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‘Dax’ by Sawyer Bennett

OMG! I cannot believe we are already at book four of ‘Arizona Vengeance’ series and it getting better and better 🙂 If you haven’t read any of the books don’t worry, all the books in the series can be read as standalones. But of course I highly recommend you to read them all 🙂

Dax Monahan recently lost his best friend Lance in a common mugging. Lance’s only family is his sister Regan, who also grew up with Dax. When he flew to NY to support and help Regan, Dax is facing with a gorgeous woman, who is nothing like the teenage girl he remembers. Regan lives in Southern California and working as a nurse. Before Lance’s murder, she was planning to go back to school to get her Master’s degree but now everything has change. Since she lost both of her parents when she was a teenager and now his brother, she feels all alone. When she needs someone the most Dax steps up and asks her to marry him so that his medical insurance will cover her ultra expensive treatment. Of course at the beginning Regan is oppose to this idea; however, Dax being Dax finds a way to convince her and move her from California to Arizona. Their chemistry is of the chart but Dax struggles with feeling guilty. He feels like he is betraying Lance and also he thinks he is not good enough for Regan. They both struggle with their emotions when their relationship turns physical but it is to late to go back for both of them. Also, this story’s timeline overlaps with the previous book, Legend. It was nice to see the same events from different POVs and get some more details about the events.

‘Dax’ is a sexy, emotional and sweet friends-to-lovers story. This series getting better and better with each book and I cannot wait to read Tacker and Dominic’s stories. If you enjoy hockey and friends-to-lovers stories and looking for an easy, fun reads, this book is just for you.

  • Would I recommend this book: Yes.
  • Would I re-read this book: Yes.
  • Would I read future books by this author: Yes.

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

e-ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

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