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Craving Trix (The Aces’ Sons #1) by Nicole Jacquelyn

Craving Trix Book Cover Craving Trix
The Aces Sons #1
Nicole Jacquelyn
Contemporary Romance
July 13, 2015

Bellatrix White had loved Cameron Harrison for as long as she could remember. He was her best friend and her closest confidant, and she knew one day he’d be her forever.

Then he broke her heart.

After five years of complete silence between them, the motorcycle club they grew up in comes under attack, giving Cam the opportunity he needs to work his way back into Trix’s life.

Because while Trix was nursing her broken heart, Cam was realizing exactly what he’d given up.

They fall into a relationship easily, but when new tragedies mix with old memories, neither of the lovers are prepared for the fallout.

Val’s Review


Okay. So this is my SECOND time reading this.

I know what you are thinking…but you rated it 1 star! And one of the most violently shiteous 1 stars at that.

So a re-read…?



Well, lemme ‘splain…


I have no idea, actually.

But SOMETHING prompted me to try read this again.

If you have ever read my original review for this there is one singular event that occurs in this book that changes the landscape of this entire series.

And I loathed it.

At the time of my first read, I felt that this event was completely unnecessary, and so startling that I spent the remainder of the book asking this:


And feeling like the non-Supermaner in this scenario:


So this time, I came into this read armed with that knowledge and prepared to overlook both it and my own…grievances.


And my final verdict?


Yeah, I know.


In fact, as much as I loathed it the first time?

I loved it just as much this time.

Ca-razy, I know.

I still didn’t love Trix still, not gonna lie; but I had more appreciation for where she was coming from this time.

And I just plain LOVED Cameron.

And the “incident” that ruined it?


Yes, yes, I know.

Come at me, bro.


So now that I would give this thing almost 5 stars, I figure the fairest thing to do is meet in the middle between that and my initial reaction rating of 1 star…and call it even at 3 star…


But that’s what I’m gonna do.

In my opinion – and as dumb as it sounds – books are like living things in the heart and mind of every reader…

And living things can change.