Release Date: July 23

 

Loss. Guilt. Grief.

 

 
Do you ever truly recover from it?
 

 

How can you be happy when the person you once looked up to is gone?

 

 

 

Sheltered. Ruled. Shamed.

 

 

 

Do you ever grow after that?

 

 

 

How can you break free from a lifetime of repression?

 

 

 

Vivienne and Asher have been through a lot in their young lives.

 

 

 

Can they use each other to heal and to find their true selves?

 

 

 

They’re about to discover whether they can liberate each other or if their love is only more constricting.

 

 

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Review

Vivienne has always done what was expected of her until one night turns her life upside down in the best way possible and she finds herself a single mother.     Not certain that she wants her own disapproving family in her son’s life she reaches out to his deceased father’s family which brings Asher into her life.

Asher finds himself isolated within his family and uncertain of what he wants in the future.   He is still grieving the loss of his brother and there is no better way to honor him than to be there for his son.    The only problem he hadn’t the attraction and emotion that living with Vivienne and his nephew would bring.

Vivienne may appear to be very different, but they are very similar when it comes to their families and the pain they are feeling.    The journey of Vivienne and Asher is filled with emotion and drama and leaves us wondering what the future holds for them

Meet Nicole Dykes

Nicole Dykes is a wife and professional assistant/mom to two gorgeous girls. 
 
Currently residing in Kansas, she’s a lover of coffee, Kansas City Chiefs, and all things romance. 
 
She currently has over 20 published books with her Monroe and Adamson series being the most popular. 
 
She enjoys cranking up the angst level, making her readers cry, and turning those tears into the coffee the fuels her writing.

 

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