Phoenix Pierce is putting the pieces back together after the death of his father. Between his multi-million dollar company, the NHL team he now owns, and the endless supply of women willing to share a bed for one night of uninhibited sex, he finds himself going through the motions. Until he meets Mia. Although he’s on a mission to win her, that doesn’t solve his problem of the other person he wants… the man he has denied himself for years.
Tarik Marx doesn’t think anyone could ever fill the void in his life the way Phoenix unknowingly has. That is until he meets Mia. Thanks to a fractured childhood, Tarik has to face a bigger problem: he doesn’t know how it feels to be loved. His past adds additional complexity when Tarik finds himself trying to figure out how he can have them both.
Is it possible for a million tiny pieces to come together again? And if they do, will that make the bond even stronger than before?
Wow. I am not sure exactly what I can say about A Million Tiny Pieces, expect wow. I know what you are thinking. Seriously wow is all she can think of? Well yes wow is all I can think of because I am having a hard time putting into words my feelings about this book. Let me try to somewhat explain what I mean by that. Overall I am a hair shy of loving the book, and the reason for me not loving it 100% is because at times I thought the book dragged on. Not that it was poorly written or the characters didn’t keep me engaged, because they did, but I wanted at times to scream because I wanted more of their time together and not all the million of dramas that surrounded the three of them. The sex between these three whether one on one or all three together was panty soaking hot, something that Nicole Edwards is known for, some of the hottest sex scenes that leave you panting and reaching for your significant other. So besides the fact that I wish the book had been a little shorter (lord the book gods are going to strike me down for that probably) I absolutely loved it.
Nicole Edwards is an author that I just know that before even reading the blurb I will automatically purchase because she knows how to make you chase after her characters and wish that it was you in the book with them. A Million Tiny Pieces isn’t an exception to that statement either because hot damn I wish I could have been in the room during some of those scenes and because the book really is one that should be on your TBR lists.