Zayne finds Serena’s lifeless body off the side of the road one morning. She has been beaten and left for dead. As she recovers, they become the best of friends. It doesn’t take long for Zayne’s feelings to grow stronger. Will the fear of ruining their friendship keep them from taking a chance on love?
Roadside is a gripping tale of triumph over tragedy. Serena is a strong woman who fights through the physical, mental, and emotional violation of her body, and over time, the healing of her mind and spirit as the narrative unfolds.
This is the second book I’ve read from the author, and I enjoy how she allows the reader to organically unravel the plot.
Zayne is the hero in Roadside. He and his father find Serena’s lifeless body on the roadside. His tenderness, kindness, and compassion earns Serena’s trust, and the push and pull of their growing friendship evolves into a blistering attraction.
Will Serena and Zayne allow their friendship to develop into something more? That my friends, you’ll need to read for yourself.
Kudos, Angie Dokos!