I want to hate her but can’t. She left me and nothing is right—until I find a dangerous reason to fight for love.
After Nori’s abrupt decision to move out in the middle of the night and cut off all communication with him, Micah spirals out of control to the point his company is on the verge of collapse and he’s turning into a public drunken spectacle.
For Nori, the man-child who looks more like a real-life super hero than a brilliant game programmer is the one person who makes her life crazy. Is her safety worth the magnetic pull to be with him?
When events and people threaten real danger, the threat forces them to come together. Undeniable chemistry takes over and they’re powerless to deny the force.
Join Micah and Nori as they fight ghosts of past hurts and enemies of real flesh and blood to see if theirs is a love worth saving.
Note: This is the romantic suspenseful continuation and ending of the steamy romantic story of Micah and Nori, told from his point of view. Book Two takes up where Book One left off and is best enjoyed by reading Book One first.
Him & Her Book Two is the continuation of a contemporary love story full of romantic suspense, wit and insane chemistry between a man and woman moving in different directions until fate intervenes to offer them a new one—with each other.
This sexy, fun, exciting and witty novel by Shelby Mitchell is a BWWM (Black Woman White Man) interracial contemporary romance full of suspense and steamy passion that contains adult subject matter, descriptive and explicit sex, strong adult language and mature topics including sex between a billionaire and a curvy, voluptuous black woman. For adults only—Not suitable for readers under 18.
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It would have gotten more stars if...
Pros: I loved the story. It's refreshing to see the story told from the WM's perspective & how he cherishes and worships his BW. She's also presented in a positive light, which is great.
Cons: I'm upset that this book didn't look to be proofread at all. The deeper into the book I got, the worse the grammar, the punctuations & the wording became. It really interfered with my reading. If I'm going to spend money on a book, I have expectations for a professional book.