Ashes to ashes.
Dust to dust.
And all that fucking shit.
I had killed.
I had sacrificed.
The innocent and the corrupt.
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 meant, going to war with… My fucking brother.
“I thought I’d lost you. Ain’t never been so scared in all my life. I know I’m all wrong for you, I know you deserve better. I know there are a million reasons why we shouldn’t be together, but it don’t matter anymore. You’re fuckin’ mine.”
Road to Nowhere left us all wondering, and arguing, about what was going to happen in the lives of Mia, Creed, and Noah. Everyone seemed to be taking sides, wondering which brother was going to be the one to earn the spot at Mia’s side. Both brothers love her, but which brother truly deserved her love?
Ends Here has SO MUCH going on. It’s been difficult for me to write a review, because I have to be careful not to give away anything. If you go into this story with spoilers, it’s not going to have the same effect when you’re reading. Each chapter reveals more and more about the characters, and you’ll truly get to see what’s happening behind just the events of the story.
For me, it was good, but not great. There seemed to be a LOT going on. While I know that much of the goings ons were necessary, it was just too much for me at times. I’m also, personally, a fan of love triangles. As you read this, you’re probably asking yourself, “Well why the heck did you even read the book then?” I read Ends Here because I had to know what happened to Noah, Creed, & Mia. Although this wasn’t my favorite book from M., it was a good story and I needed to see it through.
If you loved Road to Nowhere, Ends Here will be just as awesome for you. I feel like it was a good ending for the story. Ends Here kept me guessing, yanked out my heart & broke it, and then gradually attempted to put it back together. Although, I don’t think my heart will ever be the same. This book really put me through the ringer, as M. is famous for doing. You definitely need to have read Road to Nowhere BEFORE you begin this one.