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I loved this book! From start to finish I was immersed into the story and, from the get go I instantly connected to Sapphire, the main character.
Sapphire and her friends are out celebrating her D-day (divorce day) when she meets a guy – Collin. This isn’t your usual love story though.
This is about Sapphire going from hating men and losing a baby to finding a man who actually loves her for who she is. It is about her breaking down her barriers and letting Collin in to her heart.
There were points in the books where I thought oh my god she is crazy, like when she acted like a child trashing her room, but I also thought at the same time if it was me, in that situation, I would have probably done the same thing. Collin is her true knight in shining armour and I read along feeling the same as the character did at some points, was it too good to be true? and I am glad it turned out to be amazing.
The characters were easy to connect with, relatable and likeable
I have to admit I shed a wee tear towards the end, out of happiness I might add. I don’t want to give spoilers, but I can’t stress how much I truly enjoyed this book.
This is the first book I have read by Nicole and I can’t wait to read her other books.
5 stars for sure.
About the Author:
Nicole Tillman is an author who hasn’t always had a love of reading. As a child, she struggled to string words together and would hide in the back of the classroom with her head down in hopes that the teacher would forget she existed. Eventually, she was introduced to a young adult series by a family friend and her love of reading bloomed.
Nicole now weaves her own stories, content to lose sleep in order to write both contemporary romance and thriller/suspense novels. She lives in the Ozarks of Missouri with her husband, two sons, and two dogs.
Nicole has an Associates Degree in General Studies though Missouri State University and was on her way to completing her Bachelors in Creative Writing when she decided to take a sabbatical to focus on work and her family. Now a stay at home mother, she dedicates her time to her boys, writing, and photography.