Tuesday, September 1, 2015

ARC Review: Fire Me Up by Rachael Johns

This is a tantalizing tale about a biker who wants to ditch his one percenter past, starting with his new Aussie tenant, but he ends up taking her to his bed instead.

Billie loves New Orleans and has made her dreams come true by moving there from Australia and opening her gallery, mostly frequented by tourists just off Bourbon street. Recently her landlord (and president of the Deacons of Bourbon Street motorcycle club) passed away, and it wasn't long before the sexy and irritating Travis, road name Cash, arrived to tell her he was selling the building, and he was staying there with her until he could sell it. However, the situation ended up a bit more complicated than that, as Travis was named co-owner of the property with the remaining officers of the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC. Travis made a new legitimate name for himself in Florida, and is trying to get out of New Orleans as fast as he can. He has a ton of NOLA baggage and wants to be rid of the city, but between his MC brothers investigating their president's suspected murder and Billie getting under his skin, he may end up taking another look at life choices.

Billie was a great match for Cash; they were the definitive opposites attract couple with her soft hearted but strong willed hippie ways against his either professional polish or alpha gruff biker persona. They had some serious chemistry and heat, and plenty of sexy times. Enjoying this series a lot! Can't wait for more!

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