Desolation Road - Christine Feehan

Desolation Road

By Christine Feehan

  • Release Date: 2020-07-07
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 548 Ratings


Take the ride of your life with the Torpedo Ink motorcycle club in this thrilling romance novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan. 
Torpedo Ink is Aleksei “Absinthe” Solokov’s whole life. They’re his brothers, his family—his everything. But that doesn't stop him from wanting something that only belongs to him. That’s why the tough biker has spent the last six weeks at the library, reading every book he can get his hands on and watching the prim and proper librarian who makes his blood rush. 
For the past six weeks, Scarlet Foley has been fantasizing about the handsome, tattooed man whose eyes follow her every move. She senses he's dangerous. She wants him to get close enough to touch. She wishes she could let him know the real woman, not the one she pretends to be. But Scarlet has a plan to carry out, and she can’t afford any distractions.
Absinthe is well aware that Scarlet is hiding something. She’s a puzzle he intends to solve, piece by intoxicating piece….


  • What just happened?

    By It's meeeeeee!
    Not the author I remember. I couldn’t get past the kitten play.
  • Love the Book and the Series

    By Mzldysth1
    This book definitely took me out of my comfort zone. I was spell bound from the first chapter and could not put it down until I turned the last page. There will be some who do not appreciate differences in what turns people on or how they enjoy bedroom games. That’s fine-but please don’t stop writing for the rest of us. Variety is the spice of life and I so enjoy my food and my reading material on the hot and spicy side.
  • I had a hard time reading this book.

    By Running Coach
    Her writing is wonderful but this was just to much. The whole kitten thing was just bizarre.
  • Amazing!

    By CyraWolf
    This series is so different then her usual series, but I'm fully hooked and loving it! Absinthe and Scarlett are such strong a,aging characters, you can't help but fall in love with them. I've heard of kitten play but not in so much detail as this book shows, and I find it utterly adorable, you can't help but feel absinthes pain and how it helped him through such an emotional nightmare. I've read this book I think 3 times now, can't wait for more! I'm dying for savages story!
  • Trash

    By Eceduc
  • 😳😳😳

    By Azurefly
    First few chapters were really good, built up characters and introduced others which was great... then it was absolute ick. Is she even writing this series or did she license her name out like other authors? Just not the Feehan that loved over the years. Ever since 50 shades of grey everything is vulgar sex all the time. Disappointed
  • Just no no no

    By unknown1972
    I was anxiously waiting for the story of Absinthe. The first few chapters were what I was hoping for. Then the collars, leashes and butt plugs put everything on slow down. When the meowing and cat role play started I just deleted this book from my IPad. Just stupid and unbelievable.
  • Have an open mind

    By rasprex
    First time reviewing a book but it appears to be needed. The author pushed the envelope with this one by showcasing a different side of the BDSM community that not a lot of people outside of the lifestyle know about or understand. The book itself gives a lot more insight to characters that we the readers didn’t have before. Despite other reviews the book isn’t solely about butt plugs and actually (I feel) has a little less when it comes to the smut.
  • Desolation Road

    By imeja
    I liked this book, it revealed how Absinthe helped the others survive the bleak conditions they grew up in. It gives me hope that perhaps Savage can be drawn back away from his extreme tendencies with Absinthe’s involvement. I like how they have evolved to protect others. Can’t wait till more of the guys find their girls but really want Alena and Lana to find love too.
  • HOT, HOT, HOT!

    By ChMarCooke
    I loved that Christine went is a whole new direction with this installment of Torpedo Ink. Some of the members of my book club couldn’t finish this book as the sexual overtones were not to their liking. I say, Bravo to Christine for pushing the envelope and writing a sizzling story for Absinthe and Scarlet! I LOVED this book, anxiously awaiting the next installment of Torpedo Ink!