Tin Queen

· Devney Perry
4 reviews

About this ebook

No promises. No expectations. No names. That’s what Emmett Stone agreed to with the woman who caught his eye two months ago. After years of drama following the end of his motorcycle club, a no-strings fling with a mystery woman is exactly what he needs. Except as they find themselves together more and more, it’s impossible for him to keep his feelings at bay. She’s clever and sassy. She’s gracious and kind. She loves riding on the back of his bike every Saturday afternoon and lazing in his bed every Sunday morning. She’s the perfect woman.

Except she’s Nova Talbot, the daughter of his archenemy—the man who murdered his father.

Her identity will cost her the man who’s captured her heart unless she can convince Emmett her feelings are true.

Before he learns the reason she proposed their fling in the first place.

4 reviews
Tracey Kruger
September 3, 2021
I have been waiting to read Emmett Stone's book since the first book in this series, and I'm pretty sure that I am not alone. Emmett has always come across as all swagger and sex, the guy who, along with Leo Winter, his partner in crime, is the quintessential good time guy. And at first glance, the Emmett of TIN QUEEN, the sixth and final book (*cries*) in the Tin Gypsy series by Devney Perry, there's no reason to think much differently. Or is there? Because, along the way, throughout the course of these books, there've been hints, nuances of change, and of a depth to Emmett, as well as the rest of the Gypsies, that wasn't obvious at first. Life is moving along, with his brothers finding love and making the changes in their lives that come along with that. And Emmett is evolving, too, as the things that used to be important become less so. Enter June "Nova" Johnson. She knows who Emmett is, and she has her own agenda, one that is certain to shake things up in Emmett's world, and that of his friends. Driven by vengeance, the last thing that Nova is looking for is a happily ever after, and she's determined that the Gypsies won't have one, either. If only life worked out the way that we expected... Devney's flawless storytelling makes TIN QUEEN a book that I could absolutely not put down. The characters, their personal stories, the love that they have for their families that make them who they are, has ensured that the Tin Gypsies series is an all-time favorite, and one that I could visit again and again. I have said with each of these books that it was my "new favorite," and it has always been true. But, I'm going to have to say that Emmett, well, Emmett has my heart. The obstacles that he and Nova overcome in their journey had me loving him more with each page. I wasn't quite sure that things were going to be resolved the way that I was hoping, and, in all honesty, I was prepared for the worst. Suffice to say that I was crying happy tears by the end, and bless Devney for epilogues and bonus stories, because they rounded everything out perfectly. A 5+ star read for me in every way, TIN QUEEN is an easy recommendation, and one that I will keep on making. If you haven't read this series, you are definitely missing out. Do yourself a favor and dive in. You will absolutely fall in love. ❤️
Jo Webb
September 2, 2021
Oh my gosh! My angst levels were SO high reading this book. I dreaded reading the pages because I know it’s the last book but I also couldn’t turn them fast enough. Emmett Stone. The last single man of the Clifton Forge Garage/ex-Tin Gypsies. June “Nova” Johnson. The enemy. Except Emmett doesn’t even know it. Their story had me on the edge of my seat and took me on a journey through their family and respective clubs’ pasts. Their fathers brought them together without even realising it. I’m so unbelievably sad the series is over but what a way to go. What a way to round it off. My heart is full of love for all of them.
Truddy Hoffmann
September 3, 2021
Emmet and Nova are magic together and this book is everything a romance should be. Ms. Perry delivers a beautiful love story full of heart and heat with enough twists to keep you guessing. Tin Queen is the final story in the Tin Gypsy series and while the stories all stand on their own, it’s best to read the whole series as you don’t want to miss a single word.

About the author

Devney is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author who lives in Washington with her husband and two sons. Born and raised in Montana, she loves writing books set in her treasured home state. After working in the technology industry for nearly a decade, she abandoned conference calls and project schedules to enjoy a slower pace at home with her family. Writing one book, let alone many, was not something she ever expected to do. But now that she’s discovered her true passion for writing romance, she has no plans to ever stop.

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