Title: Nic (Rossi Brothers 2)
Author: J.M Stewart
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by: Shakera
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Date of Release: November 14, 2016
Pages: 122 pages (Approximately)
Warning: There is a bit of a sensitive subject matter of abuse. It’s not explicit, but it is an important element to the story.
We first meeet Nic in Luc, having a little fun at his brothers expense. In this story, you get a sense of Nic’s insecurities. You get the full extent and full understanding of why… and it’s truly heart wrenching. On one fateful night, Anna and her daughter, Lacey enter the Rossi’s restaurant after hours and meet Nic. Both Anna and Nic have experienced traumas in their lives and are extremely open to insecurities, but on different levels.
Anna and Lacey are on the run from Anna’s abusive ex-husband, Tony, and as a result, land themselves in Angel Bay. It’s a nice safe town and a great place to raise a family. As they get to know each other and grow close, love and danger is just around the corner. What do you do? Stand and fight for what you want? Or do you flee?
This is a charming story of love, loss, fighting for what you want in life, and having the courage to receive it. Anna starts off as a woman terrified of all men, especially Nic as there are physical similarities between Nic and Tony. As the story progresses, Anna grows strong and she not only finds her voice, she finds herself. Nic thought he could never love again. He let his guard down and amazing things happened!
Highly recommend to anyone looking for a quick love story!