Totally His by Erin Nicholas is one of those books you can’t put down once you start. I didn’t realize this was part of a series until I reached the end. The good news is you don’t have to read the two previous books.
I’ve followed Erin Nicholas for years and hadn’t yet had the chance to read her work until now. What’s wrong with me, right? I had no idea how much I was missing out on.
I loved Totally His. The characters are more than likable, their struggles are relatable, and the story felt real. The more I read about Finn Kelly’s family, the more I wished they weren’t fictional. Who doesn’t want a family like theirs? They sort of operate in the “one for all and all for one” kind of motto.
I don’t usually care much for cops or firefighter romances, but I’ll say this is the exception to the rule. I fell in love with every single one of them, though Finn is my favorite.
I liked that Finn was just a cop, no fancy detective. I enjoyed the fact that he’s possessive but not overbearing. I loved that though he has his doubts about Sophie, he owns his attraction toward her from the beginning and he doesn’t waste time with what if’s. He’s decisive, and I just love that in a hero.
Then, there’s Sophie. She’s been through a lot thanks to her infamous dad, and she’s put up with it all along. But I enjoyed watching her reach her tipping point and say enough is enough. I loved the fact that even though Finn wants to protect her, he isn’t there to intervene when she stands up for herself and goes borderline psycho in front of her dad. That was the best scene. I rooted for her all throughout.
This is definitely one I will read again, I loved it that much!