Review: Safe With Me (Falling For A Rose Book 1) by Stephanie Nicole Norris

Small business owner and financial advisor, Samiyah Manhattan is mourning the death of her six-year marriage when she vows never to trust men again. Alone at a local bar, Samiyah attempts to put her situation in perspective when she is drawn inexorably to the presence of a nearby patron.
Celebrity ex-boxer and heavyweight champion turned business mogul, Jonas Alexander Rose never takes women too seriously. They only attach themselves to him because of his star-studded status. However, when he meets the beautiful Samiyah Manhattan mulling over a mimosa at his favorite bar and grill, Jonas is overwhelmed by the heart throbbing heated attraction, and now he is on a mission to explore this thing called love. But can Jonas break the barrier that Samiyah’s put up and is he even ready? Find out if Jonas and Samiyah are a match made in heaven or if they will miss out on their happily ever after in Safe With Me. Book one in the Falling For A Rose Series.
The Falling for a Rose series follows each member of the Rose family as they explore this thing called love. However, each book is just as enjoyable if read as a standalone as it is if read in the series order.

After having her heart-broken by a man she thought she would spend the rest of her life with, Samiyah decides to live a little and then go back to her quiet. Well, a trip to the bar changed all that. Meeting Jonas Alexander Rose takes her on a ride she never would have imagined. Both of them have some struggles they have to endure.

Jonas has retired from boxing and very few people know why. Fighting with that inner turmoil and some previous family guilt, Jonas has always managed to keep things to himself. He soon finds out that in order to keep Samiyah he has to let her in and start healing himself.

Samiyah and Jonas are hot. You will need a glass of ice water and a bottle of wine to read this book. Stay tuned for the next book in the series.

Stephanie Nicole Norris has a way to pull you into her stories from the very first page. The characters are individuals who are strong, independent and sometimes bossy. You love them because they care and have a heart of gold, even if they are trying to hide it.

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