All to Myself: An Urban Romance Novella by Aubree Pynn
Nashaun is not your typical family man. He’s one with a record, but he doesn’t let it define who he is. While everything falling apart around him, he never expected to connect with Nina of all people.
She was the complete opposite of everything he was used to. Nina is about her business no matter what. But that doesn’t stop her from feeling for Nashaun against her better judgment. Can these two be all about one another or will life get in the way?
Nina Played Zero Games
Nina didn’t take any mess from Nashaun. I love when women stand up for themselves especially when dealing with demanding men. Pynn made sure readers understood that about Nina and I enjoyed every minute of it.
Nashaun and Nina were both people that embodied the phrase “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” Pynn did a great job of making her characters layered. This brings me to the plot twist at the end was something I wasn’t expecting at all and made me want to read the sequel just to see what happens.
I enjoyed this story but it could have used a tad bit more romance, the focus seemed to be on the family business. I really enjoyed reading more than two vantage points throughout the story.
By the end of the novella, I certainly noticed a change in the viewpoints of the main characters, I always like when characters change by the end of a story, whether good or bad.
Overall, I give this novella three out of five stars. I definitely think if you’re looking for a quick novella with some excitement this is for you.