Sunday, July 6, 2014
The Fixer Series by Alyson Raynes
The Fixer Series all in one box set. This book is intended for adults 18 years and older. Strong language and sexual content.
Brooke has spent the past eleven years living with a man she thought would be her forever.
One afternoon of unanswered phone calls reveals he isn’t the man she thought he was.
Just when things couldn’t get any worse, she’s forced to call upon a stranger for help.
Can Dylan save Brooke from her broken past or does he have secrets of his own that will destroy them before they even get started?
A cold front was moving in and a slight chill moved through me. Knowing how he felt about me, I knew he would do anything to keep me safe. Committing murder wasn’t beneath him and it was dangerous for me to think that he could be involved in Amber’s death.
I was trapped in a dark place, scared with nothing to eat; barely breathing. I missed the man I could no long remember but knew existed long ago. The promise of rescue keeps me from losing what's left of my mind.
I loved him, believing he loved me too but time had passed, my memories scattered, almost non-existent. I longed for a closeness, to be with him; then realized I don't even know who he is.
Dylan Prescott is a man who knows what he wants and will stop at nothing to keep the woman he loves safe. Living a privileged life has afforded the Prescott family many luxuries--until one of the family's deepest, darkest secrets is revealed.
Alone and fighting for his life in a Russian hospital, Dylan realizes he is in way over his head. Unsure of how to sever his ties with those who are most corrupt, he begins plotting a new way to help people and finally become the man he knew he was always destined to be.
Brooke Prescott has been missing for nine months. Unsure of who--or where-- she is, she must fight to remember and find her way back to those who love her the most.
Will Brooke remember Dylan, or have recent events changed her so much that she will walk away and never look back? Or can Dylan be strong enough for the both of them? Can he learn to be the driving force to their redemption?
"They say if you get a second chance in life, you should take it. Sometimes that is easier said than done, especially when you’re the one that has caused all the pain."