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Nickel – Winter Travers

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Simple. Neat. Orderly.

A place for everything, and everything in its place.

Karmen Handel’s life growing up had been anything but quiet and simple. A deadbeat father, a mother who never wanted her, and a grandmother who could care less were the perfect recipe to ensure Karmen built a wall around herself and never let anyone in. When her past comes back to haunt her, Karmen has no one to help her. Until Nickel.

Complicated. Dirty. Restless.

Live to ride. Ride to live.

Nickel Cunningham lives free with the brothers he calls family and has never craved anything more until he met Karmen. The shy, quiet nurse who cares for his grandma caught his eye months ago, and he hasn’t been able to get her off his mind since. Nickel knows what he wants, but he’s never had to fight for it before. Until Karmen,

I’d like to thank Enticing Journey’s for sending me a copy of this in preparation for the latest book in the series being published.

Karmen is so insecure and it’s a big part of who she is. Although it’s a part of her it gets tiring fast. Like girl get your ass out of your pity party.

Nickel he’s a good egg the way he wants to treat her and make her feel like a princess and sexy. The baby nickname he had for Karmen got so annoying because it was so overused and just didn’t feel natural to me.

Their relationship feels very insta-lovey to me and I don’t really see much of a connection there other than a physical one. It also feels very juvenile. Big plot issues so to speak yet their relationship feels so childish. Then they have moments where they are really serious adults. They are all over the place but I kind of like it.

I really enjoy the plot, I also love Cora and Karmen and their little chats. The plot is intense it is keeping me hooked all the way through! I am just wanting to keep reading!

The book changed paces quite a few times but it worked, and I really enjoyed it. I thought the ending was perfect and I also love the fact she was having a baby!

I couldn’t find a box big enough to fit him in. Well that makes me sound like a murderer or something.

This quote. Is a brilliant open liner.

I really enjoyed the story, the characters and the plot, and with how it ended I can’t wait to read Pipe.

5 stars

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