Book Review: Abandoned But Not Alone
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About Abandoned But Not Alone
I’ve always been a helper. Someone who sees the world in a brighter light than others do. Who tries to show everyone there’s good in this world.
So when I meet Henry, I immediately make it my mission to show him how great the world can be if he’ll only accept a little help.
Easier said than done. But I’ve always liked a challenge.
I have no idea why this complete stranger wants to help my daughter and me. But I can’t seem to shake him.
Life hasn’t been kind to us, and I clearly don’t see the world the same way he does. I want what’s best for my daughter, though, and if that means accepting help from Felix, then that might be what I have to do.
No matter what my instincts scream at me.
I’ve been abandoned by everyone in my life, and that’s what I expect now.
But Felix seems determined to make sure I know I’m not alone.
If you have read the books in this series, you know that each of the books are emotional reads. Each one features a new character that is dealing with trauma. As part of the trauma, Henry deals with, he does it as a single father. Not to take anything away from single mothers, but it is nice to see single fathers featured in stories. They are heroes as well. Plus, as I have said before that I am a sucker for a cute child in stories. Hazel is a cutie.
I loved this book. The anguish that Henry was experiencing was heartbreaking but luckily, he found his support with Felix. I loved how Felix quickly could not resist helping Henry and Hazel. He was like a child who got a shiny new toy and was focused on it. The chemistry between Henry and Felix is a slow moving one. Which felt right for the situation and thus made it seem more real. Another great book by one of my favorite authors.
About Nicole Dykes
Nicole Dykes is a wife and a professional assistant/mom to two gorgeous girls. Currently residing in Kansas, she's a lover of coffee, Kansas City Chiefs, and all things romance. She currently has over 20 published books with her Monroe and Adamson series being the most popular. She enjoys cranking up the angst level, making her readers cry, and turning those tears into the coffee that fuels her writing.