{Review} Too Far Gone by HelenKay Dimon

{Review} Too Far Gone by HelenKay DimonToo Far Gone by HelenKay Dimon
Also by this author: No Turning Back, A Simple Twist of Fate, Long Way Home, Under the Wire
Series: Hanover Brothers #4
Also in this series: No Turning Back, A Simple Twist of Fate, Long Way Home
Published by InterMix on December 2nd 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, One Night to More, Opposites Attract, Player Falls in Love, Second Chance Romance
Character(s): Detectives
Pages: 249
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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…

Color me surprised, because I thought the Hanover Brothers series was done with Long Way Home. Since this is one of my favorite series, I was excited to read Walker’s story. It totally made sense that Dimon continued the story, but I didn’t love Walker as much as Declan, Beck, and Callen. My favorite part of the book was seeing them again. The rest of this story was just okay.

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Overall: 3

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