After finishing A Life More Complete, I can say that Nikki Young is an awesome new author! I can’t wait to follow along with her writing career and see where it takes her.
I get on these kicks where all I want to read is on particular kind of book. I have been on an urban fantasy kick. A Life More Complete is the first book I have read since I came off that and it was just like a smack in the face! It was like here you go bitch, this is what you have been missing! Lol
This book was real. At a few moments it was even a bit ugly, but it was still real and that is what made it the fabulous book that it was.
This is my life. Somehow, somewhere I took one small misstep and ended up here.
Krissy, our heroine, is a bit dysfunctional. She is doing what she can to just get through life and exsist without really being noticed. She hates her career, yet continues on with it because it pays the bills and allows her to remain un emotionally attached to the people that surround her. She has the ideal guy that is madly in love with him, yet she can’t seem to drop what she is doing and return the love. See….dysfunctional….you hate your job, yet you bury yourself in it when you should be returning some love and attention to your beau!
But, as we know, everything happens for a reason right…..well what if the person you were trying to avoid for the rest of you life just happened to turn up out of the blue one day and you find out that you have to work with him….at a job you hate….after you and your perfect man just broke up……yea….so that happens, lol.
So what does Krissy do when she is faced with this? I say she should have run like hell, but of course, the heart wants what the heart wants and she can’t help herself! She is just so damn lonely and this seems to be the missing piece, at least for the moment. Krissy has to learn the hard way that something are meant to be and some aren’t…..did she make the right choice?
It's funny how your heart can deceive you. Follow your heart, people say but they never tell you that sometimes it makes the wrong choice.
This story will move you. It may even stop you. Whatever it is, I know you will come out in the end with some kind of emotional attachment to it. There is just no possible way that you can’t.