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Unbound [Read] ➬ Unbound By Nikkie Locke – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Dean Whitley is no stranger to murder In the small town of Hartsville he isn t just another one of the guys He is a survivor of the killing spree that left his mother dead and his father heartbroken D Dean Whitley is no stranger to murder In the small town of Hartsville he isn t just another one of the guys He is a survivor of the killing spree that left his mother dead and his father heartbroken Determined to avoid the same lonely fate he refuses to pursue the one woman he knows he could fall forPayten Bailey isn t looking for a happily ever after ending Busy running her parents diner she isn t looking for a relationship at all in spite of her friends insistent proddingAn unexpected and perhaps unavoidable kiss puts Dean and Payten on a collision course toward disaster As things heat up between the two something far deadlier than the temperature is rising Dean s worst fears come to life when Payten becomes the target for a killer Plagued by nightmares of his mother s murder Dean is determined to protect Payten at any costThe small town police department struggles to find the man behind the attacks The longer it takes to find answers the time a killer has to plan his final revengeSensuality Level sensual.


10 thoughts on “Unbound

  1. Tara Tara says:

    I enjoyed this story very much The chemistry was good the bad guy was creepy and the twist was unexpected and delicious I would certainly recommend this book


  2. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    This was ok I really hate the simpering women and annoying men in these books


  3. ⚜️Trea ⚜️Trea says:

    I wanted this book to be a lot better than it was The characters kept talking about a slow and steady pace to get to sex and that analogy can actually be given to this book It kept up a very slow and steady pace which kept the suspenseful thrill from being fully developed The author was good about keeping the stalker twist from being able to be figured out too uickly but there wasn't really much to go on for a serial killer esue type of story The descriptions that the author used really lent a small town feel to the story but all of the characters were neither memorable or uniue I'd say it would be a good introduction to a Criminal Minds type of romantic suspense but if you're already a fan of this type of romantic suspense I'd recommend skipping it in favor of The Search or Too Close to Home


  4. Stephanie Freeman Stephanie Freeman says:

    All I can say is WOW What a great book From the beginning of thebook to the very end Unbound captured my imagination The story wasbeautifully written and the pace was such that I literally could notput the book down I finished it in one sitting From the beginning Iwas rooting for the main characters Dean and PaytenThere’s something about stories set in a small town that simply makemy heart smile The sense of community extends far beyond a casualhello There is a strong sense of family that resonates throughout allof the characters in Unbound and it makes you care for thecharacters and the outcome with each pageThere are books in my library that I re read Returning to thosefamiliar pages is like going home to visit old friends Unbound isone book I will return to again and againMs Locke is a talent I look forward to her future works Go out andget a copy of Unbound ASAPStephanie Freeman


  5. Peggy Bird Peggy Bird says:

    I won this book in a giveaway and enjoyed it so much I'm sorry I waited so long to read it Nikkie Locke has created a believable small town and peopled it with interesting characters The hero Dean Whitely survived a killing spree that took his mother's life and left his father grieving for the rest of his life He's convinced there's a curse on the men in his family so he wants to avoid getting involved with any woman Payten Bailey is too busy running her parent's diner to have the time for a man So of course they wind up together But someone is after Dean or is it Payten to do serious harm to him Or her As they get closer so does the bad guy You'll have to read the book to see whether romance or the bad guy wins


  6. Lisa White Lisa White says:

    Small town romantic suspense is a favorite of mine but hard to pull off for most writers – but not for Nikkie Locke Her UNBOUND is a lovely read well worth losing sleep over The attraction between Dean and Payten is evident from the start and you root for their love immediately I also loved the supporting characters we meet in Hartsville and the way Locke weaves humor into her suspense novel A well rounded novel that left me wanting from Locke Great job from a debut author I was provided an ARC for review as a professional courtesy No monetary or other compensation was involved


  7. Micah Persell Micah Persell says:

    Unbound hooked me from the first sentence Nikkie Locke has some of the best sensory detail I’ve ever read I fell in love with her hero Dean immediately and Payten is someone every reader will want to be friends with The dialogue between major and minor characters alike is witty and intelligent The suspense had me sitting on the edge of my seat The passion had me reading long into the night Unbound is a book I will proudly recommend to friends and will revisit often Can’t wait for Locke’s next installment


  8. Galen Rose Galen Rose says:

    I REALLY enjoyed this book I was hooked by the last sentence of the prologue 'Sometimes in real life the monsters won' It's a great line to set up the suspense in this story I enjoyed the playful dialogue and the sexual tension between Payten and Dean Almost even so I really enjoyed the many secondary characters especially The Twins I'm hoping there is a future book about them? All in all this is a good solid story and I look forward to from the author


  9. Chip Chip says:

    Nikkie Locke's first book Unbound is a must read It acts as an excellent mix of suspense romance and humor Although I usually do not read this genre I would say it is the best one I have read I wish I could add without spoiling the book but let's just say that Nikkie Locke has a way with descriptions and developing characters to keep you in the story


  10. Nancy Luebke Nancy Luebke says:

    This was a pretty fast read with a bit of action and a little bit of romance I enjoyed the characters along with family and friends all added to the small town feeling This one really had me guess till almost the very end I didn't see this one coming I really enjoyed this but some of it seemed a little too easy to happen like this All in all a nice way to stay out of this heat outside


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