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Nikki's childhood traumas forever mark her mind and body. Moving on and feeling strong; actually believing she's strong, is elusive. With Damien she feels strong but with each setback she feels weak, believing she can't do it without him. There are setbacks, fears and traumas that lead her to want to hurt herself, but Damien is there and she fights the urge each time.
Damien sees the love of his life hurting and in protecting her, keeping his secrets, he adds to that hurt. Communication and their own method of coping 🔥🔥🔥is their mode of survival when past and present darkness threatens to overtake them.
Nikki is successful on her career, making a job bid in Dallas. Dallas holds a lot of bad memories and, as a result, is a source of stress for them both. Determined, she makes the decision Tom confront her demons by approaching the biggest demon of her mind and soul. Only things don't go as planned and the unexpected occurs.
When things begin to feel as though they are falling into place, her past, his past, reemerges. Things do t add up. Who is it? Or should I say who is doing what? When you figure out one thing, another happens, confusing matters.
Their moment of happiness crumbles, leaving them lost and hurting. Time heals, togetherness their cure.
An unexpected strength and determination to walk away rights Nikki and she can now see her future, solid and bright and she goes after it with the man of her dreams at her side. Surprises of the good kind. Family and friends gathered in support. Their love and devotion is a thing of beauty and FAMILY takes on a whole new meaning for these two beautiful, damaged, healing souls.
I loved it!!!
I feel like this story in particular brings Damien & Nikki closer than ever before, if that was even possible. Even though they go through such incredible pain and sadness, at the end of it all, they are so incredibly happy. This is the way they thrive and how we love to see our beloved Damien & Nikki.
Fantastic addition to their story. I look forward to more of their incredible love story in the future.
“…trust isn’t a panacea any more than it’s a curtain to hide behind.”
Damien and Nikki have been a couple I have avidly followed for nearly four years. From the very first book these two have cemented themselves as one of my favourite book couples and the adversity that these two have faced would have crippled many a relationship. Damien and Nikki however, alone are vulnerable but together are impenetrable and Anchor Me cements that relationship between them. These two are truly formidable, and while J Kenner still gives them a few curveballs in this book, as ever, these two pull together.
“…there are ghosts everywhere. And we’re both going to have to get used to fighting them.”
I really do not want to go into anything that this book covers, because it would literally ruin the experience for you the reader, however, this book is a testament to the power of being married to your soul mate, to the one that truly understands you and loves you, the positives, the negatives and the flaws. The power of love should never be underestimated and these two prove that theory in every single way. Damien and Nikki are each other’s rocks, they are there in times of trouble and times of intense passion, but whether they are in or out of their sheets, their connection is palpable and their love for one and other radiates from each single page.
J Kenner has brought this couple to life and the character connection that I have to these two holds no bounds and that is testament to J Kenner’s writing ability. This was the book that I had begged and pleaded for, a book that I desperately wanted to read because if any couple deserved completion, it was these two and this book does just that. Demons put to bed, loose ends tied up and one happy couple.
“I don’t like it when there’s a chasm between us.”
“Neither do I, baby. But there’s always a bridge.”
This book was emotional, yes, I did shed a few tears, but that emotion is borne from my intense connection to this couple, when they hurt, I hurt. While this book did not have as much drama as usually follows this couple around, the drama they come into contact with is emotionally draining, both for them and me the reader. It is these scenes that I have to kudos to J Kenner for, these scenes were depicted to perfection, each page compelling.
“Love isn’t reliance, baby…The truth is, you can stand on your own. But you choose to stand with me.”
My only complaint was that I did feel that the ending was a little rushed, maybe that is just me wanting to cling onto this couple for longer, but for pivotal moments I wanted them explored and elaborated a little bit more. We do have another novella to look forward to though, so this is not the end for these two. Hold Me releases in May and I for one, cannot wait.
J. Kenner does a wonderful job of drawing her readers in and making them feel for the characters. The emotions are realistic and while the story has readers on the edge of their seat waiting to see what's next, it's believable and makes you want the love these two have. And this story is also very hot! They make time for each other and heat things up.