Craving Trix by Nicole Jacquelyn

January 20, 2018 Book Review 0 ★★★★

Craving Trix by Nicole Jacquelynfour-stars
Craving Trix by Nicole Jacquelyn
Series: The Aces' Sons #1
Also in this series: Craving Molly, Craving Hawk , Craving Lily
Published by Nicole Jacquelyn on July 13th 2015
Genres: Biker / MC
Pages: 314
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Bellatrix White had loved Cameron Harrison for as long as she could remember. He was her best friend and her closest confidant, and she knew one day he’d be her forever.

Then he broke her heart.

After five years of complete silence between them, the motorcycle club they grew up in comes under attack, giving Cam the opportunity he needs to work his way back into Trix’s life.

Because while Trix was nursing her broken heart, Cam was realizing exactly what he’d given up.

They fall into a relationship easily, but when new tragedies mix with old memories, neither of the lovers are prepared for the fallout.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

By LilyI first read Craving Trix back in 2015. A year when I was lucky to get a book in to read so I didn’t always write a review. Having just read the next three books in the series, not hesitating once to purchase each one, I thought I can’t leave this book without a review. After referring back to the notes and highlighting I left, it had me eager to read this book all over again, so I did.

The story commences with an infatuated teenage Trix innocently flirting with a man who knows he needs to stay away from her. His chivalry towards Trix adds to the young girl’s confusion. All she sees is a friendship gone sour, believing the feelings she has for him are not being returned.

You pretty much just gave me to Cam, but I still can’t swear in front of you?

You do realize, he doesn’t want to play charades at night, right?”

When she starts to push her boundaries, she not only gets her parents in a fluster but Cam as well. It provided a good dose of serious albeit laugh out loud conversations that kept me turning pages all day. As always it’s only funny until someone gets hurt and boy was there some pain endured in this story.

Trix is a character you will either love or loathe. She captured my heart early on despite her poor decisions which I believe were brought on by dealing with trauma as a child. What a child takes in during every day drama along with the major stuff can manifest later on in life. Everyone, including her family thought she had come through her childhood unscathed, but it was apparent early on in her and Cam’s relationship that wasn’t the case at all.

Cam is the most patient, chilled and thoughtful man out there, until you push him too far. Then he is polar opposite of calm and stubborn to his boots. Trix both soothes his soul and enrages his passion. Whatever state of mind he was in, the level of his temperament was always high. Basically, he was either adorable, demanding or an indifferent jerk. He played by the rules and expected everyone around him to do likewise.

My only gripes with this story were the epilogue left one major event unfinished and earlier a major drama was dealt with too swiftly when it came to a head. Neither impacted on my reading enjoyment but I could see how others might say otherwise. With the benefit of having read the next three Aces’ Sons books I can say you’ll get to see more of Cam and Trix as they remain strong secondary characters that continue to feature with in the Aces’ Sons series.

4 Stars

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