Book Review, Books

Steadfast – Danielle Norman

Holland Kelly wasn’t a people person. Okay, that’s not true, she wasn’t one particular man person. That man? Her next-door neighbor Dick Brooks. Fine, his real name was Reid, but Dick sounded better. 

Life would have been perfect if she never had to interact with him again. 

Unfortunately, life wasn’t perfect. 

Now she is stuck spending hours with the neighbor she has always hated while they work to save their homes. 

Have his eyes always been that shade? 

Has he always been so good looking? 

And those lips…

I love Danielle Norman’s book, I don’t think I’ve ever not liked one of her books and this one is no exception. I loved the first two books in this series Stetson and Slow Burn.

Oh my god I love Holland and I am glad that she has finally her own book! I love how feisty she is, and caring about her family and she is very passionate. Holland is such a complex character and I love it. Reid is so funny and caring and I love how he can handle Holland and likes her spit fiery attitude.

I love Reid and Holland’s relationship it’s such an interesting dynamic, I really love how they argue and yet confide in each other and Holland is relying on Reid I loved it. They are both so cute! Reid and Holland are so cute, I love how worried he is about her and how she acts with him. I love the connection that both of these characters have with each other.

I love the plot, it’s very different from the other books and I really like it. The story kept me hooked and gripped all the way through.

I love the sister bond between Paris, London and Holland, the way they are all there for each other I really love that. Also the way they talk to each other they are so fund of each other and are willing to always be there for each other. I love Reid it’s interesting to see the bond with his sister and I loved seeing that.

The story was amazing, I loved the story, the plot and the characters I have fallen in love with this series and these characters.

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