Nash by Sam Crescent

NASH
Nash by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (146 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play, Spanking, Bondage, BDSM
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Review By Tulip

The biggest mistake he’s ever made could get him killed.

The Skulls have a set of rules, and Nash has broken one of them. He’s using drugs. Since Sophia rejected him, Nash has been spiraling out of control. When he puts Eva’s life in danger it’s up to Nash’s brother Lash to save him from himself.

Sophia never realized the protection The Skulls provided her until she was attacked. Lash saved her but with an ultimatum. She helps save his brother, or he makes it known she’s not under Skull protection.

Sophia’s feelings for Nash have always been her weakness. As she keeps her word to his brother, trying to help Nash overcome his addiction, the two of them grow closer through his pain, and Sophia realizes she cannot run any longer.

However, The Skulls’ enemies are numerous, and Nash’s careless behavior has exposed the whole club to danger. Someone is plotting against the club in the hope to take control of the town, and they’re going to start with Nash. Can he stay strong as his life and that of his woman are endangered, or will he relapse into the drugs?

Nash is another good addition to The Skulls series. I liked the story, though I had some mixed feelings about the writing. It was the plot itself, and the wonderful characters, that kept me interested for the entire story.

I found myself in shock at some of the unexpected things that happened in this book. It had a great plot that I’ve not seen a lot. I hated seeing Nash hit rock bottom, but I loved how the author handled his journey back from drug addiction. It wasn’t pretty, and I think Sam Crescent did it justice. It was pure raw emotional drama. While I loved Nash, I never quite warmed up to Sophia. She changed her mind with the wind. She pushed poor Nash away time and again. Then Lash throws some attitude and suddenly she changes her mind. I’m sorry but I didn’t buy it.

This book had a lot of stuff going on, and it was this that kept me reading through the many grammar mistakes that seem to be a recurring problem with this author. It was fast paced with everything changing from minute to minute. This book gets into the club dynamics, as the Brotherhood is tested from inside, as well as from an outside threat. Friendships were born and alliances were strengthened. While respect had to be earned back as relationships were tested. The author threw a lot of action and suspense into this one. An old enemy with an insidious plan is lurking around and causing plenty of trouble for the Skulls.

Now, for my very favorite part of the book. As usual, Sam Crescent burns up the pages. Once Nash came off his leash, the love scenes were sizzling hot. The love scenes are not for the faint of heart. There was some anal play, some spanking and bondage as they made up for lost time.

I liked this book for the characters and the story. Some parts were hard for me to read, when some of the characters let their dark sides come out to play. I loved that. While I liked this one, it did have some bad grammar that got on my nerves. Lucky for me, I was able to get past that and still enjoyed the book. I look forward to Tiny and Eva having their own reckoning in the next book. I enjoyed this book, and I would recommend it.

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