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Enough – Danielle Norman

Some things in life were inevitable; death, taxes, and lying, whoremongering men.
One woman would never be enough for one man.
So I traded in men for a Harley.
Nothing beats that kind of power between my legs.
Then I blinked.
And he was there.

Some things in life were inevitable; death, taxes, and badge bunnies willing to hop into my bed.
The only problem is I’m a one woman kind of man.
In my line of work, I’ve seen it all.
Nothing bothers me until I find a woman’s wrecked body.
When she blinked,
My world changed.

Forever doesn’t come close to giving me enough of her.

I’d like to thank The Next Step PR for sending me an arc of this book! This is a debut for Danielle Norman and it is out now! So you should check it out! I also found that this was a brilliant debut novel!

I loved the main characters Kayson and Ariel, the story was told in duo point of view and it was definitely nice being able to read from both of them especially as sometimes Ariel was so closed off and it was nice to see how willing Kayson was to get through to her. I enjoyed their relationship and how they did both work at their relationship and the effort they put in. I really enjoyed reading that! Especially because in some novels it seems like none of the characters work to it but both these did and I really loved that.

I loved Kayson’s family and how present they were his mum and dad and his siblings it was so nice to see them interact and how they would wind each other up and yet they were all close and instantly there when they needed to be! I also loved how we saw the Greek heritage in this book! I don’t know much about Greek so it was interesting having it in this novel.

The side characters in this story were golden, Piper, Stella, Leo and Carter I loved them and when Piper, Carter and Kayson was going through the crap at work I really felt for him like I could see how heavily it weighed on them like it starts to weigh on me too. I loved the author’s writing. But yes the side characters were A+.

Brandon and Gigi, they should die. I’m just going to say that. Nothing more.

The plot came together throughout this novel and I loved how it did come together. I loved the end and by the end of the story, I was in love with these characters. Also, the sex scenes were very well written which is always good!

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