Nashoda Rose is a New York Times and USA Today International bestselling author of twelve novels, including the Tear Asunder series, the spin-off Unyielding series, and her paranormal Scars of the Wraiths.
She lives outside of Toronto where she enjoys hiking with her Newfoundland dog and riding her horses.
on Jan. 26, 2016 :
I can already tell this series is going to be a favorite of mine. Fighting. Motorcycles. Rock Stars. Masters. Military. JTF2. Seriously, hot alpha men overload. It's like being a kid in a candy store when trying to pick which guy is your favorite.
(review of free book)
on Jan. 16, 2014 :
Emily is a Young woman with a hard past, her dad died a few years ago and her mom is a totally bitch who hurts her with her words. Em used to escape home and went to Mat & Kat’s home for days. She works at a coffee store as waits start the college, but her dream is buy a farm for raise horses, for heal broken horses.
Sculp is the archetypical bad boy of Toronto. He’s a street fighter, biker, rocker, tattooed guy and womanizer. He’s sexy (and dangerous) like hell. He meets Emily in a clandestine fight, she wants he teaches self-defense. They start a strange relationship, first he teaches her how to fight but quickly they fall hard each other.
What will happen when Sculpt’s past crash into them?
Could they being together in spite of all bad things happen?
If you are looking for a sexy and dark romance you’ll love this.
Full review posted in Torn from You
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
on Jan. 07, 2014 :
With You gives a short backstory of how Emily and Sculpt came to know each other. While it is not mandatory but it is highly recommended. Torn from You jumps right into the story and without this, it’s possible to miss the love connection.
It’s a novella so I can’t complain that it was short, but I wished we had more on how the relationship evolved. I’m not a hater of insta-love but it went from 0 to 60 in no time flat. Sculpt went from flat out disregard to head over heels in love. While I can see this happening over time, it’s a little unbelievable when they only see each other a couple hours a week for a few weeks. But then again it is fiction, so anything can happen.
Then again, there’s the lack of any type of background on Sculpt. Now, I’m all for people who do one-night stands, no-strings attached, I don’t need to know your name relationships. But with Emily and Sculpt actually wanting to have some type of relationship, I think it should have progressed further than ‘Hey, my name is Sculpt. Let’s do this thang!’
Just warning you that there is a major freaking cliffhanger. Do not attempt to read without Torn from You ready and waiting nearby. I really tried not to jump right into the next book, so I could let my thoughts simmer. I lasted about 3 minutes before I caved.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)