They say love is blind. But Dane and Cami are the ones with the vision problems, because everyone else can see what’s growing between these two. And it isn’t the friendship they keep claiming.
They say all drummers are a little crazy. And when it comes to my overprotective nature, my sisters, and pretty much everyone else, agrees that I parted company with rationality long ago. But I can’t help it. I need to look out for the people I care about. And surprisingly, my best friend Cami, has made the top of that list. I’m trying to rein it in, but I know what her boyfriend is doing. When I catch him, I don’t know if anyone will be able to stop my need to keep her safe.
They say most girls have a ‘type’. My type? Trouble. I’ve gone through d-bag after d-bag in my dating life, but I can honestly say, none have been as bad as my current boyfriend Travis. But they say love takes work, right? So I’ll keep trying to make things work until either Travis calls it quits or there’s nothing left to fight for. I just have to figure out why I spend every night dreaming about my best friend, Dane.
These two proclaim they’re just friends loud and proud, despite what everyone around them thinks. Until suddenly, friendship isn’t enough, and Dane and Cami see what’s been right in front of them. But when Cami’s troubles gets out of hand, will her fighting nature and Dane’s protective streak be enough to protect her from Travis.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Bed of Nails by Nola Marie is a rockstar romance. It’s the second book from the Sons of Sin series.
Dane Pierce was the drummer for the Sons of Sin band. He was the overprotective brother who cared deeply about his family and friends. He had the looks of a bad boy but his actions showed a different person. He was boyfriend/husband material for sure. I liked that he
had flaws and didn’t appear as the perfect man.
Camilla Rivers was the wardrobe director for the band. She was a feisty woman who didn’t take shit from anyone. She had a bad taste in men and her last was the worst. She was mentally and physically abused but in the end, she survived.
Those two had great chemistry from the beginning. I loved their interactions especially when they were pretending they were only friends. Half of the story is funny and romantic and the other half is showing the ugliness of an abusive relationship. My favorite part was how all the friends helped each other.
Bed of Nails is an incredible and enjoyable book that I highly recommend. I will rate it with 4 stars.