Recovery Road (Torpedo Ink #8) (Mass Market)
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Kir “Master” Vasiliev doesn’t care whether he lives or dies. He’s a burnt-out shell with no one and nothing but his club. Whatever Torpedo Ink needs, Master will put himself in harm’s way time after time. If he doesn’t make it back, he’s certain everyone will move on just fine.
Investment banker Ambrielle Moore knows her own mind, and she’s not willing to settle for anyone. So when a second-rate gangster and his thugs try to coerce her into marriage—and giving up all of her family’s money—she’s having none of it. Until they turn to cold-blooded murder.
Grieving and enraged, Ambrie is ready to go scorched earth on her captors when Master shows up anticipating a damsel in distress. But Ambrie is nothing like he expected, and everything he never knew he desired....
"This book started off with a bang and just kept going. I loved their relationship & how real it seemed, no matter that they only knew each other for a matter of minutes before they were married. Feehan made it all work somehow...A good addition to the series."—Book Binge
"A tantalizing read from beginning to end. It’s a story that will endear you to the characters, embrace a healthy relationship that is so captivating, balanced out with lots of laugh and family connection, and deliver in every way a heart-melting experience that each reader can embrace!"—Addicted to Romance
"Christine Feehan is the queen of paranormal romance. I devour every book she writes. If you are a fan of Torpedo Ink, don’t miss this visceral, thrilling, sensual read!"—Reading Rebel Reviews
"The best book in Christine Feehan's Torpedo Ink series so far...At its core, Recovery Road is an amazing romance where two people find themselves just where they should be. In each other's arms! Fantastic job, Ms. Feehan, keep your writing wizardry coming for our enjoyment— we can't do without it!"—Fresh Fiction