Review of Unsocial by Nicole Dykes

Five Stars

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I’m living the dream. A successful business owner of a custom car and motorcycle shop in Oklahoma and master of my own destiny. Other than my best friend and business partner my life is my own, and I answer to no one. Then my life changes with a single phone call and I’m back in Kansas fighting for guardianship of my four younger siblings. Now I answer to her, Brooke Porter.

I’ve devoted myself for the past six years to my dream of being a social worker. My very first case are the Monroes, and professional and personal boundaries blur as I become closer to them. Now my dreams are of Dylan. The attraction Dylan and I have is heading us straight to unsocial behavior.

What will we be risking if we give in?

*Unsocial is a New Adult Romance novel that contains mature content and is not suitable for anyone under 18

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Such a sweet romance!

Unsocial, for me was a whirlwind of emotions. There were times I laughed, times I cried and moments I felt sick with worry. All the signs of a great book!

If however, you’re looking for a quick read, this is certainly not for you. Unsocial is long, like really long! I think it’s the lengthiest romance I’ve ever read. Saying that though, I think this story needed to be that long, there was just so much that needed explaining. To get the full emotional impact, this book needed detail and time, which Nicole very cleverly gave.

What I loved most about Unsocial was its originality. I’ve never read anything like it before which was refreshing.

There is a great build up of sexual anticipation and the results were worth the work! The first sex scenes were perfectly descriptive without the use of any cringe worthy euphemisms. However I did feel that changed around the middle of the characters relationship, which I think took away from their intimacy a little, but it soon picked back up again.

If you’re looking for something different, something steamy and an emotional roller coaster then Unsocial is a book you just have to read!


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