I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.All The Things I'm Missing At Home by Nikki-Michelle
on April 15, 2017
Pages: 282 pages
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All the Things I’m Missing at Home is the story of two married couples and one hell of a sixth degree of separation.
Staci and Donovan haven’t been the same since tragedy wreaked havoc on their marriage. Staci is battling an addiction that Donovan stands no chance against. Since Donovan faults Staci for their farce of a marriage, he seeks solace elsewhere. Staci is left to find comfort in the arms of another.
Jerome and Sheila have been in love since college; however, Sheila has gone from a loving and devoted wife, to an all-around career woman. She no longer has time to show her husband love and affection. When a man’s fed up, he seeks love and affection in the arms of another woman.
When two couples’ worlds collide, and outside influences are at play, drama ensues in this sensual tale about addiction, adultery, deceit, and manipulation.
In All The Things I’m Missing At Home, we follow the lives of several characters that made this a very compelling read for me.
Staci/Pina is trying to deal with matters at home that she can’t control that lead her to take drastic measures to include stepping out of her marriage to try to turn things around, but that only makes it worse.
Jerome/Rome is looking for love in all the wrong places, and so is his wife, Shelia. When demons from both couples collide, relationships are exposed and what happens next had me in shock.
Nikki-Michelle has written a page turning, roller coaster ride of a book that also has intriguing plot twists that hooked me from page one and I read in a few hours. The story has all the elements of a great read that you want in a book. Drama & Sexy fun read full of complications.
There were a few editing issues that I hope will be corrected before the next printing as I received a PDF copy for review. Even with that, I recommend you read this book and it would make a great book club read. I will read more work by Nikki-Michelle!
Reviewed by: Linda C.