Review of The Road by Brenda K. Davies

March 16, 2019

The Road by Brenda K. Davies
Release: January 3, 2017
Genre: Paranormal Romance - demons
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat: Descriptive
Type: Book 3 of The Road to Hell series
Length: 384 pages
Format: ebook purchased from Amazon
Good Intentions - ★★★★☆

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Standing at the edge of the gateway, I understand two things. One, I have no idea what I’m doing. Two, the gateway to Hell is not closing. Now, there may be only one option left to me, to all of us. I may have to enter the one place I’d hoped to avoid throughout this journey. I may have to enter Hell.
Unfortunately, a change in events takes the choice away from me.

I always knew the idea of River entering into Hell could become a reality, but I expected her to be by my side when, or if, it happened. I expected to be there to protect her, but she’s gone in alone. Now, not only am I trying to catch up with her, but I know Lucifer will soon learn of her entrance into my world, and he will be after her too.
I just don’t know which one of us will reach her first.

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My Review


Did I know how much I would fall in love with this series when I happened to one-click the first book, Good Intentions? Nope. But fall in love I did. I couldn't help but helplessly fall for the plot, the world building, the main characters, all of the side characters, even the ones I'm supposed to hate, and everything in between. Kobal and River brought the fight for Hell alive for me and I could virtually smell the fire and brimstone and see the sparks from her fingers and the fire encompassing his. Alone they could definitely fight to the bitter end, but together I can't help but feel they'll actually win.

"We are each trying to find our own way in the world. Some have no idea who or what they are yet, but you will find out soon enough."

While this story had plenty of action, and I do mean blood and guts and magic and pain and gashes and death, I was suprised by how much love was felt even during the worst of times. There was love amongst the allies, who time and time again showed their loyalty and affection for the King and Queen of Hell. There was love between the friends and I had quite a laugh at their banter. And the love between Kobal and River... well, that just goes without saying.

No one could ever make me feel as small as he did, yet so incredibly powerful and cherished at the same time.

Kobal may be fictional as hell (see what I did there?), but he's earned his rightful place in my harem. Here's a man who never dreamed of finding his chosen. He lived a hard life, full of battles and glory, and was used to getting his way. Then he finds his Chosen, who happens to be a mortal girl, who also happens to be the descendant of his nemesis, and she is nothing like he expected. However, he's learned to care about humans, even if it was only to pacify her at first. He's protective and considerate and kind and thoughtful and giving and fierce and sexy and gosh I want my very own Kobal.

"Never doubt my love, River. You started as the possible key to all of this, but you are my Chosen. I would choose you over all else, even my own life."

The group has definitely weakened Lucifer's force, but the fight is far from over. I'm off to read Into Hell, to see my babes kick Lucy's sick butt!

About The Author
Brenda K. Davies is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Vampire Awakening Series, Alliance Series, Road to Hell Series, Hell on Earth Series, and historical romantic fiction. She also writes under the pen name, Erica Stevens. When not out with friends and family, she can be found at home with her husband, dog, and horse.

Also writes under the pen name Erica Stevens.

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