New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Carrie Ann Ryan continues her sexy new contemporary stand-alone series with a broken heart and the shattered soul that can heal them both.
Macon Brady remembers every moment he lay on the ground, a bullet in his chest, his life bleeding out with each pulse. Yet his nightmares aren’t the only thing keeping him up at night.
Dakota Bristol left her ex with nothing but the clothes on her back and her child in her arms. She’s been hurt before and wants nothing to do with the shadows in Macon’s eyes. The problem? Her son loves him, and the more time she spends with the man, the more she’s afraid she’ll come to love him just as much.
Danger always comes back to haunt those who run. It was a lesson Dakota learned before. Now, it might be the man she refuses to fall for who makes the greatest sacrifice of all.
Fabulous instalment in this great series
Carrie Ann Ryan does not disappoint, this is the third in the Promise Me series, and each book is better than the last, which means I really cannot wait for the final book. This sorry was an ever full of romance, suspense, action and intrigue.
By now we know that the 4 friends who have made the pact to help each other find love through blind dates will end up with the Brady brother, but that doesn’t mean that the journey isn’t exciting getting there!
I highly recommend this book and this series!
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
Book 3 in the Promise Me series by Carrie Ann Ryan.
Macon is a Brady member and a veterinarian with his own shared practice. In previous book he was shot badly and is struggling with ptsd and the help with that he get in ring and fights. He’s secretly liked Dakota for a long time but she’s always had a don’t approach vibe until Dakota reaches out to him.
Dakota has been through a lot and has many secrets but when Macon makes his intentions to her she realises she needs him as much as he needs her.
I absolutely love Carrie Ann Ryan and personally can not get any better for romance but with really great characters, I love that her characters are very real with their on illnesses or issues like Nate’s migraines or Arden’s lupus illness. My only issue in book was when the narrator said Macon name and it came out more like bacon to me but other then that can’t get enough of this series.