Cry of My Heart (Montana Skies Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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To recap, Nicole lost her father at a young age and resigned to live her life as drama free as possible, dedicating her life to run her antique store and help care for her sister and grandma, even though she's a young vivacious person on the inside. She did not count on encountering Ace Conners, former neighbor, who left a long time ago. Ace was just back to settle the affairs of his aunt Millie. He'd gladly dump the whole house, but the stuff needed sorting, and his neighbor Nicole would love to sell a lot of the antiques (it's just junk to him) in her store and insist on helping him sort them. Ace hadn't had a home for a long while, having spent most of the time on the road working. And encountering Nicole gave him pause to contemplate his life... and his disconnection from God. Had he been running away all this time? When an enemy from Ace's past resurfaces, Ace and Nicole will have to confront the danger together... or lose their happiness.
Neither Ace nor Nicole connected with me. Sure, they are former neighbors, but they literally have NOTHING ELSE in common (except their fondness of the now dead Aunt Millie) and they didn't really fall in love much... I have no problem with Nicole trying to get Ace to go back to church and get a sense of belonging as part of his grieving process, but that doesn't really make a romance much.