Book Review: Tin Queen (Clifton Forge #6) by Devney Perry

This book... holy wow! The characters, the build, that killer moment when things come together, it was perfection! I had a book hangover for days after finishing Tin Queen. I cannot say enough good things about this book and the entire Clifton Forge series.



Book Review: Tin Queen (Clifton Forge #6) by Devney Perry | About That Story
Tin Queen (Clifton Forge #6) by Devney Perry


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From USA Today Bestselling Author Devney Perry comes a small town, enemies-to-lovers, forbidden romance.

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 the Tin Gypsy 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.


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5 out of 5 stars

This story was everything! Tin Queen was filled with so much emotion, passion, and heart, from the very first page I was all in. I loved Nova and Emmett, the chemistry between them, and the amazing build to them coming together. I feel like a broken record but I swear every Devney Perry book I read is a new favorite. The final book in the Clifton Forge series was phenomenal!

Nova and Emmett were fantastic! They each had totally different motivations happening and I loved knowing what the other didn't. I loved that instant spark and connection they had and the super-hot, sexy times. I loved getting to know Nova, learning her secrets, and understanding her need for vengeance because of the truths she knew. I loved the guilt and conflict she felt as her walls start to break down and her feelings for Emmett grow. I loved Emmett and seeing the sweet, heartfelt side of him and how caring he was. I was thrilled to finally get his story and it did not disappoint. I loved his evolution over the course of the story, watching him open up and let his guard down and be vulnerable. I was filled with anticipation waiting for their worlds to collide and the truth to come out about Nova. There were so many great aspects that had me completely invested and ignoring everything around me.

This story was simmering with heat, emotion, and drama. I loved all the details, learning more about the Tin Gypsy’s history, the bonds the men have, and the epic build to everything. I cannot say enough about the build bringing the reader to that moment when things come to light. It was awesome! The epilogue was the perfect addition and I was so happy to get updates on all the couples and where they're at in life, and what they were doing to honor the past and the future.

This has been an exceptional series and I have loved each and every book. This book brings it to a close and it was really something truly special. It’s one of those times I didn’t want the story to end but I couldn’t help but read it fast because I was excited about everything I was learning. Tin Queen was a heartbreakingly beautiful story that filled me up, made me smile, made me swoon, and I loved every second!

Complimentary copy received.


Book Review: Tin Queen by Devney Perry | About That Story
Thank you Devney Perry for the finished copy of Tin Queen. Love the purple cover!


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Gypsy King (Tin Gypsy Book 1) by [Perry, Devney] Riven Knight (Tin Gypsy Book 2) by [Perry, Devney] 
Steel King (formerly Gypsy King) (#1) - Amazon | My Review | Favorite Book of 2019
Riven Knight (#2) - Amazon | My Review | Favorite Read of 2020
Stone Princess (#3) - Amazon | My Review
Noble Prince (#4) - Amazon | My Review
Fallen Jester (#5) - Amazon | My Review
Tin Queen (#6) Amazon


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The Coppersmith FarmhouseThe Clover ChapelThe Lucky Heart (Jamison Valley Book 3) by [Perry, Devney]
The OutpostThe Bitterroot InnThe Candle Palace (Jamison Valley Book 6) by [Perry, Devney]
The Coppersmith Farmhouse (#1) - Amazon | My Review | Favorite Romance Reads of 2017
The Clover Chapel (#2) – Amazon | My Review | Favorite Romance Book of 2018
The Lucky Heart (#3) - Amazon | My Review
The Outpost (#4) – Amazon | My Review
The Bitterroot Inn (#5) – Amazon | My Review
The Candle Palace (#6) Amazon | My Review




   
Lark Cove Series
Tattered (#1) - Amazon | My Review
Timid (#2) - Amazon
Tragic (#3) - Amazon
Tinsel (#4) - Amazon


  
 
Runaway Road (#1) Amazon | My Review
Wild Highway (#2) - Amazon | My Review
Quarter Miles (#3) Amazon | My Review
Forsaken Trail (#4) - Amazon | My Review
Dotted Lines (#5) Amazon | My Review


Rifts and Refrains (#2) - Amazon | My Review


   
Writing as Willa Nash
The Bribe (#1) - Amazon | My Review | Favorite Read of 2020
The Bluff (#2) Amazon | My Review
The Brazen (#3) - Amazon | My Review
The Bully (#4) - Amazon | Release Date: March 3, 2022


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As of September of 2021, this series was rebranded and the covers were changed. The original series name of Tin Gypsy (with the skull covers) has been renamed, Clifton Forge. The first book, Steel King is the new title for Gypsy King. All the stories remain the same.

I did my best to update the series name and first book title in all the appropriate places where I was able to but the old skull covers will show up in a lot of images. Please note the change. Thank you!



I have loved the Clifton Forge series so much and never wanted it to end. What's a series you didn't want to say goodbye to? Let me know!


Book Review: Tin Queen by Devney Perry | About That Story


Book Review: Tin Queen by Devney Perry | About That Story



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