- File Size: 834 KB
- Print Length: 345 pages
- Publisher: D.A.B. Publishing; First Edition edition (January 2, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 2, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HS3XDDS
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #929,418 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wow Just wow. What a wonderfully powerful story of friendship, love, greed, power, deception, heartache and pain. This read had it all, and I mean it all. I received this as an ARC to read and give an unbiased and honest review.
We first met Dillon in Reckless Book #2 of Finding Ava series. A super obnoxious egotistical hottie. All a façade’ but you don’t realize it then. This book delves into Dillon’s life and is his story. Called back from New York and his very bachelor life to come to Thomasville to help his Dad with the family business that is literally on the verge of collapse and trying to be bought to be replaced by condo’s and shops, Dillon runs into his old best friend and love of his life while at the airport. Little did he know his father also called Dani. Dani offered to help Dillon’s dad Matt get their business back operational, you see it was her father and fiancé’ trying to buy it out from under him.
As the story progresses you are told some very critical information about why Dani left and broke Dillon’s heart. Actual when this fact is revealed you will cry I guarantee it. The reader is lead to believe that Doug Portman, Dani’s dad and Thomas Monroe her finance’ are really evil evil people. Honestly I hated them both. Everything happening was pointing directly to them. You are also introduced to other pretty questionable characters. And Sean and Ava make a few appearances which was a treat.
It seems someone’s out to get that factory shut down, murder and mayhem are bringing very bad PR to the failing factory. About 3 quarters through the book Dani is brutally attacked and left for dead. In my heart of hearts I really suspected her finance’ who seemed to bully and strong arm Dani when she disagreed with him. Now I know where the title came from. Due to her injuries and temporary loss of memory Dani was badly beaten and could not walk. But the doctors were saying this was only temporary. When her father came and got her from the hospital he said some rather cruel things to her to get her to go home with them and to keep Dillon away. I just have to say this Dillon was persistent and camped under her window for days since he was not allowed to speak with her. He wasn’t going to lose her again. I realize Dani was badly hurt and broken but she was so mean to Dillon it just hurt to read as it played out. But in the end yeah in the end you will melt. When I got to the Epilogue (It’s a letter to Dani) my heart totally stopped totally and my breath caught. All I can say is Jennifer Loren you are so bad putting your readers through that. LOL I honestly loved this story and I give The Long Road 5*. Oh and my favorite quote was from Dillon, "Our relationship has always been up to you - I Love You the much." I can’t wait to see what she’ll come up with next.
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