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It's a quick read, with plenty of sexy moments. Enough character development to get you engaged but also let you fill in the blanks too.
I liked it a lot and can't wait to see what else she has for us in the future!
“Maybe it isn’t exile.
Maybe it’s an execution.”
Off in the distance Evan spots something moving on the horizon but what he sees isn’t a threat sent to find him, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t dangerous.
Lia wasn’t just aimlessly wandering in the sweltering heat of the desert, something that Evan picks up on immediately, reading her completely. But without a phone and night approaching she has no other choice but to stay the night.
But there is something about her, lying next to him on his twin mattress and the way she’s looking at him. Evan makes his move, voicing the desires that she can’t seem to admit out loud, while letting her control the situation (as much as one bad-a**-alpha-male can). But this situation is temporary. She was abandoned in the desert just needing a way to get home and he, well he’s been forced to hide until he gets the message that it’s safe to return home.
I have no idea why I stalled when it came to reading this. I remember the feeling I had after finishing Surviving Raine and thinking something similar, but yet, here I am nearly a year after this book hit my radar and am just now starting this series.
Shay Savage has such a beautiful talent of telling a story. She masterfully tackles the male point of view and never allows his voice to be anything but masculine. Often times an author can water down the male voice to make him seem far more emotional than we expect some men to be, Shay Savage is not one of those authors.
This was a fantastic intro to what I am certain is going to be a series full of twist & turns. I have read a few reviews for the next book in the series and am equal parts excited and scared to begin that particular journey. In just a few pages I was captured by both Evan and Lia and I have a feeling it won’t be an easy ride from this point forward.
For those who like me, have allowed countless of other books pile up in their to-be-read lists, including this one – do yourself a favor and start this one immediately. The writing is done wonderfully and there is just a hint of some grit that is to come with the rest of this series.
I read this story this morning about Evan Arden, former military sniper and current mob hit man, whose misdeed gets him banished to the middle of nowhere in the Arizona desert with his dog Odin. While waiting for the okay to return to Chicago, a young woman Lia, Antonio appears out of nowhere under suspicious circumstances and what transpires between the two of them over the next 24 hours is hotter than the sizzling desert. I wasn't sure going in how Ms. Savage was going to get me interested in a story about a hit man, but I should not have worried. The story is told from Evan's point of view and his thought processes are fascinating.
Sometimes when I start a new book, even one that I end up loving, I have trouble in the first chapter or two getting into the characters and the story, so much so that I often have to reread those chapters. I had no such problem with this book; in fact I was captivated within the first few pages. This author has an incredible way with words and imagery, cleverly drawing the reader into her web of intrigue. I was left desperately needing to know what happens next.
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I had no time to understand or connect to either charachters, the story had very little time to develop.Read more