Cole Fowler is a nomad biker. He doesn’t want to settle down for long. He works for months or days at a time before taking off for his next stop. His bike needs several repairs. So he stops and finds a job at a bar. He is attracted to the woman he meets behind the bar and seems to make it his mission to get to know her.

Sandy works in a bar as a bartender. She is a college student who has not chosen a major. She was kicked out of her parents’ house at eighteen and now lives her life as she chooses. Sandy longs to travel. But she has ended up going to college according to what she is “suppose to” do. It’s apparent early on that Sandy does not fit in nor does she think like most woman.

The connection between Sandy and Cole is intense. Cole is Sandy’s perfect match. The biggest problem is Cole does not realize it right away. He has a hard time thinking beyond the present. The sex scenes were blistering.

I found this book well written with an interesting plot. The main characters and the secondary characters were fascinating. While I thought the overall all story line was rushed in many places this was still a great book. Just when I had the ending all figured out Ms. Crescent threw in a twist.

Book Blurb for Nomad

Cole Fowler never settles down and he doesn’t do love. He likes sex and women and he’s not ashamed to have both in abundance. When his bike is in need of repair, he stops at a bar intent on earning enough money for the bike and to live off in the coming months. Then he meets Sandy and all bets are off.

Sandy has never fit in. She hates to be controlled and studying at the local college doesn’t challenge her. Nothing interests her. The need to travel is in her blood.

The attraction between them is instant. Sandy knows Cole will not stick around but no one ever said she couldn’t become a nomad, too. Has Cole finally met his female match?

Be Warned: anal sex, sex toys, spanking

Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2014 4.00