Monday, August 17, 2015
Rage : Fire and Steel Motorcycle Club Romance (Fire and Steel MC Book 1)
Title: Rage : Fire and Steel Motorcycle Club Romance
(Fire and Steel MC Book 1)
Author: Kaylee Song
Genre: Romance Suspense
Death. Destruction. Rage.
Layla moved a thousand miles to escape the brutality and vengeance of the club. Of the man who stole her heart. But she was forged in the club and she will never be as free as she believed...
When her brother is murdered, death brings her right back into the clutches of the club - and under the watchful eye of Cullen "Rage" McFadden, her first love.
Cullen "Rage" McFadden wants vengeance for his best friend's murder more than anything in the world. The only thing that could distract him is Layla. Loving her has never brought him anything but pain. She could be his undoing, but he doesn't care. He has to have her.
Can Layla resist the temptation he represents, or will he drag her down into his world one more time?
Note: This is a dark and gritty MC romance. It is a stand alone title with no cliffhanger and a HEA ending in a series. There is some violence and adult content.
***WARNING THIS BOOK CONTAINS ADULT SCENES AND VIOLENCE*******
This is a MC book and the first book of the series.
This book is told from multiple POV.
I think this book could be read as a stand alone without a cliff hanger.
Layla got away she was free from the MC. That is until her brother gets killed. She must return for his funeral. Cullen owes his life to the MC. The only thing he regrets is losing the love of his life, when she ran from the only life they knew. Now that his best friend and brother is dead he want revenge. When Layla walks back in he know she is his, always has been. He must protect her now it's all he has left. Trying to to find the killer will reveal secrets nobody wants to believe. Can they all make it out alive? Bond will be broken. Faith will be test. How will walk away?
I enjoyed this book. It was different. Totally MC which I love. Cullen is the bad boy everyone loves. Strong and protective. Layla grows a lot as the book goes on, and finds where she belongs. If you like MC you don't want to miss this one.