Review: My Kind of Beautiful by Nikki Ash (Finding Love #2)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Enticing Journey Book Promotions.

Is falling in love with your best friend worth risking a lifelong friendship? That question is at the heart of Nikki Ash's second novel in her Finding Love series. Twenty-five-year-old firefighter and paramedic Aleczander Sterling and twenty-one-year-old college student and surfer Alexandria Scott have been best friends for what feels like forever, and that friendship means more to them than they can say. Which is why there's simply no way Alec is going to confess that he's been in love with Lexi since they were teenagers. But what would he do if he found out Lexi felt the same way, both when it came to being in love with him and fearing she may lose him if things don't work out? Will either of them have the courage to take a chance? Even if they do, not everyone may be happy for them.

I really enjoyed Alec and Lexi's story! I understood their fear when it came to their friendship and their love for each other. These two were so comfortable with one another, and the fact that their families were so entwined and had been for years added this whole other bit of complication. I liked seeing them evolve from best friends to lovers and to realize that love and happiness are worth taking a risk for. I'm also looking forward to the next couple in the series because their interactions certainly have me very curious as to what story Nikki Ash has waiting for them. 4.5 stars for My Kind of Beautiful.

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Read my reviews for the Finding Love series:


My Kind of Love (book one) - 4.5 stars - My Review

My Kind of Beautiful (book two) - 4.5 stars - My Review (posted above)

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Release Date: 25 March 2021

Date Read: 24 March 2021

Learn more about Nikki Ash.

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