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Review: Custom Love (Fast & Fury #3) by Chantal Fernando

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Review: Custom Love (Fast & Fury #3) by Chantal Fernando

The thrilling conclusion to New York Times bestselling author Chantal Fernando’s Fast & Fury series, fully loaded with intense emotions and edge-of-your-seat suspense.

All she wanted was the truth.

All he wanted was to be left alone.

Nadia has always been in charge of her life. As a private investigator, she makes her own hours and only takes on cases that she wants to work on. But when a family friend asks her to look into a case, she instantly regrets it—it hits far too close to home.

The last thing she wants to do is rip open old wounds. Especially Trade’s, the single father she’s been spending time with. It isn’t long before she’s falling not just for him, but for the kids he’s trying so hard to protect.

But the little voice in Nadia’s head tells her that something isn’t right, and she’s determined to find the truth. Using her connections to the Knights of Fury MC and the Fast & Fury motorcycle garage to gather evidence, Nadia uncovers evidence of a conspiracy that will leave everyone shaken—and force her and Trade to do whatever it takes to keep their new family safe.

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MY REVIEW

All she wanted was the truth. All he wanted was to be left alone….Nadia is so stranger to taking care of herself. She likes things her way and in her control, and that goes for her work life too. But when a dear friend asks her to look into a case, this particular case hits too close to home. The last thing she wants to do is hurt the group of friends she now calls family. But in Nadia’s line of work, she’s learned to trust her gut. In her quest to find the truth, Nadia will find more than she ever bargained for…

Custom Love is the third book in the Fast & Fury Series and it follows the story of Nadia and Trade. Trade’s world was turned upside down when the love of his life was murdered. All he’s wanted to do is move on and forget the bad card life had dealt him. Unfortunately for him, his old wounds are about to blown wide open. When Nadia gets asked to take a look at a case that most would like to forget, she has no choice but to look into it. However, in her quest to find the truth, she finds herself getting closer to Trade and falling for a man she shouldn’t be falling for….

Overall, I thought this book was a really enjoyable read. Trade and Nadia were a force right from the start. I enjoyed their chemistry and banter. I loved that Trade was tough on the outside, but had a heart of gold was an amazing father. I thought Nadia had a lot of good character. She would do anything for her friends or those she loved. She had a big heart and would never purposely hurt someone. I liked how honest she was with Trade and how she tried to navigate the uncharted waters of their relationship. The road to happily ever after wasn’t an easy one for these two, but I had a good time reading their story and seeing how they sorted it all out.

As much as I enjoyed this story, I did have a couple of issues with it. There were some passages that I felt were a bit repetitive and it was kind of distracting at times. My other issue was that I felt like parts of the story were rushed. Don’t get me wrong, I really enjoyed this story and could have easily have enjoyed another 100 pages of it. So, it kills me that certain parts were rushed.

All that being said, I still feel that Custom Love is a solid read. It was fun to get lost in and I’ve really enjoyed getting to know these characters as I’ve explored the Fast & Fury Series. I’m sad that this is the final book in this series, but hope that the author will do another spin-off as I’m not ready to say goodbye to all of these characters just yet.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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