* Review * NO REP by Lani Lynn Vale

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * NO REP by Lani Lynn ValeNo Rep by Lani Lynn Vale
Series: Madd CrossFit #1
on July 27, 2021
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Taos was tired.
Tired of everything that came with living. Not to the point where he was suicidal or anything, but tired enough that he just didn’t give a crap anymore.
He’d seen all the ugliness this world had to offer due to his job as a police officer for way too many damn years of his less than stellar life. After finding a way to sustain his spending habits that didn’t include having criminals point guns at his face, he quits without a backward glance.
Only, he just can’t step away from old habits.
Old habits that have to do with a beautiful young woman that makes his heart feel like it isn’t nearly as broken as it is.
Fran has experienced more than her fair share of crap. After an attack that nearly took her life, she stays hidden in her house, fearful that stepping out of her comfort zone will be the final nail in her coffin.
Then her sister forces her to face her fears, and she joins Madd CrossFit.
There, she meets the man that saved her life a year ago, and realizes rather quickly that he doesn’t even realize who he is to her.
He’s everything she ever thought a man should be and wants nothing to do with her.
Maybe she’ll have to give him a reason to look her way.
And damned if she doesn’t find a way to do it.
She didn’t plan on nearly getting killed for that to happen, though.
At least not again.


Highly emotional and rewarding! Lani Lynn Vale is kicking off a brand new series revolving around the owners and attendees of a Cross Fit gym and the first book did not disappoint! The characters in NO REP were rich with back story, the supporting cast feel like old friends and the emotion of the story and depth of their connection was fully satisfying. I’m looking forward to more to come in this Madd CrossFit series.

Taos is gruff and broody, but has a heart of gold that quickly expands to revolve around Fran. I loved that he got to know her anew without realizing their history at first.

Fran is a survivor and it’s rewarding to see her come to life in a way she hasn’t been living under the new love of a good man.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a familiar bond camaraderie with characters who are good friends supporting each other as love comes calling.


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