Flutter by Carrie Aarons – REVIEW

Forrest Nash is a for all intents and purposes, a hacker. He used to do some questionable things with those skills, for the greater good, but now he puts those skills to good use as helping solve crimes. Penelope Briggs is a widow; she lost the love of her life when he was serving the USA. She is a single mom of 3 and doing her best. Forrest has been in lust with Penelope since he was a little boy, now as a grown man he can’t stand her. She is bossier and sassier than any man can handle. As for Forrest, Penelope can’t stand him either, he’s cocky and a know it all. What the two can’t deny is they have some serious chemistry in the bedroom. One night turns into two, and they can’t seem to keep their hands off of each other. The two think they’re being sneaky, but when a job Forrest is working threatens Penelope’s safety, he’ll do anything to protect her. The question is, are either willing to admit they are more than just friends with benefits?

Forrest Nash, I’ve been waiting for his book since Keaton’s. Don’t get me wrong Carrie Aarons is three for three when it comes to the Nash brothers. Each of them are swoony in their own way, but Forrest, that nerdy vibe just makes me love him even more than his other brother’s. Carrie has absolutely killed it with the third installment in the Nash Brother’s series. I love a girl with some sass and Penelope has that in spades, and the chemistry that Carrie brings to life with her writing of this book is white hot. I couldn’t put this book down; it was an absolute page turner. This book was such a quick read because I needed to know what was going to happen next. Bring on Fletcher, I have a feeling he is going to tear my heart out!

Grab your copy now (free in KU): mybook.to/Flutter

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