July 9, 2019

Dax (Arizona Vengeance, Book #4)
Sawyer Bennett
Release Date: July 9, 2019

 

Synopsis:
The Arizona Vengeance is killing it on the ice. But one player can’t seem to keep his eye on the puck—all thanks to the woman he just married to save her life.

My name is Dax Monahan and hockey is my passion. And if you want to succeed in this sport you have to bust your ass 24/7. I’ve never had a hard time focusing on my career, but when my past comes knocking, no amount of training can prepare me for what lies on the other side of the door.

Regan Miles was always like a sister to me. When a shared tragedy brings us face to face after several years, I’m shocked to see just how much she’s changed. Gone is the shy, awkward little girl that always used to chase me and her brother around. Instead, I’m faced with a gorgeous woman who makes it damn hard to concentrate on anything but her.

Turns out, she’s in trouble, and the only way out is to get married.

I surprise myself when I tell her to marry me. Order her, actually. And most shocking of all, she doesn’t even hesitate before saying yes.

So it’s settled. We’re getting hitched and she’s moving to Arizona with me. All platonic, of course.

The catch?
I never knew I’d fall so hard for my best friend’s little sister.

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Sandra's Review
5 out of 5 stars

Dax is the fourth book in the Arizona Vengeance series by talented Sawyer Bennett. It can be read as standalone but I do recommend reading the series since it’s one of my favorites. If you read Erik then you might remember Dax seeing Regan in New York. This is their story and it’s an emotional one. The synopsis kicks ass so I will try my best to make this short.
Dax goes to New York for a funeral and comes back to Arizona as a married man. It was for love in a way. Regan, has always been family to him and now she needed one more than ever. Hers was gone. Lance was gone. So Regan agrees to marry Dax to save her life. Only Dax isn’t the same person Regan grew up with. And Regan isn’t the same either. They were not kids anymore. They were a man and a woman with an attraction between them. One they never saw coming.
Regan didn’t like the idea of getting married for a piece of paper. She always thought it would be for true love. That kind of love that could tear you apart if it ended. That kind of love that movies were made about. Passionate. Forever kind of love. But this marriage was not built on that. It was a need. That was until the kiss after the “I Do’s” because it was a damn good kiss. Maybe, just maybe this marriage can be more if they let it.
Can Dax see her as more than a sister to his best friend? Does he want to settle down or still be a player on and off the ice? Can he see a future with Regan? Can Regan let her insecurities go to find love? Can she see a future with her husband?
I absolutely loved this one. I believe it’s my favorite out of the series! I was invested in the characters from the very beginning until the very end. I read it in one sitting. I didn’t want to put the book down. I loved them. Dax is so sweet, sexy, and protective. He is also confused about what to do and I loved him even more for it. Regan is one strong ass character. She has been through a lot in twenty-two years. She is independent, smart, beautiful inside and out, and sexier than she believes. Together, I fell.
Now, I wait for Tacker! Come on, November!
Quotes:
“You’re going to be one of those bossy, demanding wives, aren’t you?”
It’s hard, swift, and meant to claim.
“Jesus, Regan… you’re learning things awfully damn fast.”

 

5 out of 5 stars
Dax is the fourth book in the Arizona Vengeance series by talented Sawyer Bennett. It can be read as standalone but I do recommend reading the series since it’s one of my favorites. If you read Erik then you might remember Dax seeing Regan in New York. This is their story and it’s an emotional one. The synopsis kicks ass so I will try my best to make this short.
Dax goes to New York for a funeral and comes back to Arizona as a married man. It was for love in a way. Regan, has always been family to him and now she needed one more than ever. Hers was gone. Lance was gone. So Regan agrees to marry Dax to save her life. Only Dax isn’t the same person Regan grew up with. And Regan isn’t the same either. They were not kids anymore. They were a man and a woman with an attraction between them. One they never saw coming.
Regan didn’t like the idea of getting married for a piece of paper. She always thought it would be for true love. That kind of love that could tear you apart if it ended. That kind of love that movies were made about. Passionate. Forever kind of love. But this marriage was not built on that. It was a need. That was until the kiss after the “I Do’s” because it was a damn good kiss. Maybe, just maybe this marriage can be more if they let it.
Can Dax see her as more than a sister to his best friend? Does he want to settle down or still be a player on and off the ice? Can he see a future with Regan? Can Regan let her insecurities go to find love? Can she see a future with her husband?
I absolutely loved this one. I believe it’s my favorite out of the series! I was invested in the characters from the very beginning until the very end. I read it in one sitting. I didn’t want to put the book down. I loved them. Dax is so sweet, sexy, and protective. He is also confused about what to do and I loved him even more for it. Regan is one strong ass character. She has been through a lot in twenty-two years. She is independent, smart, beautiful inside and out, and sexier than she believes. Together, I fell.
Now, I wait for Tacker! Come on, November!
Quotes:
“You’re going to be one of those bossy, demanding wives, aren’t you?”
It’s hard, swift, and meant to claim.
“Jesus, Regan… you’re learning things awfully damn fast.”

About the Author:
Since the release of her debut contemporary romance novel, Off Sides, in January 2013, Sawyer Bennett has released multiple books, many of which have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.

A reformed trial lawyer from North Carolina, Sawyer uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From new adult to erotic contemporary romance, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

Sawyer likes her Bloody Marys strong, her martinis dirty, and her heroes a combination of the two. When not bringing fictional romance to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to a very active daughter, as well as full-time servant to her adorably naughty dogs. She believes in the good of others, and that a bad day can be cured with a great work-out, cake, or even better, both.

Sawyer also writes general and women’s fiction under the pen name S. Bennett and sweet romance under the name Juliette Poe.

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