The fourth book in the scorching hot NEW YORK TIMES bestselling MARKED MEN New Adult seriesNash Donovan, tattooist and good-time guy, never knew his father. Instead, he was brought up by his Uncle Phil, the best role model and mentor a guy could have. But when Phil is rushed to hospital and... show more
The fourth book in the scorching hot NEW YORK TIMES bestselling MARKED MEN New Adult seriesNash Donovan, tattooist and good-time guy, never knew his father. Instead, he was brought up by his Uncle Phil, the best role model and mentor a guy could have. But when Phil is rushed to hospital and reveals he’s at the end stages of lung cancer, he wants Nash to know the truth. Reeling from the family secret Phil has let slip, Nash needs something to hold on to – and the nurse with the beautiful grey eyes taking care of Phil seems remarkably familiar…Saint Ford doesn’t know what to think when Nash crashes back into her life. They went to school together what feels like a million years ago and although she feels – and looks – very different, she can’t tell if Nash is still the same guy: the guy who teased and bullied her way back when and who she vowed never to forgive.But Nash is impossible to stay away from. From his flame-tattooed head to his multiple piercings, and his all-round good guy attitude, he’s unlike anyone Saint has ever known – does she still carry a flame for the first guy to steal her heart? And can she forgive him – and herself – for the mistakes of the past?
Publish date: April 24th 2014
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Marked Men (#4)
Molly’s Thoughts:Again! She has done it again. Another great Marked Men novel by the talented Ms. Crownover! I enjoyed this book so incredibly much. Nash and Saint…so glad they got their story! I’ll talk about Saint first. I loved her character. I loved feeling her emotions. Most of them, though,...
Oh my gawwwd... this girl is just so down on herself. I made it a whopping 20% before giving up. I can't stand to read any more of her "I'm so awkward, I'm useless and worthless, I'm super unattractive even though everyone tells me and acts otherwise, I'm a nobody, boo hoo broken heart in high schoo...
Another solid installment to the Marked Men series. The one thing that I really enjoyed in this one, that set it apart from the others, was that while Nash did have some issues he was trying to work through, he was a genuinely good guy. He cared for others immensely and wasn't the cruel person that ...
Quite a good and solid story until the heroine's insecurities WAY past the middlestarted going on my nerves. C+
Loved, loved, loved it. I know its fiction but I just adore this mismatched character family.