Thursday, February 12, 2015

"All Fired Up" by Madelynne Ellis


SERIES: Black Halo #2
GENRE: Contemporary/Erotic Romance
SOURCE: NetGalley
LINKS: Goodreads | Book Depository

Ginny Walters always knew her weakness for bad boys would get her into trouble. Her one night stand with Black Halo's lead guitarist, Ash Gore, was only supposed to be a fun, not the prelude to the sort of relationship that'd scorch holes in her heart as well as her bed sheets. She'd be the happiest woman in the world if Ash wasn't so determined to keep their connection off radar. Ash Gore knows girlfriends are bad news for bands, which is why he's resolved to keep his attachment to Ginny a secret. He and the guys have enough on their stages as they try to piece themselves back together after the band's split. But when new drummer, Iain Willows, starts taking an active interest in Ginny, tensions quickly mount. Soon, Ash is not only at risk of losing Ginny, but everything he holds dearest—including life itself.


After reading "Come Together", I was really looking forward to putting my hands on "All Fired Up". Why is that, you ask? Because I can't have enough of Ash Gore, of course! That and the fact that it was really killing me not knowing what exactly happened between him and Ginny during the tour.

I could say that Ash and Ginny were a fantastic and quite the perfect match from the very beginning, and boy if they just proved me right here! They both have a past that restrains them from taking a real commitment—especially Ash—but it's clear that they want more from their 'relationship'. They just have to work on some personal issues first, and the tour may help or not in this. What it certainly does, is give us a blast! Believe me when I say you can't get a minute of boredom with Ginny's strong personality, Ash making your insides melt and the twists the story is rich of.

After an ending like the one in this book, I don't just want to read the next instalment badly, I want to know everything about Spook! Indeed, you should never underestimate the power of 'minor' characters in this series.

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