Nine

by Elizabeth Reyes

A story that gave it’s leading lady not only a lot to think about but also a handsome incentive to make the right decision!
Single mother Drew thought she had her future mapped out but all that changed when her bestie introduced the delicious Nine into her life.
Nine was everything, Drew shouldn’t want but that didn’t mean that the attraction wasn’t instantaneous… with a daughter to think about and an existing relationship that was withering, Nine was a complication that she hadn’t anticipated and that was a feeling that was very much reciprocated because when it came to life and moreover women in his life, the last thing that the sexy as sin Nine was looking for was a relationship.
But one night…that is all it takes to have in looking for ways to prove to Drew that he can be the guy she needs. The question was whether she was willing to finally call time on a relationship that was doing little more than treading water to embark on something with Nine, the guy that gave real meaning to bad boy alpha!
But this was a guy that was more than met the eye because under that tough exterior was a heart of gold. Would she give him the chance to show that she was his more? His reason to change his ways.
As you would expect their relationship wasn’t one that just fell neatly into place, there was angst and attitude that followed them as their path unfolded.
I enjoyed the inner conflict that the author added into the story, the fact that Drew had more to contend with than just her emotions, she had her conscience to battle. Decisions are made that have ramifications for everyone involved and at the heart of everything she did was a little girl that consumed her every thought…I liked this because it is true to life because it is something that every parent has to consider when bringing someone new into a child’s life and changing what is their norm!
A beautifully narrative that was delivered with a sense of honesty and with beautifully descriptive tones. Congratulations Ms Reyes on a super story
 

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