Forgiveness in the MC doesn’t come easy…
They say you can never go home again, but I was out to prove them wrong. After a three year absence from the only home I have ever known, the Inferno Glory MC was not welcoming me back with open arms.
Until Colt Sawyer sweeps me off my bike, makes me feel like a woman again, and shows me pleasures I have never dreamed of.
Colt thinks he can save me, but I am not the MC darling everyone remembers me as, and no amount of scorching hot sex or whispering sweet nothings in my ear will change my hardened exterior.
Or at least that is what I thought.
He’s offering me passion, forgiveness and protection. And once secrets start being revealed, the protection he provides me may be the only reason I survive the Inferno Glory MC.
**Explicit sexual scenes. M/F, M/F/M, guns, violence, language, & death**
REVIEW by CeeCee
I enjoyed this sizzling tale, but I was somewhat deterred by grammatical errors in the beginning. I’m not perfect, but in a book this loaded with steamy goodness, you have to know the difference between “drill” and “grill”. For, a man can “grill” you in front of just about anyone, but will only “drill” you in front of a preferred few, if any at all. It’s a minor nuisance that seems to drift away towards the middle of the book, however.
The sex scenes are wild and my kind of raunchy, while the characters fall into place with ease. I didn’t love the heroine, but I didn’t hate her, either. The whole loner bit grated my nerves a little, but I just passed it off as the ignorance of youth. The hero is written perfectly, and there’s somewhat of a mystery involved. Club life has a Hollywood spin at times, but it’s good.
The sex is great, the story wraps up nicely, and there’s a sneak peek for the new series at the end.
I see this as more of an erotic romance more than contemporary romance.
I received a copy in exchange for my honest review.
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J. A. Fredericks is the contemporary and paranormal steamy romance author of the the Fifty Kinds of Dead series, Inferno Glory MC series and its spinoff Jawa’s Angels MC. Just like her characters, she’s really into music, tattoos, and motorcycles. Rather than riding bitch forever on her husband’s Harley, however, she hopes to one day get her license and at least pretend to be as badass as the heroines she writes about. She lives in rural Minnesota with her husband and kids.
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