Our arrangement was simple—just physical and definitely no falling in love. That seemed easy enough until a positive pregnancy test changed everything. He’s loud, crude, sexy, and can cook and he’s bound and determined to make me his, but I’ve been burned before and if I let him in, and things don’t work out for us, well, it’s more than just my heart on the line.
Can I push past my issues to open my heart to that big beautiful man? As we navigate this unfamiliar terrain his enthusiasm begins to knock down the walls I’ve always kept around me, but we keep hitting obstacles that could ruin everything we’re trying to build.
Am I strong enough to battle my own demons to move forward to a future that could promise to be everything I could’ve hoped for?
A Midwesterner and self-proclaimed nerd, Evan has been an avid reader most of her life, but five years ago got bit by the writing bug, and it quickly became her addiction, passion and therapy. When the voices in her head give it a rest, she can always be found with her e-reader in her hand. Some of her favorites include, Shayla Black, Jaci Burton, Madeline Sheehan and Jamie Mcguire. Evan finds a lot of her inspiration in music, so if you see her wearing her headphones you know she means business and is in the zone.
During the day Evan works for a large homecare agency and at night she’s superwoman. She’s a wife to Jim and a mom to Ethan and Evan, a cook, a tutor, a friend and a writer. How does she do it? She’ll never tell.
Stencil is Evan Grace's newest release within the series of bad*** women doing what men usually do, and that is what sets this series aside from many others. I love that this author chose to go that route, because it shows women are capable of doing what they put their minds to despite the backlash.
Nick and Sierra's story was just okay to me. This author's writing was good, but to me it was pretty fast paced which made it hard for me to connect with the main characters. I know Stencil is apart of a series that is based around three sisters and a brother, but because the secondary characters were so frequently brought up in such a fast paced story, I got lost in them instead of the main characters. Nick and Sierra did have chemistry, but I feel like the scenes that were showcased around them was more sexy times versus an actual story. Also, I feel like the story - line has been done so many times, despite Stencil being done in reversal I kinda figured what the outcome was going to be. Maybe I read too much? Wait no, I could never read too much. Reading gives me life. This will not keep me reading the next book in the series though, because again it was okay, not horrible.
Sierra is the blonde bombshell that has more tats than men.
Nick is the restaurant extraordinaire with the bluest of eyes.