Dani doesn't believe in love. She knows that love only leads to heartache. Besides, dating is tough when your dad is one of the most powerful crime bosses on the West Coast. So instead of relationships, Dani believes in one-night stands. But when a casual fling goes frighteningly wrong, she runs home to the only person she knows will protect her-her father.She doesn't make it. Dani's stranded on the side of the road with no one to help her. Except Blaze.Blaze has been through hell and back. Raised by his junkie mom, the Inferno MC is the only real family he's ever known. As their jaded vice president, he'd do anything to protect the club.When fate throws Blaze and Dani together, sparks fly. Their attraction is undeniable, but can this jaded and broken pair find happiness? Or will Dani's family secrets tear everything down, including the MC?
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Watered down MC romance
I like the love story of Blaze and Dani ... but the MC is almost posed as an afterthought. The ruthlessness of her father the master mind criminal was not convincing either.
Blaze because he is a hot character and male. I do think the book made him appear weak in many instances though.
Arika Rapson is a good narrator, but I did not think she was convincing in this instance. Her voice is almost too light to really come across dangerous. Nelson is also a great narrator but he contributed to the perception, in my opinion, that Blaze was not as strong as he should of been in this story.
No.... it was a good listen. I enjoyed it despite the watered down version of a criminal empire and a hostile MC .... perhaps the written word made them more believable as dangerous.
This is worth a credit or sale. I would not pay the asking price. This book. like so many others popping up lately are not truly MC books. It lacks the grittiness to make it believable.
Male narrator is the best part
- Terri F