REVIEW: Hard Ever After by Laura Kaye

Romance, Contemporary

Hard Ink #4.6


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Recommended Read GR (1)
5 Stars Rating

From the very beginning, Nick and Becca have been my favorite couple and I was so happy to get more time with them as well as seeing everyone in the group. Nick was his usual tough but super sweet self and I love how he is with Becca and how he cherishes everything about her. This couple epitomizes the idea of supporting each other and being a rock for each other.

We also get to see the new normal that the group has, their upcoming security business, renovating the Hard Ink building into apartments for everyone, and moving on in each of their relationships.


Content Notes

Themes
Nurses
Overcoming Trauma
Tattoo Shops
Weddings

Reader Safety
References to kidnapping, gangs, human trafficking, abuse
Character with PTSD


Book Details

After a long battle to discover the truth, the men and women of Hard Ink have a lot to celebrate, especially the wedding of two of their own—Nick Rixey and Becca Merritt, whose hard-fought love deserves a happy ending.

As Nick and the team shift from crisis mode to building their new security consulting firm, Becca heads back to work at the ER. But amid the everyday chaos of demanding jobs and their upcoming nuptials, an old menace they thought long gone reemerges, threatening the peace they’ve only just found.

Now, for one last time, Nick and Becca must fight for their always and forever, because they know that when true love overcomes all the odds it lasts hard ever after.

Published by Avon on February 2, 2016

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