Burning Night by Nikki Broadwell is a story of fiction but in reality could very well be truth on some levels. This is a great story and I would recommend reading it. The characters are fully developed and can easily be a friend, neighbor, or yourself on some level. This story is about an abusive relationship. If you are like me, I found it difficult at times due to the fact it reminded me so much of what has been within my social/family circle. One thing I really enjoyed with Nikki Broadwell is that she did not let the abuse ruin Collie’s life. She decided to make Collie a force to be dealt with and not a victim in the corner. Collie is on journey of self-discovery. She will have to decide how to proceed with her life. This story does have its ups and downs, twists and turns, and full of emotions. You will have to read if Collie can get past her demons. I cannot wait to read more books from Nikki Broadwell.
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