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- Print Length: 280 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01L0P73SK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #514 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Road to Nowhere: Book One Kindle Edition
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Mia is the child of Good Ol' Boy, Lucas and his half pint, Alex. She is sheltered all of her life, but that has not suffocated her spirit, in the slightest. Her tenacity when she wants something, is not hindered by the fact that she is often told she cannot do it, or that she is a girl and that is not the appropriate way to behave. In spite of the way she was protected and stopped from experiencing a lot of what kids her age were experiencing, her strength of character, and her amazing personality would get her through almost any difficult situation. She sets her heart on Creed from the very first moment she sees him. She does not even consider the age difference, or the fact that their upbringings could not be more different., That did not deter her. I just fell in love with her great outlook on life, her belief in herself, her never give up attitude, and her courage to stand up and go after what she desires most. Her honesty was so compelling to read. It was so refreshing to get to know her and travel the journey she took int adulthood. She was as real as any character could get, and not many authors can pull off such a real portrayal of the perfect heroine. Her imperfections is what made her so endearing to me. Her father needed to be throat pouched at times, though.
Now Creed. He is the stereotypical biker. He had the weight of the world on his young shoulders, and not many people would come through to adulthood without the scars he carries. He tries everything g in his power to dissuade Mia. At first, she is the breath of fresh air his black hearted soul needs. She is the light in his dark and dangerous world. But he does not have stars in his eyes, and grows more bitter and closed off, the older he gets. He is another of M's characters that don't believe they have the right to happiness, so they are on a path of just not caring if they live to see another day. He cares about those he loves with a relentless loyalty. He just does not see a life filled with joy, laughter with a family of his own in his future. He is resigned to spending his life alone.
I felt like I was holding my breath waiting for Mia and Creed's story. My wait is over, and it was more that worth it. I felt so many different emotions while reading Road to Nowhere. I laughed hysterically, I cried uncontrollably, I worried incessantly, I wondered excessively. I was so drawn to these characters and their story, I did not want it to end. I could not bear to say goodbye. I came to the end too quickly, only to hit a brick wall. The ending was so unexpected, I felt it like a physical blow. The cliffhanger of all cliffhangers. M Robinson is the Queen of angst, the Queen of mystery, the Queen of heartbreak and the Queen of captivation. Road to Nowhere has it all. Mia and Creed and Co will make you laugh and cry and want to get violent. It will also crave each and every word, leaving you drunk on everything about this story and its content.
Road to nowhere will leave with an unforgettable book hangover, but there experience will be mind blowing and something you cannot miss. I recommend this book and give it the five stars I am able, but know this, if I could, I would give the world of stars to Road to Nowhere. M. Robinson is an incredible talent that will leave you speechless, breathless and asking yourself what just happened.
You will forever remember the amazing experience that is reading a novel by this author.
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 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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."