Review: Curtis (Coyote Ridge #1) by Nicole Edwards

Posted March 16, 2016 by bookstobreathe in Book Review / 0 Comments

Review: Curtis (Coyote Ridge #1) by Nicole EdwardsTitle: Curtis
Author: Nicole Edwards
Series: Coyote Ridge #1
Published by Self-Published
Release Date March 15, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
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“I’ve always believed for every person there was only one love that would last a lifetime. I never understood quite what it meant until I met you though. You’re it for me, Lorrie. You are my love that lasts a lifetime." ~ Curtis Walker

A love story 50 years in the making…

Curtis Walker has lived his life to the fullest and he attributes that to the woman who has always been by his side. The one thing he knows with absolute certainty: he can’t live without her. Especially not now.

A love that has withstood the test of time…

It’s no secret that Curtis and Lorrie, the proud parents of the seven wild and rowdy Walker brothers, have found their happily ever after. Now, it’s time for the emotional journey of how they got there.


Title: Curtis

Series: Coyote Ridge #1

Author: Nicole Edwards

Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance

Release Date: March 15, 2016



My Review

Having already fallen in love with all the Walker sons it was interesting to go back to the beginning and see where it all started. Let’s just say that those boys came by their raunchiness and loyalty honestly! The road that Lori and Curtis had to travel was full of bumps and bruises, but the end result was so worth it. My breath was stuck in my throat and I was in tears by the time it was over. You look at their life from the outside, see their 7 wonderful sons, and think everything was easy. Well, that’s so far from the truth…

I really enjoyed their innocence in the beginning. Being 15 and 17, it made their relationship more believable, even though it was the 60’s and a different era than now. I appreciated that even though they married really young, they were allowed the time to grow into really loving each other. That being said, I’m still pissed at Curtis for how he went about that. I get he had good intentions but it darn near broke my heart.

I loved growing up with these two characters and it makes me want to go back and read the Walker boys all over again! Phenomenal start to a new series!



About Nicole Edwards

Nicole lives in Central Texas with her husband, kids and her two dogs. Although she has been writing since a very young age, she has recently ventured into the full time world of writing and is loving every second of it.

She is the author of the Club Destiny and Alluring Indulgence series and working on more projects at this time.

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