Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Nina Levine


He doesn’t do relationships. Neither does she. But they can’t fight the attraction any longer…

Nash Walker hides the demons that consume his soul. He buries them deep and distracts himself with sex. Anything to avoid facing a past full of heartbreak and regret; anything to numb the pain that he struggles with daily.

Velvet Carr has spent years fighting her demons. It’s a fight she’s winning. That is, until Nash crashes his way into her life and into her heart.

It started out as a bit of harmless fun between friends; it wasn’t meant to get complicated for either of them. But when two broken souls come together and arouse unwanted feelings in each other, complicated is what happens.

Can Nash and Velvet help heal each other and revive the love in their lives that they’ve both been refusing to allow in for years? Or will they let their demons ruin any chance they may have at happiness?

Manda's 4 Star Review:

Nash Walker is completely consumed by the demons of his past and hides his pain by burying it deep and indulging in random women. He never wants anything more because he never wants to let anyone in to his past. Until he meets Velvet Carr. Velvet has demons of her own that she battles every day and most days she wins. She sees something in Nash that he doesn’t see in himself. She is determined to be his friend and be there for him to help him overcome his demons. They have a strong attraction to each other and decide to give into it. Nothing complicated just fun between friends, but Nash's demons pull him away from Velvet and threaten to destroy their friendship. They have to figure out a way to fight through the pain of the past to find a future they both deserve or let the demons win and lose the best thing that could ever happen to them.

This series just keeps getting better and better. Nash and Velvet are both extremely complex characters with painful pasts. The story is amazing and I could not put it down. Right from the beginning I was pulled in to the story and curious about what pain was in Nash's past that kept him so angry and closed off. He is such a complex and complicated character with so much pain and anger. Then there is Velvet who at the beginning of this book I really couldn't remember but the further in I got the more I remembered her from the previous books. Loved her character and could not get enough of this story. There is so much going on with this series and I cannot wait for the next story!!

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