Review: Tripp by S. Nelson

January 11, 2017

Tripp by S Nelson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Knights Corruption MC Series #4
Release - January 12, 2017
Genre - MC Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 2 out of 5
Length - 254 pages

When Tripp Cavanaugh finally recovers after being left for dead at the gates of his club, his intention is to leave and resume his nomadic lifestyle. But when his president asks him to stick around and oversee the club’s newest business adventure, he readily agrees. He has no idea the simple request will turn his world inside out, encountering the one woman who will irrevocably change him.

Barely escaping her past, Reece Kendrick flees across the country and takes the first job she can find, working at a club owned by the Knights Corruption. Vowing to keep her heart guarded, everything changes the moment she sees him. Confused and powerless to stop the dynamic unraveling between them, she becomes enthralled with a stranger.

A man who challenges her every instinct.

A man who makes her feel inexplicably safe.

A man who will do anything for her… even kill.

Will her past threaten to destroy her one chance for happiness, or will she be forced to leave the one man who vowed to protect her?

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This book was quick and yet somehow the author packed a whole heck of a lot into it. I read the first book in the series, Marek, and I'm now kicking myself for not reading either Stone or Jagger. So much has happened and it looked like the author took on some darker themes for those books. Not so much here, but this story was still enjoyable without the darkness. Anyway, it's a situation that I'll soon be remedying. In the meantime, I enjoyed the heck out of Tripp!

Tripp was a trip. I loved him. He was 6'4", over two hundred pounds of solid and cut muscle, handsome and sexy as sin, as fiercely protective as a lion, loyal to a fault, and had the heart of a lover. He was a firm believer in monogamy and once he set eyes on Reece, that's all she wrote ;)

Reece was a woman who was beaten but not broken. She was trying to reinvent herself. To start over with a brief stint as a stripper, something Tripp put a stop to the same day he saw her dancing in his club. Once their eyes met, that's when this story truly started. Their connection was instantaneous and their chemistry was sizzling.

This book wasn't intense or high on suspense, however, there was plenty of drama to be found. Disgruntled exes, spurned lovers, and even the torture of Psycho helped to keep the story lively. But the best parts had to do with the love that quickly blossomed between Tripp and Reece.

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