Wednesday, October 16, 2019


A gripping, heart-pounding romance from USA Todaybestselling author Stacey Kennedy about a former FBI agent who will do anything it takes to protect his ex, or risk losing her for good... 

Asher Sullivan was once Remy Brennan's entire world--until he broke her heart into a million pieces. So when Asher crashes her wedding, Remy is certain he's come to claim her. To make her his again. Instead, it turns out Remy's groom is a con man scheming for her inheritance. Now all she's left with is an empty bank account, a serious case of lust for her gorgeous ex...and a duffel bag of cold, hard cash that might just fix all her problems.

Detective Asher Sullivan has always protected Remy. So when dangerous criminals start threatening her, Asher's most primitive instincts take over. Sticking by Remy's side means Asher is finally able to make amends for leaving her all those years ago. And soon they're giving in to their wicked, insatiable need. But just as Asher gets his second chance, a secret Remy is keeping could rip her away from him...forever.

Release Date: October 15, 2019
Forever Yours
Dangerous Love #2
Second chance romance/Romantic Suspense
Review copy provided by publisher

Nikki’s Review:
I knew from the get go that I was going to fall hard for Asher. Hell, I knew it in book 1 when he came onto the page. I was not disappointed.
I love second chance romances. I love the history between the characters and all the angst that comes with it. Asher and Remy have a past riddled with shared heartbreak, and this is where the angst that I like so much comes into play. Asher blames himself for the shit storm that Is Remy’s life at the moment, and she’s trying to move past all the hurt. I could really feel all of the emotion. It grabbed a hold of my heart very early on.

One of the things that I found a bit frustrating was the lack of communication between the hero and heroine. I mean, I understand where it comes from, but a conversation would saved them from a whole bunch of sadness. But that’s not how most romances books work. And honestly, even though it was something I struggled with, I wouldn’t want it any other way. I’m a sucker for punishment. I crave the journey. 

This is a great series. It takes place in a small coastal town, and has some quirky characters that you might find in a place with a small population. Lots of busybodies who mean well, but aren’t so subtle in their prying ways. I like that the main and secondary characters are close. They have a lifetime of memories between them all.

Mixed in with all the crazy sexiness in this book is some really good suspense. There’s a new character that’s introduced, and I can’t help but hope he gets a story. He has that anti-hero thing going on, and I find those guys absolutely irresistible.
Everything moved along really well in regards to the plot. I found myself wanting to read late into the night, even when tiredness was hanging over my eyelids. That doesn’t happen all that often for me. I like losing myself in a story that makes the lack of sleep totally worth it. Wicked Sinner did that and more. It was fun, suspenseful, and wickedly delicious. 

Rating: 4 Stars (A)

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