Title: Trusting Nicole
Series: Last Hangman MC #4
Author: Muriel Garcia
Release Date: July 28, 2015

Jason Sanders hasn’t had the easiest of lives. Growing up he had all he could ever want, except for two very important people: his parents. The day he lost them was the day his life became a chaotic mess. A mess that still haunts him today. 

Due to his association with three of the most prominent MCs in Louisiana, the entire New Orleans Police Department suspect him to be a corrupt cop, little do they know what’s really going on behind closed doors. 

At the start, he hated every single biker. They had made his existence a living hell for the past four years. Now? Now, they have fast become a permanent fixture in his life and are the closest thing to a family he’s had since that day.

Thanks to her big brother, Nicole Lyle grew up surrounded by the Last Hangman MC and loved every second of it. They were always there for her, supporting her, protecting her, except for one night. One disastrous night causes Nicole to do the one thing she never thought herself capable of, causing her life to become a devastating mess. A mess she wishes she could have avoided.

What happens when Jason and Nicole’s pasts catch up to them and threaten to ruin their futures?

How will Nicole’s older brothers, Gabe and Aleck, cope with the details of their younger sister’s torrid past?

Will Nicole be able to help Jason heal or is he beyond fixing?

Will Jason be able to take a leap of faith and trust Nicole?

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I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s release promotions.

We met Nicole in the first book. At least, I did. I liked her since then. There was a happiness and lightness in her as well as a toughness that I always like in heroines. I think she’s the one I like the most in this series, so far.

Honestly, when I read Saving Ayden, I didn’t really know if I was going to proceed with the series. I felt that Ayden was amateurish. The emotional scenes didn’t really grip me. The mystery was predictable. The heroine was kind of a doormat, and the hero didn’t really scream “biker” to me. However, I decided to still read the next installments. I started liking the characters eventually.

I like Nicole’s book because I’ve always wanted to see how she’d fall in love and what kind of man she’d end up with. I am glad I read on because I finally got to her book and enjoyed everything I read in her story.

The theme of this series is about the main characters’ pasts catching with their present and whether they are strong enough to overcome a new challenge that is caused by something from their past. I think that since this is the fourth book, we already know that all main characters are always able to be brave when times needs it from them.

overall, it is a good solid read with lots of secrets coming to light and twists and turns that any reader will definitely appreciate.



Saving Ayden:


Teaching Aleck:

Healing Gabe:
Muriel Garcia was born and raised in
Belgium. She started writing a little over a year ago and never thought she
would ever publish; reading and writing weren’t her favorite things to do in
high school.
After one of her friends gave her a
challenge – the next time they would attend a book signing, she would be a
signing author (it did happen!) – she started to take writing a lot more seriously
and never looked back. She’s enjoyed every second of it and the friends she’s
made along the way.
She loves music, tattoos—especially on
hot men, traveling, and cooking. She has always had an overly imaginative and
creative mind but never thought of putting words to paper. Now she couldn’t
imagine not writing stories that are near and dear to her heart.

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