REVIEW: Unbroken Promises by Nikki Ash


Title: Unbroken Promises

Author: Nikki Ash

Genre: LGBT Romance

Publication Date: September 27, 2018

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The way Nikki pulled this off was truly magnificent. The friendships, love, heartbreak and all round togetherness. Even though you can predict what's coming the story itself is truly gripping from beginning to end. So many years shed, then came joy.

I really enjoyed reading this book. I literally couldn't put it down once I started reading it. I felt so many emotions while reading this book and it had me feeling happiness and sadness throughout the whole book. I love a good book that makes me feel so many emotions and a good book that can make me cry and this did just that! When I read a good book I wanna feel something when reading it, and I want to be sucked into the book. This book did just that!! I highly recommend reading this book if you enjoy a good book that brings out lots of emotions and feels!! I loved it!! I literally was left wanting more and more!!!

Loved this story line. A true act of love from the main characters. This story pulled at my heart strings. Be prepared with tissues!

I have to say that this book wrung so many different emotions out of me. Being new to Nikki Ash, I had no idea what I was in for. This book was full of both heartbreaking moments and moments that were just everything. Three friends since childhood, they take their relationship to another level. They make their relationship work for a while, however emotions change and the story truly takes off from there. I laughed and sobbed, and enjoyed this book even as I considered flinging my iPad more than once.

When we were kids, we made all kinds of promises. We promised to always be best friends, to always put each other first, and that no matter what, no one would come between us. Little did we know that life had its own plans.

We grew up and reality set in. We realized that not all love lasts forever, and some promises are meant to be broken. It’s ironic that the promises we made as kids, the ones we thought would hold us together, might just be the very thing that could tear us apart.