Bridger Payne is an enigma that no one can figure out. Wise beyond his years, eerily intuitive, and sexy as hell, every woman in The Silo wants him. None can have him. Not the real man, anyway. He might wield the lash for you if you ask prettily, but he'll get no gratification from it. He'll definitely make you scream, but he won't think twice about you when he walks away. Bridger carries the darkest of secrets. He's filled with too much pain. He's utterly untouchable. Until she came along.
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THE FIFTH & FINAL... & WOW WHAT AN EMOTIONAL STORY
Well folks this is the final book in Sawyer Bennett's awesome series that's been packed full of action, suspense, bad guys, hot sex, raw emotions, great characters, romance, love... and happy endings. And, as the saying goes, she really did leave the best til last coz Bridger's story is one that sucks you straight in and will tug at your heart strings at the emotional pain that Bridger's endured. As part owner of the Wicked Horse and the Silo Sex Club he's been in all the other books where he's helped out his friends - either in or out of the Silo setting but he's always been aloof, detached and emotionally switched off.... but he just needed the right woman to unlock his heart.
In this book Bridger is dissatisfied with his life - he's seen all four of his friends find peace, contentment and love and, although he knows that's never going to be him, he yearns for something unknown and just out of reach. He's damaged, haunted and tormented by horrific child abuse which has left him with numerous 'triggers', demands and restrictions on sexual activities and emotionally alienates himself from the act. But when an acquaintance leaves an unconscious, beaten and tortured woman in his care little does Bridger know that she'll be his salvation and the key to unlocking his lifeless heart.
Maggie was a rebellious teen - but years later she's still paying for it - because she's just been rescued from purgatory - a two year purgatory at the hands of a mean and vicious biker President and his Old Lady who each made her life a living Hell in different ways. She feels safe now in Bridger's house - he's moody, sexy, handsome as sin and all Alpha - but how long will it last because Bridger talks about an end date, the MC are relentlessly looking for her and, now that they're lovers, how safe is her heart?
As with all of Sawyer Bennett's books there's sizzling chemistry, smokin hot sex and loveable multi-layered characters and this one's no exception but your heart breaks for the emotional torment that Bridger faces as he mentally wars with the demons of his past in order to get a future with Maggie. This is an emotion-fuelled romance as a very understanding and loving Maggie tries to slate the demons that haunt Bridger's past... while Bridger tries to keep Maggie safe from the flesh and blood ones that aim to kill her. Dual POV's, there's well loved faces from the previous books and flawless narration.
Worth a credit? It's hot, it's heavy, it's sweet as well as raw, it's got angst, drama and a loveable but damaged Alpha Hero... and it's been an addictive and beautiful listen too to see two damaged souls save each other - so HELL YES creditworthy. And it's with a heavy heart that I have to say adieu to a series whose characters I've loved, whose stories have held me riveted and whose flawed, kinky and possessive Alphas have each left his mark... not on my flesh but on my heart.
Based on reviews I got all the books in this series. Unfortunately for me I was not so impressed with this series. It did not grab me as I expected it to do. To me it's just an average series. I wish I'd used my credits on other more stimulating books.