Sep 25

Wild Fire by Kristen Ashley Review



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“You know you can’t keep a good brother down.”

The Chaos Motorcycle Club has won its war. But not every brother rode into the sunset with his woman on the back of his bike.

Chaos returns with the story of Dutch Black, a man whose father was the moral compass of the Club, until he was murdered. And the man who raised Dutch protected the Club at all costs. That combination is the man Dutch is intent on becoming.

It’s also the man that Dutch is going to go all out to give to his woman.

**Every 1001 Dark Nights novella is a standalone story. For new readers, it’s an introduction to an author’s world. And for fans, it’s a bonus book in the author’s series. We hope you’ll enjoy each one as much as we do.**

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I am a huge Kristen Ashley fan, and her Chaos series is among my all-time top favorite series. It’s one of the few series that I reread, and I do that often. Any chance I can slip back into that world, I’m going to take it, so when new material is offered up, you can bet that I’d jump at the chance and I’m going to relish the experience. For diehard KA fans, Wild Fire, a 1001 Dark Nights novella, is a chance to head back to the compound and commune with those bikers and their women. For a reader new to Kristen Ashley’s Chaos world, this is a chance to dip your toe in that water and get a little taste of what lays in wait for you should you decide to jump in and read the whole series. Something, by the way, that I wholeheartedly recommend to every romance reader.

Wild Fire is the story of Dutch Black and Georgiana Traylor. Dutch is the son of an original member of the Chaos MC. His father was lauded the moral compass of the club, he was revered by all the members, and his murder hit both his family and the club hard. Georgie is a journalist working for a digital news outlet, and her current beat is wearing her down. She returns home after an assignment to find Dutch, who is doing a favor for her sister, at the airport to pick her up. That first meeting was as far from cute as could be, and while their second meeting didn’t start out great either, the sparks were definitely flying. Bottom line, this novella was aptly named because Dutch and Georgie were absolute fire together. This was so much more than just physical attraction, though. These two were perfectly paired, materfully matched and in sync in all ways. I could not get enough of their romance or how natural and right they felt together. But I was just as invested in the interesting storyline that not only propelled this couple forward, but brought some KA favorites into the mix.

Wild Fire by Kristen Ashley for me was a chance to revisit a favorite series through a fresh story. It temporarily quenched a thirst—and simultaneously left me craving more. If you want to try out Ashley’s Chaos MC series before committing to it, this novella is a great place to start. If like me, you just want to take a trip back to the compound with some new material, this is your chance. But either way, know that you’re in for a captivating, page-turning, sexy love story full of all that crackalicious KA alpha male awesomeness. Five smooches from me for Wild Fire by Kristen Ashley!

~Danielle Palumbo




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