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Road to Nowhere: Book One Kindle Edition
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Lust, laughter, love, pain, sorrow, tragedy, and ANGST! Right from the very beginning those "feels" were forced upon me. I was fanning myself one minute and grabbing my Kleenex the next, and I wasn't even 15% in. YEAH, readers get ready....
Things, I love... everything that CREED says, ending his sentences with, "yeah". Was this a nod, to Marshall being Canadian? Whether, it was or not, I loved that characteristic about Creed. It was almost endearing. I absolutely love that Lucas is getting his just desserts with Mia, because that little girl is too hot to handle...LOL. She reminded me a lot of Lily (Forbid Me). Her patches cracked me up. She saw right through Creed and nailed him to a tee, with those patches. I could go on and on, but I don't want to run the risk of spoiling a single moment of it.
So, I need the need the next book like I need my next breath. Because, that jaw dropping ending, left me both anxious, and a little frustrated, to be honest. I want to know what becomes of these character that I've come to love so much. Until then, it's all about the reread for me. 5 STARS ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Creed has never had an easy life. Growing up the Prez of an MC his life was laid out for him. Expectations were high for how he would live his life and who he would live it for. Mia's life, like Creed's, was also filled with expectations. Always expected to be the good girl that never had interests other than surfing, family and school. Always kept in a protective bubble of expectations also set by her father.
Even though they were ages apart from each other, there was always a bond between them. She was the only one who he felt comfortable letting his guard down for. Showing her the Creed he wanted to be not the one he portrays when he is with the MC. This story is so well written and the characters so likable allowing you to be taken to another place. It's the best form of escapism. Loved this book and can't wait to get more.
So, anyway, Road to Nowhere. Creed is older. We're talking 9ish years older. Which is cool and all, except Mia is young. Like, the first time he sees her I think she's only 9 years old. She's a spitfire. She's the little sister to his friend. She's totally off-limits because....eeew.
We watch these two grow. We watch a little girl develop a crush on her brother's friend. We watch her wait and wait and wait for this man. Even when she didn't realize she was waiting, she was. Even when he was off fighting a war, she was waiting.
The real conflict comes when she's almost sixteen. Itching to drop the pesky V-card, she finds a random guy for a quick hook up.
But really, are they ever random? Are they ever "just a hook up"? Trouble is brewing and Creed is going to be very unhappy when he returns.
I'm torn. There were parts of this book I enjoyed, but it wasn't my number one. It's not my go-to M. Robinson book. I'm going to finish up Ends Here because I can't NOT know how this plays out.
I'm pretty sure I'm #TeamNoah and I hope that doesn't bite me in the #ass in book two.
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal."
Mia first encounters Creed when she is only nine and he is eighteen. Creed is her older brother's friend.Her young heart is impressed and touched by the rough, tough, hot looking teenager. But things happen fast when she is fifteen and persue Creed to see her as a grown up. Not happening. Creed's decision not to act on his feelings for her, sets Mia on a quest to find another boy. It just happen to be the wrong one - Creed's younger brother.
I won't give away more. I am biting my nails because their story is not over in this book and there is another one coming.
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