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Anchor Me by J. Kenner
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it was amazing

Anchor Me is the perfect title for Damien and Nikki Stark's newest story. Their love for each other healed some of their past scars, and it continues to keep them balanced on solid ground even when it feels like the firmament is giving way.

Damien and Nikki share a fierce love and even though the need to protect one another leads to secrets and lies - ones that plant a barrier between them - the couple always knows how to bridge the divide and bring it back to what's most important - each other.

What I love most about this couple is that despite the baggage of their pasts and those who would like to witness their undoing in the present, nothing and no one can indefinitely divide them, and that continues to be illustrated in Anchor Me.

Damien and Nikki still fight demons, but now, they do it together, and it's clear that even when Damien is keeping something from Nikki, he's doing so to protect her because she is the most important person in his life, and he refuses to let her down.

Anchor Me is an emotional read because Damien and Nikki are at a point in their lives where readers want them to move forward and grow with what they want to surround themselves with, and it's that very idea that Nikki struggles with because the reality of what happens next in their marriage scares the hell out of her because of what she experienced as a child, and that fear holds her captive for parts of the storyline and readers can't help but feel her anxiety and her pain as she works through her insecurities and realizes that she's nothing like her mother.

It's been made crystal clear throughout the series that there will always be someone or something looking to shake-up what Damien and Nikki have worked to create, both professionally and personally, and as Damien and Nikki have evolved and grown into the characters they currently are in Anchor Me, it's also quite obvious that this couple refuses to allow outsiders to sway their feelings for the one person who has consistently had their back since they got together.

I'll never get enough of this sexually charismatic and devoted couple because J Kenner continues to mold and reshape them as she crafts new and difficult trials for them to endure, and for each obstacle that Damien and Nikki overcome, their love and their bond grows and further solidifies, proving they naysayers wrong and creating a connection that can never be destroyed because they refuse to allow it to be.

4.5 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)
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September 7, 2016 – Shelved
September 7, 2016 – Shelved as: to-read

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