Monday, 16 April 2018

REVIEW - Clinched - Nikki Ash


TITLE - Clinched
AUTHOR - Nikki Ash






Blurb:

Charlie is everything I want and didn’t realize I need. It’s clear to me now that the woman I met at the club is only one layer of the woman I’m falling for. I’m a fixer by nature but for the first time I wouldn't fix a thing. I want her just the way she is. Broken pieces and all. Who needs the fairy tale when we can have the reality. 

Tristan is everything I want, yet don't deserve. He’s loving, protective, smart, an amazing father, and he’s on to me. That's why I need to speed this story up and tell him everything, so we can flip to the end of the book, and him and his daughter can move on to the next story. One where they get a happily ever after. Because there’s no story I’m a part of that ends in any way but tragedy.



Johnaka's Review:


“Healing hearts, 5 stars”

I am a huge fan of Nikki’s since basically the beginning. When I read about Tristan when he was a child I knew I would love him as an adult. And let me tell you that character? He’s perfection. He is loyal to a fault and willing not to ask questions if he knows not to no matter how bad he wants to ask. His love for his daughter basically bleeds out of him. He is basically the definition of what a mother and woman want for a partner and her child. I’m 99% sure that he should be under the definition of book boyfriend in the dictionary.

Charlie is broken and that’s the best way to describe her without too much detail. My heart bled for almost the whole story for her. She found happiness with Tristan and his daughter Lexi, but a part of her was still missing. One can heal, but one doesn’t forget the hurt and her hurt is big.

I loved all the players in Clinched. They each played their parts perfectly and made it ridiculously easy to fall into the story. You meet new characters and get time with old ones. I won’t lie at the end of Clinched my heart was full of happiness for them but it hurt at the same time because we are one step closer to the end of a family we have loved for what feels like forever.

Now rest assured if you are new to Nikki, you don’t have to read the stories that come before Clinched. But I recommend it to get the full family experience.


Star Ratings:
Plot-5/5
Characters-5/5
Heat-5/5
Writing style-5/5
Overall-5/5