My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Didn’t Expect You by Claudia Burgoa @LWoodsPR @Author_ClaudiaB

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He is determined to protect his twin and if that means that he has to spend some time with Ford’s girlfriend’s sister then he will do it. However, Nick will also have to fight his desire to flirt with her and try to get her into his bed. Nick doesn’t want to ruin the one relationship his brother Langford “Ford” has ever had, and he knows that Ford will be angry with him if he treated Nyx badly.

Nyx is a woman that has had a unique childhood. With parents that traveled a lot while their kids were young and taught them in the field while they were on a dig somewhere in the world, rather than send them to a conventional school, Nyx lacked the structure and safety of a home and more belongings than would fit in a backpack. She needs to be in control of her life and have safety and security, so her siblings think she’s boring.

Nyx is a lawyer working for a firm that does not appreciate her. She also works for her sister and brother, and they appreciate her, but they don’t pay her. She seems to be the level-headed child of the family and finds her world in upheaval when she makes one mistake while out of town working. Now her life has taken a complete turn and she’s lost, confused, and so scared. Nick wants to help her out and be there for her, but she is determined to stay on track and keep herself going. She doesn’t want to ask for help from anyone and the rich playboy is definitely not an option. I loved this story, the uncertainty that goes through Nyx’s mind constantly is something a lot of women feel, especially if they feel that they need to maintain constant control of their lives and survive on their own. It’s hard to relinquish our lives to someone when we are used to navigating alone. The push and pull between these two was entertaining and fun to read. The way that they became friends and then their friendship worked into more was great to read. I give this story a 5-star review and want to read more of Ms. Burgoa’s books.

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