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Nash by Jay Crownover
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it was amazing
bookshelves: audio-review, heart-break-kinda-aww

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I’ve had Nash for a long time, and finally got around to listening to it, and Jay Crownover did not disappoint! MY favorite of the Marked Men Series was Rome, but I don’t know… this was right up there with Rome. Nash Donovan is the misfit of the group, the one that just is around, but always finds his way to help someone out. Well this is his story. But what we didn’t know was that sweet little nurse in Rome’s story Saint, turned out to be the next “victim” of the Marked Men!

Saint and Nash went to school together, yeah that’s right HIGHSCHOOL, it seems so far away for me, but if you must high school it is. She wasn’t the typical pretty girl, the size 2 beauty, no Saint Ford was the average girl with fiery red hair and little on the curvier side. She loved her some Nash, they shared a locker next to each other, but one day she happened to overhear Nash say something that was not meant for her, but poor Saint too it and ran with it. Years pass, and the self-esteem just crumbled, never being with anyone sexually intriguing all because of one bad boy name Nash.

Nash was older now, he was a man. A very tempting man who would bag any girl he would see, but there was something about this Saint Ford that he couldn’t step away from. A family illness causes the two to become more aware of one’s self, and they both become a little preserved on how one should be together. Trust was a factor, and being a big tattoo guy that runs a tattoo shop and ER Nurse- those two in society would not mesh.

But you can’t help you fall in love with, Love isn’t something you can negotiate, Nash. When it happens, it becomes everything.”

Nash helps Saint with her fears, while Saint helps Nash become a better person, a lot of struggles to get where they end, but it was all worth it. In each of these books you see a side of the Marked Men that you would never see on the outside, just like judging a book by its cover, if it’s a ugly cover than the story must be ugly, however with the Marked Men they are beautiful inside and out!

Both Paula Costello, and Tad Branson did well on the narration of Saint and Nash- Paula played a great Young adult narrator and Tad Branson… well he did great for Nash!! Excellent and definitely kept me interested.
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September 5, 2014 – Shelved
September 5, 2014 – Shelved as: audio-review
September 5, 2014 – Shelved as: heart-break-kinda-aww
September 5, 2014 – Finished Reading

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message 1: by Bj (new) - rated it 5 stars

Bj Loved this book, and Jay Crownover's latest Better When He's Bad. She is such a talented writer. Looking forward to your review.


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