#BlogTour: Crossing the Line by Nikki Rose @AuthorNikkiRose #Review

Welcome to my stop on this blog tour for Crossing the Line by Nikki Rose. If you want to follow the tour you can do so from this blog as I have organised the whole thing! Just follow this link.


He’s a killer able to reach even the most untouchable marks and she’s his new obsession. Watching from his balcony, Hunter can’t fight the force pulling him toward the girl who just moved in across the street. The sexy little brunette bouncing around her apartment unpacking boxes has him searching for a way to get closer. He never expected to be watching from the shadows as the police take her away. If he wants a chance with her, he has no choice but to follow.

All Addy wanted was a new beginning and a chance at a normal life after leaving her cheating ex. She never expected her new start to include witnessing a brutal crime and being forced to relocate while the police searched for the killer. Finding herself waiting tables alone in a new town isn’t exactly the start she was hoping for until the handsome stranger at table four turns her world upside down.

Crossing the Line is a standalone Romantic Suspense / Mystery novel with a guaranteed HEA and no cliffhangers.

Contains violent scenes and sexual situations. Mature readers only. Adults 18+

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Hunter is a paid killer, cold, meticulous with attention to detail that is unmistakable. Addy is the girl next door, happy, carefree, and she has the attention of the killer, just not as his prey…at least not the kind of prey you would expect. Then she witnesses a murder and her life spirals out of control.

Nikki Rose has offered a debut novel full of sneaky twists and plot developments that leave you with no idea where this book is going to end up.

Hunter and Addy are the most unlikely yet compatible couple I’ve read in a long time. Part of me hated both of them yet I couldn’t help but want them to come together. I found Addy’s form of Stockholm Syndrome a tad annoying and yet I was rooting for her to find love (I never claimed to make sense). While I spent most of the time I was reading Hunter convinced there was more to him than we were being allowed to see I just couldn’t figure out what it was.

This is a strong debut novel with some epic twists that will blow your socks off and leave you wanting more from this promising author.

I’m very grateful to Nikki Rose for the eARC so that I could read and review this book honestly.


About Nikki Rose

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For as long as she can remember, Nikki Rose has enjoyed writing stories. For years, writing was just a hobby for this South Carolina native. It was a way to let out all the stories floating around in her head. After one of those stories took on a mind of its own, outgrowing even the parameters of a single book, Rose knew she had to pursue her dream.

Married to her high school sweetheart and best friend, Rose feels she is truly living out a romance story of her very own. As a stay at home mom of two, she is blessed with the time needed to work on her writing career full-time while her kids are at school or in the wee hours while normal people sleep. She considers herself a music obsessed chocoholic and hopeless romantic who enjoys weaving romance stories with a healthy dose of mystery and suspense.

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Title: Crossing the Line
Series: N/A
Author: Nikki Rose
Genre: Romance | Romantic Suspense
Publisher: N/A
Publication Date: 17 July 2018
Review Format: eBook
Other Formats: N/A
Pages: 279
Buy: Books2Read (Universal link redirects to your preferred store)

Week in Review – 13 May 2018

I’ve been so busy this week finishing things off and getting my emotions on top of the fact that I bought my book cover and set the publication date for my first book…yep no more talking randomly this shit is going down! August 17 is the date! More information to follow.

I’ve been helping my author friend Nikki Rose with a blog tour for her debut release Crossing the Line in July…can I just say respect to people like Jenny who organise blog tours for a living because this is stressful and no I’m not starting this as a business it’s a favour for a friend only!! Anyway, I have five slots left near the end of this tour so if you would like to take part please let me know!


Finally, next week I have a couple of things going on but otherwise, it will be super quiet around here while I head to London and live the high life with the rather awesome James Cudney for three days! I may be just a bit excited about this. We’ve been planning this trip for months and now it is here I can barely contain myself. He really has no idea what he’s let himself in for! Check out my review of his latest book below…it’s super good!

Otherwise I will see you next week. Peace out!

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