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24 January 2015

❤❤ 4 star review of Consume Me by Ryan Michele ❤❤


Prospect Andrew “Tug” Tugger wants two things.

One, to become a member of the Ravage Motorcycle Club, and two, Blaze, the sexy brunette whose eyes set him on fire.

Only one of those things is under his control, and he is done waiting.

It’s time to take what he wants.

Blaze has been running from her tragic past for over four years. She is finally feeling settled, after stripping her way through school and building a life in Sumner, her first safe haven. She keeps everyone at arm’s length, afraid to let anyone discover the secrets she holds within.

Tug sets out to make Blaze his, but will someone get burned in the process?

Will Blaze run again when her new world is threatened?

Or will she allow Tug to consume her?

I had a little trouble connecting with this book  right away. I don't know if it was the fact that Tug knew what he wanted but still used club mommas or that Blaze had an issue with something and never brought it up. It's what was holding her back originally but then she just forgot about it. It takes a while for us to get more of a clear background on Blaze so we truly understand why she is the way she is.  But once we do, it all makes so much more sense. And Tug. Who knew he had such a painful background. Once you hear of that and his military background, he's need for the brotherhood is fitting. 

The drama that brings these two together, finally, is crazy. Ryan definitely upped the ante in the last book and has brought the drama back. It isn't as bad as Caseys story, but it's still bad. It's totally unexpected. BOOM. 

Ryan has such an easy writing style. It flows so well and just pulls you right in. She gives us exactly what we want from an MC read- brotherhood, love, steam, alpha males who protect what's theirs, with drama drama drama.

I gave this book 4 stars

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