Jake McKenna drops to his knees beside the young woman. She's been badly beaten, she's barely breathing, burning with fever. When she opens her aquamarine eyes and stares, panic-stricken, into his, he is struck with the sudden notion that this is only the beginning of their relationship.
Devlin Barre has been through hell. If her uncle finds her, she's dead. When she looks into the warm brown eyes of the paramedic, she knows deep in her bones she can trust this man with her life. Devlin and Jake grow close, but neither is ready for a commitment. Devlin is too broken and Jake knows it. She runs off to rebuild her life, leaving him forsaken.
Nearly five years later, Jake and Devlin meet again. Neither has forgotten a single detail of their time together. Both harbor the secret hope that they can begin again – this time, for keeps. But Devlin isn't the only person who ran from trouble. Her uncle is back and he wants revenge against the person who ruined his life, the one person who got away.
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"The Torah doesn't speak of Jesus at all!" "You're completely misinterpreting Isaiah!" "This verse has absolutely nothing to do with your Jesus! It's not even a messianic prophecy!" "As for the real messianic prophecies, Jesus fulfilled none of them." These are some objections raised by Jews regarding Jesus as the Messiah. Using the Hebrew…