*Book #4 in the Slater Brothers series.*
Branna Murphy is broken. For months now she has been a part of a one-sided relationship to a man she loves more than life itself. She prayed for a miracle, and hoped something would change, but found that was wishful thinking.
Talking didn’t work. Shouting didn’t work. Crying didn’t work. Nothing bloody worked.
Ryder Slater is furious. For months now he has been lying to a woman he would take a bullet for in order to protect her. He is involved in something that goes deeper than his old past, and if he strays off target, people will start to die. People he loves.
He couldn’t talk. He couldn’t slip up. He couldn’t lose focus. He couldn’t do a damn thing.
Things between Ryder and Branna are at rock bottom, and Ryder knows it. Not only will he be taking on a force that could destroy his whole family, but he will be battling tooth and nail to save his relationship and keep the love of his life by his side.
Ryder targeted Branna from the first moment he saw her, and what Ryder targets, Ryder dominates.
I have been waiting forever for this book and the wait was well worth it! Once I started this book I couldn't put it down. I love love LOVE this series and it just keeps getting better and better. This book is a MUST read , you won't be disappointed! If your haven already read the other books you should do that ASAP because you are depriving yourself of some good books! After reading this book I couldn't tell you who my favorite is because even though Ryder and Branna went through things he still loves her something fierce and she does too! This book is filled with a lot of love and I LOVE IT!
Fantastic read, as always. Loved, loved, loved it! It was an emotional ride and an intense read. Ryder & Branna have gone through a lot and I'm glad they got a story of their own. The flashbacks on how they met and how their love progress were just fantastic. Can't wait for what's to come. 💋
I have been reading this seriers for awhile now, and I owe it to finish all the book, but they have progressivly gotten alittle dumb. I feel like some scenes were rushed and not thought through. It's does not have many realistic elements. Still, Dominic is one of my favorite books.