Book Review: ‘Torn Ends’ by Taylor Dawn

Title: Torn Ends (Magnolia Series Book 3)

Published: 29th July 2016

Publisher: Princess Press

Author: Taylor Dawn





Damon ‘Dash’ Hunter had one thing on his mind…freedom. After being incarcerated for a crime he never meant to commit, Dash vows to lead his life under the radar. The one thing he needed was family and the only family he had left was his sister, Gracie. Upon deciding to relocate from Chicago to Biloxi Mississippi to be with his sister, Dash jumps on his Harley and makes the long journey south. His travels are soon interrupted by the likes of a sassy brunette on the side of the road with a flat tire. Offering to help her, Dash finds more than just a spare in the trunk of her car. He can’t help but offering his assistance to show her how to properly use those naughty toys stowed away in her car.

Brandi Fairfield had a habit of dating guys who were bad for her even though sometimes bad could be so good. Just as she decides she’s ready to find a respectable man, a bad boy she can’t seem to resist rolls up and helps her change a flat tire. Everything about him has warning signs but she once again throws caution to the wind. But soon she learns the truth about the new guy in town. Can she push aside her disbelief and help him clear up his wrongs. Or will the threat of his past tear a hole in the very fabric they’ve woven together.

Follow Dash and Brandi as they continue the Magnolia Series by International Best-Selling Author, Taylor Dawn.



Well this one had a bit of everything I like in a good read lately. Dash is a bad boy ex-MC, Dom in the bedroom and when him and Brandi get together there is enough passion thrown in that you might need a fan to cool down. Knew Brandi’s story would be good from the first book. Such a fun character that you knew she’d need a strong force to spar with and Dash has that in spades.

Chance brought them together and here’s hoping nothing tears them apart. They are clearly the others missing piece in every way. They can be themselves around each other and one things for sure Dash is making it very clear that all her inner desires are nothing to be ashamed of. In fact they are what brings them closer in the kinkiest of ways. Not that she’s really complaining once he gets his hands on her. Great back and forth banter throughout and you clearly see the chemistry forming from the first meeting. When he stops to help fix her flat tyre its what he finds in her boot that gets him intrigued. Good job fate put them in each other’s paths again. Can’t wait to see what they get up to next. No matter how much they both protest about not wanting more, seems they might both need it.

Much more of a mix with all the others from the first two books and then introducing Liam was fun, lets see if he gets his own book soon. All I will say is that Brandi certainly had fun when Dash suggested something involving him. Threes company it seems, if only for a night.

Trouble brewing with Dash’s past though and it looks like its about to catch up with him. He went to prison but that’s not what’s following him. It’s his old connections to the Sons of Destiny MC. Seems they want him to take care of one final thing if he wants to be free. If he chooses not to then the people he cares about most will be in harms way. Something he won’t settle for. The choices he makes are to keep people safe but could also be the reason he gets pulled away. Lets hope our boys in blue have a few more tricks up their sleeves to fix this before the shit really hits the fan.

4 out of 5 stars

I received this copy of the book from Nell’s PR and Marketing for my honest review.


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