Into The Nothing Review 

Title: Into The Nothing

Author: BT Urruela

This is book one in the Broken Outlaw Series.

Okay so once again I went in to this one blind, I’ve not even read the synopsis … bad reader!

I loved starting at the end and then going back to the beginning and filling in. That was a great way to read the book! By the time we had caught back up I’d completely forgotten about where we started and the whole thing was a great surprise!

I loved the twists and turns throughout the story, the emotional connection between the characters and the way his past and present intertwine. There is some real depth to the characters and I’m looking forward to seeing where the story goes in the next book.

It isn’t rushed, there isn’t 15 million things blowing up every second, this is not an action story but a genuine story of love. I really enjoyed the pace the author set and how we were led through this great period of learning to love very gently. I completely devoured the book in one sitting. It might not be action but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t completely captivating because it is.

A great job for a debut book!


Xander Evans has been on the road for many years. Never settling. Always moving from one place to another, unable to let go of his past. He lived a tragic childhood, spending most of those years in foster care. He’s never felt like he’s had a home. That is until he stops in the small town of Truman Valley, Missouri, where he meets a woman who will change everything he’s ever known.

Paige Watson has it all. A loving family, beautiful home, and a great career. The only thing she’s missing….is love. After escaping an abusive relationship, she opens her heart up to a stranger. He is unlike any man she’s ever met. He came into her life and turned it completely upside down. Everything is perfect. That is, until one fateful night.

A night that would tear the Watson family apart, never to be put back together again.

A night that would send Xander away to prison for life.



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