From award-winning fanfic phenomenon Sophie Jackson, the third novel in the sexy and emotionally intense blockbuster A Pound of Flesh series.
Life in New York for ex-con Riley Moore is pretty damn good, until a call from his mother shatters the calm: his father has suffered his second heart attack in two years and is in a critical condition. Leaving everything behind, Riley flies home to Michigan for the first time in five years to support his mother and do his best to make amends with his father. He also tries not to think about Lexie Pierce, the only girl he ever truly cared about, and who broke his heart.
When they inevitably meet, memories of their love make Riley yearn to reconnect, despite the pain they both suffered. Though she's wary, and has a secret she’s hidden from him for five years, Lexie has little willpower when it comes to Riley and she agrees. Besides, after all that has gone before, she owes it to both of them to find out if they can love each other again.
Can they both overcome their sorrow and secrets and finally share their life together?
A powerful new voice in modern romance, Sophie Jackson has crafted a passionate love story with unforgettable characters that will stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.
Sophie Jackson writes fanfiction under the online handle Jaxon22. She is the author of the award-winning A Pound of Flesh series, including the e-novellas Love and Always and Fate and Forever. Follow her on Twitter: @SophieJax
"[A Measure of Love is] jam-packed with raw emotion and passion. The storyline is perfectly paced and the buildup is incredible. The author knows exactly what she’s doing, leaving readers feverishly flipping the pages and wondering if love truly can be found in the most remote places.”
–RT Book Reviews
"A Measure of Love is beautifully written and addictive; with its wonderfully chiseled characters and well-rounded relationships, it hooked me from the first page and held me until the very last word. The perfect mix of humor, heartbreak and sinful sexiness."
– Kirsty Moseley, author of the newly revised Fighting to Be Free, with 6 million reads online