"One of the BEST FRIENDS TO LOVERS romance reads!" - Lamplight Review and Promotions
He's the hottest handyman on TV, but he only has eyes for his best friend.
Kit Carlyle isn’t just some woman. Beautiful? Yep. Seductive? Damn straight. She’s also my best friend and my co-worker. But, hell, I’m a guy with a pulse. Every once in a while, I look at her and think filthy things.
But when her cousin dies and leaves her with a long as hell and sexy bucket list, Kit turns to me for a helping hand. What can I say? I’m a sucker for a woman in need. Besides, I’m not about to let another man steal away my girl, occupy her bed, or fill my shoes.
But as the stakes get higher and the items become hotter, I’ll have to face the toughest challenge of all: admitting I want more than Kit’s friendship. I want to make her mine.
Nailed Down is book one in the Nailed Down series by USA Today bestselling author Chelle Bliss and Eden Butler. A friends to lovers romance with heat, heart, and a happy ending!
"Their chemistry is SMOLDERING!" - Panty Dropping Book Blog
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What to do when your best friend hands you her bucket list and it includes things that only you should be doing to her? But you don't want to mess up your relationship? Kit and Kane try to ignore their attraction to each other, Kane more than Kit. With Kit's bucket list, Kane either has to watch the women he wants fall in love with another man or finally open up to the possibility of their relationship.
I love these two together and all of the adventures that they go on during this book. The side characters were awesome and I can't wait to read Kiel's story next.
I received an ARC and voluntary reviewed it.
Enjoyed the book. But missing pages in the iBook edition.
This was a very enjoyable story full of sexual tension. Kane is a full-on alpha, but every so often a hint of vulnerability would come through, which I loved. Kit was sweet, and she and Kane had great chemistry. The story flowed well, and the pace was good. It was low on the drama scale, but overall, a very satisfying read.