What they say:
‘Casey may have not known what was in store for her when she met Jonah Black on MyTrueMatch.com, but now that she’s with him, life has become even more unexpected. She’s discovered someone else in the picture and now she cannot figure out how she fits into the puzzle.
Convinced that he doesn’t need her, Casey is torn between giving up and doing whatever it takes to help her family. But Jonah, it turns out, needs her more than she knows.
Time is something neither of them have.
Can they hold each other together as the clock runs out?’
What we say – review by Charlotte Foreman:
Right, I’m going to try not to spoil anything with the ending or other parts of the story, seeing at it’s in three separate parts.
I had an end to the book in my mind. It was nothing like what actually played out. I can’t say for sure whether or not I’m 100% happy with the conclusion, it was definitely good but I wanted lots more. Part three is as, if not more, emotional as the rest of Casey and Jonah’s journey and it’s extremely impressive how Nikki Rae manages convey this on the page. The whole concept of The Donor is one that’s had a huge impact on me and I felt very invested in Casey and what would happen to her. She’s selfless to the extreme and it’s hard to imagine if you yourself would be brave enough to take on the things she did in order to help both her family and, in the end, a stranger. She saw what needed to be done, swallowed her fear and did it, which is the kind of bravery not many can boast of possessing.
I would have definitely preferred to have read The Donor as one whole story, mostly because I’m impatient but also because I wanted to stay with Casey and Jonah and not keep leaving them. But it did build the anticipation as I kept a constant look out to see if the next part had been delivered to my inbox.
Nikki Rae is an incredible writer and I honestly can’t wait for her next book.
Nikki Rae is a writer who lives in New Jersey. As an independent author, she has appeared numerously on Amazon Best Seller lists and she concentrates on making her imaginary characters as real as possible. Nikki writes mainly dark, scary, romantic tales, but she’ll try anything once. When she is not writing, reading, or thinking, you can find her spending time with animals, drawing in a quiet corner, or studying people. Closely.