Review: Goodnight, Nic by Marley Jacobs
My Review for Goodnight, Nic by Marley Jacobs
I liked this story of Nicole, aka Nic, and Landon. Nic and Aubrey are best friends, and Landon is Aubrey’s younger brother. Nic and Landon have always been friends and a part of each others lives, but their platonic relationship turns lustful, then tangible. It seems like overnight, Landon turned into the hunky, grown up male for Nic and she can’t seem to distance herself from him anymore. Her desires get the best of her, but then she fears her relationship with Aubrey could be endanger. On top of the relationship drama, Nic also has some family issues and drama so she’s torn in all different directions.
This is a standalone story filled with romance, steam, lust, heart break, love, and compassion. I liked this story, but there were some parts that were a bit too slow for my liking.
*Review by Wingseze*
Blurb for Goodnight, Nic by Marley Jacobs
Twenty-four-year-old Nicole Fletcher is having a rough summer. The woman who raised her is dying and there’s nothing she can do about it. Nothing but find solace in the forbidden fantasies starring her best friend’s younger brother.
Nic knows there are some lines you can never cross – but when it comes to “little” Landon Pike, she kind of already has. She tries to stay away but when your world is falling apart, you can’t help but fall right along with it. Good thing Landon refuses to let her fall alone.