Review : Fire Inside by Kristen Ashley (CR)

Book Blurb

Lanie Heron isn’t looking for love—no surprise, considering her last serious relationship nearly got her killed. So when Lanie propositions Hop Kincaid, all she wants is one wild night with the hot-as-hell biker who patrols with the Chaos Motorcycle Club...

For Hop, Lanie has always been untouchable. She’s too polished and too classy for his tastes. But when she gives Hop the once-over with her bedroom eyes and offers him a night in paradise, he can’t say no. And he doesn’t regret it when he finds that Lanie is the best thing that’s ever happened to him—in or out of bed. Now the trick will be to convince her of that.

Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

This is a book in the Chaos Motorcycle gang series by Kristen Ashley.  This story is Hopper’s story with Lanie.  Lanie is an Ad executive for her own agency and her best friend is married to the leader of the Chaos.  Lanie is a piece of work and has issues.  She was shot by the Russian Mob when her fiancĂ© got mixed up with them.  She watched him die and almost killed herself.  She is completely messed up in the head and doesn’t want a relationship.  So she offers Hop one night with no strings attached.  Hop is second in command and a good guy, she trusts him to keep it between them.  Hop refuses at first because it is complicated, not as simple as she offers.  He eventually gives in and he was right.  It got complicated fast.  Lanie has issues that not only stem from the night she was shot but also from her parents’ relationship. She is also carrying around guilt for getting her best friend kidnapped and stabbed multiple times.  In other words, she is a mess mentally and that makes it and up and down ride for Hop. 

It was an interesting journey.  I really liked the Hop character.  He was completely different from what you expected a biker to be.  I, personally, had a difficult time getting into the beginning with all the biker speak.  I was having a bit of trouble understanding what the point was that he was trying to get across.  However as the book progressed, I got used to it and found it endearing to Hop’s character.  The relationship that was developed between the two characters was passionate and full of drama.  It was fun to watch.  

I give this book 4 out of 5

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