Years ago Addison Wagner rescued Nina
Sterling from a nasty situation that almost resulted in a
rape. From that moment forth Addison became a secret hero
never to be forgotten in Nina’s heart. Now, years later
Nina found herself working alongside Addison in a local
hospital and the childhood crush has turned into a full
blown love addiction. But, with her ‘plain Jane’ looks,
Nina knew that she could never attract the attention of
someone as dashingly handsome as Dr. Addison Wagner.
Or so she thought.
Dr. Addison Wagner was well known as a
ladies’ man. With his good looks and family wealth it
wasn’t hard for Addison to catch a woman’s eye. Not that he
wanted this reputation; but, because he had been deeply hurt
in the past by a woman whom he had given his heart to
Addison vowed to never let another woman close to him again
and to only have a ‘no commitment’ type of relationship with
the women he was involved with. That was until he began to
take interest in Nina Sterling, a fellow doctor.
Now, the question becomes will Nina
want to be romantically involved with a man who only has
only seen women as conquests?
From low self-worth, betrayal and
physical abuse to trust, passion and commitment Glory
of Love dealt with many hardcore issues that kept
this reader greatly intrigued until the very end. This
story maintained the traditional roles where the heroine
believed in romance and the hero was wary of anything
remotely related to romance. However, after getting to know
Nina on a more personal level Addison couldn’t help but fall
under the spell of wanting to plan a future with the woman
he loved. Both Nina and Addison were headstrong and highly
intelligent characters with a deep sense of loyalty, even
though they sometimes appeared to be on opposite sides of
some major issues at one time or another. Yet, it was
because of this factor that I found Glory of Love
to be such an enjoyable read. Thanks go to Sinclair LeBeau
for writing such an incredible, touching story.