Review: Ends Here by M. Robinson

Ashes to ashes.
Dust to dust.
And all that fucking shit.
I had killed.
I had sacrificed.
The innocent and the corrupt. I knew blood and I knew violence.
Never imagining I could know love too.
Mia Ryder was a woman to love. To cherish. To fucking claim. Now, forever, and
every day in between.
If there was anyone I’d go to Hell and back for, it was her.
Even if it meant, going to war with…
My fucking brother.

Ends Here is an explosion, that's an apt word to describe it. I've always been a big fan of M. Robinson and have since added her to my one click authors. Her writing style is simply enthralling with plot twists that leave you with your mouth hanging wide open.
Ends Here is the continuation of Mia and Creed's story. We first are introduced to them as main characters in
Road to Nowhere. (Please, read Road to Nowhere first before diving into this one)
Creed Jameson met Mia Ryder when she was only 9 years old. He is a bad-ass MC VP, tough-as-nails with a no-mess attitude and here's this 9 year old girl in pig tails trying to break through his armor. Two individuals from opposite walks of life being drawn together by something they can't explain nor ignore.
Though their age gap is huge, their connection is undeniable and just strengthens as years go by, despite time and distance.
Ends Here is full of angst. Twists and turns will keep your head spinning while the emotions will keep you reeling. Add Noah Jameson to the mix and you have a triangle in the heart of it all.
M. Robinson will take you through a roller coaster of emotions that will rip your heart out and make you question things, make you feel everything and make you hope as you battle a heartache so strong, you won't believe it's coming from the pages of a book. I love it when authors get you to enter their world and she does this marvelously.
Their story is painful, it's heartbreaking and full of angst, it's shocking and eventful and you will love every single part of it.

If you think you know Creed and Mia' s story, well, let me tell you, you are way off. The ending you think you see coming isn't the one you will witness, the hunches you feel will be the furthest thing you experience; nothing is as it seems when the Road to Nowhere Ends Here.


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