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    Slow burning romance

    Although this is the second book in this series, Rusty Nail by Nazarea Andrews, is a standalone, no need to read Fireball which is the first book in the series. This was a slow burner of a romance between wealthy playboy Aidric Jones and single mom, Olivia Buckley. These two meet when a fire destroys Aidric home. He hires Olivia’s dad’s construction company to fix his house. Aidric has recently become a father to a daughter he never knew he had. Their kids become friends and in the process so do Olivia and Aidric. These two couldn’t be more different. They shouldn’t work but the do. The story development was mostly about how these four came together and formed a new family unit. It was a cute romantic story but had some strong emotional overtones to it. Well worth a read.
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    A Sweet Romance!

    Although this is the second book in this series, Rusty Nail by Nazarea Andrews, is a standalone, there is no need to read Fireball which is the first book in the series. This was a slow burner of a romance between wealthy playboy Aidric Jones and single mom, Olivia Buckley. These two meet when a fire destroys Aidric home. He hires Olivia’s construction company to fix his house. Aidric has recently become a father to a daughter he never knew he had. Lucky for Kendra, Theo and his friend Henry take her under their wing after Kendra is bullied at school. Their kids become friends and in the process so do Olivia and Aidric. These two couldn’t be more different. They shouldn’t work but the do. The story development was mostly about how these four came together and formed a new family unit. Regardless of his previous playboy ways, he puts Kendra's needs a priority. He falls for Ollie but they take their time as this a new thing for both of them. As neither had dated before, but were delightful together. Well worth a read.
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    Unforgettably relatable romance.

    We are more than the sum of our mistakes. Rusty Nail stays true to that theme. Ms. Andrews engrosses readers in a tale of heartache, past mistakes and new beginnings. Olivia has spent most of her life trying to outrun the label that continues to haunt her every waking moment. Aidric is the golden boy living the good life, no strings attached, until one appears out of the blue. With much to prove to themselves and the people around them, nothing will stop these young hearts from finally growing up. Inspiration tale of realistic temptation. Unforgettably relatable romance.
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    A slow building, fun book!

    Regardless of the circumstances, becoming a parent changes things. It changes your priorities, your decisions, your goals. Ollie became a mother way too young. Before, her only goal was to get away from River City. After, she just wanted to be the best mom she could be. Even though she had the support of her parents, she wanted to do it as much on her own as she possibly could. And she did very well. Aidric found out he had a daughter through tragic circumstances. And suddenly he has a half grown, pre-teen daughter, who is grieving, and has been uprooted from everything she knows. He is determined to be a good dad, but isn't sure how to do it. But he knows they need a home, and he has one that needs some work. He hires Ollie's company to do the renovations. There is an instant attraction between Aidric and Ollie, and their kids become best friends. There is a lot of tension in this book, both sexual and otherwise. There is a lot of small town gossip, that causes a lot of hurt. There is also a lot of miscommunication that leads to problems. I enjoyed this book, and the slow build up of their relationship. This was a fun book, that really shows how kids can change your life, for the better, even when you aren't expecting them!
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    A great read

    5 Star review Rusty Nail (River Street Bar Series#2) by Nazarea Andrews  This was a new author to me and I have absolutely no idea why that is. What a great read; I will certainly be checking out her other books as soon as time permits. Aidric Jones is a man of wealth, a playboy who wants for nothing, until a fire destroys his house and he suddenly finds himself the father of a daughter he knew nothing about.  The story was strong and I really enjoyed Ms. Andrews style of writing. Her characters drew me in and in truth I became so invested I really didn’t want the book to end.   Olivia Buckley is a single mum, who runs her own construction company and Aidric hires her to rebuild and remodel his home. Her son and his daughter become friends and through that friendship a strong foundation is built. Aidric and Olivia could not be any more different, Olivia has struggled all through her life having been born on the wrong side of the tracks. Always struggling to prove her worth to those around her. When fate brings these four together, friendships are formed not only between the children but also the adults. I enjoyed the development of Aidric and Ollie’s relationship. Rusty Nail is a story of hope, overcoming the odds, miss-communication and is a sweet romantic story interlaced with deep emotional situations which will hit you right in the heart. I particularly enjoyed watching the relationship between Aidric and his daughter develop as he tries to help her through her grieving and of course this struggles as he had no idea how to be a father, but I loved his determination to overcome and be there for her.
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