I didn’t like Felix. He’s a middle-aged assassin but the way he talks about killing people bothers me. Like it is no big deal. A boring job. These are people’s brothers, fathers, uncles and he seems so cold about it all. Nick I like. He has some spunk and funny moments also he’s a bit of a badass. He’s just trying to help his sister when he gets caught up in a robbery where Felix saves him. Jenna is more complicated. She wants to believe her relationship with the abusive Q will work out but is also afraid of the way he hurts her. I really feel for her and want to squeeze her hard. Nick to the rescue. Then Felix finds out Nick rented the house next door. Really? What are the chances of that happening? Did I also miss the point where Nick finds out Felix is straight? How did he know? (That may very well be in the book but I didn’t notice it). Felix takes Nick and Jenna under his protection because he has unusual feelings for Nick. Cute! Nick being pushy then decides to make Felix enjoy a blow job even though he’s straight. I actually like that scene. It is hot and Nick comes off as very persuasive. However, Felix suddenly accepting that he is gay for Nick happens way too quickly. It is unbelievable and surprisingly too many sex scenes. What shocked me is Nicks reaction to that big twist, if you read the book you’ll know which one. He shows very little emotion when the scene should have been packed full. The action is well written and exciting.
Overall, there is a lot of potential in The Nullifier. I enjoyed the story but it has some hiccups. I’d recommend this book to any who likes bad boys and quick romance.