Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Lead Me Home by A.L. Jackson

Isa Jones

Lead Me Home (Fight for Me, #3)Lead Me Home by A.L. Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lead Me Home is the type of book that leaves you with a sense of completeness. What else do you need from a book than having a perfect storyline, beautiful characters, a suspenseful score, throw in some heartache and plenty of steamy moments. Only A.L. Jackson knows how to break your heart whilst reading and then fix you in the best possible way.

Ollie and Nikki are childhood friends, really more than that, they are soulmates but after a horrendous tragedy rips them from someone close to both the event changes them and their future in the worst of ways. Ollie is a changed man after that and his hart is built around a massive cage who prevents him to go for what he wants, and who he wants is Nikki. When she is suddenly the victim of threats and attack to her property, Ollie is quick to go into protective mode, you can almost see him hitting his chest and screaming bloody murder. Nikki is a beautiful heroine, I cried with and for her through so many of the chapters and if anyone deserved her happily ever after was her, only a person of her temple had the power to bring Ollie back from the darkness and the brink of despair.

At times it was so hard to read and see how certain circumstances kept preventing them from going for what they wanted. Amy wrote so many beautiful and very powerful dialogues between the leads making this story emotional to the core.

I have enjoyed reading all the books in the series and I am delighted to finally have read Ollie's. Another hit for the books and another unforgettable story.

5. STARS. Isa for Joandisalovebooks.

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