- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 6317 KB
- Print Length: 274 pages
- Publisher: Sankofa Girl (22 Oct. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076P4XTQC
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,735 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mr. Big is a second chance romance full of angst and pain. Emma and Zach have known each other since they were kids; Zach is the best friend of her brother. History and pain keep them apart for over ten years and they spend a good portion of the first half of the story fighting how they feel for one another.
The slow boil romance is back and forth and well laid out. Zach is a man who believes he is not a good choice for Emma, that he simply isn’t good enough for her because of who he is. Darkness swirls in his head and eats away at his self-worth. His internal battle is at times so harsh you can visualise how little worth he has in himself. The way Emma sees him is so completely different, she knows his worth.
‘Emma was now his responsibility and he had no idea what to do about it. Once rule though: despite the years, she was still off-limits.
You’d do well to remember that.’
The flashbacks in this story blend in effortlessly with the present. These scenes give more depth of colour to the characters’ lives. The only issue I had with this book is the blurb. It talks about a man and his large stick, and yet his stick isn’t even that prominent in the story, which to me is great. Mr. Big was all about the love two people had for each other and the pain that surrounded them and made them doubt themselves and what they were trying to make of their future together.
The description and attention to detail when it came to London was done by an author who clearly loves London. She clearly has a great understanding on the correct method practices in how to create a good read. Mr. Big was full of secondary characters that made me laugh or made me want to punch someone. Zach’s self-deprecation was deep and black. Self-destructive to the core and full of so much venom I feared he may poison himself before he found his way.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story and fell a bit in love with Zach. It was nice to read a story that was given from both main characters points of view. It was done with ease and flowed easily so I didn’t struggle following whose part I was reading or what was going on.
I think we have all had this relationship experience of a first crush that got away and not taking the leap to see what happens. I adore a good love story and this was definitely one of those.
I connected with both Zach and Emma as characters and felt like I was part of the story. It was a wonderfully written plot with lots of chemistry and I couldn’t put it down. It makes you connect with the story and characters from the start and draws you in.
I hope Nana does more sequels to this book and explore the characters and their relationship further. This is the first book I have read by this author but I can’t wait to read more.
Zach is the best friend of Emma's brother, so they have known each other most of their lives. Both have hidden feelings for the other, but have never acted on them. I don't want to give too much away, but due to a tragedy, life has changed them both and now they have been thrown together they have to navigate their past and a possible future. Zach is a man with a troubled past, and a huge weight on his shoulders that he knows could destroy any future that could be possible for him and the love of his life, Emma.
I loved the passion and lust of this couple. I loved that they couldn't fight their feelings but yet at the same time, how they dealt with their issues and struggles kept me captivated to the pages.
The death of Emma's brother has had some lasting effects on her. With her mother doing her best to wrap her in cotton wool, Emma knows she needs some space to let herself live a little. Following in her brothers footsteps and moving to London doesn't get off to the best of starts but Emma doesn't let it hold her back. I loved Emma. She's young and fairly sheltered but there's something extremely likeable about her.
I really enjoyed this romance. The characters are great, the story kept me interested and there's plenty of sexual tension. Another good book from Nana Malone.
Zach is a self made businessman. He left home after high school with nothing more than a few pounds to his name determined to make something of himself and leave his past behind. It wasn’t easy but with hard work and the right connections he achieved success.
Emma has been longing to get out of the small town she grew up in and experience more of the world. Her opportunity arrives in a scholarship to the University of West London.
Shortly after arriving Emma’s best friend talks her into having a girls night out. The last person Emma expected to run into was Zach.
They’ve loved each other for years but neither one had the courage to tell the other. Now they have a chance to become more than just friends but will the painful secret that Zach keeps tear them apart.
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