Tuesday, December 30, 2014

ARC Book review: Too Far Gone (Hanover Brothers #4) by HelenKay Dimon

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eARC provided by publisher through Netgalley

The Hanover brothers inherited quite a legacy from their con-artist father, including a secret they never imagined…

FBI Agent Walker Reeves came to Sweetwater, Oregon looking to settle a vendetta. His career is in shambles after years spent tracking down the Hanover brothers. He hopes to tie them to the schemes of their father Charlie—the same man who ruined Walker’s life. Unfortunately, Walker’s desire for revenge blinds him to the one chance at happiness he’ll ever get…

Even knowing that her friends would worry, art store-owner Mallory Able took a risk sleeping with Walker. She succumbed to his craving for control in the bedroom, but when reality got too tough for Walker, he bolted and left her in ruins. Now he’s returned. If Walker wants her back, he’s going to have to do some smooth talking both in and out the bedroom. And this time Mallory is in charge…

The final book in the Hanover brother series wraps up with a surprise for Hanover brothers. A brother they didn't know they had. FBI Walker Reeves has spent so much time trying to pin the Hanover brothers with the crimes of their father. Now that certain things have come to light though and he realizes they are innocent he has to figure out what to do with 3 brothers who are going to make him belong whether he likes it or not. Then there is the woman he can't seem to keep away from.  Problem is he can't seem to do anything right when it comes to Mallory. He kind of ditched her and ran off when things got kind of crazy and now he's going to have to fight like crazy to get her to believe in him again. Poor Walker has no idea how to deal with regular people out of his work life. He has 3 brothers he hasn't ever wanted to claim pushing their way into his life and making him believe he might finally belong to a family. Then there is Mallory. She is everything to him but his poor choices and experience with women is making any chance he might have with her minimal. I enjoyed seeing the brothers interact, not to mention the women in their lives. Watching Walker trying to navigate himself around his new found family is funny and at times touching and heartbreaking. HelenKay Dimon really wraps up this series nicely. For me this was a one sitting read. I started and did not want to put it down before i knew it it was over. This of course means it's a great book. Can't wait to see what's next from this author.

Find out more about this series and HelenKay Dimon here. www.helenkaydimon.com

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