Lost: A Nicki Sosebee Novel

Lost: A Nicki Sosebee Novel

by Jade C. Jamison
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Lost: A Nicki Sosebee Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
pepperjwooten More than 1 year ago
“Lost: Nicki Sosebee #6” by Jade C. Jamison 5 out of 5 stars It’s time for Nicki to do some soul-searching! Her personal life is in upheaval and she’s starting to wonder if she’s made any good decisions lately. All she needs is some time with her BFFs Brandy and Jillian to show her that maybe it’s time to grow up and start figuring out what she really wants from the men in her life. On the professional front, Nicki’s starting to realize that the government in her small town has some corrupt players and fighting them won’t be as easy as she hoped! It’s fun to meet new characters and in this book we get two! The addition of Seth and Todd is like a breath of fresh air. They both bring something fresh to the table and I hope that this book won’t be their only appearance. Just like with Matt, we get to see the young and fun side of Nicki when she is with Seth. I could easily see him becoming a good friend for her in the future. Todd offers her a new experience and he definitely brings the heat! While I don’t think he’s the guy for her, I would love to get to know him anyway! This was the first book that I actually appreciated Nicki’s girl friends, Brandy and Jillian. In previous books they didn’t seem to carry much weight but here Jamison uses them to push the story forward. I finally got the back story on Nicki and Sean that I had been hoping for and now I can honestly say I’m torn between him and Jesse. I’m ready for Nicki and Sean to give their relationship a shot so I can compare and decide who I’m really going to root for. I like the continued thread of the corrupt government storyline. I’m enjoying the slow build and I’m intrigued with where the story is going. Jamison has done well with not rushing here and by spreading it over several books (so far) she continues to keep me interested in what the future holds. I will say again that Jamison continues to be one of my favorite authors. She really gets inside the heads of her characters and what comes out is real, everyday life. I love how rooted in realism she keeps her books and I can’t wait to get started on the next one. I can’t recommend her books enough! *I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.* Shannon, My Secret Book Spot
Anonymous More than 1 year ago