Author: M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Ends Here by M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Ends Here by M. RobinsonEnds Here (Road to Nowhere, #2) by M. Robinson
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FROM USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR M. ROBINSON
The sequel to Road to Nowhere is coming April 4th. Find out all the answers to the questions you are dying to know in Ends Here. Cover and synopsis coming soon.
*Note: Road to Nowhere must be read before Ends Here.

Series: Road to Nowhere #2
Also by this author: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1)

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Book 2 in the 2 book sub series Road to Nowhere. This is a very much a continuation of Mia and Creed’s story, so if you haven’t read Road to Nowhere yet, please do not read any further as this will contain spoilers. You MUST read Ends Here after book 1.

We know their history. We know where it started. But what does the future hold for Creed and Mia? All we know is that it Ends Here!

So, book 2 picks up from where we were left hanging at the end of Road to Nowhere. Mia is missing after a shoot-out at Creed’s mother’s house. Creed is frantic, as is Noah his brother and her unborn baby’s father.

Will they find Mia in time?

Will Creed find who is responsible?

Most importantly… Will Creed and Mia find there HEA?

Okay, so I usually like to give more of a story overview than that, so I am really sorry that I can’t. Actually, strike that… I love that I can’t. Once again M. Robinson has given me a book that has left me speechless in it brilliance and wordless in how I even begin to sum it up.

Whereas book 1 gave us history, the backstory, the bones of who they are, where they came from and of course why they were drawn to each other; book 2 gives us the juicy meat, the good stuff, the part of the story we have been waiting for.

I always expect twists and turns with this author, it’s what she does. She throws down the bread crumbs and it is up to us to follow the trail she leaves us. She excels in angst, what if’s, hurt, betrayals and soul wrenching love stories; this book is no different. So if you loved book 1 let me assure you that book 2 will blow your freaking mind.

Creed steps up to the plate in this book, but in doing so he also leaves himself wide open. Once again at this point I wish I could say more, but I can’t without giving too much away. All I will say is expect the totally unexpected. Seriously this book blindsided me with the secrets that came out and the direction it took at times. Let me warn you now, a HEA isn’t a guarantee for Creed and Mia because of one other very important character in this story. So expect to have your heart stomped on a good few times before the end.

Once again, M. Robinson has written yet another breath-stealing book. I am in absolute awe of her talent for writing books that have such an effect on me emotionally. This spin-off series is just as good as its predecessor The Good Ol’ Boys and it is without doubt one of the best series of books I have ever read.

 

So as we say goodbye to the characters from this book, we welcome our next “El Santo”  and I for one can’t bloody wait!

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Princess Emma Reviews: Road To Nowhere by M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Road To Nowhere by M. RobinsonRoad to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1) by M. Robinson
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From USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson
A new MC standalone series. Synopsis and cover coming soon.

Series: The Good Ol' Boys Spin-Off #2
Also in this series: Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off
Also by this author: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)

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Road to Nowhere is a spin-off from the fabulous Good Ol’Boys series. You do not need to have read these books or indeed El Diablo which is the previous book in this spin-off series, however I recommend you do. All these books have been 5 Crown reads for me, and you will be invested in the characters immediately if you have read them all.

Creed Jameson’s life has been mapped out for him whether he likes it or not. Born into an MC, his father is the President of the Devil’s Rejects and expects all 3 of his sons to fall into line. The darkness he has experienced is not what he wants for his life, or for the lives of his 2 younger brothers. He watches his mother suffer at the hands of his philandering father and tries to protect them by exposing himself to the life he hates even more. The Fog of his life continues to get denser as one tragedy after another follows him. But one little girl always make the sun shine through.

Mia is the youngest of 3 siblings and the only girl. Even at 9 years old she feels suffocated by her overbearing and protective father and envious of the freedoms her older brothers Bo and Mason get. When she meets one of her oldest brother’s best friends, he fascinates her. She is drawn to the sadness that drips off him. Everyone says she has the ability to be everyone’s friend and she is determined to be Creed’s.

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And so begins an innocent friendship that continues for years. Until one day things change for them both.

So I have literally been on tender hooks for this book since the brief introduction to Creed and Mia in the latter part of El Diablo. I am not going to say anything about that, however if you have taken my advice and read the previous books you will know exactly what I mean. This book goes way back to the beginning of their relationship. This is very much Creed’s story with snippets of a young, innocent, frustrated girl who is mature beyond her age and who harbours a crush on the much older man. Don’t be getting your panties in a twist, it is a very innocent and sweet friendship. Creed doesn’t look at Mia in any other way than a cute little girl who understands him way more than she should.

So anyone that has read Monica’s books will know we can always look forward to a full backstory to the characters and that they tend to be told over several or many years. So major things happen along the way that have massive impacts on Creed’s life and how he deals with his MC as well as the issues with his family. I loved him. He is a total bad boy, but one that would so love to be good. He feels he will never be good enough for anyone and he is very destructive with the choices he makes. But he is also a good man at heart, if only someone can pull that out of him. As for Mia, well it was lovely to see her grow into a young woman on the cusp of becoming an adult. The crush she has on Creed never dies, even though sometimes it can be years between seeing him. But it is not until she reaches 15 that she decides that she needs to open up to him, even if it may result in breaking her heart.

Bit of a warning. As I got closer and closer to the end I had a funny feeling in my gut. The book was either going to be rushed at the end to conclude their story or it was going to end on a cliffhanger. Now anyone that loves M. Robinson’s books as much as I do will know that there is no way she could rush a storyline, it just isn’t her style. So alas, it does mean you get the dreaded “To Be Continued….” Arghhh!!!!

There are so many twists and turns in this beautifully written book and lots of questions I need answers to. Monica assures readers we won’t be left hanging for too long and I believe her. This is one author who never lets me down with her stories, and I may be hating her a little bit now, but in the best possible way. Her stories kick arse, and Mia and Creed’s story isn’t one that could be kept to one book.

 

Another great story from this very talented writer. If you haven’t already, you MUST read her books.

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Princess Elizabeth Reviews: El Diablo (The Devil #1) by M. Robinson

Princess Elizabeth Reviews: El Diablo (The Devil #1) by M. RobinsonAlejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off by M. Robinson
Pages: 417
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Alejandro and Lexi’s Story. A Good Ol’ Boys Spin-Off. Title, Cover, and official synopsis reveal coming soon!

Also by this author: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1), Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)

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Hola Carino….  Welcome to the mindfuck!

Holy Hell… Ms. Robinson effen did it…made me fall for El Diablo!  FUCK!

This book is going to leave you breathless… out of breath because you are so mad you can’t breathe…

Out of breathe because the pain you feel for this broken man is heartwrenching.  Breathless and unable to get oxygen to your brain because of the twists and turns that leave you upside down and inside out.  And definitely breathless by the Hotness of Martinez and Lexi…

Big girl panties for this one babe.. it’s hot and evil… but what else would you expect from El Diablo?

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Princess Emma Reviews: El Diablo by M. Robinson

Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off by M. Robinson
on January 1st 1970
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Alejandro and Lexi’s Story. A Good Ol’ Boys Spin-Off. Title, Cover, and official synopsis reveal coming soon!

Series: The Good Ol' Boys Spin-Off #1
Also in this series: Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1)
Also by this author: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1), Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)

5 Crowns

El Diablo is book 1 in a spin-off series of the brilliant Good Ol’ Boys. You do not need to have read that series, however I personally feel it is essential to at least read Crave Me, as Martinez is introduced and plays an integral part in that book.

They call him the Devil and indeed he believes himself to be exactly that. But are people born bad? Or is it our environment that determines the paths our lives will take? This is Alejandro Martinez’s story. From his innocent teenage years, we follow him as he meets the destiny his Mob father has set for him. He rules with an iron fist, is feared and hated as much as he is respected in the underworld he presides over. But it is one woman who will be his biggest challenge. So the question is how can he love an angel when he belongs in hell.

Lexi has had a dismal life thus far. She dreams of becoming a ballerina, but the journey has been a sad and unhappy one. When she meets the older, handsome and enigmatic Martinez, she embarks on a relationship that will span many years. She is well aware of the danger that surrounds him, but she only see’s the light. He becomes her saviour, but also her worst nightmare.

And that is where I leave my overview. I could write and write on. This is such a twisting and turning story which throws up surprises, but will also answers questions we had about Martinez from Crave Me. So all I will say is that there are always 2 sides to a story. We got Brigg’s version of her Uncle, now we get his side and man is it bloody good!

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So I must admit that I was unsure whether I would enjoy this book. Not because I don’t LOVE M. Robinson’s work, because believe me after reading the original Good Ol’ Boys series she has become a favourite author of mine. No, my concern was the main protagonist. As I have already said, he plays a major part in Austin and Brigg’s story in Crave Me and I came out of that book laying a lot of blame for the problems they had to battle at his feet. I was unsure if he would be redeemable, if he deserved his HEA. But M. Robinson plays this story like a concert pianist plays his Steinway grand piano. You will love him and hate him over and over again. In Lexi he has found the chink in his proverbial armour. She challenges him, doesn’t fear him and sees him for the good and the really bad. But will his need to protect her end up breaking both their hearts? Well I will leave that for you to find out.

Happily I can tell you that we also get to see the Good Ol’ Boys and the way their lives have moved on. I am guessing we will be seeing a little more of them in November when Creed the next book in this spin-off series is released.

To M. Robinson, Your stories are masterpieces. I love how your minds works, but more than that I love the way it keeps one step ahead of the readers. You lady are a twisted genius and I can’t wait for the next instalment.

 

To my fellow book lovers. If you are yet to read any stories by M. Robinson, get 1-clicking or you really are missing out.

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Princess Emma Reviews: Crave Me by M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Crave Me by M. RobinsonCrave Me: The Good Ol' Boys Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on May 10th 2016
Pages: 428
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They say in order to find yourself you have to go home. What if home was what you were running from? Where did that leave you? Always on the other side of the fence. Always looking in. Always wishing you were someone you couldn't be. Until one day you meet her. The one. She was my high, but she was also... My demise.

Series: Good Ol' Boys #4
Also in this series: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1)

5 Crowns

Book 4 in the Good Ol’ Boys series. Each book is a standalone read featuring a character from a group of lifelong friends. You do not need to have read the previous books, but you do HAVE to. This series is amazing and you will only feel more emotionally connected to the main characters in this book if you have read their journey from the very beginning.

Austin has always been the most enigmatic of his group of friends. With 3 of the boys older than him and the only girl of their tight knit group younger, he has never felt he quite fitted in. Always trying to be one of them, to be the perfect good ol’ boy, the best friend he could be and to fit the mould that his parents had created for him seriously takes its toll. One day Austin decides that to find himself he must walk away from them all. Become a man that suits him and not everyone else. But in doing so he must either face his demons head on, or mask them until one day they rear their ugly head and maybe just kill him or the relationships he craves forever.

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Briggs lost her parents at a young age and has blamed their deaths on herself ever since. Sent to live with her uncle that is shady to say the least, she lives in a bubble he has created without friends or any affection from him. When she realises that the only direction she can take in life is the pathway her uncle sets out for her, little does she know that it will lead her towards a man that will be her saviour, her addiction and her own personal hell.

A chance meeting between Austin and Briggs sets them on a love story like no other. They become dependent on each other, but one of them has a darkness, a craving, an addiction that will send them both spiralling down. Will their love be enough to save them, or will the dependency they each fight be their ultimate downfall.

F**k me sideways, what an amazing story and what a conclusion to a seriously EPIC series. What I have loved most about this series is how different each characters journey is. These aren’t stories told over a few months or even a year. These journey take you from childhood, well into adulthood. It is impossible not become emotionally connected to these characters and both the joys and battles they face as years pass them by.

Austin more than any other character has been somewhat of a mystery. He has always played his cards close to his chest, but we also knew he had serious issues. Austin’s continued involvement with drugs won’t surprise any fan of this series. But the severity and the direction his life takes will. Briggs was introduced in previous books as someone he meets on his travels. We get to know her and her background more and we are introduced to a world far removed from the peaceful place Austin grew up in.

Their love is toxic, all-consuming and becomes an addiction for them both. You will watch there slow decline and I found myself hating Briggs at times for introducing Austin into a world that would only end one way. But no one could hate Briggs as much as she hates herself and she tries so hard to be the person to wake Austin up to the depravity of his life.

So although much of this book happens away from his childhood friends, will they be the ones to save him or will Austin be the only one that can save himself?

I am so sad to say goodbye to Lucas, Half-pint, Dylan, Jacob and Austin. They have become important to me and I feel like I have held their hands through every up, down, forwards and backwards step they have taken. This is without doubt one of the most heart-wrenching, angst-building series I have ever read. I have laughed, I have cried and have had my heart warmed by their stories and their friendships. I don’t think a full series has ever gotten 5 stars for every single book from me, and if I could give each book more I would.

 

If you haven’t yet read an M. Robinson book then I implore you to do so. Her writing style, imagination, choice of words and characterisation is first class. She is a huge talent and an author that I am so pleased to have stumbled across. I now can’t wait for her next project, El Dialo. Once you have read Crave Me you will be just as excited as me.

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Princess Emma Reviews: Complicate Me by M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Complicate Me by M. RobinsonComplicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1) by M. Robinson
on September 12th 2015
Pages: 397
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5 Stars

It was complicated, it was also just the beginning.A decision.A simple choice.There is always that one moment in life where things could have been different. That one moment where you could have chosen a path that would lead you down a certain road. A different life. It was easier to pretend that we were still best friends, and that she was my girl and I was her boy. Pretending was better than knowing the truth...I. Ruined. Us.I had her. I lost her. I love her.All I did was complicate us.
STANDALONE series. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Strong language and sexual content, not intended for readers under 18.

Series: Good Ol' Boys #1
Also in this series: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Crave Me: The Good Ol' Boys
Also by this author: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1), Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)

5 Crowns

Book 1 in the Good Ol’ Boys series.

Alex or Half- Pint as she is known, has been in love with her best friend for as long as she can remember. She has chased her 4 boys around since she could walk and she loves them all like brothers, except for Lucas. Her and Lucas, although 2 years apart have always shared a special bond, a closeness, and she loves him more than he will ever know.

Complicate Me is a romance that will span years. From childhood friendships, to young people who love but who also hurt each other. This is Lucas and Alex’s story. It isn’t easy or straightforward. It’s complicated and frustrating, but is nonetheless a beautiful love that spans the years. Will they ever find a way to be together, or will obstacles and indeed their own actions get in the way to prevent their happily ever after?

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What. A. Read! This book has every emotion you want in a love story and so much more. It puts the capital A in Angst and grapples with your heart strings from the very start. The characters in this book, well I am seriously invested in them all. I feel like I know them personally, that I have walked in their shoes. And this is down to the pure quality of M. Robinson’s writing. This isn’t a fluffy, cookie cutter romance. M. Robinson has created a world and a life for each of these characters and I for one will not rest until I know everything there is to know about them.

I kind of don’t want to give too much away about the storyline. I think the synopsis is vague for a reason and I don’t want to spoil that. What I can say is that you need to buckle yourself in for a journey between 2 soulmates that destiny has different ideas for. It’s not an insta-love as such, it’s a slow build that starts in childhood and spans nearly 2 decades. The world seems against them, as do those around them, but most of the damage, hurt and mistakes are down to their own actions. (I am stopping here, but I could write on and on about these two amazing characters and their story.)

 

If you want a moving, angst ridden love story that encompasses childhood friendships, family, dealing with the consequences of the mistakes young adults make, and bonds that will never be broken, this is a book that you can’t miss. I am now so sucked into this series, I am off to read Book 2 Forbid Me, Jacob’s story. Wish me luck, I am so going to need it.

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Princess Emma Reviews: Forbid Me by M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Forbid Me by M. RobinsonComplicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1) by M. Robinson
on September 12th 2015
Pages: 397
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5 Stars

It was complicated, it was also just the beginning.A decision.A simple choice.There is always that one moment in life where things could have been different. That one moment where you could have chosen a path that would lead you down a certain road. A different life. It was easier to pretend that we were still best friends, and that she was my girl and I was her boy. Pretending was better than knowing the truth...I. Ruined. Us.I had her. I lost her. I love her.All I did was complicate us.
STANDALONE series. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Strong language and sexual content, not intended for readers under 18.

Series: Good Ol' Boys #2
Also in this series: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Crave Me: The Good Ol' Boys
Also by this author: Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys, Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1), Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)

5 Crowns

Book 2 in the Good Ol’ Boys series. This is a standalone series with interlinking characters, and yes it can indeed be read as such. However, I implore you to read book 1, Complicate Me before you start this one. I honestly believe that it will only improve the reading experience of Forbid me, as it sets the scene and you will embark on it knowing the tight bond these characters have, and for me that is such an imperative part of this series.

Jacob is the oldest of his tight knit group of friends. He loves them all with a loyal intensity and is particularly protective of Alex, the only girl. His part in keeping her and Lucas apart is something he will have to live with, especially given the secret he keeps from them all. He tried to stay away, but she is his own personal siren. She also happens to be 7 years younger than him and his best friend’s kid sister.

Lily has been in love with Jacob for as long as she can remember. She has always been placed in the kid zone, until one day he notices her for the young woman she is becoming. He thinks it’s wrong, but how can love be wrong? And how will they ever make those around them understand the connection that tethers their souls as one.

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I started this book thinking, how the hell can you top Lucas and Alex’s story; with Jacob and Lily’s, that’s how. OMG, this is one hell of a story. Once again M. Robinson’s writing is amazingly beautiful and the story is so well constructed. With Forbid me she has created a book that’s emotional content will suck you in and break your heart.

It is in essence a forbidden love story combined with a best friend romance, however that seriously doesn’t even begin to do this book justice. When Jacob and Lily share their first kiss Lily is just 15 years old and Jacob 22. In some books that would give you a real ick factor. Let me tell you now, it doesn’t with these 2 characters, and M. Robinson’s writing and portrayal of these characters and the love they share is the reason.  This is a beautiful, heart-breaking and angst ridden journey. You have on one hand Jacob, who loves Lily but really struggles with guilt for the attraction and love he has for her. On the other is Lily; determined, stubborn and confidant in them and the future they could have if they could only overcome the obstacles in their way.

Once again it is a journey over many years. Told in dual POV, you get the whole story and it is in a mixture of past and present which totally worked for their story. It is a story that combines love and hurt, broken hearts and redemption. It really is a beautiful book.

 

I seriously can’t recommend this series or indeed this author enough. Her writing is raw and real and I can’t get enough. I am off now to read Dylan’s book, I need to know what his journey will bring and I need to know now!

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Princess Emma Reviews: Undo Me by M. Robinson

Princess Emma Reviews: Undo Me by M. RobinsonUndo Me: The Good Ol' Boys by M. Robinson
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on February 26th 2016
Pages: 338
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I met her when I was sixteen. I fell in love with her when I was seventeen. She brought me to my knees when I was twenty. I loved her against reason. I loved her against hope. I loved her against all odds. Now she's back, a constant reminder of what I lost, what could have been. I hate her. I resent her. I still love her. Can I forgive her... Will she be my end once again or my beginning?"

Series: Good Ol' Boys #3
Also in this series: Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Crave Me: The Good Ol' Boys
Also by this author: Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Complicate Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #1), Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Alejandro Martinez: A Good Ol' Boys Spin-off, Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere, #1), Ends Here (Road to Nowhere, #2)

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Book 3 in the Good Ol’ Boys series. This is a standalone series, however as I have said before please, please read the 2 previous books. Each book has interlinking characters and their stories and the bonds they have in their relationships with each other are pivotal. It will really enhance the emotions you feel for them as characters and the journey this book takes them on.

Dylan “Fuckin’” McGraw has always been the leader of the pack. Cocky, direct and honest to a fault, he makes no apologies for his behaviour or his attitude. The girls throw themselves at him and one thing he is good at is catching them and then throwing them back when he has had his fill… until her. She is his game changer.

Aubrey has moved to North Carolina from L.A following the breakdown of her parent’s marriage. She takes an instant dislike to Dylan and his treatment of her only friend, but soon he casts his net and she is unable to escape him.

She challenges him and brings out a side of him that only one other girl has been able to do. His need to protect and love her takes over and the love they share is beautiful and everlasting. Until one day it isn’t and everything they have becomes ugly and tainted… maybe forever!

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My heart hurts so much after this book. All the books in this series have been deep and meaningful, but this book really explores an ugly side to love and how certain experiences ruin everything that is good. Before I go any further I have to advise that this books contains a very serious subject matter. I am not going to go into it as I don’t want to spoil the read for you, I will however say that it may be a trigger for some. Having said that I can also say that M. Robinson has dealt with it in a sensitive and honest manner. Yes it is a hard book to read at times, but by the end you will be glad you have experienced it.

I was never quite sure about Dylan in the previous books. He was always a little too cock sure of himself and very much an arsehole if I’m honest. This book unmasks the real Dylan and let me tell you, you will want a man like him in your life. His love and loyalty to Aubrey is unrivalled. But it is Aubrey who will break your heart. Her journey is such a torrid one and out of all the couples in these books, it really was these two that have the hardest path for many reasons. Angst is the wrong word for this book, poignant and raw is so much better.

As with all these books we start at the very beginning of their story, following both Dylan and Aubrey over the course of two decades. It is a real rollercoaster that throws in many a twist and turn that I for one wasn’t expecting. The quality of M. Robinson’s writing astounds me and her ability to create feelings that hit you deep in the solar plexus is up with the best. Is it a hard journey? Yes most certainly. But it is also a story about everlasting love, loyalty and the extremes we go to for “The One”.

 

Please do not let this series pass you by. It is a rare gem that I stumbled across, and one that I will never ever forget. I now await Austin’s book, Crave Me. He is the most enigmatic character in this series and one that has always battled with himself throughout each book. I am just glad I only have 2 weeks to wait to be back in North Carolina. Bring on the most epic of book hangovers!

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