* Review * SAVAGE ROAD by Christine Feehan

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* Review * SAVAGE ROAD by Christine FeehanSavage Road by Christine Feehan
Series: Torpedo Ink #7
Published by Berkley on January 25, 2022
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When Savin “Savage” Pajari and Seychelle Dubois first met, their connection was instant, their attraction undeniable. Their relationship has been full throttle since day one. Even though months have passed, the passion and love between them has only increased.

Savage completely owns what he is: a sadist in the bedroom who can only get off on his partner’s pain. He believes he’s not a good man, but he loves Seychelle with a fierceness that shocks him. He wants all of her, but only if she gives herself freely with eyes wide open.

Seychelle never imagined the lure of mixing pain with pleasure, or how much she’d crave Savage’s darkness. She’s been shaken to her core, but Seychelle is committed to Savage and their life together—even though he’s keeping a piece of himself back. And to truly make their relationship work, he has to give her everything that he is, just as she is doing for him.

Savage knows that what he really needs could break his woman if she isn’t ready. She agreed to come into his world, and he’s not about to give her up. He has to find a way to let her see the monster inside without pushing her away. But the real Savage might be more than Seychelle can bear...and he knows he wouldn’t survive losing her.


A wickedly decadent continuation of Savage and Seychelle’s life together! With the seventh book in her always intriguing Torpedo Ink series Christine Feehan brings us the 2nd book revolving around Savage and his way of coping with life and all the ugliness it throws the club’s way. I enjoy these two as a couple, but felt like this book was actually not necessarily needed to make them feel complete. There was a slight healing of the rift between her and his club, but most of the landscape was still devoted to his sadism instead of their relationship development. It was a good book, not a great one.

I recommend this book and the entire series to anyone who enjoys an emotionally vulnerable MC that takes on the world when needed, but feels the weight of it on their shoulders when all is said and done. They are a close-knit family with twisted pasts and kinky coping mechanisms.


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