When the woman you love is lost, how hard will you fight to get her back?
Following the birth of her daughter, Kadence Knight finds herself in a battle she never prepared for. With desperation and unhappiness threatening to overwhelm her, a sense of hopelessness pulls her away from the one thing she has always longed for: a family.
As Nix watches his wife struggle with something he doesn’t understand, he can’t help but feel disconnected to his woman. The Kadence he once knew has drifted into the darkness. In her place is a shadow of the woman she once was, one who is fearful of the impossible…failing their daughter.
This Valentine’s Day, Nix has one goal — to reclaim the woman who gave him everything.
This novella (it has over 175 pages, I think) happens after Incandescent and Affliction and it’s cuuuuute to see Daddy Nix and Daddy Sy. It left me wanting more, although it arguably lacks depth in some departments. The book is overall sexy and cute but also darker towards the beginning.
The book starts after Harlow’s birth when Kadence falls into a postpartum depression and Nix doesn’t know what to do to help her and reassure her that she is a good mother and won’t hurt little Low. My personal opinion on this part is that even though the feelings of both characters were very well explained it was something that they sorted out quite fast making weeks go by so the sexy parts could come, not that I’m complaining (maybe just a little bit).
The rest of the book takes place close to St. Valentine’s day, that is incidentally the day the characters have chosen to reconect in a physical level after eight months (!!!). I don’t want to give too much away of this encounter or about the little cameo’s Jesse, Beau or Z make, but I’ll just say that Nix’s dirty mouth is back for vengance.
“Well, lucky for you, you’re married to Nix Knight, and you could probably push him off a cliff and he’ll come right back.”
If you are looking for one of those books in which the bad boy falls for the good girl and he turns out to be a sexy hot, incredible dad please read this series. Also, and not less important in any way, the female characters are strong and can stand their own! So high fives to them (and the author for creating them).
Happy reading. xx