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I once read that every warrior hoped an honorable death would find him. I always went looking for mine, but not even the Reaper wanted me.
I was trained to kill. I was trained to not ask why. To take orders and just march in line. Hooah motherfucker.
Life or death.
Ride or die.
And I’m not only talking about the military. I’m talking about the life that led me on the road to nowhere.
My life.
I fought for my brothers.
I fought for my family.
I fought for my country.
And I fought for her…

Never realizing I might die for them too.

5 of 5 Hearts 
Holy Jesus!! M. Robinson took us all for a ride with this new release!! I have laughed, I have loved, and I have cussed M. Robinson numerous times as read this amazing book.  And yes, she knows I have cursed her name for my poor heart. 'Cause I told her!! HEHE. 

Each book M. Robinson writes I swear is my favorite. This book is no exception.  I loved Road to Nowhere so darn much!!! It will forever hold a special place in my heart.  

This book had it all for me! 
Strong Male Lead covered in tattoos ✔✔✔
Arrogant A$$ lead who takes no ones crap ✔
Warm your heart moments ✔
Strong Female Lead who took no ones crap ✔
Believable Characters ✔
Hot Scenes ✔
Great Storyline ✔
Story to fall in love with ✔
Hot Sexual Tension ✔
Life Struggles ✔
Heartbreak ✔
Epic Lines you just had to quote ✔
Left me speechless ✔

For me, this book told the story of a man who needed love more than anything.  And a girl who loved a man her entire life even when he had no idea. No matter what anyone thought Mia loved Creed unconditionally. It was beautiful how they were two pieces of a puzzle that fit together perfectly.

The moment I started reading this book, I fell in love with Creed and Mia. Out of all of Monica's books, I adored little Mia the most when it comes to her younger characters. And that says tons because little Lily is pretty awesome. This little girl was freaking awesome. Even big bad older Creed did not stand a chance against her. 

There is so much I want to say about Mia Ryder aka "Pippin". This girl was epic. Younger Mia would look the devil himself in the eye and tell him she did not care what he thought of her or who she cared about. (( I bet Martinez would be impressed by this little bit.))

One of the first scenes with Mia and Creed warmed my heart and had me rolling. 

“My brothers talk like that all the time. My first word was shit.” She smiled, proud of herself. “Daddy yells at them, but they never listen. They get away with everything because they’re boys. Personally, I think that’s stupid. Girls are way better than boys. We’re smarter. We smell nicer. And… if it weren’t for girls, boys wouldn’t even be here. So, boom,” she exclaimed, making her hand explode. <-- BOOM is right!! 

And we cannot forget that she sneaks to watch "Sons of B*tches!" I about died when I read that. God, I think she channeled my Mini for both those scenes. 

How could Creed not love this little girl? She spoke her mind, gave him the love and respect he needed, and did not take crap from him.

Older Mia just got even better, she was original, loving, and stood her ground with her family. The poor girl stood no chance with all the men in her life smothering her. It was sink or swim and this girl schooled them all. 

Holy hotness! Creed Jameson was one bad boy I could not love unconditionally! I wanted to wrap him up in my arms on numerous occasions when he was dealt the crappiest and of cards. 

OHHHH!!! And Creed stood up to my main book boyfriend Alejandro Martinez! Their first encounter was something else. There was no love loss there at all. 

Now let's really talk about Creed!!  He loved Mia from the start. He could not help but adore his little Pippin.

"I nodded and a big smile spread across her face before she turned and left. I would learn through the years that Mia Ryder… Mia. F*ck*n’. Ryder.   I would live and die… For her."

Throughout this entire book, Creed and Mia were two people worlds apart that always had that inner pull towards one another. Their bond grew as she grew up and started to become a woman. And when his Pippin made a mistake he was there for her. To show her that he would never walk away. Even when everyone else changed towards her. She was his girl no matter what. 

"Allowing the familiar ache to take over. He grabbed the sides of my face, bringing his lips back over to mine, kissing me with so much passion. So much love. So much everything. He. Wanted. Me. “No more bullsh*t between us. You want to be kissed, touched, f*ck*d,”he groaned against my lips. “Then I f*ck you. I’m claimin’ you, Pippin. You’re f*ck*n’mine.” And I was. I always had been." <-- BOOM! Put a fork in me, I am done! This man!! {fans myself}

THE END OF THIS BOOK DESERVES SHOUTY CAPS AND M. ROBINSON KNOWS WHY. I NEED MORE NOW!! {Stomps my foot like Pippin would} I will even beg for more!!

Mia Ryder.
Mia fuckin’ Ryder.
I sat at the train tracks. Desperately trying not to think about her, but it was easier said than done. She came into my life like a fucking hurricane, destroying everything in her path. A girl from the right side of the tracks, which for some reason I couldn’t ever fucking fathom.
Falling for a man like me.
I had made mistakes, too many to fucking count, but life didn’t give you a do-over. All that was left for me to do was to accept them, even fucking embrace them. They became a part of me, as much as every tattoo that covered my body. Every one of them meant something to me. They were my battle scars. Far worse than the ones I got in war. In the eyes of others, they were just colorful, intricate art. 
But to me...
They were my solace and my pain.
Nothing had changed since the last time I fucking lived in this godforsaken town. No welcome home party from family or friends, no thanks or parades from the town residents for serving our country.
Not one fucking thing.
Everything I had done, I had done for my family, for the MC, for her…
I fought for my fucking brothers.
I fought for my goddamn country.
I fought for my girl.
Never realizing…
I might fucking die for them too.
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, and all that fucking shit. I once read that every warrior hoped a good death would find him. I always went looking for mine, but not even the Reaper wanted me. I thought fighting for something I believed in would make me a good man.
In the end, it never mattered. I would always be on the wrong side of the tracks, and they would always lead me to the wrong station. Changing my people, places, and things throughout the years didn’t help change the outcome of the choices I’d made. Of the things I’d done.
At the end of the day…
I was already nailed to the cross.

I was fucking born on it.






USA Today Bestselling Author of Road to Nowhere, EL Diablo, The Good Ol' Boys Standalone Series, The VIP Trilogy, Tempting Bad, and Two Sides.

M. Robinson loves to read. She favors anything that has angst, romance, triangles, cheating, love, and of course sex! She has been reading since the Babysitters Club and R.L. Stein. 
She was born in New Jersey but was raised in Tampa Fl. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D in psychology, with two years left. 
She is married to an amazing man who she loves to pieces. They have two German Shepherd mixes and a Tabby cat. 


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