Review: Knocked Up by Nikki Chase

September 08, 2017

Knocked Up by Nikki Chase
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Release - August 4, 2017
Genre - Contemporary Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 4 out of 5
Length - 548 pages

Heath was a self-made billionaire who had been burned by his ex-wife/gold digger and was determined not to fall for those types of tricks again. Very close to his parents, he figured the love they shared wasn’t in the cards for him. Kat had never really had a family and was trying to make ends meet while helping out the only family she’s ever known. When Heath wanted to make his dying father’s wish come true (a grandchild), he couldn’t think of anyone he’d rather make a baby with then his sexy and increasingly irresistible personal assistant, Kat. And as Kat had always dreamed of being a successful romance author, Heath’s offer was one she found she couldn’t refuse.

I’ve never read anything by Nikki Chase before and was pleasantly surprised by how well-written this story was. The characters, although not incredibly realistic, were very easy to like. And those sex scenes were scorching! I got this book through Kindle Unlimited and it included tons of bonus content. There were previews for a couple of the author’s other books, which I’ll be reading, and she even gave us another story, Single Dad’s Fake Bride, which was also well-written and enjoyable. So that’s two books for the cost of one by a new author that served as a fine introduction to her work.

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