Tammy Zautner

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  • I Love You to Death on Oct. 21, 2012

    BIG HUGE 6++ STARS Holy hell this book is fricken intense! Make sure you have a box of tissues next to you. I promise you will need it. I don't even know where to begin. I actually had to ask my friend the pressing question before I even got half way through the book because she had already finished it. I had to know if Luke was going to die, and while she didn't tell me whether he does or not she did tell me there was some angst in the book. To be honest this freaked me as I do not do well with books like this. I usually read the books where you know the outcome, you know that there will be a HEA at the end. This was Natalie's debut book and let me just tell you she wrote this book to perfection. You felt ever single buildup, every single moment of pain, every single moment of love. There was not a minute this book went by that you weren't looking for a tissue and tearing up. Wow, the characters, Ash just blew me a way for a female character. I absolutely adored her. I connected with her and stayed that way through the whole book, and Luke, well Luke was perfection all on his own. His patience, and the care he took in building his relationship with Ash. The trust he built with her at a slow movement. It felt right, it felt perfect when they finally came together. Nothing was rushed, each moment building up to the ending that will make your heart skip a beat.
  • I Love You to Death on Oct. 21, 2012

    BIG HUGE 6++ STARS Holy hell this book is fricken intense! Make sure you have a box of tissues next to you. I promise you will need it. I don't even know where to begin. I actually had to ask my friend the pressing question before I even got half way through the book because she had already finished it. I had to know if Luke was going to die, and while she didn't tell me whether he does or not she did tell me there was some angst in the book. To be honest this freaked me as I do not do well with books like this. I usually read the books where you know the outcome, you know that there will be a HEA at the end. This was Natalie's debut book and let me just tell you she wrote this book to perfection. You felt ever single buildup, every single moment of pain, every single moment of love. There was not a minute this book went by that you weren't looking for a tissue and tearing up. Wow, the characters, Ash just blew me a way for a female character. I absolutely adored her. I connected with her and stayed that way through the whole book, and Luke, well Luke was perfection all on his own. His patience, and the care he took in building his relationship with Ash. The trust he built with her at a slow movement. It felt right, it felt perfect when they finally came together. Nothing was rushed, each moment building up to the ending that will make your heart skip a beat.
  • Come Away With Me on Nov. 16, 2012

    I was wicked excited when Come Away with Me released as the buildup to the book was phenomenal. It was getting 4/5 star ratings all over the board. Friends on my Goodreads absolutely loved this debut novel. Therefore, I bought my copy as soon as I saw the link was up and available. How could I not, come on the cover is hot and the sample about the book draws you right in. Here comes the hard part. Yes, giving a not so good review is hard for me. Have you ever had that book that everyone loved, and for some reason you just are not getting into it. I have, and this book was one of those for me. I sat there the entire time wondering what in the hell I was missing. I just could not figure it out. I went back and read reviews, hoping to find the spark I was missing from this book. I wanted so much to enjoy this read as others did. I just could not connect with the story or the characters, well at least not until the last few chapters or so. The ending saved this story for me, it was here that I saw the potential this debut novel held for other readers. A major turn off for me in this book was the over use of the words “baby” and “beautiful” . I found it really hard to get past those words to focus on the story. In addition, I have a really hard time reading a book that centers around sex as the main part of the book. I love sex in my stories do not get me wrong, but I prefer more story and plot than sex scenes every other page. I tend to lose interest in them really fast , that much sex makes me skip pages. I know lots of woman love books like this and truly, this is not a reflection on the author it is just a personal preference. For me, less is more. Even with all the sex, I did not feel any chemistry for the characters. On too Luke, well I think this quote in the book describes him perfectly…… “I’ve fallen in love with a beautiful, sexy, sweet, jealous control freak.” Seriously, this guy had mood swings worse than a chick pmsing. One sec he is all happy go lucky, at a drop of a hat he is pissed over something, and then within seconds he was right back to lovey dovey. I cannot handle moods like that. It makes it very hard to like a character and makes my own moods fluctuated way too much. I prefer a more stable ride and I thrive on drama. He was very controlling, Natalie could not even do her job without his damn temper tantrums. I get not wanting her to be with a single male client, but dude it was her damn job. A job she was nervous to tell you about and it seemed she had every reason to be. Now do not get me wrong Luke also had a very sweet side, sometimes making him seem too good to be true. I liked Natalie, she seemed like she had a good head on her shoulders, and stood up for herself when need be along with protecting Luke at the same time. Although she was prone to some teenage dramatic outbursts. She also suffered enough tragedy in life that she valued certain aspects of it. One of the things I loved about her was the quotes about life she had tatted on her body in different languages. Something she only shared with those she loved. “ One Step at a Time.” Now to the part that snagged this book for me. The last few chapters were great. This is where I got my character chemistry. My friend actually told me to skip everything in the middle and skip to the end. Although I was not fond of ¾ of the book, I am glad I did not skip it. I think it made me appreciate this part even more. There was build up, there was drama, and then there was a yummy epilogue! “ No, I don’t want to start over because that would mean erasing everything we’ve had and honestly, aside from yesterday, the past few days have been really good.”
  • Color of Loneliness on Dec. 03, 2012

    When Madeline and I emailed back and forth about her book, I would say she nailed it right on the head…. “Dylan is definitely an alpha male. And trust me, you will want to murder the man on more than one occasion.” No joke, this man rubbed my nerves raw! BUT, what Madeline doesn’t say in that email and what I had to find out for myself was you grow to love Dylan real fast. I found that while he got on every last waking nerve with him being a complete ass all the time, he also has such a sweet protective side. It didn’t take him long to fall for Myra and become possessive. Dylan, boy oh boy was Dylan one big ole jerk with a tragic past and that is putting it nicely. He is not very fond of the female species and isn’t the least bit afraid to show his disdain for them. Dylan isn’t fooled he knows all they want him for is his body. Well who can blame them, I mean come on….hot damaged alpha contractor. Sounds like a man right up my alley. I would break things in my house too just to get him to come fix it. Dylan knows he is messed up, the entire book alludes to something major that happened in his past that has made him pull away from reality and life. “So he’s hot and angry?” Myra is our heroine, I can honestly say that up until close to the end of the book I did not connect real well with her. I liked her well enough but she didn’t really move me. Not the way Susie or Dylan did. I felt bad that she suffered so much loss, and that she had an ex who did her wrong and couldn’t take the word no. She seemed so depressed and withdrawn. But she grew on me, each encounter she had with Dylan helped her to open up and allowed me to connect with her. I loved that towards the end of the book our heroine was patient with our hero even though she had no real reason to be. Now, I was wicked jealous of Myra not only for her relationship with Dylan, but also for her best friend Susie! She was a fricken riot! She has the no filter between the brain and mouth syndrome. I never knew what the heck was going to come flying out of her mouth. She was fierce and she was loyal. I think that actually enjoyed her a bit more than our heroine. Maybe because she reminds me a lot of myself. “Because, Myra, I swear to God, I’ll cut that bitch and I mean it.” “Well not really because you know I’m a total chicken shit, but I’ll cut her with my words, by golly. I’ll slay that bitch verbally with my fiendish tongue.” I liked Dylan and Myra together. Their relationship was a slow build up. Cautious like, but when they finally reached that point it was hot. Myra is an open book. Dylan not so much. “I just, I wish I could tell you everything, But I can’t. I’m kind of fucked-up that way. But just know I’m single and….” “I’ll try to talk to you about all the shit that happened at some point, alright?” But it worked for them in this book for a bit. Well until Dylan’s past hits them both square in the face. Unfortunately his past is not entwines with Myra’s past in a sense so her first instinct is to run, and this is where Madeline got cruel. She left me hanging! I want to know what will happen between Dylan and Myra. I want to know what in the heck is in her house that makes it sound like someone is walking around, and knocking things over. I also want to see more of Susie. Madeline you have left me wanting book 2 like now..:)!! Thank you for sharing your story with me.
  • Rock & Roll (Vol. I of the Savannah Rossi Chronicles) on Jan. 31, 2013

    Overall Review based on the 3 volumes:4-4.5 out of 5 Stars Since this was a short series I decided to do the review with all 3 volumes combined together. "The Savannah Rossi Chronicles, a series of steamy short stories that will eventually lead to a full length novel. They are centered around Savannah Rossi, a gifted, sexy, confident, up-and-coming rocker and her musical and sexual adventures." I am reviewing this series a little bit differently. This is a short series of books, currently consisting of three volumes, no more than 14,000 words. Each story can be read as a stand-alone; Deliza does not leave you hanging. Although, I would suggest reading them in order as each volume offers you something different. They are short, they are intense, and they are steamy. "The short stories are more erotica than romance, the full length novel will have much more "story" and romance to it." What did I love most about this series? It is the fact that we are not dealing with a bad boy rocker this time around. Oh no, we have our very own bad girl rocker, and she kicked ass! I simply adored Savannah. Our girl knew exactly what it would take to satisfy her and she went after it. She is not apologetic for her healthy sex life. She makes no excuses for what she needs and wants. I totally loved that about her. To be free and not give a damn what others think. Sigh, it would be a perfect world to live in. Anyway, in Rock & Roll we meet Savvy. She is casing "the house" for the one to fulfill her needs before her show. The story is short and hot as hell! Steamy hot sex with a perfect stranger, no names exchanged - SCREAMS bad girl! Yum! No drama or emotional roller coasters, just straight up dirty sex! "What started as three days of intense sexual tension on top of worry turned into one of the hottest nights of her life as Logan became the willing receptical of all her emotional and physical turmoil." Slow Jam was a bit longer in length than the first and third of the series. I thought it was even better than the first! I loved that Deliza changed it up a bit and gave it more meaning. We experienced some emotional drama while still feeling the intense sexual chemistry between Sav and Logan. Damn those two were a sexual ball of tension for most of the book. Their heat just rolled off the pages. Logan, OMG, Logan. Give me a southern boy like that any day and I could die a happy happy girl. Even though Deliza knew Logan on a more personal level, there was no lack of bad girl/bad boy moments. Only difference was in book 1 Savvy controlled the encounter, this time it is Logan who commands her obedience. "She would usher in the holiday with her favorite pastime-a little bit of singing followed by a hot, steamy romp in the proverbial hay." What a way to open up with Little Drummer Boy. I think Savvy may just be one of my favorite book chicks, I may even have a little girl crush on her! I was a little sad to see we had moved on from Logan, but from talking to Deliza before reading this series, I already knew Savannah would be enjoying her life and sexual appetite to the fullest until she met the one she could not keep out of her mind and her heart. Then I met Jesse. Uh, yeah I am a bit jealous of our heroine right now. Let us just say public sex with strangers only a few feet away chit chatting...well yeah...moving on! Overall, I really enjoyed this series. Some of the words used to describe the scenes did not work for me but by no means made it distracting or any less erotic. Savvy and her band are wicked fun. I look forward to other additions by Deliza and getting to know Death by Red on a much more personal level. Not to mention finding out who steals Savvy's heart at the end of her journey. Until then I look forward to enjoying some emotional roller coasters filled in with hot dirty bad girl sex!
  • Little Drummer Boy (Vol. 3 of the Savannah Rossi Chronicles) on Jan. 31, 2013

    Overall Review based on the 3 volumes:4-4.5 out of 5 Stars Since this was a short series I decided to do the review with all 3 volumes combined together. "The Savannah Rossi Chronicles, a series of steamy short stories that will eventually lead to a full length novel. They are centered around Savannah Rossi, a gifted, sexy, confident, up-and-coming rocker and her musical and sexual adventures." I am reviewing this series a little bit differently. This is a short series of books, currently consisting of three volumes, no more than 14,000 words. Each story can be read as a stand-alone; Deliza does not leave you hanging. Although, I would suggest reading them in order as each volume offers you something different. They are short, they are intense, and they are steamy. "The short stories are more erotica than romance, the full length novel will have much more "story" and romance to it." What did I love most about this series? It is the fact that we are not dealing with a bad boy rocker this time around. Oh no, we have our very own bad girl rocker, and she kicked ass! I simply adored Savannah. Our girl knew exactly what it would take to satisfy her and she went after it. She is not apologetic for her healthy sex life. She makes no excuses for what she needs and wants. I totally loved that about her. To be free and not give a damn what others think. Sigh, it would be a perfect world to live in. Anyway, in Rock & Roll we meet Savvy. She is casing "the house" for the one to fulfill her needs before her show. The story is short and hot as hell! Steamy hot sex with a perfect stranger, no names exchanged - SCREAMS bad girl! Yum! No drama or emotional roller coasters, just straight up dirty sex! "What started as three days of intense sexual tension on top of worry turned into one of the hottest nights of her life as Logan became the willing receptical of all her emotional and physical turmoil." Slow Jam was a bit longer in length than the first and third of the series. I thought it was even better than the first! I loved that Deliza changed it up a bit and gave it more meaning. We experienced some emotional drama while still feeling the intense sexual chemistry between Sav and Logan. Damn those two were a sexual ball of tension for most of the book. Their heat just rolled off the pages. Logan, OMG, Logan. Give me a southern boy like that any day and I could die a happy happy girl. Even though Deliza knew Logan on a more personal level, there was no lack of bad girl/bad boy moments. Only difference was in book 1 Savvy controlled the encounter, this time it is Logan who commands her obedience. "She would usher in the holiday with her favorite pastime-a little bit of singing followed by a hot, steamy romp in the proverbial hay." What a way to open up with Little Drummer Boy. I think Savvy may just be one of my favorite book chicks, I may even have a little girl crush on her! I was a little sad to see we had moved on from Logan, but from talking to Deliza before reading this series, I already knew Savannah would be enjoying her life and sexual appetite to the fullest until she met the one she could not keep out of her mind and her heart. Then I met Jesse. Uh, yeah I am a bit jealous of our heroine right now. Let us just say public sex with strangers only a few feet away chit chatting...well yeah...moving on! Overall, I really enjoyed this series. Some of the words used to describe the scenes did not work for me but by no means made it distracting or any less erotic. Savvy and her band are wicked fun. I look forward to other additions by Deliza and getting to know Death by Red on a much more personal level. Not to mention finding out who steals Savvy's heart at the end of her journey. Until then I look forward to enjoying some emotional roller coasters filled in with hot dirty bad girl sex!
  • Slow Jam (Vol. 2 of the Savannah Rossi Chronicles) on Jan. 31, 2013

    Overall Review based on the 3 volumes:4-4.5 out of 5 Stars Since this was a short series I decided to do the review with all 3 volumes combined together. "The Savannah Rossi Chronicles, a series of steamy short stories that will eventually lead to a full length novel. They are centered around Savannah Rossi, a gifted, sexy, confident, up-and-coming rocker and her musical and sexual adventures." I am reviewing this series a little bit differently. This is a short series of books, currently consisting of three volumes, no more than 14,000 words. Each story can be read as a stand-alone; Deliza does not leave you hanging. Although, I would suggest reading them in order as each volume offers you something different. They are short, they are intense, and they are steamy. "The short stories are more erotica than romance, the full length novel will have much more "story" and romance to it." What did I love most about this series? It is the fact that we are not dealing with a bad boy rocker this time around. Oh no, we have our very own bad girl rocker, and she kicked ass! I simply adored Savannah. Our girl knew exactly what it would take to satisfy her and she went after it. She is not apologetic for her healthy sex life. She makes no excuses for what she needs and wants. I totally loved that about her. To be free and not give a damn what others think. Sigh, it would be a perfect world to live in. Anyway, in Rock & Roll we meet Savvy. She is casing "the house" for the one to fulfill her needs before her show. The story is short and hot as hell! Steamy hot sex with a perfect stranger, no names exchanged - SCREAMS bad girl! Yum! No drama or emotional roller coasters, just straight up dirty sex! "What started as three days of intense sexual tension on top of worry turned into one of the hottest nights of her life as Logan became the willing receptical of all her emotional and physical turmoil." Slow Jam was a bit longer in length than the first and third of the series. I thought it was even better than the first! I loved that Deliza changed it up a bit and gave it more meaning. We experienced some emotional drama while still feeling the intense sexual chemistry between Sav and Logan. Damn those two were a sexual ball of tension for most of the book. Their heat just rolled off the pages. Logan, OMG, Logan. Give me a southern boy like that any day and I could die a happy happy girl. Even though Deliza knew Logan on a more personal level, there was no lack of bad girl/bad boy moments. Only difference was in book 1 Savvy controlled the encounter, this time it is Logan who commands her obedience. "She would usher in the holiday with her favorite pastime-a little bit of singing followed by a hot, steamy romp in the proverbial hay." What a way to open up with Little Drummer Boy. I think Savvy may just be one of my favorite book chicks, I may even have a little girl crush on her! I was a little sad to see we had moved on from Logan, but from talking to Deliza before reading this series, I already knew Savannah would be enjoying her life and sexual appetite to the fullest until she met the one she could not keep out of her mind and her heart. Then I met Jesse. Uh, yeah I am a bit jealous of our heroine right now. Let us just say public sex with strangers only a few feet away chit chatting...well yeah...moving on! Overall, I really enjoyed this series. Some of the words used to describe the scenes did not work for me but by no means made it distracting or any less erotic. Savvy and her band are wicked fun. I look forward to other additions by Deliza and getting to know Death by Red on a much more personal level. Not to mention finding out who steals Savvy's heart at the end of her journey. Until then I look forward to enjoying some emotional roller coasters filled in with hot dirty bad girl sex!
  • Beyond Shame (Beyond, Book One) on Feb. 01, 2013

    "Fortification was a sin, a law, a meaningless concept in a place without either." I have to say this book was HOT and it was very very DIRTY (in a fantastic freaking way) right from the beginning. The authors gave us a little D/s, menages, hot tattoo scene, voyeurism, F/F, sex parties, and a few other erotic scenes. The only other dystopian book I have read has been The Hunger Games, which was all right, so I was a little nervous about if I would enjoy an erotic read in this type of setting. In addition, this is my first book by team Kit Rocha, and these ladies brought it. I will be seeking out each one of this kick ass series! Before I review the book, I must tell you that I will never ever look at getting a tattoo in the same light again. Holy sh*t, that was beyond hot. It was so freaking dirty. I am giving this book 5 stars for that scene alone, not that the rest of the book doesn't hold up to the 5 star rating cause it does, but this will be a scene I will return to many times. Jasper and Ace, swoon! I want to be the girl strapped down to their tat parlor chair receiving whatever attention they deem worthy of giving me because I made it through the pain like a big girl! "Submissive. Inclined to submit. To obey, to yield. To give control and authority over herself to another." When I read the synopsis for this book I thought it would be your typical D/s read. I was pleasantly surprised to find out it was not. It was more about the control that the women have in this lifestyle, this gang, Noelle's new way of life. It is about waking up and living, about taking what you want and feeling safe enough to be in control of your own personal being; saying no if you so choose to. The men of sector 4 were hot, they were alpha, but they were also so sweet. Under their tough guy exterior they treasured their women and they encouraged them to take control and voice their needs. I loved that in this rough world, this life of a gang member you saw honesty, love, adoration, friendship, loyalty, and intense physical and emotional chemistry. "I thought you were supposed to be scary, but you're sweet." "I'm both, darling." Noelle was clueless from being sheltered all her life in the rich sector, but this worked for her character. After being banished for life from her family and sector due to drinking and fornication she ends up stumbling upon Jas in sector 4 where she finds her true self. Life with the O'Kane gang is everything but boring. Noelle is subjected to eye opening experiences that make her feel shamed and dirty, the thing with that is she enjoys every single pleasure to the fullest. Jasper and Lex were her life lines. They both helped her grow in her self esteem, her relationships, and with the comfort of who she was becoming. "Bound, helpless. Open to him." Jasper was so damn HOT! I fell in love with this tatted bad boy cage fighter from his very first line. He didn't always think with his big head, but he tried to do the right things for Noelle. He was a giant softie when it came to his girl. He wanted Noelle to feel real things for him and their time together, not the shamed feelings she experienced from some of their dirty play. This bad boy fell fast and hard. Jasper was her hero; he gave her the means to live. He tried to open Noelle up to who she really was and get her to realize that her desires were not shameful, they were perfectly natural. "When I mark you--" "I want more than your throat. I want the ink all the way across your shoulders." I really adored Jasper and Noelle. The characters were very well developed and fit perfectly with each other. I also loved the O'Kane gang. They were secondary characters who played just as much of a role as the main characters did, especially Dallas and Lex. As I stated earlier this book was hot, and it was intense chemistry. Sometimes I felt the chemistry more between Lex and Noelle then I did Noelle and Jasper, but none the less it was there leaving you wanting more. I really look forward to the next book in this series. I could use a little more Lexi and bad ass Dallas, who by the way is just as tenderhearted as Jasper. I can't wait to see how much dirtier this group gets. Dallas isn't all about the sharing anymore, so I wonder if he will make Lexi choose between him and Noelle, since she spends just as much time in Jasper & Noelle's bed as she does his. I was provided with this book from the publisher for free via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review, thank you!
  • Hound Dog (Vol. 4 of the Savannah Rossi Chronicles) on March 10, 2013

    "There sat Jax Taylor, Savannah's first love and the closet thing to a Greek God she had personally ever seen." Um, Deliza, you rocked my world with Savvy and Jax! I want more pretty please with lots of cherries on top?! This was by far my favorite volume. I loved that you focused more on the story this time around. Their story was definitely not all happily ever after, but it worked perfectly! Savannah and Jax were raw and emotionally intense. Their chemistry was captivating and off the charts in the little bit we got to see of them. Their hatred and attraction just flowed off the page. I found myself getting a little teary eyed at certain parts. My heart just broke for Sav, but our girl didn't stay down long. She bounced right back and gave as good as she got in all senses. Savannah is all about getting her some and she makes no apologies for her lustful ways. In the previous volumes we see a more cheerful Savvy, and they focused more on the sexual experiences. In Hound Dog, Savvy seems more broken and lost from her past with Jax. I loved the roller coaster of intense emotions. He was her first true love and he betrayed her in the worst way. There is such intense anger from both sides that combust each time they step in the same room together. Jax was wicked hot and all alpha male. He had one hell of a volatile temper and he was a dirty dirty man. There was some jaw dropping moments when all I could think was oh no he didn't, or oh no she just did not do that! D, just wanted to mention you nailed that very HOT intense filled sex scene from them in the living room. My only compliant...ended to soon. I needed more Jax and Savvy. He needs a full length book for his dirty little mouth! I will say it again D, I NEED MORE SAVANNAH AND JAX!!! I don't care how many men our girl goes through but her HEA needs to be with her first true love. I have never felt the same explosive connection with any of the other men she has been with as I did with our Greek God.
  • Color of Forgiveness on March 23, 2013

    4.5-5 out of 5 Stars Let me just say, I worried about Dylan and how he left things in the last book with Myra. I did not know if he could redeem his self in my eyes or Myra's. Therefore, when Madeleine asked me if I was ready for book 2 I was wicked excited and very very nervous. I figured Dylan could only go up from here right? Well...Dylan blew my mind with his story. He had so much more to tell, although I will not be sharing all of it in my review since there are some twists and turns. I don’t want to ruin those for you. Color of Forgiveness starts exactly where Color of Loneliness left off, right outside Dylan’s house. From this point on make sure you have some tissues and something to throw because you will want and need both. Their story is not an easy one and you’ll find out why Dylan demonstrates the behavior he does. After you read about what had broken him, your heart will melt for our lost and damaged contractor, and you will find yourself forgiving him. Madeleine told me she was going to redeem Dylan, she definitely did that, and I can't even be upset over his treatment of Myra. He was such an a** (although not as much as he was in the first), but as Susie says, he is a sweet a**. In my opinion with this book, he was so venerable and protective even when he couldn’t be with Myra. As a reader, I got a peek under the surface to a “different” Dylan. Their relationship in this book resembles a carnival ride. Someone is always running. Your emotions are whipped all over the place. The ride was worth it though. I was satisfied at the end when I had to get off. “But I just need you to know that I’m all in with you. I’m giving you all of myself. I know I can be a real a**hole, and I guarantee you that I’m going to **** things up along the way. Possibly in the next five minutes…and I know I’ll probably drive you up the ******* wall.” “You’re putting all my broken shit back together again.” I will say it again, just as I did in my first review, I WANT Susie as my BFF!! She is so freaking hilarious, and she definitely keeps you entertained throughout the book. You never ever know what will leave her mouth. She has a very bad case of “open mouth insert foot.” Kindred hearts we are. She is a PERFECT addition to Myra. “You’re killing me, Myra. You know I act all mean and tough on the outside with my expert verbal Kung Fu skills and all, but inside I’m really just squishy and filled with marshmallows and yellow peeps and creamy nougat.” I totally loved this book more than the first, which is saying a lot because I am a huge fan of Dylan and his jacka** attitude in Color of Loneliness. Wicked glad he got the perfect ending! I don’t think Madeleine could of wrote it any better, she gave Dylan exactly what he needed to mend his broken mind and heart. I hope that we get to see Myra and Dylan again in future books with updates, but I think their story ended exactly how it should. Thank you to Madeleine Beckett for allowing me the awesome opportunity to follow Dylan and Myra’s journey. I received a copy of the ARC for my honest opinion.