When Nick Ashford lost his friend, Mason, he didn’t realize he was going to lose his family as well, but that’s exactly what happened. Alone and in a foreign country, Nick is working on rebuilding his life one patient at a time, that is, until a striking volunteer makes her presence known. Can Nick finish his year in Africa without risking his heart being broken again, or is he willing to start a new chapter in his life before his return to Beaumont?
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Asian Girl, Karmen’s review on My Everything
Rating 3.5 out of 5
My Everything is a short novella about Nick Ashford, who we met in the first book of the Beaumont series, Forever My Girl. I have to be honest…I didn’t like Nick in Forever My Girl (Team Liam!), so I was a little hesitant to read his story.
Nick leaves his fiancé, Josie, and her son, Noah, (after she finds her second chance with her soul mate, Liam!) and moves to Africa to work as a volunteer. He is heartbroken and tries to forget and move on. His love for Josie eventually slowly fades, but he feels guilty for leaving Noah, after being a father figure to him most of his life. Nick then meets Aubrey, a volunteer nurse at his clinic. Even though there was an immediate connection between the two, Nick is hesitant to get involved. Does he get a second chance at love and realize Josie and him weren’t really meant to be? You’ll have to read to find out!
My Everything, just like the first book, is all about second chance at love and reconnecting with the ones you hurt in the past. And who doesn’t love second chance stories! It’s a great follow up read and highly recommended, even if you weren’t Team Nick–this short novella will change your mind!
Ok so this is the story of Nick who we met in Forever My Girl (Book 1) and use to date Josie. If you haven’t read Book 1 don’t read this book without reading that one as you won’t understand all the dynamics. We were given an ARC of this book for an honest review. I struggled a little with this book and Nick’s character not because of the story or writing but from what I knew of him in Book 1. I was still a little miffed at him at what he did in book 1(I won’t tell you here you have to read Book 1) but eventually I was able to get over it and move on.
In the end I really liked Nick’s character and I liked that he got to reconnect with others he left behind. There is angst in this book and there is also a love story. It was a short novella that was an easy read. Overall I liked the book and was happy I read it.
Where to purchase My Everything:
My Everything on Amazon
My Everything on Barnes & Noble
Where to purchase Forever My Girl (Beaumont #1):
Forever My Girl on Amazon.