Too hot to handle...
Allen grew up in the thick of Chaos--the Chaos Motorcycle Club, that
is. Her father is Chaos' leader, and the club has always had her back.
But one rider was different from the start. When Tabby was running wild,
Shy Cage was there. When tragedy tore her life apart, he helped her
piece it back together. And now, Tabby's thinking about much more than
Tabby is everything Shy's ever wanted, but
everything he thinks he can't have. She's beautiful, smart, and as his
friend's daughter, untouchable. Shy never expected more than friendship,
so when Tabby indicates she wants more--much more--he feels like the luckiest man alive. But even lucky men can crash and burn...
Man, Kristen Ashley knows how to write a book. I've been waiting to
read this since I read Motorcycle Man and was beyond thrilled to get an
ARC. Shy is Tack 2.0 in that he acts just like him, which means he's a
total badass and he's just smokin hot. And Tabby....where to begin?
When I first meet her (in MM) I didn't really like her because she just
acted like a brat, but the more I read about her the more I started to
see that that was mainly her mother's influence and her immaturity. So,
having her grow up and actually reading about it I began to really like
her. That poor girl goes through some terrible stuff and thankfully
Shy was there to help her pull through it all to become a stronger
person. Of course it wasn't an easy road, but Shy was man enough to get
her to the other side of it all. That being said, this book had me
laughing, smiling, getting mad and even brought a few tears for both
Tabby's loss and Shy's grief. This book was just a kick-ass start to a
series that is definitely going to be a favorite for me. And it's always
cool to see peeks from characters from Ms. Ashley's Rock Chick and
Dream Man series, both of which are in my top 10 favorite series. I
tell anyone who will listen to me that they need to read this author and
recommend her every chance I get. It will be a long couple months til
the second book comes out, but thankfully I can always reread my other
KA books. So, in short....READ THIS BOOK!