Mignon Mykel’s HOLDING is an amazing conclusion to the Playmaker Duet. HOLDING takes place where ALTERCATION left off; Asher Spence and Avery Prescott were kidnapped by Asher’s former foster father, James Johnson. Understandably, Asher is having difficulties dealing with the abduction and her memories that resurfaced. Mignon Mykeln does a fantastic job relating the emotional aspects to this story.
Asher is an astonishing heroine. She has undergone a lot and has grown tremendously through this series. She feels tainted. She has ghosts and experience self-doubt. I love Porter Prescott. He is supportive and loving to Asher. He gives Asher her space but is broken hearted doing it. The couple faces so much. They are stronger and better together.
The plot was tear-jerking and believable. Unexpected situations arise that the couple must face. The Prescott’s are a remarkable family that truly cares for one another. I love the epilogue. It made the story feel well concluded. At 91-pages HOLDING is a fast read. I could not put HOLDING down. I am sure I will end up re-reading this series. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.