June 15, 2018

Nailed Review!


A scorching ‘enemies to lovers’ office romance proves hazardous in this new stand-alone from NYT and USA Today bestselling author Cora Brent. 

The good news: Audrey Gordon has just received a dream assignment managing one of the city’s largest construction projects. 
The bad news: She’ll be teamed up with cocky office rival and former lover Jason Roma. 
Audrey’s got a lot to prove to herself and to her overachieving family. She’s certainly not going to let arrogant Jason Roma get in the way of her success, despite the fact that he never passes up an opportunity to get under her skin. Audrey swears she’ll keep Jason at arm’s length no matter how fast her pulse races whenever he walks into the room. 
However, Jason seems to have his own ideas about what Audrey needs. He’s determined to win another chance with her and prove that he’s not the callous jerk she thinks he is. 
But when a personal tragedy shakes Audrey to her core, will she push Jason away forever? 
Or will she learn a few lessons about love and finally let him into her heart?

Nailed by Cora Brent was an absolutely unputdownable read right from the very beginning.

If you are a follower of my blog, you know that I am a huge fan of workplace romances, as well as enemies to lovers. Nailed combined both of these romance tropes flawlessly.

Audrey and Jason  are two characters who will leave you thinking about their story long after you have finished reading it. This is mostly because of the spark inducing connection they have, but also because their stories are ones that may be relatable to people in the real world. I loved that neither of them had it easy. Yes, they both had people in their corner to help them along, but they both worked like crazy to get where they are in life.

To top things off, I was so thrilled to see a female character, Audrey in a profession where you don't necessarily see that many female individuals. For me, this made the novel all the more intriguing and thrilling.

I highly recommend this novel to everyone. The writing style is flawless, and goes far beyond a typical enemies to lovers story. Audrey and Jason have the perfect blend of angst, tension and love.

4.5/5 Stars!

* Thanks to Thomas Allen for providing me with a review copy*

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