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The characters are very likeable. I love reading a book and feeling like I wouldn’t mind actually knowing the people and being friends with them.
Kyle has been attracted to Niki for a very long time, but had some very unlikable ways of showing it. He’s made mistakes in his past that he’s still paying for – even after becoming a Christian. And even as a Christian, his fears keep him from doing what he should/when he should. It seems he makes one blunder after another; don’t we all feel that way at times?
Niki lost her parents when she was 14, then loses her only brother when she’s a senior in high school. She’s afraid to even think about falling in love, believing that she would just lose that person like everyone else in her life. Niki lives with her best friend Marcy, who is trying to play matchmaker – quite unsuccessfully.
Even after Niki finds God, her life is very stressful. Her go-to stress reliever has always been work – burying herself in her job. But now her work life is very stressful as well.
I loved watching/reading how it all works out. Many times I thought it would go one direction just to see it take a different turn. And in the end, I found myself not wanting the story to end. ;)
But who knew that Kyle Jacobs was back in town, and working for Heliotronics? He was the jerk who tormented her mercilessly all through high school. Worse, he was the guy she'd had a crush on. It would have been nice if his little sister-her roommate-had warned her, but no.
Can Niki ignore her revived feelings for the new-and-improved Kyle and keep the project focused on a shifting schedule? Or will the tension-and history-between them sabotage the whole thing and put lives at risk if the simulation fails?
Nickels is a contemporary romance novel set in the greater Phoenix, Arizona, area. It's obvious the author is well acquainted with the heroine's career. Sometimes I wanted Niki to get over herself, but I realized that was (part of) the point of the story. Kyle's path from beginning to end was a bit more complicated and therefore seemed more understandable.
If you like Christian contemporary romance set in urban areas, you might enjoy Nickels. It's available on Amazon in both print and Kindle versions.