Sky works with Malcolm at the Eastern Bluebird College. After meeting at a faculty event and being put on the Diversity Progress Committee, the attraction between them is unavoidable. However much Sky might want to close off her heart to Malcolm, he works his way in to woo her. Even if she accepts a relationship, it will still take her a lot more for her to open up to him about her past. Malcolm is willing to wait though, and in the meantime, he will show Sky his own family.
I absolutely love N.D. Jones’ romance novels. She always gives her characters proper backstories and allows them to grow, rather than just focusing on a shallow romance. This book was no different for me. I felt truly connected to both Malcolm and Sky. Sky struggled to open up to people, but Malcolm’s open personality helped her to grow. Malcolm was truly a family man who enjoyed spending time with his siblings, which is sometimes hard to find in a romance novel.
The storyline moves quickly, but it was definitely deep. Sometimes in box sets, you skip books because you don’t have the time. This one is definitely worth your while, so don’t skip it!
I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a complete romance novel with characters who grow throughout the book and who truly care for each other.
I received this book for free and this is my voluntary review.
Overall Rating: 6/5