Review: Vendetta Road by Christine Feehan

Title:  Vendetta Road

Author: Christine Feehan

Series: Torpedo Ink #3

Genre: Paranormal, MC

Format: eBook

Date Read: May 5, 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I enjoyed it

Issac “Ice” Koval is in Las Vegas to rescue a child and attend his brother’s wedding. When he sees Soleil on the street he stops dead in his tracks and knows she is the one. But first he has to get her away from her abusive ex-fiance. 

Abuse, murder, death, sex, and romance. Torpedo Ink is back with another action packed and emotional book. Ice lives up to his name and has been emotionless from the very beginning. He struggles daily to get past what was done to him and get up every day. He even considers ending it to be free, but all it takes is one glance at Soleil and he is saved. Ice is a very protective alpha male who goes out of his way to protect his family, especially the women in it. I liked him once he opened up to Soleil and started really talking to her. He may be made of ice when necessary but he is all in with their relationship, which I liked. I love seeing big walled off men fall for their women. 

Soleil was a very rich woman who was also extremely lonely. She never had a family or anyone who really cared for her. She craves love and a place of her own. Ice, and Torpedo Ink, give her the family she always wanted. I liked Soleil even though she was very innocent to the dark side of the world. Soleil was perfect for Ice because she gave him the love and acceptance he need to survive his past. 

Also the sex scenes between these two were so hot (and public, so if that bothers you don’t read this.)

Overall, I enjoyed this one and look forward to the next book, which I believe is Absinthe’s story. 

Reader Warning:

  • Hero was tortured and raped as a child.
  • Topics of pedophilia, human trafficking, and torture discussed. 
  • Torture and killing of others happen during scenes.
  • Suicidal thoughts.
  • Public sex scenes.

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