Review: Restrained, Nicole Dykes
Grief can hold us back. Sorrow can make us stop enjoying our lives for fear of being too happy when what we truly want is never possible.
Lola Sterling has deprived herself of living for a long time. Remaining laser-focused on everyone and trying to fit their pieces back together.
But can someone from the past repair her?
Could he help her heart break free from the painful restraints put there from a devastating loss?
Can the Sterling family ever come back from the tragedy?
Time will only tell.
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Lola and Hayden's story was sexy and sweet with some surprises in the mix. And although I enjoyed it a lot and I'm happy Lola found her soulmate, her story and what happened only managed to have more of a mess about Asher and Viv. These two will be the death of me. I have a feeling their last book is gonna be ten times worst than what we have already seen. I'm scared. Asher is broken and he isn't doing any of the growing up he needs to in order for them to work things out. I'm sure they are gonna hurt each other a lot before things get better. I still hate that Viv and Swayer are a thing.
I did love to see Penelope and Linc and how happy they were despite everything. And as always Baz was a complete joy, he's my favorite ever.
Restrained is the story of Lola, the oldest Sterling, and Hayden, her newest client who she desperately needs for her and P's business to stay afloat. Hayden is hiding a few things that will shock everyone. He is just what Lola needed and he proves himself to be the perfect addition to the family. Can't wait to see how these two will be in the last book. I have a feeling Hayden and Asher are gonna be great friends and that these two (Lola&Hayden) will be a key help for Viv and Asher. Thank Christ we don't have to wait that long for the next book because I have been dying and after that preview it's gotten worse.
Meet Nicole Dykes
Nicole Dykes is a wife and professional assistant/mom to two gorgeous girls.
Currently residing in Kansas, she’s a lover of coffee, Kansas City Chiefs, and all things romance.
She currently has over 20 published books with her Monroe and Adamson series being the most popular.
She enjoys cranking up the angst level, making her readers cry, and turning those tears into the coffee the fuels her writing.
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