New Release ~ 4 Stars for Want You by Jen Frederick!


New York Times Bestselling Author Jen Frederick



I might be only nineteen, but I know what I want. It’s Leka Moore. I don’t care that he took me in when he was barely more than a kid himself. I don’t care that he raised me. I don’t care everyone thinks being with him is wrong. I know we belong together, and the only person I need to convince is him.


I found her in the corner of a dark alley. If I hadn’t taken her with me, she would’ve died that night—or maybe worse. Before I knew it, she became the light in my dark life, the haven from the madness. I watched her grow up. I tried to teach her right from wrong. Now that she’s an adult, I’m feeling things that no good man should ever feel. But then…I’ve never been a good man. I have a chance at redemption by saving her from the greatest danger of all—me.

Quesarasera Book Blog Review

4 Stars!

Jen Frederick mixes it up with a slightly taboo, romantic suspense that was engrossing and amazing!

I don’t want to to give anything away, so this review will be brief, but know this… the blurb gives a good synopsis, but there is so much more to this story!

The book is written in two parts, which I feel was the perfect way to write this. The entire book takes place over the span of many years, which allows for the development of Leka and Bitsy’s relationship at the perfect pace. There is love and family and loyalty and danger in this book. It is not what it seems, yet exactly as it is. If that makes any sense at all.

I really enjoyed this read and if the prologue was foreshadowing, then I am crossing my fingers for more from Leka and Bitsy’s world!

Where to Buy

Amazon – Free in KU

About the Author:

Jen Frederick is the USA Today bestselling author of Unspoken, part of the Woodlands series, and Sacked, part of the Gridiron series. She is also the author of the Charlotte Chronicles and has had several books on the Kindle Top 100 list. She lives in the Midwest with a husband who keeps track of life’s details while she’s writing, a daughter who understands when Mom disappears into her office for hours at a time, and a rambunctious dog who does neither. Email her at


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