Good Intentions (The Road to Salvation – 3) by Pembroke Sinclair
(Excerpt from Goodreads) Katie has been through Hell—literally—and discovered that it wasn’t as bad as she thought it would be. In fact, she kind of enjoyed it. She got to be with Josh, found out about her past, and discovered who she wanted to be as a person. Katie didn’t care that her actions went against social norms. She was happy.
But things are changing—again. Wes has come back into her life, and that can only mean trouble. His presence threatens to unravel her new-found happiness. She can’t allow that. She won’t let him back in. Yet, Katie can’t push him away.
Thrown back into a state of confusion and uncertainty, Katie is once again forced to pick sides, and in the process, she may lose herself.
Katie has things figured out. She knows about her history, she loves Josh and he loves her, and she doesn’t think it’s so bad working for Hell collecting souls. But then Wes comes back and tries to tell her that she has been lied to. Katie thought she was over Wes, but why does what he said make her start questioning things?
Then there is Josh and Braden. They seem to be keeping a tight watch on Katie and Deb. Katie initially thinks it’s to keep her safe but the more she thinks about Wes it seems like something else. Katie has basically decided what she wants to do and seems to be cutting everyone out of her life except Josh. But can she believe what she is told?
I loved this book. It’s a great end to the other two books. I was screaming at Katie to wake up so many times. But I know she has to go through everything to find the truth. I loved how things progressed and Wes, I have to say that I really started liking him.
I don’t know if there are going to be more books in this series. If not I liked how Good Intentions ended, but it ended like there could be more. Anyway, The Road to Salvation is a great series with a twist on the good vs. evil theme. I recommend reading them in order since they read back to back.
I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.