Friday, March 4, 2022

The Bully (Calamity Montana #4) by Willa Nash

Nellie Rivera is trading traffic for tranquility. When the quiet streets of small-town Montana beckon, she leaves Denver behind and moves to Calamity. It would be the perfect adventure if not for Cal Stark.

When her archnemesis dares to show his face one Saturday morning, declaring he is moving there too, she vows to make his life a misery. The town isn’t big enough for the both of them and besides . . .

She was here first.

Cal has been a thorn in her side since high school. He might have bullied her back then, but she’s not a modest teenager anymore and has learned a few plays of her own. If all goes to plan, she’ll run the former pro quarterback out of town within a month.

There’s only one problem. Cal has the same plan. He wants Calamity bad enough to pull out all the stops. And after one kiss, she realizes that he doesn’t play fair.

4 Stars

Another fabulous and intense read in this series. The Bully had all the feels and emotions. Nellie Rivera and Cal Stark were complicated characters who grew up with a lot of hurt and misunderstandings. 

Nellie and Cal hate each other. And I mean hate. Their banter, the constant push and pull, had me reading nonstop and just wanted to smack the two and see how much they can be friends without all the bitterness. 

But their enemies status doesn't turn to friends to lovers, but just enemies to lovers. I think this was my favorite of the series so far! It’s always so fun to see characters from the other books in the series make appearances. And i love how the epilogue of each book gives a tiny hint about the next one in the series!

About the Author

Willa Nash is USA Today Bestselling Author Devney Perry's alter ego, writing contemporary romance stories for Kindle Unlimited. Lover of Swedish Fish, hater of laundry, she lives in Washington State with her husband and two sons. She was born and raised in Montana and has a passion for writing books in the state she calls home.

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