"I need her in a way that won't take no for an answer."
When Catalina walks in the door, my heart stops.
She's my best friend's little sister, Etta's babysitter, and hot as hell.
The timing is all wrong. She's too young, lost, and doesn't know what she wants.
I have a baby and don't need another person to take care of.
But then I take her against the wall and she finds her way into my motherf*cking heart.
The truth is, I'm the lost cause, and Catalina might be the one person who can save me.
I came to LA needing to escape an a-hole who was using me.
Six months later, I end up at Jude's house.
I'm a hot mess...but Jude? He's hotter.
And walking into his home, seeing that Etta's mother skipped town, I realize I'm not the only mess around.
It starts as a one-afternoon stand - two people craving connection.
But it quickly becomes more.
Trouble is, my past is catching up with me.
We might not have forever - but we have today.
Saint Jude is a full-length novel with a HEAT! Treat yourself, love!
What members say
- John & Rhona Fall
If you could sum up Saint Jude in three words, what would they be?
heartbreaking, riveting, and soulfull
What did you like best about this story?
That Jude got to keep the baby
What does Joe Arden and Maxine Mitchell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I don't read them. I am an exclusive listener. They always bring the story to life.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The ending birthday party.
- Jonella A. Moore
Hot little romance!
Frankie Love's Los Angeles series comes to an end in this audiobook. The story of Jude and Katalina is one of instant attraction and need, with a side of baby. Jude's baby mama takes off, leaving him with their daughter, who he doesn't even think is his biological child though he loves the baby. He's in a bit of a mess and needs a babysitter quickly one day, so his best friend Holden ( from previous book) offers up his sister who is staying in his pool house. Chemistry abounds and then Jude's ex shows back up throwing everything out of kilter. The narration was excellent.