Finding Home in Redemption (#1)
Highest rating: #470 in General Fiction on 6-24-17
Bentley Cooper is the daughter of Isaac Cooper II, owner of Cooper's Cars & Stuff. She's worked for her father since she was a young girl and she's used to her routines. One day, when the universe deals her a crazy hand of mishaps, she makes a decision that alters her life.
Bentley never knew that feeding the homeless man that lived across the street, in a diner parking lot, would change things for her, but it did. Her heart wont allow her to ignore the possibility of him being hungry, so despite his constant refusal to acknowledge her presence, she continues to drop off food for him and his dog.
Months go by and he continues to ignore her, not even allowing her to know what he looks like, until one day when he shows up on her door step.
Twenty-Two year old Bentley struggles with constant worry over Aaron's safety and health, so much so that she quickly offers him a job working for her father's company and weeks later, she offers to put a roof over his head. Her roof, to be exact.
When Aaron agrees to move in, they begin to learn more and more about each other, other than the one topic a piece they've agreed to never discuss. But when he disappears every night, Bentley cant help but be curious about where he's going and why.
Aaron's secret isn't the only one that threatens their happiness, and when Bentley's past comes barreling into her present, Aaron's situation almost goes up in flames. Trust is shattered and hearts are broken, leaving behind even more questions than when they first met.
For these two to be able to move forward, they'll both have to forgive and accept the unfortunate road that brought them together in the first place.
Redemption Series; Book one (can be read as a standalone)
*Explicit use of drugs*
*May cause triggers*