Post apocalyptic romance.
"As she mentions in her introduction, Nicolina Martin wrote this apocalyptic tale during the height of the pandemic. You can feel the isolation of social distancing, the fear of others, the chaos of the time, yet she infused the sense of hope, a surety of future even if it is different. Eve is pure, removed from the everyday by virtue of who she is. Adam is lost in so many ways, but finds himself in Eve. Profound thoughts and imagery abound in plain language in this work. It must have been cathartic for Martin to write it. It was cathartic for me to read it."
I survived the fall of civilization, but I didn't live... until I met him.
Adam is not a good man. He's a criminal. A warlord. Someone who takes without asking. He is guarded and cold.
But that's not all he is. He's also a father. A leader. A battered soul who refuses to stop fighting.
I'm blind, but I see the real man behind the wounded, world-weary façade, and I want him more than I've ever wanted anything. His touch sets my skin ablaze. He fills my house with laughter and light, and then leaves me with a gift that might bring life to a dying world.
It seems our love can save... everything.