Braydon by Nicole Edwards

Braydon by Nicole Edwards

Oh Braydon, how I want to smack you upside the head!! And that silly arsed twin brother of yours!!!!

I have read and devoured every single word that Nicole Edwards has written and I have to say that until now I have been as happy in a pig in the preverbial “s**t” but this, book 6 in the Alluring Indulgence Series had just about ready to banging my head off the nearest wall.

I get the whole twin thing and the fact that they have always done everything and everyone together but did they honestly manage to get to the age of 30 and not think that somewhere along the line they were going to want one all to themselves, or was that the whole problem?

Braydon had reached that point but Brendon was a little further behind his brother and stepping out on his own was a step too far away from the one person he had always had, since the womb.

He had no idea how to be without Braydon and was in no hurry to find out.

Jessie has her own issues and as much as she loved being with the twins she had developed feelings for Braydon that she could no longer control and feeling that she didn’t want to be the one to come between the boys she was at a loss as to what to do for the best.

Although the book is stuffed with all the expected twists and turns that we have come to expect from the amazing Walker men, what it has that caught me by surprise is a bucket load of sensitivities and insecurities that two very confused cowboys are having a hard time coming to terms with.

These guys are used to playing by their own rules and only being answerable to their Mom and Pop and the other brothers but most of all they are two halves of the same whole and being apart is tearing at their souls.

I cried for Brendon and the loneliness that Braydon’s happiness has left in his heart but I hope that Ms Edwards has something amazing lined up for him because I want him to be happy, you never know, perhaps Cheyanne can help on that score.

So to sum the book up, not my favourite book of the year but certainly not one that I feel should be disregarded, in the context of the series it has an important role to play and does it well.

This family are worth every minute you spend with them and I am personally counting the days until we get to hang out with Sawyer-yippee!!!


 

 


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