Saturday, 16 April 2016

Review: Inferno Glory MC by J.A. Fredericks

****4 Stars****
I'm going to kick off this review by saying that this book is as hot as hell! There's plenty to get your pulse racing as you quickly make your way through this enjoyable, easy read.
The male characters are great with the exception of a few, who gave me mistrustful feeling right from the start.
Colt and Ranger are both sizzling and although I absolutely love the usual MC books, this one is slightly different in that the club is working towards the greater good.
However, Harley is the most aggravating female character I've come across in ages! I seriously wanted to knock some sense into her on numerous occasions throughout the story. I admire her tough, fiery exterior but hell woman...grrr!
The female sub characters are great too and I absolutely loved Mac and her "don't care what others think" attitude.
The book is well written (despite a rather large number of editing issues that I just had to learn to overlook) and it's a quick easy read.
I'm sure you'll enjoy it just as much as I do and I can't wait to get my hands on Ranger's story!
Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer 
The day Harley Sonnick is released from a three year prison sentence for a crime she didn’t willingly commit, she returns to the only family she has left—the Inferno Glory MC. But the club’s president isn’t ready to forgive her for past sins and turns her away, forcing her to trust in a new club member who’s arguably the sexiest man she’s ever laid eyes on.

Colt Sawyer, a young military veteran like the other MC members, is elusive and doesn’t have much to do with the women throwing themselves at him until Harley comes riding into his life on her own motorcycle. Together with his best friend and fellow MC member Ranger, Colt will do everything in his power to remind Harley what it’s like to be pleasured by a man and make her feel at home despite the reluctance of the MC.

Things take an unexpected turn when Harley’s worldly possessions are ripped away, forcing her to rethink her future. But she isn’t a pathetic princess in need of saving and is reluctant to accept help. Prison made her hard, forcing her to guard her feelings at all costs. So when blue eyed Colt does inexplicable things to both her body and heart, she’s forced down a dark path of passion and desire that threatens all the safeguards she’s set in place.

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