May 30, 2017


Wolfe Caine and his cousin Lynx know the small town of Embers Ridge like the backs of their hands. They grew up here, started more than their fair share of trouble on these back roads. They’ve been called wild, untamable, even crazy at times. And they’re okay with that.

Settling down has never been in Wolfe’s plan, but that was before they caught his eye. As far as Wolfe’s concerned, the two of them together … that’s his greatest temptation.

Getting close to either of them is difficult. But when Wolfe gets them both in his grasp, he’s determined he’s going to hold on, no matter how hard that proves to be.




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Kara's Review

5 out of 5 stars

Hard to Hold is the first in a two book series, The Caine Cousins, by the extremely talented Nicole Edwards. Nicole is the Queen of Ménage. Everything she writes is fantastic, don’t get me wrong, but there’s just something about the way she writes a ménage. It’s not just a book about sex for sake of sex. The characters are always fighting to be happy. To find themselves and realizing they only feel complete with the two other people in their life. Hard to Hold is an emotional story done with grace. Nicole is one of my favorite authors and I always know I’m going to be thoroughly entertained. Wolfe Caine and his cousin Lynx own and run a business in the town they were born and raised in. They were always known as reckless and wild, and settling down isn’t on their radar. Wolfe and Rhys, the town sheriff,  have known each other since they were kids. They aren’t exactly friends, but there’s something electric between them. Wolfe has been with men and women and he’s fine with no labels. Rhys isn’t quite able to be as free. When newcomer, Amy, cacthes both their eyes, sparks fly between the trio. Wolfe and Rhys can’t help but want each other, and they’ve both done this before. They aren’t sure what Amy is thinking and if she’s feeling what they are and they don’t want to scare her. Can Wolfe and Rhys show some restraint and ease Amy into this relationship? Will she be willing and able? I loved this story! The characters are all sexy, smart and funny, and their chemistry is off the charts hot! The mm scenes are some of my favorite of Nicole’s. Wolfe and Rhys and both strong, confident and domineering and they are sexy as hell!! Amy isn’t weak or innocent, but she has a past. Being with Wolfe and Rhys calms her and she wants to be with them. Overall, it was sexy, sweet, hot, funny and suspenseful! I can’t wait for Hard to Handle.

PS: There is an HEA, but there is a cliffhanger! Just trust me and read it!

His voice was like dark velvet. Smooth and warm and… God, he smelled good.

“Is this what you’re comin’ ’round for? Tauntin’ me? Teasin’ me? You tryin’ to see if I’m interested?”

Rhys swallowed hard.

“Because I might be.”

Wolf’s face was hard. “Because when she kissed me and I kissed her, I realized I wanted to fucking kiss you, too.”

New York Times bestselling author Nicole Edwards launched her professional writing career in July of 2012. Having been an avid reader all of her life and a huge fan of creative writing, it seemed the likely path for her to take. Since then, she has released more than forty books and has no plans to stop. As her full-time career/hobby, Nicole writes steamy contemporary and erotic romances.

Nicole is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who was born and raised in Texas. Married with three kids and four dogs, she has plenty of interaction to keep her imagination brewing. Her books have been featured in USA Today’s Happy Ever After segment as well as Indie Reader’s best seller list. She has forged her way as an independent author.

Although she has a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, she prefers to be hiding out in her writing cave, talking to the fictional characters that have built up in her head over the years.

When she isn’t writing or plotting her next book (sometimes translated to “playing on Facebook”), Nicole loves to read and spend time with her family and her dogs

Nicole Amazon page


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