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The first book in a brand new contemporary romance series from New York Times bestselling author Erin Nicholas about three geeky girls and the hunky guys who fall for them.

Kiera Connelly leads a quiet life, and that’s just how she likes it. She’s built a name as a graphic designer and meets up with her friends online, all from the comfort of her living room couch. But when a rare outing turns disastrous, Kiera finds herself up close and way too personal with an unbelievably hot real-life hero.


Zach Ashley doesn’t see himself as a hero. He’s just a regular guy who gets to help people every day as an EMT. But when he’s called to a scene and has to treat his most gorgeous patient ever, he finds himself mixing work with pleasure. He never hesitates to put his life on the line…but will he ever risk his heart?



Author: Erin Nicholas

Series: Opposites Attract, #1

On Sale: December 20, 2016

Publisher: Forever

Mass Market: $5.99 USD

eBook: $3.99 USD

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Erin Nicholas is the author of sexy contemporary romances. Her stories have been described as toe-curling, enchanting, steamy and fun. She loves to write about reluctant heroes, imperfect heroines and happily ever afters. She lives in the Midwest with her husband who only wants to read the sex scenes in her books, her kids who will never read the sex scenes in her books, and family and friends who say they’re shocked by the sex scenes in her books (yeah, right!).



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She was still watching the ambulance, and she nodded absently. “Okay.”

He moved in front of her and crouched to get on eye level. “You can go right over and see them at the hospital. Mass General. If you’re not family, they might not be able to tell you much, but if you can get in touch with their families, they can come and sit with you, right?”

She nodded again but Zach wasn’t sure she’d heard him. He really wanted to know that someone was going to be there with her. Shock in survivors wasn’t uncommon. The that-could’ve-been-me thing could kick in at any moment if it hadn’t already. But there was nothing like seeing someone you cared about hurt.

He put his hands on her arms again, this time rubbing up and down and just ignoring how good her skin felt against his rough palms. Mostly. He needed to comfort her more than he needed to worry about how she made him feel.

“Do you know where Mass General is?” He didn’t love the idea of her driving herself over there. She was clearly overwhelmed.

Kiera nodded. “Yes.”

“You can get there?” he asked.

She nodded again.

Okay. So…

“Zach! Let’s go!”

Zach glanced over at Reed. His co-workers needed help so he was going to be here for a while. He couldn’t be messing around, obsessing about a woman who liked to play dress-up. “Kiera, I need to go but…”

“Yeah, of course.” She shook her head and looked around. “You go.”

“But…” But nothing. She was fine, and he was needed by people who weren’t fine. “Okay.”

He had the fleeting thought that he wanted to kiss her goodbye. But that was crazy. They’d just met. In the middle of an emergency. No way should he kiss her.

Finally, he let go of her and stepped back. But not touching her didn’t do a thing to make him not want to touch her. He forced himself to turn away and head toward Reed, trying to clear his mind of green and gold sweet-smelling flowers as he went. But when he got about twenty feet from her, he glanced back.

And she was still standing there. Hugging herself. Looking lost.


“I’ll be right there,” he told Reed.

Reed glanced back. “Dude…”

“I know.” And he did. He needed to not be distracted. But the only way that was going to happen was if he knew for sure that Kiera was taken care of.

He jogged back to her side. “Hey princess, what’s up?”

She looked at him, and her look of confusion cleared. That made him feel stupidly good.

“I don’t have a way…”

She trailed off, and Zach frowned. “You don’t feel up to driving?”

“We brought Sophie’s car, and her fob thingy is with her.”

Ah. A little issue. “You have someone you can call?”

“I didn’t bring my phone.”

“You can use mine.”

“No one’s home. I live with Maya and Sophie,” she said. “Obviously, they’re not… there.”

Her voice wobbled, and Zach worked on not grabbing her and hugging her.

They’d just fucking met. Hugging and kissing wasn’t appropriate. Dammit.

“How about a cab?”

“I don’t have any money.”

He looked her over again, revisiting the curves he realized he’d already memorized. He could give her money for a cab of course. He could get her home. But she’d be home alone. He could get her to the hospital, but they wouldn’t talk to her and she’d be stuck in the waiting room for God knew how long. Alone.

And leaving her alone was simply something he could not do.

“You need to come with me.” He reached out and snagged her hand before he could tell himself that holding her hand was a bad idea.

Because it was. Her hand felt good in his, and the way she curled her fingers around his tightly and followed him without question felt good. And the idea that he was going to get to spend more time with her felt good. And all of that was bad. And yet, he pulled her along with him through the convention hall and into the heart of the chaos.

“What are we doing?” she asked.

“I need to go help with some more injured. And I need you to stick with me.”

“Me? Why?”

He looked over at her. Her cape floated behind her, and for the first time, he noticed the golden sword swinging at her left hip. Damn. That was kind of hot. “Because you’re a gorgeous kick-ass warrior princess, and the people in here are gonna need some gorgeous kick-ass stuff.”

She looked at him with surprise, but as he held her gaze, he saw something that turned him on even more than her smelling like candy—a spark of determination. She pulled up straighter as she walked, and he felt her hand tighten on his.

“Kick ass. Right. I can do that.”

He smiled. “And I could use some help from an interpreter.”

“An interpreter? I speak some Spanish but that’s about it.”

“You don’t speak geek?” He hoped he wasn’t committing a faux pau in calling her, and all of this, geeky.

But she actually gave him a half smile. “Oh, geek. Yes, I’m fluent.”


If you are a book fanatic and haven’t read Erin Nicholas, you are definitely missing out on reading an amazingly talented writer! She is known to pen some mesmerizing stories with some awesome characters, with doses of emotions and thoughtfulness and some wickedly sinful passion that is out of this world!!!!

A new series, new characters and a new level of narration, completely engrossing, completely charming and completely engaging is “Completely Yours”, book one of Erin Nicholas’s new series “Opposites Attract”.

I’ll save you the spiel on the story, and give my two cents as to what caught my attention and why I really, really, really liked, no loved this story, Zach Ashley and Kiera Connelly all together. The whole concept of meeting at a Comic-Con and weaving in a disaster to bring EMT Zach racing over to help and having Kiera support him with her comic-con language is a delicious treat to read.


Developing Zach as the guy who wants to fix all problems, be in the middle of everything, wanting to know everything that happens with his family, always in control of a situation, takes patience, immense creativity and a brilliant narration to pass it on to the readers via words and thoughts. To his ying, Erin brings in Kiera as the yang, calm and collected, reserved and introvert, a gaming fanatic who actually is the creator of a popular online game, understands the nuances of life, of letting people solve their own problems and that caring for the ones we love doesn’t mean to suffocate them and solve all their issues.

“Completely Yours” is one of Erin’s finest writing so far as she takes Zach through his frustrations and insecurities, giving Kiera a guy who cares very much with a heart of gold and would lay down his life for loved ones, and most importantly weaving in the fact that an online game can be a platform of healing for so many people out there, sharing fears and issues, with no judgments.

And to be honest, reviews do not do justice to Zach Ashley, Kiera Connelly and their creator Erin Nicholas – this story is to be read to fully enjoy the impact of the dialogue, humor, relationships and the chemistry between all characters and as Zach and Kiera work out their own relationship….maybe with the help of a fictional world!

Very well played Erin Nicholas!

“Completely Yours” can be completely yours on December 20, 2016

Received an ARC from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley for an honest review.

If anyone hasn’t read Erin Nicholas, now would be a super fabulous start to getting to know a writer with a wicked sense of humor, tantalizing penmanship, sinful fantasies and down to earth characters that stay with you for repeat readings!


“Finding Chris Evans” is a series of short stories created by some amazing writers letting their imagination give us readers charming love stories as Ellie Mittelstadt searches for her right Christ Evans…. as each Chris Evans finds his own perfect partner in life.

“Finding Chris Evans: the 911 Edition”, written by Erin Nicholas pioneers the search as Ellie contacts the first of the six Chris Evanses in the tiny town of Haralson, Minnesota over some muffins is a scene so Erin Nicholas.

But then Chris Evans AKA Captain America, the hot EMT and protector of all has his eyes only for another EMT Brittney McNemara and his beats only for her. As much as Chris is organized and cautious, Britt is carefree and scattered driving Chris nuts. But when Britt is hurt, then all caution and bets are off and he sets out to make Britt his own future.

Two passionate people, very much in tune with each other more than they realize, are very soon burning up the sheets and crossing the Friend Zone to a colorful Paint Ball field…. all boundaries crossed.

Short, hot, and sizzling, “Finding Chris Evans: The 911 Edition” has all emotions rolled into one charismatic read, and it’s worth every penny!


And here is the link to the prequel, where it all started….



Received an ARC from the author for an honest review.



This is one author who doesn’t need an introduction, writes some amazing stories with some awesome characters, and there’s always some wicked passion that is out of this world!!!!

And book one “Twisted Up” in her new two books series Taking Chances, is just as romantic, wickedly sexy and full of witty dialogues that gets our heats in a twist with warmth and passion as Erin Nicholas takes us on a ride to Chance, Nebraska, the little town infamous for its tornados year after year!


As the Fire Chief and Head of Management of Emergency Management, Avery Sparks is a pro at handling disasters. But Jake Mitchell is one resident of Chance that she cannot seem to handle. Jake Mitchell had places to go and disasters to recover and as a nationally recognizable disaster recovery specialist, he’s supposed to be heading to DC.

But a tornado called Avery sparks old passion and as they both fire up the barn, a real tornado rips through Chance bringing Avery and Jake to work closely with each other. They are more than capable of handling emergencies together, but will they be able to handle the disaster that is their hearts and overcome the fears and uncertainties is altogether another storm.

This is why I love Erin Nicholas!!! She pays detailed attention in penning a story that makes you go through a whole gauntlet of emotions, be it Avery’s past and the impact on her present, the equation between Jake’s parents and Avery, or the chemistry and relationship between Avery and Jake – every single emotion is written to perfection for me. And unless her books are read, the full impact of her humor, passion, romance or her characters can never be understood or enjoyed to the fullest.

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance via NetGalley for an honest review.




Samantha Chase seems to be traveling all over the map from Hope Falls to Sapphire Falls, weaving her romance and love as she takes her readers into small towns where warmth, support and friendship is regarded with high respect and everyone looks out for everyone, never mind if you are a newbie in the town.


And who can vouch for all that better than Chloe Holland. Leaving a life of betrayal behind to start fresh, finding herself stranded on the deserted roads of Nebraska was not in her plan and neither was getting rescued by the charming Dylan Maxwell! But then gods of nature seem to have a different plan for Chloe and Dylan, and bringing them under one roof is reason enough to explore the lightening that struck their hearts.

As Dylan fixes her car, Chloe’s hurt seems to be on the mend too. As Chloe starts falling for the charm of Sapphire Falls, Dylan loses his heart to Chloe and hope springs in Chloe’s heart for a fresh start with Dylan. With the entire town of Sapphire Falls behind them, Dylan and Chloe just fit perfectly with each other and life’s finally going their way.

“Going My Way” is another short and sweet love story, that brings to light there are good people in this world with kind hearts; that friendship and family is laced with honesty, integrity and care. With so many tender moments of love and care, dialogues that bring chuckles, and actions that keep our faith in humanity, “Going My Way” has definitely gone all the way to my heart as another charismatic read from Samantha Chase.

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