Saturday, April 29, 2017

Ends Here by M. Robinson (Road to Nowhere, #2)

Ends Here
by M. Robinson

Duology: Road to Nowhere - Book 2
Publication Date: April 4, 2017
Publisher: M. Robinson
Genre: MC Romance
Print Length: 464 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Ashes to ashes.
Dust to dust.
And all that fucking shit.
I had killed.
I had sacrificed.
The innocent and the corrupt. I knew blood and I knew violence.
Never imagining I could know love too.
Mia Ryder was a woman to love. To cherish. To fucking claim. Now, forever, and
every day in between.
If there was anyone I’d go to Hell and back for, it was her.
Even if it meant, going to war with…
My fucking brother.

Ends Here by M. Robinson (Road to Nowhere, #2)

Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)Creed is the anti-hero, the ultimate bad boy, the damaged soul, the broken man put back together because of his soul-deep love shared with Mia. It has all been brutally taken away from him, again but he will do anything to keep Mia safe, no matter how much it costs him…no matter what.

Finally, Creed and Mia looked to be starting with their HEA, but a gunshot and an innocent’s death will drive them apart with the force of an atom bomb with heart shattering results that only Noah seems able to breach. Memories are all Creed has, but they are far more than what Mia is left with and clearly it is Creed who is suffering the most as Mia slowly begins to build a new life like a puzzle with several pieces missing. Has the bond between their very souls been broken or will Fate step in and take pity on what they have lost?

M. Robinson’s ENDS HERE is like a journey into another world, one we cannot escape until that very last page. With raw emotions, earthy language and pure human interactions, this gritty conclusion to the Road to Nowhere Duology is not for the weak of constitution or those who want their romance to be fluffy hearts and flowers. Ms. Robinson doesn’t sugarcoat her words or color her characters with pastel colors. Her writing is bold, her characters are dark and drawn with jagged outlines and they are far from fairy tale royalty.

If you want a read that forces you to look beyond the surface to find the hearts and souls of the characters, to accept lifestyles far from those in a plain vanilla life, pick up M. Robinson’s work and be amazed at how deeply you fall into the story and how real it all feels.

I received this copy from M. Robinson in exchange for my honest review.

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