After his devastating actions in Accidentally On Purpose, Kyle Sterling is trying to move on. He has lost the love of his life and he does not believe he is worthy of ever being loved again.
Lily Whitman has been devastated by the ultimate betrayal and later tragedy hits her heart full force. She doubts she will ever be able to give her heart to anyone again. She hides her own demons behind a wall of colorful hair, piercings, tattoos and a style and attitude that is all her own.
Kyle and Lily find themselves thrown together when Lily takes a position at Sterling Corporation after her place of employment burned to the ground. Lily is the complete opposite of the type of woman that Kyle has ever had any interest in. Lily is rough around the edges and challenges Kyle at every step. Despite his dick-like disposition and violent past, Lily fights to prove to Kyle that he is worthy – of being loved, and worthy of redemption, but Kyle is afraid of repeating history and he can’t let go of his past…And maybe a very important someone from his past isn’t ready to let go yet either….
I was given a copy of Worthy of Redemption by L.D Davis for an honest review. I really enjoyed reading Worthy of Redemption. I got to go from reading accidentally on Purpose right into reading Worthy of Redemption. I always knew that Kyle was Worthy of Redemption, and yes Kyle being himself, I knew he would be a jerk and he definitely didn’t disappoint in this book. I thought it was good that Emmy and Kyle had a chance to say things to each other that needed to be said from what happened between them.
Accidentally on Purpose is one of my favorite books but I always felt sad at the way Emmy and Kyle's relationship ended. I feel much more complete about their story deep down I knew they could never go back.
L.D Davis you did a great job on both these books and this was the closure I needed after reading Accidentally on Purpose! I love your books!
Thank you for writing them! 5 out of 5 stars!
L.D. Davis is the New York Times Bestselling author of the novel Accidentally On Purpose and the novella Pieces of Rhys. L.D. began writing at a very young age with consistent support from teachers and friends. When she was only thirteen years old, she wrote her first romantic novella. A few years later at the age of nineteen, she completed another. Always writing, but never attempting to publish, L.D. left many projects unfinished over the years, but when she was thirty-four years old, she self-published her first full-length novel, Accidentally On Purpose. L.D. is currently working on two more books to go along with Accidentally On Purpose, two more projects to go along with Pieces Of Rhys, and several other novels.
L.D. has a serious addiction to reading, especially contemporary romance novels. She also loves the work of Dean Koontz, Janet Evanovich and classics like Lord Of The Rings and Jane Austen’s novels. She lives in a small East Coast town with her five children and husband.
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