Resist Me by Chelle Bliss Review



Izzy Gallo has never been described as a member of the weaker sex. She’s a woman who doesn’t take shit from anyone. Growing up with four older overprotective brothers has hardened her, making her a force to be reckoned with.

Against the wishes of her two brothers, Joe and Mike, Izzy takes a weekend trip to Bike Week in Daytona, turning her world upside down.

Over her head, in a world she doesn’t understand, there’s only one man who can save her.

James Caldo has dedicated his life to protect and serve as a member of the DEA. He’s cocky, overbearing, and doesn’t take no for an answer – the Gallo men have nothing on him.

When their paths cross, James makes Izzy question everything she believes about completely surrendering to the opposite sex.

Does James have what it takes to overpower the headstrong Izzy, capturing her heart forever?


Resist Me is the story of Izzy, the lonely Gallo sister & James the handsome DEA agent. Izzy is the queen of hit it & quite it. She is so scared of ‘losing’ herself in a relationship, she doesn’t ever expose her true self. After one night of extreme passion & connection, James is determined to show Izzy that they belong together.


Between the pig headed stubbornness that is Izzy, the sexy determination that is James, and the dangerous undercover mission that Thomas is in, this edition to the Gallo family legacy is filled with love and danger. It certainly sets us up for Thomas’ story.  It’s also filled with the rambunctious conversations around the Gallo family dinner table. Nothing says love quite like a homemade pasta dinner.