Review: Lead Me Home by A.L. Jackson (Fight for Me #3)

 

Lead Me Home by A.L. Jackson is available now!!

Read my thoughts on this emotional
and suspenseful read!

 

 

Fourteen years ago, my life changed forever.

My sister disappeared. That day I was selfish. That day I chose myself over her. And that day, I lost everything.

Including Nikki Walters.

She’s the girl I’ve loved my whole life. She’s gorgeous. Caring. Every single thing I’ve ever wanted but denied myself. She was my sister’s best friend, and I destroyed any chance of keeping her.

When her safety is threatened, I have a second chance to do the right thing. But as soon as she moves in, I want her in all the wrong ways.

All it takes is a brush of her hand, and I’m losing all control.

The fire between us is only burning hotter.

But neither of us saw what was coming.

And it just might be Nikki Walters who destroys me in the end.

The highly anticipated sexy, suspenseful stand-alone second-chance romance from NYT Bestselling Author, A.L. Jackson.

 

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I think my heart is still sobbing its eyes out from the emotional and heart wrenching journey this book put us through. LEAD ME HOME is a second chance romance mixed with some friends-to-lovers romance. It is passionate, a little devastating, very intense, gripping and a bit mysterious. 

I loved this story. In a nutshell it is a story about a broken/hurting man (Ollie) whose sister disappeared fourteen years ago and the woman (Nikki) he’s been in love with since forever. She also happens to be his sister’s and his childhood best friend. Doesn’t it sound like a super intense and suspenseful journey?! It totally does and it is. It is also told from Ollie and Nikki’s point of view which makes it impossible to put down because you get to meet these two great characters and everything they’ve gone and are going through.

The only thing that held me back for giving this five out of five stars was Ollie. I unfortunately wasn’t a fan of his overprotective, alpha male, want-to-control-everything-and-kick-everyone’s-butt persona. I also didn’t love that he pushed Nikki away only to drag her back into his arms a second later. I understood why he acted that way but gosh, I really didn’t like it!

You should go check out not only this book but the previous books in the Fight for Me series because I bet they’re as great as this one and you don’t want to miss out like I did. Now I’m off to read the previous two books because I cannot get enough of A.L. Jackson’s writing. So dang good y’all!!

 

Massive thanks to A.L. Jackson for sending me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

 

4 / 5 flowers

 

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