Title: Road To Freedom
Series: Dogs of Fire, Book #9
Author: Piper Davenport
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: August 28, 2018
18+ for language and sexual content!
We'd had a deal. One night only.
He broke that deal when he called the next day.
For two years, I've worked to forget the taste of his skin, but then he shows up at a time I need him the most…and wants more than I'm able to give.
One night with her wasn't enough, but I gave her space and let her go.
Now she's in trouble, and I'm no longer willing to watch her walk away.
I have one chance to slay the dragons of her past.
The problem is, I’m no one's knight in shining armor.
Review by: Jennifer
This is part of a series and to get the full impact that this read can give you, I do highly suggest reading the previous stories. The returning characters, previous happenings that are mentioned; it just makes sense not to be confused while you read. Merrick/Finch and Remington had a one night stand two years ago.. one that neither forgot. When Finch is one of the brothers called in when Grace needs help, seeing each other is a bit more than Remington can handle. For Finch this is just the perfect shot of getting a second chance, a more permanent chance if Finch has his way. For Remi, there are too many bad things going on, and the last thing she needs is Finch getting in the middle and clogging her mind, so she will fight and run as best as she can. But will Finch let her, or will he do whatever he can to make sure that she knows she belongs with him now?
This read had so many things going on, that it almost seemed like a bit too much. Giving us all the feels though; crying, shock, disgust, anger... it was all there. With some really good sexy time scenes, this was anything but boring. I give this 5 stars.
Piper Davenport is the alter-ego of New York Times Bestselling Author, Tracey Jane Jackson. She writes from a place of passion and intrigue, combining elements of romance and suspense with strong modern-day heroes and heroines.
She currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two kids.