Suffocated by my religious upbringing.
made by me.
have dreams. A list. A tattered scrap of paper tucked away from the world, only
I know about.
require me to take a huge leap out of my comfort zone.
birthday, so I could check off another item on my list, I did something I never
imagined I would have the guts to do: I got drunk and kissed a stranger.
change the course of my life, making me realize life is more than a list to be
checked off. It’s about living in the moment so you don’t miss the ones not on
the list—the ones you didn’t even know you wanted.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars
Nevaeh has led an incredibly sheltered life. Her mother is so strictly religious, and Navaeh is torn between wanting to be the good girl her mother expects her to be and wanting to find out who she is for herself. What does she like? What makes her tick? Enter Navaeh’s bucket wish list.
From the moment she meets club owner Ethan during a rare night out, sparks fly. When she spontaneously kisses him, it’s magic. There are so many obstacles for these two to overcome, and Nikki Ash does a great job of writing many twists and turns for them along the way.
Without giving anything away: This book was not what I expected.
I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.