Review: LEAD ME HOME by A.L. Jackson

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Lead Me Home by A.L. Jackson
Series: Fight for Me, standalone book 3
Genre: contemporary, romantic suspense
Publisher: A.L. Jackson Books
Publication Date: May 7, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

Wow….what a way to end the Fight for Me Series! Just….WOW!!!

Lead Me Home is undoubtedly emotional, angsty, and suspenseful! This second chance love story is excruciatingly painful as well as beautifully inspiring, giving hope that soulmates truly do belong together.

Ollie and Nikki are without question two very unique characters. Having known each other for most of their lives, they’ve both experienced the same tragedy and despair, along with the aftermath of heartbreak and loss. Lead Me Home catapults you into their lives without restraint, eliciting raw feelings and fears that consume you until the very end.

This book finally answers all the questions we’ve had to what really did happen all those years ago, and not just to Ollie and Nikki, but to the entire cast of characters in the series; the unbelievable circumstances they all endured, and the real reason Ollie and Nikki’s relationship took just a drastic turn. The storyline weaves an intricate tale of sacrifice, passion, and acceptance that showcases the power of unconditional love, devotion, and ultimately redemption.

I’m sad that this is the final book in the series, but it couldn’t have ended on a better note! The extremely poignant storyline coupled with the tenacious characters makes this book an unforgettable love story that is sure to leave you with a newfound appreciation for diverse and compelling romances.

Simply incredible! 5 Stars!


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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.

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