Jackson Rule

Jackson Rule SHE OFFERED HIM A SECOND CHANCEJackson Rule had spent nearly half his life behind bars for murder Now he was starting over or trying to Once he laid hungry eyes on his new employer though his resolv

  • Title: Jackson Rule
  • Author: Dinah McCall Sharon Sala
  • ISBN: 9780061083914
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • SHE OFFERED HIM A SECOND CHANCEJackson Rule had spent nearly half his life behind bars for murder Now he was starting over or trying to Once he laid hungry eyes on his new employer, though, his resolve to lead a simple, solitary life deserted him, replaced by yearnings for fierce, forbidden passion WHAT COULD HE GIVE HER BUT TROUBLEPreacher s daughter Rebecca Hill waSHE OFFERED HIM A SECOND CHANCEJackson Rule had spent nearly half his life behind bars for murder Now he was starting over or trying to Once he laid hungry eyes on his new employer, though, his resolve to lead a simple, solitary life deserted him, replaced by yearnings for fierce, forbidden passion WHAT COULD HE GIVE HER BUT TROUBLEPreacher s daughter Rebecca Hill was raised to give folks the benefit of the doubt though maybe this time she d taken charity a bit too far True, Jackson Rule had paid his debt to society, and was a hard, honest worker What threatened to undo her was the sheer burning desire she felt in his presence, and the sinking feeling that her heart would be his captive forever.

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    • Dinah McCall Sharon Sala

      Dinah McCall is a pseudonym for author Sharon Sala.It was a job she hated that drove Sharon Sala to put the first page of paper in an old typewriter, but it was the love of the craft that kept her writing Her first efforts at writing came in 1980 when she began a book that wound up under her bed A second book followed in 1981 and suffered a similar fate, but she claims the writing bug had bitten hard However, she let life and the demands of a growing family delay her from continuing until a tragedy struck.Her father died in May of 1985 after a lingering illness, and then, only two months later, her only sister died unexpectedly She vowed then and there that she was not going to wind up on her deathbed one day with regrets for not following through on her dreams.She joined writers groups and attended conferences, and she slowly learned her way around the written page By 1989, she decided she had come far enough in her writing to attempt another try at book length fiction and began a book that would later be entitled Sara s Angel As fate would have it, the first publisher she sent it to bought it, and she hasn t looked back.As a farmer s daughter, and then for many years a farmer s wife, Sharon escaped the drudgeries of life through the pages of books, and now, as a writer, she finds herself often living out her dreams Through traveling and speaking and the countless thousands of fan letters she has received, Sharon has touched many lives One faithful reader has crowned her the Reba of Romance, while others claim she s a magician with words.Her stories are often dark, dealing with the realities of this world, and yet she s able to weave hope and love within the words for the readers who clamor for her latest works.Her books repeatedly make the bestseller lists, including those of The New York Times, USA TODAY, Publishers Weekly, and the Waldenbooks mass market fiction list, and she s been nominated for a RITA Award seven times, which is the romance writer s equivalent of having an Oscar or an Emmy nomination.Always an optimist in the face of bad times, she finds that many of the stories she writes come to her in dreams, but there s nothing fanciful about her work She puts her faith in God and still trusts in love and the belief that, no matter what, everything comes full circle.

    811 thoughts on “Jackson Rule

    • If you are looking to read a book with a hero who has really, really gotten a bad break in life, look no further! Poor Jackson. He went to prison for fifteen years. He was sixteen years old. I cannot imagine how that must have been. Only to serve his time and go out into a world where few people are willing to look past what they think he is: ex-con, murderer, trash. I like to think that a person should be given a clean slate in life. I guess that doesn't really happen in real life. I don't want [...]


    • Opening Line: “The urge to run was overwhelming. But Andrew Jackson had not survived the last fifteen years in a maximum security prison by running so he walked through the last set of locked gates leading to the outside world.”Now I know this is a favourite read for many people and I really wanted to love it. Based on reviews I expected to love it and I did fall pretty hard for the hero Jackson but due to the high cheese factor and melodramatics of the heroine I can only give it 3 stars.The [...]


    • 3.5 Stars!The story's been done before, although since Jackson Rulewas published nearly 20 years ago, it might well have been the trendsetter for this plot line. There were times when Jackson Rule, the man, was little too good to be true, and his story started to ooze sap. For a man who spent 15 years locked away I would have thought he would be more bitter, I wanted him to have more of an edge, but he softened up awfully quick. He was everyone's hero, which I found charming at first and then th [...]


    • This was a disappointing read for me. I had been super excited to read it based on the unusual pairing of a preacher's daughter and an ex-con, but as I was reading it I could swear I heard the story's squeaky little voice begging to be heard from under a mountain of plot and bland telling.Andrew Jackson Rule, newly released from Angola prison after serving 15 years for the murder of his father, heads to New Orleans to start putting his new life together. After walking into town when a short run- [...]


    • Overall rating: 5 +++ stars!!!Triggers:Cheating: (view spoiler)[ no(hide spoiler)]Love triangle: (view spoiler)[ no(hide spoiler)]Sex with om/ow: (view spoiler)[ not in the least - the hero has been in jail for 15 years since he was 16 years old and has not had sex since before that.(hide spoiler)]HEA: (view spoiler)[ Yes - a beautiful one! Gosh, I wished for more too!(hide spoiler)]My review:Where do I start with this gem! I absolutely adored this book from start to finish. I didn't want to put [...]


    • Jackson Rule has been released from prison after 15 years. He went in as a 16 year old boy and has spent his youth inside but he has no regrets. Prison released him and his sister from a horrific father and it was worth the price. The only thing he wants now is never to lose his freedom and to see his sister Molly who has spent her time in a hospice with no comprehension of her past.He finds a place to live and a bike, but finding a job with his ex-con status is difficult. Rebecca is a preacher' [...]


    • Even better the second time around Original reviewJust discovered this author - absolutely loved this book. The tortured hero Jackson is so lovable and love the heroine also. Will be checking out more by this author.


    • Dinah McCall, aka Sharon Sala, is a hit or miss with me. Sometimes her characters are flat and the plots are commonplace. This is not true of JACKSON RULE. Andrew Jackson Rule has just been released from prison. He served his sentence for murdering his father, something he has never contested. All he wants to do is get settled and try to lead a normal life as possible. He needs to find a place to live, acquire a piece of transportation, get a job and then take care of his only sibling, his siste [...]


    • This is still one of my all time favorite DM booksevah! I read and re-read this book so many times, I had to go buy another copy. Jackson is an ex-con, looking for a job. Is there anyone out there that is going to give him a chance? A preacher's daughter decides that everybody needs a second chance. Once she begins working with this silent, dark eyed taciturn man, she realizes there is more here than meets the eye. Will she give her heart a chance to discover all of his hidden depths? An awesome [...]


    • 5 BIG emotional stars!This book was so emotional.I actually had pain in my chest for all the wrongs that "our HERO" had to endured and all the suffering he had to go through every step of the way! My heart went to Jackson every time he was humiliated by "prejudice" and "real hate" of human racejust that single knowledge makes you resent peopleHOW COME WE ARE CAPABLE OF SUCH VIOLENCE AND HATRED TO ONE ANOTHER??? This left me feeling extremely sad, frustrated and angry on Jackson's behalf He spend [...]


    • 3.75-4 Stars“Be careful, lady.” His voice was harsh as his hands raked through her wet, tangled hair, bringing her face closer to his own. “Of what?”“Of this.” He cupped her hips with his hands and lifted her off her feet. “Of that.” His groin had swelled in one huge ache and was pressing into her flesh. “Of me.” I needed a break from my current read and decided to pick this up. I’m not really sure why I decided to, but I think I just needed some good ole fashioned predicta [...]


    • 2.5-3 stars. I know I am in the minority but this book just did not do it for me. The story idea was a good one and it had so much potential. Overall, I like the heroine. Wish she had taken a firmer stand later in the book. But she got this book the few stars I gave it. I was so bored for well over half the book. Slow build would be an understatement! The MCs barely spoke to each other and I felt no chemistry. Attraction yes. Chemistry, heat or love - not a bit. Their inner dialogues were repeti [...]


    • 3.5 stars. In contemporary New Orleans, a cynical ex-convict with a marshmallow heart falls for a warm-hearted, strong-minded, red-haired preacher's daughter named Rebecca. He works at her nursery and saves her life twice. Saves a few other lives, too -- an old man and a child. I liked Jackson and his staunch-hearted, courageous Rebecca. Glad that Jackson got his HEA in the end. However, the plot is far-fetched and problematic on several counts. 1) Jackson saved too many lives, by always being i [...]


    • Wow, what an amazing story of good triumphs over evil and love conquers it all! We first meet Andrew Jackson Rule as he exited doors of a maximum security prison where he spent 15 years for killing his father. Surviving abusive childhood and prison, he is on the verge of fighting another battle: re-entering into society which scorns at ex-convict. His life can't catch a break . He is rejected again and again and the only thing that keeps him going is the thought of his sister Molly. Jackson woul [...]


    • ¡Cómo me hubiese gustado que esta historia me hubiese encantado! Si la autora hubiese sido más valiente… o si el final hubiese sido menos despampanante… porque son las únicas pegas que le he encontrado, la verdad… por lo demás ha estado muy bien, bastante realista y con detalles encantadores para poder asimilar algunos aspectos más oscuros…Pues tenemos a Jackson Rule, recién salido de la cárcel donde ha cumplido la mitad de su vida por asesinato. El de su padre, un ser violento y [...]


    • Lovely book. Good strong characters. I loved Jackson, convicted of murdering his abusive father and vigorous in his assertion that he was glad he killed him and would do it again a hundred times. Rebecca is a preacher's daughter who lives by the judge not lest you be judged rule who gives him a job after prison. Her father, the preacher, is a more realistic portrayal of a preacher as a failable man not all goody two shoes as many preachers are written. Even though some of the things that happene [...]



    • Very heartwarming and satisfying. Even though the criminal justice aspect of the story didn't ring true for me, Jackson Rule was a thoroughly enjoyable read!


    • Title: Jackson Rule Series: NoAuthor:Dinah McCallRating:2.75 starsPOV:DualHEA:(view spoiler)[ .Yes. (hide spoiler)] Heat/Steam fade to black Triggers? Cliffhanger: . No. Intolerable Heroine .No. Über Douchebagery .No. Taboo Subject Matter.No. Cheating: (view spoiler)[ .No.(hide spoiler)] Love Triangle (view spoiler)[ .No.(hide spoiler)]3 stars for the plot but only 2 for the romance. First half of the book was fantastic but the second half was just a major disappointment. I also ended up feelin [...]


    • Jackson killed his abusive father at sixteen. Now, after fifteen years he is trying to build a new life. Rebecca, a preacher’s daughter and owner of a garden shop, is going to help him.The premises of the story are good, but the author doesn’t take advantage of them. Jackson, once he is out the prison, is an angel: he keeps saving lives, first Rebecca’s and after of two little boys, and the other Rebecca’s employee. He is absolutely devoted to his sister, who isn’t able even to see him [...]


    • เป็นเล่มที่ทำให้เสียน้ำตาอีกแล้วรู้สึกแปลก ๆ ที่เรื่องที่ชอบมักเกี่ยวกับพวก ex-con อยู่เรื่อยเหมือนมีความผูกพันกันแบบห่าง ๆ อย่างห่วง ๆยิ่งถ้าเกี่ยวกับความสัมพันธ์ครอบครัวด้วย [...]


    • (Actually, I give this 3.5 stars)I liked the book for the most part, but for some reason, it just didn't completely capture me. It had sort of a slow, lackadaisical pace that left my mind wandering as I read.But still, I did enjoy it. The characters were good, the premise interesting, and I liked the romance. It just need a little moreoomph it for me.


    • I read this years ago and I liked it. I read it again more recently and still liked it. It was my first read by this author and made this author go on my auto-buy list.Jackson Rule is out of prison and trying to start his life over. He gets a job working for Rebecca Hill, a preacher's daughter, who runs a nursery business.


    • It really is hard rating there books because I have spent many hour reading there books. Sharon or Diana really know how to entertain. Enjoy reading there books.


    • มันจี๊ดดีเหมือนกันนะเนี่ย พระเอกก็ไม่กล้ารัก นางเอกก็ชัดเจนในความรู้สึกดี เหอๆๆ


    • อ่านเล่มนี้เพราะเห็นรีวิวในนี้เลยคิดว่าน่าจะสนุก แล้วก็เห็นว่าร้านนายอินทร์ลดราคาอยู่ด้วยก็เลยคิดว่าอยากจะไปสอยมาอ่าน ตอนแรกก็ไม่ได้คาดหวังอะไร แต่รู้สึกว่าอ่านๆไปแล้วต [...]


    • Oh man, this was such a good book!!! It was simple, sweet, and tender. It's that great love story of opposites attract, or good girl meets and falls for bad boy. Jackson Rule was an ex-con recently released from prison after 15 years for murdering his abusive (rightfully shot) father. Rebecca Hill was the sweet headstrong daughter of a parish preacher. These two couldn't really be more different if you painted one purple and the other orange. He grew up in constant fear neglect, while she grew u [...]


    • Jackson, just freed from the jail where he stayed for the murder he committed. Rebecca, owner of a greenhouse and only-daughter of a minister. Will they stand each other? I must admit that when I reached the second page of this book, I had the feeling that it wouldn't be my liking. Every time I've read a story about an ex-con, it ended the same way. This book made no difference, so I feel a bit disappointed. I didn't expect this novel to be the best ever written, but I've been missing something [...]


    • I am not big on contemporary romances (gimme period and fantasy any day) but this was the rare one I enjoyed - I was sold as soon as I saw the OTP were an ex-con and a preacher's daughter :) Our eponymous hero, Jackson, has just been released from prison after serving a 15-yr sentence for killing his abusive father. Since Jackson went in at 16, he is having a hard time adjusting to normal life, as well as having a job - nobody wants to hire a convicted murderer. Enter Rebecca, the preacher's dau [...]


    • I love Jackson Rule. The motorcycle, the hair, his protection of his sister - his love for Rebecca - WOW!! Jackson Rule is the best tortured hero - and reflects the strength of the human spirit!! After reading this book three times - I still love it!! It is one of my favorites and Jackson Rule is the perfect romantic hero: flawed, tough, trustworthy and dark hair that can be caressed - all perfect. ABEST USE OF: CondomsBEST SCENES: - after sex with Rebecca one night he discovered he didn't use a [...]


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