The Jenkins family is on my list of families to love. I have quite a few wonderful families I love to read about, and this story ranked high in my rating of coolest families. This story featured Nathaniel Jenkins-Moore and his love interest Liberty Stewart. Liberty had finally made the decision to divorce and leave her abusive marriage. Liberty made the decision to change her life when she came face-to-face with the man she’d always loved from her former life. The bad part in this situation was Nate’s total disdain and hatred for his former love interest. Depending how you view their situation, It was either a blessing or a curse because Nate and Liberty obviously still cared for one another, but neither was willing to admit to the other their truth.
Liberty worked for LCA Construction company as a project manager. Her firm had commissioned a partnership with Jenkins and Son’s to support one another in an expansive project. This project offered each business excellent financial and growth potential in the coming years. When the initial meeting to hash out the business and logistics details began, Nate came face to face with his old girlfriend he’d known as Kayla. Not Liberty Stewart.
Naturally, the sh!+ hit the fan, and the one-time lovers were thrust into a battle of wills. Once Nate realized Liberty was his Kayla; he blatantly refused to work with his ex. The two had a battle of wills for a short beat, and once Liberty explained her reasons why she’d married her ex, Nate’s heart softened, and they eventually agreed to work together and began a clandestine relationship. The business partners/former lovers became bed partners sharing sheets, shirts, and business plans. The couple’s relationship was easy to see, and the love and connection showcased this magnificent Jenkins Family love story. The story flowed well, and the characters were nicely developed. It’s always lovely to read about friends to enemies, to lovers, to more. Overall, this was another very good read from one of my go-to authors when I need a wonderful story. Go get yours and enjoy the read. 5.0 Stars.