Safe at Last
The final book in the beloved #1 bestselling author’s Slow Burn trilogy—a mesmerizing tale of romantic suspense in which a spirited young woman finds herself in trouble . . . and a hero must risk everything to save herTori Devereaux survived hell once and she never wants to go back. It’s bad... show more
The final book in the beloved #1 bestselling author’s Slow Burn trilogy—a mesmerizing tale of romantic suspense in which a spirited young woman finds herself in trouble . . . and a hero must risk everything to save herTori Devereaux survived hell once and she never wants to go back. It’s bad enough she has to relive the trauma in her dreams but when the terrifying visions become her waking reality and begin to predict the future with startling accuracy, she knows that it’s only a matter of time before her fears are realized…and she’s taken back to the hell she once knew.In his time at Devereaux Security, Dane Elliot has protected a lot of people, but none of them has been quite like Tori. The fragile younger sister of the company’s wealthy and powerful founder ignites Dane’s protective side like none other, and Dane knows he’ll do whatever he can to defend her. So when the haunting fear returns to her eyes, Dane knows something is wrong. And when he discovers the truth-that her prophetic dreams of darkness might claim her once more-he vows that this is one vision of the future that won’t come true.
Publish date: June 23rd 2015
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Slow Burn (#3)
Man, this was so disappointing and maybe one of the worst books I have read (or listened) to so far. While I am not a huge fan of Maya Banks I did really enjoy the first two in this series and loved the supernatural element added in the story. That aspect felt completely missing. A devastating act...
I love a second chance story, but Zack and Gracie's story broke my heart. The reason for their separation twelve years ago is unknown to Zack, but it has made Gracie afraid of him. Unfortunately this tragic event is kept a secret for a large part of the book and it makes the story a bit repetitive. ...
Note: I received an eARC copy of this title in exchange for my honest review. I was not paid to write this. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Safe at Last by Maya Banks was good but unfortunately not my favorite. I definitely enjoyed Keep Me Safe and In His Keeping more. It all stems down to m...