Book 1, Custom Culture - Custom Culture, #1
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New York Times & USA Today Bestseller
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After leaving high school, with a hard won diploma and the title of most likely to break hearts, Alexander “Nix” Pierce has left his wild, out of control years mostly behind him. A small inheritance from his grandfather has given him the funds to open up his tattoo shop, Freefall, and he has started to pull his life together. Aside from trying to keep his best friend, Dray, from killing himself in the fight ring, and his slight obsession with a pin-up model he’s never met, Nix’s life is going smoothly . . . until Scotlyn James, the object of his obsession, walks into his shop.
Ever since a tragic accident killed her family and left her alone in the world, Scotlyn James hasn’t spoken one word. Up until now she didn’t care that she had no way of talking to people. Her awful aunt would never have listened, and Lincoln Hammond the arrogant, selfish man who pulled her from the streets of Los Angeles wouldn’t hear her words if she could speak. But when Lincoln insists she get a tattoo to cover up a scar on her side, Scotlyn meets the artist, Nix Pierce. And now she longs for her voice. Now she has found someone who will hear her.
Freefall (Custom Culture #1) Now available
Clutch (Custom Culture #2) Now available
Dray (Custom Culture #3) Now available
Rett (Custom Culture #4) Now available
Nix & Scotlyn:The Wedding (Custom Culture #5) Now Available
Clutch & Taylor: The Wedding (Custom Culture #6) Now Available
A New Adult Contemporary Romance
Boring boring gone
Glad this is out of my library! This was so god dang boring! There was no chemistry and the pace of the book was too slow.
there's a reason it's free
poor punctuation and grammar along with sexualization of a child all balled into one terrible read.
Nix and Scotlyn
I liked the story and the characters but feel it could of had a little more depth. I felt like I was reading a romance novel for a teenager in some ways. It had lots of potential but could have been a little more involved. You know like an adult woman would read. Just needed the rated R version and not the PG version.