Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance, New Adult, Year of Reviews - 2021

Review – My Kind of Love by Nikki Ash

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My Kind of Love; Finding Love #1 
(A standalone within a series)

Publication Date: January 21, 2021

Genre: Contemporary/New Adult/Military romance

Author: Nikki Ash


Review Rating: 5 Gold Stars



I swooned, I cried, I laughed and My Kind of Love had me repeating these emotions over and over again.

Nikki Ash had me on an emotional roller coaster with two beautiful souls who found one another after the loss of their first loves.

While both Micaela and Ryan losses were different, how they loved their first spouses or sought solace in each others arms during their brief affair when they were both healing, their love for one another was different and no less special. However, Ryan was only home in between his next deployments so letting Micaela go was the best decision for both of them, until he came home to news that upended his life and changed hers forever.

While Micaela battles with the emotions that overtake her with Ryan’s active military status, the same status that took the life of her first husband, she also battles with the new challenges that life has thrown in her way. One of the biggest being, can she ever let go of her past hurts to ever move forward with a life with Ryan?

Ryan is one of the sweetest men. He has a savior complex, for sure, but it’s more than his need to help which is entirely endearing. Even finding out the reasons why he married his first wife makes him even more loveable and extremely hard to dislike him at any point in the story.

Micaela is a strong character, even when she’s broken. She suffers a terrible loss at a very young age, which shapes how she reacts to anything for the rest of her life, but with all that takes place she is still strong in her will and fortitude.

Ryan and Micaela find and help one another, while discovering their own kind of love together. It’s a powerful story about family and love filled with lots of emotions.



Once upon a time, a boy and a girl met and fell in love…
That’s the way my love story began, but unlike the fairy tale, it ended with me standing in the cemetery, watching my prince get lowered into the ground, along with all our dreams.
Now he’s gone and I’m lost.
Until an impromptu trip to my family’s beach house has me spending time with Ryan.
With his help, I’m learning to live again and make plans for the future.
The only problem is, we both know they can’t include him.
So, when our time is up, we do the only thing we can do—go our separate ways.

My entire life, I’ve felt like the waves in a raging sea—crashing and breaking, never settling.
Until Micaela stormed in like a hurricane, colliding into my life and my heart.
I thought she’d be my destruction, but instead she turned out to be my calm.
The more time we spend together, the more life she breathes into both of us.
But all too quickly, our time is up and she’s ready to face her future—one I can’t be a part of.
So, I do the impossible and walk away.
But life is crazy, and love knows no bounds. You might’ve thought this is where our story ends, but the truth is… it’s only the beginning.

My Kind of Love is a full-length stand-alone romance in the Finding Love series.

My Kind of Love is releasing January 21st!

What you need to know about My Kind of Love:

💜 Military romance
💜 A little bit of an age gap
💜 ALL the feels
💜 🔥 🔥 🔥

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