Sometimes to find love, you must first learn forgiveness.
A dozen years, 2,000 miles, and a law degree after high school, Rafi Steiner continues to harbor resentment toward Isaac Jones, his childhood bully turned NBA star. When Isaac appears at Rafi's favorite restaurant acting like a long-lost friend, Rafi bluntly dismisses him.
But Isaac is tenacious and he has his heart set on the grown-up version of the boy he always wanted and never forgot. The way Isaac sees it, he and Rafi are perfect for each other, if only he could sink the most important shot of his life: his one shot at forgiveness.
A Shot at Forgiveness was a sexy quick read orchestrated by the careful hand of Cardeno C. told through the narration of Robert M. Clark. Rafi and Isaac have known each other since high school and many years have passed since they'd seen each other. Some 12 years later and each man secure in his career, Rafi strolled into Isaac’s life and into his heart.
I enjoyed so many things about Cardeno C's book~ the emotional connection between the two main characters, the connection between reader and MC, the love between Rafi and Isaac~ all facets I look for in a book.
Isaac’s inner monologue made me smile and chuckle and hearing it come to life by Mr. Clark’s voice made it all the more appealing.
The dynamics between the two men was palpable and endearing. Rafi’s nonchalant attitude and Isaac’s petulance~ love it.
Another sure-fire winner. Cardeno C. you make me swoon.
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A five handcuff review
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