it was still lacking, I like how he knew all along he loved her [...]


    • I read a review of this book and was intrigued, so I figured I would start this series at the beginning. I am really glad I did. I really liked this book. It shows two people working on a marriage of twenty-five years. One has just about given up hope, when the other realizes what an ass he’s been. I really liked it. To read the rest of my review, read here: wp/p3a6Qw-28


    • I did like this story, it was great to see what happened to Molly and how she'd been effected being David's wife. I found the novel dealing with more flashbacks, then forward personal issues but never the less it was nice to get the full story. I really can't wait for the whole Ben, Trent and Elizabeth novel. Talk about kinky. lol


    • I think Sam Crescent gets better with every book she writes - love that this book features a mature couple (the heroine is 50, the hero significantly older). Love her alpha male heroes!!! ;-)I do wish Molly would've made him grovel longer - 25 years is a long time to act like a complete asshole.


    • Não precisava este livro a história deles foi contada ao longo dos anteriores, mas até que foi legal a leitura. O cara é um verdadeiro idiota e acho que ela tinha que ter mandado ele passear muitos anos antesAguardo o próximo!


    • Wow was I wrong about this story. The last 2 were disappointing, my accidental purchase paid off I really like this one.




    • This book was a very emotional read for me. I loved it and you can read my full review on RtB in several weeks.


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