Date Read: April 21, 2022
Published: April 4, 2022
Pages: 191

Book Synopsis:

Happily divorced with two kids and a growing business, Nina Harris Fuller has everything she worked so hard for. The only thing missing is the man of her dreams by her side. After enduring a devastating heartbreak, Nina focuses on what she has instead of searching for a love that she may never find.

Victor Ellis knows heartbreak all too well and became the friend Nina needed. As the manager at one of her restaurants, he’s grown to love her from a distance. Finding a way into Nina’s heart is not easy, but Victor’s ready to step up and be the man she needs.

My Review:

I will admit, I was a part of the crew that was hoping Nina and Mekhi worked things out. But that was definitely early on. As their story unfolded over the course of each book, I was thrilled to see how things finally played out. I love the phrase “happy looks good on you” and Nina finally got that. It was a treat to witness it unfold. Victor was love personified in all aspects that mattered most. And as always, witnessing the bond between the three women was such a joy. And the babies!! Gah. I love how those babies loved their mom. People always talk about how hard mom’s go for their kids. Which yes, there’s no love like it. But the love kids have for their mother, especially when the relationship is truly solid, it’s 🙌🏾. It reminded me of my mom and I, and anything that does that touches my heart. My mom is my best friend yall. I thought I needed closure on Nina’s story a long time ago, but getting Lyric and Elijah unexpectedly before we got to this point was worth it. Seeing the love progress between Nina and Victor and the kids was worth it. The end of this series was such a treat. Phenomenal job Renee. Y’all, read this.

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