“The best of the five Nice Ink books! A must read.” – This Could Work (Nice Ink Book 5) by Trish Edmisten

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Damian Bishop thought he found love once, but he was wrong. Suffering one heartbreaking loss after another, he’s done with men. Sure, it’s lonely sometimes, but he’s got a good job, great friends, and a cat. What more does he need?

Kiel Nice feels the same. Why settle for one man when the sexy firefighter can have any man he wants?

Fate, and their friends and family, have other plans for these two. There’s only so many times they can be thrown together before the chemistry between them becomes too much to ignore. And maybe just maybe the thing they’ve always been most afraid of? Maybe this could work.

This is the final novel in the Nice Ink series. It’s a 70K word novel with no cheating and a guaranteed HEA despite a few bumps along the way. Although it’s part of a series, each book follows a different couple and can be read as a standalone.

Audrey B

The best of the five Nice Ink books! A must-read.

Another great book from Trish Edmisten!
If you’ve read the other Nice Ink books you’ve been patiently waiting for Damien and Kiel to get their own happy ending! I think this one ended up being my favorite of the series! After reading some teasers and knowing what we know about the characters from previous books, I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy this one as much.
BOY WAS I WRONG! Kiel and Damien’s friendship/eventual love story was perfect and sweet and everything that each of them needed. They’re soul mates who just needed time and space to find each other.
Trish Edmisten is an author who I will read ANYTHING and EVERYTHING she publishes and she never disappoints 
OKAY! Time to reread the series now!

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