Nine (Boyle Heights)

Nine (Boyle Heights)

by Elizabeth Reyes

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940155299851
Publisher: Elizabeth Reyes
Publication date: 07/01/2018
Series: Boyle Heights
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 42,561
File size: 527 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

I write because I must. It's not a choice or a pastime, it's an unyielding calling and my passion." ~Elizabeth Reyes~ USA Today Bestselling Author, Elizabeth Reyes continues to answer to her calling on a daily basis. Since releasing her debut novel Forever Mine (Moreno Brothers #1) in 2010 she has now published 9 novels total and fast at work on the next. The excitement her Moreno Brothers, 5th Street, and Fate series have garnered have far exceeded her wildest dreams. It is with as much excitement that she'll continue to put out books related to these series as well as introduce brand new ones very soon. Keep up with all her upcoming books/events/signings by visiting her website. www.ElizabethReyes.com Also come join the fun by visiting and liking her fan page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elizabeth-Reyes/278724885527554

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Nine (Boyle Heights) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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at1253 11 months ago
I have been waiting for this book what seems like forever and I finally got it only to finish in A DAY! Couldn't put it down. I now have yet another book crush. I seriously doubt anyone who is a fan of Elizabeth's books will be disappointed in this one. And now I can't wait for the next book in the series. I wont leave any spoilers and for those that are new to her books take a chance because you wont regret it.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Nine is part of the Boyle Heights series, but each book can be read as a standalone and I do truly mean this as this is my first book in this series and I started right here, with Mr. Nine himself. Love the way he got his nickname, though I agree with Drew he is more like a ten. Settling for Mr. Perfect isn’t always your best option when you are trying to be responsible for your daughter and future. I loved the way reality lingo was used to speak around the little one, it was quite laughable. I truly did want to shake Tad a little and just wanted to say, “here’s the sign, wake up!” Zion is the chosen one! Haha Rudy may have been a bad boy, but his heart was full of gold and those scenes with the littles was so heartfelt. Phoenix is a story I’d love to see more on and oh maybe a trip to Orlando is on the horizon. Drew loved her and how she was as a co-parent with her daughter. This book covered so many topics (sensitive to some and eye opening to others) and I loved the moms and dads (can’t forget them) and it was hilarious to see how society views others (Nine’s comments). Let me rephrase this, on some things others not so funny and quite sad really and kinda broke my heart, but it’s portrayed to how society is and hopefully down the road this will be acceptable. Love the person on the inside not on the outside! I could not agree more with Nine on his statements and trust me I did not take offense to any of them and I am both of these things (couldn’t think of a better noun). I will leave this vague as this to avoid spoilers. Loved seeing that while we see secondary characters from Boyle Heights or 5th Street that you are never felt like you are missing any piece of these characters in this story. I highly recommend this book to anyone enjoys wine and reading these types of stories. It is truly an eye opener all around for so many!