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    Great end to the series

    5 Star review of Harmless (Pier 70 #4) by Nicole Edwards This is the fourth and final book in the Pier 70 M/M series and I loved it. It's always sad when a series comes to an end but what a way to end it. Every one of these books I have felt was the best yet, but Harmless is now officially my favourite of the series. This is Roan Gregory and Colton Seguine's (Seg) story. What happens when a top line hockey player, who is in the closet, decides to risk it all for the love of a man? Will he be shunned by his family, his team mates, his fans, perhaps fired from his job? That is the fears facing Seg as he struggles to decide what he wants. Will he risk it all for Roan whom he believes to be his soul mate? This book evoked so many emotions in me; I laughed, I cried, I shouted with frustration, I was angry, I was sad and happy. What Roan and Seg go through is so raw at times and it made me realise just how hard life can be for a person who is gay, let alone someone in the public eye. “His mother smiled. “Whose the lucky man who brought my boy out of the darkness and into the light?” That right there brought tears to my eyes, her acceptance was wonderful; but not all conversations go like that. Acceptance is never a given and the fear Seg felt was at times overwhelming. Secrets can destroy so many lives and when Roan dug deep and explored his feelings and came to the conclusion that: “Living without this man wasn't an option. When he wasn't with him, he wanted to be. And when he was with him, Roan never wanted to be anywhere else” That said it all to me. Love is worth fighting for, no matter what!. Roan and Seg's willingness to fight for their happily ever after, overcoming some unexpected challenges, along with a few surprises I didn't see coming, was a wonderful way to end this series. In my humble opinion Ms. Edwards' writing in this particular genre is one of the best around. Her stories are full of love, romance, sizzling scenes that make you hot; the characters are well rounded and developed and her writing is exceptional. Harmless is a beautifully written love story and one I highly recommend. Love is Love!!
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    Harmless

    I really enjoyed reading about Roan and Seg. A love story with tears love and laughter and especially friendship.
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    Beautiful ending to a fantastic series

    Well, it seems Nicole Edwards has finally written a couple to rival Ethan and Beau! Now, I don't make that statement lightly, Ethan is one of my all time favourite books but this story is something else! This book is amazing! It's got everything you could ever want in a story. It's a tale of love and hope, of family and friends, tragedy and despair. If I'm completely honest I didn't think starting this story that I'd be able to connect with Roan. Out of all the characters in this series he was probably the least interesting to me, how wrong was I! That mans full of hidden depth, he's a man who takes the world on his shoulders with little care to his own wellbeing. Colton Seguine, Austin Arrows Hockey Star, is still in the closet. He's become very good at portraying the image he thinks the world needs to see, to the detriment of his own happiness. The chemistry between these two is electric, so intense, they really are perfect for each other and they both seem to just bloom the more time they spend in each other's company. I expected Seg to be quite a tough character but he's was so thoughtful and loving, just what Roan needed to break down his walls. The sex scenes are so hot! The passion of the charts and each scene was fresh and new. Just the right amount of sweet and soft mixed with dirty! You couldn't ask for a better ending to this series, we get to catch up with everyone and your left with a warm fuzzy feeling and total satisfaction.
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    Loved it

    I loved this book too bad it is the last in the series. Roan and Seg were perfect together especially when dealing with prejudiced people
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    Best for Last

    I am faced with the almost impossible task of writing a review of this stellar book without spoilers. I detest spoilers and will not do that to others. But let me tell you, there is so much going on in this book yet Nicole Edwards keeps everything perfectly on track. And the secret Roan has? It’s a doozy! Somehow, I now have a third couple in the running for favorite in the Nicole Edwards universe. For a long time I didn’t think anyone could beat Ethan & Beau…then I read Speechless and got to know Teague & Hudson. Who knew Seg & Roan would give them all a run for their money. Holy cow! These two give me all the feels! I by turns had chills, butterflies, tears, and tons of warm-fuzzies. Although Seg was the one newly coming to terms with his sexuality, he was the one keeping Roan grounded. This book can be read as a standalone but if you’ve read the other books in the Pier 70 series you know Roan can really over think things and gets in his own head too much. Seg always seemed to know when that was happening and would stop Roan from spiraling. I don’t think it’s giving away too much by saying Seg is fully in the closet when this story starts. Eventually he comes out to his mom and it is such a beautiful scene. I cried when he finally said the words “I’m gay”. Not because of some sweeping and grand reaction from his mom or because there is any heartbreak in his revelation. Aside from the nerves you can feel coming from Seg right off the pages, the scene is so understated and the reactions so subtle it’s just real and beautiful and true. Then there is a scene between Seg and Phoenix where Seg discusses what his sexuality will mean when it comes to his job as a professional hockey player. Such an important point is made in that conversation. Again, I don’t want to give away too much so just know I loved what Phoenix has to say on the subject. More than a story of love, this is a story of family. What makes a family? Is it blood or bond or both? You can’t deny that Roan and his friends are a true family. That was very evident in the events of Speechless and even more so here. They will band together and protect their own no matter what. Even when Roan thinks he doesn’t need or want their help or that it somehow makes him weak, they don’t back down. Friends who are like family really know you better than anyone and can see things in your life that you may overlook. There is a point in this story that I feel so much hatred toward Seg. The author makes a genius move in having Cam confront Roan about his feelings about Seg and his own actions and reactions to the situation. Not only did it bring Roan down to a more rational state, it also helped me to think of things from a different angle. I wasn’t willing to give Seg the benefit of the doubt until Cam brought up a few points about the incident. Seriously, this is so hard to do without spoilers! I want to reference another scene that not only had a huge impact on me but was also quite hilarious in its own way. There is a conversation with Lydia, Roan’s step-mother, about what constitutes a “proper” parent. It’s toward the end of the book so I can’t say much more than it blew me away. Such a great conversation! I love the reactions of everyone in that room throughout the whole scene. Roan may have come out as a teenager and his dad may have accepted the revelation, but I don’t think Roan ever felt supported by his family. Even before his step-mother came into the picture. This scene is important in so many ways. This is the last book in the Pier 70 series and Nicole Edwards really saved the best for last. I could not put it down and I didn’t want it to end. This book is really amazing! Plus, she did an overhaul of the covers for the whole series and they are HOT! If you haven’t read this series yet you must do so ASAP. They can be read as standalones but they are all so good why not read the whole series?
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