Reviewed by Claire Rose on behalf of Kindle Friends Forever.
Wow! Let me start by saying I have read all books from this author, and was excited when I was asked to review this book as I adore all her books. When I finish her books, I am always more than satisfied with where her stories have taken me and their endings.
This is the third book in the series. Even though I loved the first two books, this is without a doubt, my favourite one. Anguish is the type of novel that you can re-read and you’ll never get tired of reading it. This novel had me laughing out loud with some of the situations the characters find themselves in, and I have to say that I loved all characters in this book; not just the main ones.
The prologue starts us off with Jaylah in a complicated situation that she can’t get out of, and all because of her ex. Jaylah! Oh my, what a strong, sassy woman and very loving, too. She applies for a job she thinks will get her out of her the state of affairs she’s in, only to find herself worse off than ever. She knows nothing about her looking after a baby, can hardly get her act together, so how can she possibly make this work? And to top the lot, her self-confidence isn’t high up on the scale when she meets her new boss either.
Mack. A brown-eyed, moody bad boy biker who is struggling with life, has the shock of his life when a woman turns up at his door and hands him her sister’s baby and informs him that he is the father. She ups and leaves him with the baby he wants nothing to do with, so he hands over the baby to Jaylah.
Throughout this novel you see family stick together throughout. However, there is more than the baby; event after event occurs. The sexual tension which builds up between boss and his employee, is nothing less than outstanding. You will smile, laugh out loud, and if you are like me, you will say, “Go girl, go!” Jaylah’s inner-strength won’t back down to this bad-humoured and pushy man who you can’t help but fall in love with. You’ll also wish you could take away his pain. Can they overcome everything that life is throwing at them, or is it time for Jaylah to work somewhere else with her heart in pieces?
I can’t wait for the next book in this series and to meet all new and old characters again. I rate this book five stars and look forward to reading more from this author.