The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Fisher Men Book II) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Book #2)The Fisher Men X-ing Lines by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fisher Men Xing Lines: (Standalone Romantic Comedy: A hot new twist on the odd couple) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey has become my new favourite series so far. I love the Fisher men and what they stand for and how they were raised. They all have their unique quirks and it is a pleasure to read their stories. Rebel has done a great job making the characters perfectly flawed and I just love the concept and storyline. Her writing has almost a soothing affect even with all the ups and downs and heart wrenching scenes that occur.

Rika needs a place to stay and has landed with a roommate who is hardly ever there. They develop a friendship but have never actually met in the year she has been there. When they do meet sparks ignite and opposites attract. I love the friendship and banter they share and the other brothers and Sam, they often have me laughing out loud and certainly enjoying going on this journey with them.

Connor likes everything just so, so when he does a favour for his best friend his world is turned upside down. After what seems like a life time he finally meets the one thing that turned his life on its axis and discovers he wants so much more.

If you don’t get into this series asap you will kick yourself when you do.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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