Today is the release day of the final book in the Nash Brothers series!
Ryan Shea has sworn off men.
After her last relationship imploded in front of her eyes, she decides to take a break from swimming in the dating pool … possibly forever. The brilliant computer whiz loses her brain when it comes to love, and jumping feet first burns her every time.
Without a home, or much of a clue where life is headed, taking a trip back to the small town of Fawn Hill to stay with her best friend seems like the only option.
Except it puts Ryan directly in the path of the one man she can’t fall for. Fletcher Nash reminds her too much of the dark past she’s always run from; his demons are the things of her nightmares. And it’s no help that, when he looks at her, she feels as if Fletcher is the one person who truly understands.
Fletcher Nash vowed not to fall in lust.
Five years of sobriety, and he hasn’t broken the chastity promise yet. Not that it had to keep for this long … he’s well over the normal year addicts are told not to get involved.
But, aside from a busy schedule and trying to chase his dream of becoming a full-time artist, he has no intentions of committing to a woman until she is the one.
Why is it, then, that sassy, city girl Ryan Shea comes dangerously close to resembling the exact woman he could break that promise for? Like sand through his fingers, there is no way she’ll stay put … but his heart just won’t listen.
They pledged not to love anyone until it was the real thing.
So what happens when two people terrified of falling head-over-heels, actually do?
Rating: 4/5 Stars
This just might have been my favorite book out of this series. I had anticipated that Ryan and Fletcher would end up together a few books ago, so it was exciting to actually see it happen.
I liked how their relationship progressed at a decent pace; it didn’t seem rushed, which is something that can happen sometimes with romance novels. I also don’t think that I’ve ever read a book (at least that I can recall) that had a main character (as in, parts of the book are told from their POV) that was an addict. I don’t know much about that, but it seemed that Carrie portrayed it accurately.
The epilogue allows us to see a glimpse into their, and the rest of the group’s future, which is something that has happened at the end of all of the Nash Brothers books that I have really appreciated. I loved getting to see where our beloved characters end up!
Overall, I think this was a sweet ending to the series, and I can’t wait to read Carrie’s next book!
*due to mature content, I’d recommend this book for 17+
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s playlist friday post for this book!
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