Backslide by Nicole Dykes
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When you’re young, everything seems brighter, more hopeful, and like anything is possible.
Which is great. But it can also lead to so many mistakes.
Mistakes you promise yourself you’ll never make again.
You promise yourself you'll be smarter, guard your heart, and make better decisions. And you won’t ever let anyone crush you again.
But what happens when you’re confronted with the past?
Nash Davis is settled and happy, helping his brother and his wife pursue their dreams.
But when his biggest regret comes crashing back into his life, will he have the strength he promised himself he’d have?
Can he keep his walls up? Or will Adrian Walker’s presence be too much?
Will it lead toward an inevitable backslide to where they began? Or can there be a future after so much pain?
When Nash and Adrian are thrown together in the Ozarks for months, they’re about to find out.
|Another amazing read from author, Nicole Dykes. The way she cares for her characters and their stories is what makes her books so good. I am really loving this new path that Nicole has taken recently with her MM romances. They are filled with heart and soul.|
I could feel the anguish between Nash and Adrian that it made my heart hurt. What both Nash and Adrian had to go through to get to the endgame was not easy. Yet, I am glad that they had each other. The sexual moments between them were hot but tender as well. I read this book in one afternoon.
I do have to give a shout out to Hayden. He brought the comedic relief to this book. I hope that I see him again in the future as I would love to see him get his own story and HEA.
Meet Nicole Dykes
Nicole Dykes is a wife and a 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 that fuels her writing.