Unsocial (The Monroe Family, #1) by Nicole Dykes (Review by Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier)

Title: Unsocial (The Monroe Family, #1

Author: Nicole Dykes 

Published Date: March 1st 2016

Genre: NA Romance


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I’m living the dream. A successful business owner of a custom car and motorcycle shop in Oklahoma and master of my own destiny. Other than my best friend and business partner my life is my own, and I answer to no one. Then my life changes with a single phone call and I’m back in Kansas fighting for guardianship of my four younger siblings. Now I answer to her, Brooke Porter.

I’ve devoted myself for the past six years to my dream of being a social worker. My very first case are the Monroes, and professional and personal boundaries blur as I become closer to them. Now my dreams are of Dylan. The attraction Dylan and I have is heading us straight to unsocial behavior.

What will we be risking if we give in?

*Unsocial is a New Adult Romance novel that contains mature content and is not suitable for anyone under 18.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier’s  Review***
What a roller coaster of a ride! This book takes you on so many twists and turns that will keep you entertained the whole way through. The story was fantastically written and flows flawlessly. I enjoyed having the dual point of views in this book because it allowed me to know not only what Dylan was thinking but Brooke as well. I think that both characters are ones that many readers will be able to relate to; Dylan goes from being a carefree bachelor to a single parent of his siblings overnight in a nutshell. That’s something that is not easy to do and I think Ms. Dykes was able to capture his struggles very realistically. She didn’t sugar coat the court process either so I was able to learn a lot about how it works. Brooke has to struggle with keeping the lines of professionalism from blurring, but it’s easier said than done. She has the passion of a social worker but also has this huge heart of gold that gets her into trouble. I felt that each of them grew throughout the book and were well developed. I would highly recommend that you pick up a copy today and discover what the Monroe Family can do when they stick together.


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