Unsocial by Nicole Dykes

imageDylan is living the perfect life. He is the owner of a very successful auto body and restoration business. He can have his pick of women and he doesn’t worry about anything. That is until he receives a phone call that is going to change his life forever. His parents, who he hasn’t seen or talked to in years, have been in a tragic car accident and both of them have died. He is asked to come home and take care of his four younger siblings. He hasn’t seen them for three years. Will they want to come home with him? Should he stay in Kansas with them or bring them home to Oklahoma with him where his business is?
UNSOCIAL has Dylan dealing with a social worker named Brooke who is assigned to their case. This is Brooke’s first case and she tries to do right by this family, but she is instantly attracted to Dylan. This is not a good thing! Brooke could lose her job if things developed the way she dreams about. How is she going to be able to fight her feelings for Dylan and get the kids where they deserve to be?
The kids are sometimes hysterical and I found myself laughing out loud in many spots of reading UNSOCIAL. They also broke my heart. Their lives have been turned upside down and you can’t help but feel their pain. Alex and Jax are good friends to Brooke and Dylan but they are very protective of them and there were a few times I wanted to slap them both and tell them to mind their own business! Even with these some times annoying friends, I found myself on the edge of my seat waiting to see what was going to come next!
Even though UNSOCIAL is a big book, 620 pages, I had no problem reading it. It held my interest the entire time and sucked me right in from the very first page. Not only was I laughing while reading but I was also crying. My emotions were all over the place and I love when an author can do that. So far I have read everything that Ms. Dykes has written and I plan on keeping it that way! Her writing has matured and I can’t wait to see what she writes next!

 

ARC provided by author for an honest review.

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