Thursday, October 6, 2016

Mine For Now by Erika Kelly (Review)

A little late for my thoughts on Mine For Now, but I still stand by my quick thoughts on the story. Yes, Dylan has the hardest time leaving the past behind even tho he has a chance to break free. However, he's hinder by his own guilt. Then we have Nicole who is very sunshine and daisies. You would never guess that she had suffer from abuse, but she was able to move to a certain point.

Mine For Now is an eye-opening book on the impact of addiction and the havoc it can cause on a family. One of the hardest thing to do is to let go of family members, but you want to save them. However, that isn't your choice to save them, but they have to come to that conclusion. Dylan faces this challenge during the story and he struggles with his family. While at the same time he wants to pursue something with Nicole, but he fights his attraction with her.

Emotionally rough to say the least, but good. Watching these two trying to make a go at something special is hard, because you watch Dylan get sucked in the vortex of his family turmoil. You truly wonder if Dylan will let his family drama consume him. Nicole is a doll. I like how she tries to help Dylan, but I think her family does a better job at this. Overall, Mine For Now is a pretty good read. Gut-wrenching, yep, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. I can't wait to see what happens next cause something happens in the story that leads to the next story.

Copy provided by author via InkSlinger.

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