BAD REPUTATION – A Nicole Edwards Review


Have you ever had a story that just hooks you from the beginning? Bad Reputation does just that as Edwards unveils the story of Chase and Cassie: two best friends who realize they are actually…more.

Chase and Cassie have had a beautiful friendship for years. There’s an effortless flow between them that is undeniable to even the newest of readers. As all of their friends and family sit by and hope for them to finally admit their feelings, the two are both in strong denial. BUT for the same reason: they both believe the other wouldn’t feel the same, so they’d rather be best friends than not have one another in their lives.

Now when a Vegas night goes wrong for Cassie, she fears she’s made the worst mistake of her life. But somehow she and Chase take the final step across the line from friendship into something more. These two are HOT! There’s definitely some action-packed sex scenes that are sure to thrill any romance reader. But alongside that there is the ability for both of them robe emotional present and cognizant of one another at the same time.

Now we have our will they or won’t they moment…and it’s a doozie that will make you bite your nails and want to knock their heads together. But the reconciliation and the ending had me in tears! Definitely a top read!

IMG_3233.JPGMeet the most wanted players in sports . . . one ridiculously hot alpha male at a time.

Chase: With a nickname like “Sin,” it’s no wonder they call me the bad boy of hockey. Opponents curse me. Fans scream my name—in the arena and in other, much more private places. Penalties or not, I’m not afraid to dish out a little pain. But pleasure? That’s my weakness. And no one knows it better than my best friend, Cassie Desrosiers. I’d have to be blind not to notice her rocking body and teasing grin. So when she invites me along on a trip to Vegas, my curiosity isn’t the only thing that’s aroused.

Cassie: Chase Barrett is a world-class A-hole. As his best friend, I’m allowed to call him on his BS. Who else is going to do it? Certainly not the puck bunnies swooning at every flex of his biceps. Everyone knows that Chase is the love-’em-and-leave-’em type. There’s no such thing as commitment for the king of casual hookups. So why should I care? Maybe because all work and no play makes me a sexually frustrated girl. It’s time to put the hockey stud at my beck and call to good use . . . but after a week in Vegas with Chase, I might never want to go back to the real world.

This sexy standalone novel includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.






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