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Nash: A Marked Men Novel

Nash: A Marked Men Novel

Escrito por Jay Crownover

Narrado por Paula Costello e Tad Branson


Nash: A Marked Men Novel

Escrito por Jay Crownover

Narrado por Paula Costello e Tad Branson

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Apr 29, 2014
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9780062341181
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From New York Times bestselling author Jay Crownover comes the fourth book in the Marked Men series.

Saint Ford has worked hard to achieve her childhood dream of becoming of nurse. Focused on her work and devoted to her patients, there’s no room for love. She doesn’t need a guy making waves in her calm, serene life—especially when he’s the unforgettable hottie who nearly destroyed her in high school. Dark, brooding Nash Donovan might not remember her or the terrible pain he caused. But he turned her world upside down . . . and now he’s trying to do it again.

Saint has no idea that Nash isn’t the cocky player he once was. Uncovering a devastating family secret has rocked his world, and now he’s struggling to figure out his future. He can’t be distracted by the pretty nurse he seems to meet everywhere. Still, he can’t ignore the sparks that fly between them—or how she seems so desperate to get away from him. But the funny, sweet, and drop-dead gorgeous Saint is far too amazing to give up on—especially since she’s the only thing in his life that seems to make sense.

When Nash discovers the truth about their past, he realizes he may have lost her heart before he could even fight for it. Now, Saint has to decide: is Nash worth risking herself for all over again?

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Jay Crownover is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men and Welcome to the Point series. Like her characters, she is a big fan of tattoos. She loves music and wishes she could be a rock star, but since she has no aptitude for singing or instrument playing, she’ll settle for writing stories with interesting characters and make the reader feel something. She lives in Colorado with her three dogs.

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  • (5/5)
    *I won an uncorrected proof through Goodreads from the publisher*

    OH Nash!!! What a lovely man...I wanna see that tattoo in person!!! Well then, love this series and the guys...never thought I'd like any as much as Rule but they are all equally great in their own way...oh and Rowdy,can't wait for your story!
  • (5/5)
    I love everything about Nash and Saints Story. :)
  • (4/5)
    I received this free eARC from Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. The Marked Men series is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. Even though all of the men are tattooed, that does not mean they are the bad boys. In fact, Nash is such a good guy it's disgustingly sweet. If only men in real life were like Nash, life would be amazing. Saint is so skittish and shy and self-conscious I just want to smack her. Yes, the situations she found Nash were a bit sketchy, but give the man a chance to explain! Besides, it wouldn't have taken much to scare her away from the intense relationship they were embarking on. The event with Phil was heartbreaking. Throughout the books the reader grew attached to Phil since he was the designated father to all of the guys, but it was even more gut wrenching through Nash's perspective. So glad I was able to read this novel. I'll have to get my hands on the next ones in the series.
  • (5/5)
    as always the world jay crownovers created make me wish I hung out with these people. I love to get lost in these friends and their love stories. I can't get enough. might be my very favorite series of all time.
  • (5/5)
    Another great read in this series! Loved getting to know Nash in this one! He's always been one of my favorites of this group. His huge heart makes him special so I was glad to see the lady that snagged it was deserving. Saint had lots of baggage and I'm glad she figured out how to deal with it!
  • (4/5)
    Nash is my favorite of all the Marked Men books! Obviously, Nash is wonderful, caring, and fun like the others, but Saint is really the one who stole the show, for me.She is just relatable to so many more people because she was bullied in high school for a few different reasons. Weight, acne, and smarts always seem to be the biggest reasons for a bully to strike. As a result of bullying, Saint has become insecure of herself through adulthood. Now, Saint can't fully put her trust in Nash because of her past in general and her past with him. Which, of course, is understandable, but starts to become a problem for their relationship. Nash is remarkable because he himself is intimate with trust issues and understands that being insecure with oneself is difficult to get through, but he is patient and tries his hardest to make sure that she is comfortable with anything they do. Eventually, an amazing realization comes to light that one has to love one's self before they can fully love another. I think this is both accurate and beautiful. And seems to be a key theme and reason that I fell in love with this book even more. Nash also helps Saint realize she deserves to be loved as much as she loves others. I think that's another beautiful theme because many people are underappreciated and seem to love more than be loved. So the fact that Nash brings this to light gives the rest of us hope that there are more men out there who understand these themes as much as Nash does, haha. One can dream.
  • (3/5)
    A reading assignment from Victoria. This was my first Marked Men book. Jay Crownover starts Nash with an introduction that end with the sentence "Revel in the quirks that simply make you you, and do it with pride. ". This book is all about accepting yourself, loving yourself first and allowing others to love you, as you love them in return. There are some awkward sentences, some cliches but the message is a good one overall.
  • (3/5)
    With the busyness of the holidays, this book suffered the consequence. It took me entirely too long to to get through this book. While I enjoyed this book, I think I would have liked it more if I had been able to get through it faster. Anyways, I really liked the narrators for this book. That’s always a plus when you’re listening to an audiobook. Character development wise, the main characters, Nash and Saint were well written. Out of all the guys in the Marked Men series, Nash was my favorite. He had a really rough time during this story so his character was very vulnerable and I loved it. While I liked Saint, she had some issues that I didn’t care for. She had a very hard time letting go of her past which lead to some annoying moments. But, overall they were enjoyable together.

    My only negative was that at times, Nash sounded kind of dramatic and way too emotional. Like Jet, he sat on a soapbox at times and just went on and on and on about something. I understand the Author’s need to make these guys seem sensitive, but at times it was just too much. Other than that, it was a good book and the series is still enjoyable.

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  • (5/5)
    such an awesome book :) So love Nash
  • (5/5)
    Nash is an amazing book, I really loved him. He has such heart and devotion to his family and friends. Saint, well Saint I can understand has some issues about the past it did get a bit annoying at times. Still a fantastic addition in The Marked Men series! Seriously? Who wouldn't love these guys?!
  • (5/5)
    I really loved this book too! Great series. Can't wait to finish the series.
  • (5/5)
    love it!
  • (5/5)
    This was my first book by this author. It won't be my last. I enjoyed the emotional complexity and the depth of these characters
  • (5/5)
    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: This was a beautiful heartfelt story that covers some very tender issues perfectly. Honestly, if you have not started this series yet you really should, it is one of my all time favorites!Opening Sentence: THERE’S A MOMENT IN every person’s life, a point in time that will alter the course they are on, the path they are traveling, forever.The Review:Saint Ford has made sure that she will never feel the pain that she felt as a teenager ever again. She made the mistake of falling for a bad boy in high school and she got really burned by it. Time and time again all the male figures in her life have let her down, her first love, her boyfriends, even her father. Now she has closed off her heart completely because she has come to realize that there is no such thing as a trustworthy man. She is not the girl she was in high school and she has worked very hard to get her nursing degree so she can make a difference in people’s lives. She is currently working at hospital in Denver and she feels like her life is finally on track. But then the beautiful boy that shattered her heart all those years ago comes waltzing back into her life and she realizes that even though she has closed of her heart, it can still be hurt.Nash Donovan has always been a pretty easy going guy. Growing up he had a really hard time with his crazy mom, but he always had his uncle to take care of him. But he just recently discovered that the people that cared about him most have been lying to him his whole life. His life has turned upside down and there is no way he has time to figure out the gorgeous nurse that he keeps running into. But no matter how hard he tries he just can’t seem to stay away from Saint and all her goodness. She brings a light to his darkening world that he desperately needs. But can he convince her that he isn’t the same boy he was all those years ago or will he lose the only girl he could ever truly love?Saint was a very unique character. She had some serious self confidence issues which made her very different from your standard protagonist. As a teenager she was slightly overweight and had really bad acne so she was made fun of a lot. She really took to heart some of the things that people said and even though she is beautiful now she doesn’t think that she is. Because of everything she went through it was really easy to sympathize with her and understand why she had so many confidence issues. Watching her come out of her shell and finally start to trust others was beautiful and very heart warming. Her journey was a tough one to read about, but it is one you can really learn from. Personally, I loved Saint and I am so glad I got to read her story.Ever since I was introduced to Nash in the first book of this series I instantly loved him. He is so laid back and just one of those people that you can’t help but like. Of course he is gorgeous on the outside but he is someone that is truly beautiful on the inside as well. Yes, he has some serious flaws but for the most part I thought he was pretty near perfect. His relationship with Saint was very hot and cold, but the patience he has with her is beyond adorable. Their chemistry was undeniable but they also had a lot of issues they had to work through. Personally, I loved Nash and he is one of my favorite book boys!This was a heartfelt story that had steamy romance, wonderful characters, and covered some really tender issues. I will be honest, I have never really had to deal with bullying personally, but I know that it happens on a regular basis to a lot of people. Crownover was able to address this issue with the tenderness and emotion it deserved, but she did a wonderful job making it realistic and something you could learn from. This entire story was an emotional roller coaster ride, but it was one I completely enjoyed. Another thing I have to mention is while I love all the characters in this series my two favorite are Shaw and Rule. Their story was so epic and still to this day remains one of my all time favorites. The reason I am bringing this up is because there are a few moments with them in Nash’s story that just made me so happy. I love that Crownover was able to show us tidbits of all the characters we have grown to love throughout this series, but she also added more characters for us to love. I loved everything about this book and I can honestly tell you that this series is my favorite new adult romance to date. While you can read each book as a standalone, I would personally recommend that you start at the beginning because it just makes the experience that much better. All romance fans this series is a must read!!!Notable Scene:His eyes got even darker, and it was like watching midnight fall over the sky. I was balanced on my toes, and he had a firm grip on my face, so when he suddenly pulled me forward I was both startled and off balance. I had to let go of his wrists to catch myself as I fell forward, and I swore the heat coming off his bare skin when my palms landed on the smoothness of his naked chest was enough to meld me to him forever.I was going to ask him what in the hell he thought he was doing. I was going to tell him that I had stopped by more for his father’s sake than his. I was going to snap at him that he was the last man on earth I would let put his hands on me after the lasting damage his unnecessarily cruel actions and thoughtless words a lifetime ago had done. I never got the chance.One of his hands snatched up the end of my long braid and wrapped it around his fingers like a rope. His other slid across the nape of my neck and unceremoniously jerked me forward until we were chest to chest, mouth to mouth, and I was plastered all along the very much undressed front of him. I pushed ineffectually at his rock-hard shoulders, tried to wiggle my way free, but he was too strong, had too good of a grip on my hair— and if I was going to be entirely honest, even drunk and sloppy he was one hell of a good kisser, so my effort to get away may have been halfhearted at best.FTC Advisory: I purchased my own copy of Nash. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.
  • (3/5)
    Saint Ford is a successful nurse, working in a high pressure environment, and thrives in the Emergency Room. Imagine her surprise when her arch nemesis and former high school crush arrives in the ER needing her help. Having broken her heart without even realizing it, Nash is thrown into a situation not of his choosing but finds himself needing her comfort intensely. Dealing with a sudden revelation about his father, Nash is thrown for a loop. Add to that the stress of realizing his newly found Father is fighting for his life, Nash is unable to deal with life’s new stresses. Saint can’t help herself and helps bring Nash out of his booze induced depression but her own low self-esteem continues to suffer. Nash’s story may be the most emotional for me. Nash grows up quite a bit and you follow his emotional journey towards becoming an actual responsible adult. His moments of realizing how much he truly cares about the people in life is both enlightening and heartbreaking. On the other hand, Saint drove me up the freaking wall. Her insecurities at times seemed so overwhelming and I found them a bit hard to believe at times. I’m a little chubby and her comments about her weight drove me crazy, so I had a hard time connecting. Yet once I got over those aspects, I really enjoyed her caring nature and the connections she made with these rough and tumble tattooed men so outside of her normal life. Another fun addition to the Marked Men series, this book more than the others show how much the main characters have adjusted and how circumstances have truly changed in their world. The world Crownover has created is full and well rounded with lots of different people from a wide array of backgrounds but it all works in a strangely wonderful way. As always, Crownover can write a heck of a naughty scene and let me tell you, Nash may be the naughtiest of all. Incredibly excited to read Rowdy’s book coming out in October 2014, then hopefully Asa will get his own story!