Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Road to Forgiveness by Justine Elvira


I have had the opportunity to come in contact with this amazing INDIE author from my hometown of Chicago and am happy I did. When I started my blog two months ago she was one of the first authors to contact me and give me support and in return am doing the same thing. I have read both books in the "Price Series" and was not disappointed.

The Road To Price (Price, #1)

The first book in the series "Road to Price" gave you the insight of the blooming relationship of Mia Dechino and Sebastian Price. Mia was a woman who had a hard life but a tragic event caused her to leave everything behind in hopes of healing. What she didn't except was the spark in which ignited when she came face to face to Billionaire Mr. Price.

The sexual tension was off the charts and although his life was complicated he still made her the priority in all he did. I wanted to be a working in his mansion just for the perks alone. It may be wrong to say but FREE room and board, salary, and sex. HMM!! Paradise. Miss Elvira was a diva in her own right for the way she left us hanging in the end.

The Road To Forgiveness (Price, #2)

The second book in the series "Road to Forgiveness," JUST RELEASED, was just a tear jerker with more spice than tears. Road to Forgiveness was amazing and displayed the trials and regrets when losing a child. I am happy Sebastian was a persistent man who didn't understand " NO" and willing to "compromise".

This book burnt up the sheets and provided closure and the depths people went to make their love ones safe. GREAT book. ♥


I loved him so much. He made me happy. He made me feel safe. He made me feel loved. No one has made me feel loved the way he has. ~Mia

Mia is home in Georgia where she thinks she needs to be. She is slowly realizing it might not be the welcome home she hoped for. Life is different. Nothing is as she left it and Mia feels like she is the one to blame.

Her mother cries every day. She is no longer dating Charlie and Charlie quit his job at the factory. He moved to Chicago because he couldn’t handle the grief. While Mia is trying to adjust to the changes, she finds out Kyle might be released from prison due to a technicality.

Mia came to Georgia for familiarity. She ran away from her problems just like she always had in the past. As much as she craved the escape she can’t stop thinking about Sebastian. She needs him. He is the only one who can comfort her.

I would let her have tonight but tomorrow I was going to find her.I was going to find her and bring her home.
We were meant to be together and I was going to make her remember that. I just needed to stop crying first. ~Sebastian

Sebastian has followed Mia to Georgia in hopes to get her back. Mia’s mom isn’t very helpful in locating her. He has been in
Riceboro, Georgia for four weeks and still no sign of her.

What will happen when he finally lays eyes on her? Will Sebastian find out why she ran in the first place? Will she come back with Sebastian to Miami or is this goodbye for good?

Join Mia and Sebastian in the final part of their story of forgiveness, redemption, and love.


Sebastian pushed me back against Jonathon’s car with desperation in his eyes. His left hand grabbed my hip and he thrust himself forward so every part of our bodies touched. I inhaled slowly trying to take him all in.

 He wasn’t leaving town.

He wasn’t leaving without a fight.

On the outside I showed no emotion, but inside I felt relief spreading throughout my body. I didn’t want to admit it but I needed him. His touch made me feel alive again. I had missed that these past weeks. I wasn’t sure if these feeling were going to break me but I was going to grab hold of it. Even if just for a moment. Even if I knew it couldn’t last.

His other hand wrapped around the back of my neck as he pulled my forehead to his. I could smell the remnants of his mint gum and feel his breath on my skin. His mouthed moved closer to mine.

“Kiss me,” he whispered onto my lips.

I wanted to but I couldn’t. I didn’t want to give him the wrong impression again. I didn’t want him to think he had a chance.

“No.” I said firmly.

His lips moved closer to mine and lightly brushed against me. “Kiss me, Mia. Let me show you how good it feels. Let me help you forget the pain and just be in this moment, with me.”

His mouth lightly touched mine in a quick tender kiss. My lips burned from his touch and it took everything I had to not make a sound, to look indifferent. I was giving in. Caving. Another few seconds and I would be his for sure.

His lips left mine but still hovered over my mouth. “God I’ve missed you. I’ve missed this, us, just being together. Kiss me, please.”

I looked up into his eyes and saw the desperation there. He looked tired. He looked like he hadn’t slept in weeks. His gorgeous blue eyes had dullness to them that I hadn’t noticed yesterday. I wanted to comfort him. I needed to make sure he was okay. It made no sense but I knew I couldn’t be okay if he wasn’t.

Ignoring the inner battle going on between my head and my heart, I leaned forward and connected my lips with his. His response was immediate. His hands gripped me tighter as his tongue slipped into my mouth.









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