Disclaimer: I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any form of compensation.
I had the pleasure of reviewing the first book in the series, Dangerous Curves Ahead, back in September. I am certainly glad that I didn’t have to wait too long to get my hands on this novella.
Just as I had thoroughly enjoyed Dangerous Curves Ahead, this book did not disappoint. Sugar Jamison has really mastered the craft of story telling. To be able to pack in such a story in only a few short pages (this book is novella length), is truly incredible.
First, this book is about Dina and takes place about 2 years after Dangerous Curves Ahead. Dina had gotten pregnant and felt that she could no longer turn to her family since she had done nothing but behave like a spoiled brat in book one.
However, being a mother has completely changed her. She finally realized what it meant to do something for others. She decides that she can not keep working double shifts in order to raise her son by herself. So she starts a journey to ask the baby’s father for support. What she found was so much more!
I absolutely loved this book! Just as I had the first story in the series. I can’t believe we have to wait until Jan to read the next one. It won’t get here fast enough. I really want to see what else happens to our friends.
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