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  • Great start to new series!

    Coming home can be difficult, but coming home after losing someone important is even harder. Ajax is home but he's grieving the loss of his mentor and surrogate father Priest. He still hasn't been able to figure out why he and his brothers were exiled a decade ago and now he's tasked with calling his brothers home. Things have changed though, both in his city and family. The biggest noticeable change is Sophie Lombard, the daughter of the man he respects most. The attraction between Sophie and Ajax was instant and undeniable. It seemed like even before they'd exchanged names they were getting off with each other. I like how the insta-lust between them was not confused for insta-love on either of their parts. I really liked Sophie. My heart hurt for her knowing she'd lost her only family. I also hurt when she realized her father whom she'd sacrificed so much for hadn't cared enough to do the same. It was certainly jarring. I liked Sophie and her wits. She was smart and mostly level headed. She was reliable and responsible for someone so young. She also had a wild streak. Ajax was an interesting character. I liked him, sometimes. Other times I felt like he was too overbearing and rude. Ajax might have been short on words and emotions but the ones he shared and showed carried a lot of weight. I also felt horrible for him when I learned how he came to be a Deacon. I loved Ajax's loyalty and commitment to family, even if he knew pursuing Sophie broke the rules. Once he made Sophie his, she was his concern, even if she didn't like it. I think I liked watching Sophie and Ajax butt heads as much as I did seeing them get along. I was a little concerned about how blase they were regarding Priest's death especially when they realized it might not have been an accident. I don't feel like it was given the attention it deserved and when you have characters like Sophie and Ajax who have strong connections to the deceased, it felt wrong. I do feel like the murder mystery was pushed aside and Sophie and Ajax's bedroom romps took center stage. Now I'm not complaining because they were hot, but I would've liked the story and sex to be balanced. However since there are more books coming, I'm hoping that there will be more about finding the truth. As it is, I'm really excited to see Megan Crane writing something new and unfamiliar. It's definitely the hottest book of hers I've ever read. I like that she's pushing her boundaries. Overall, this book was a great introduction to a new story and characters and a great way to start off a new series. I'm already eagerly looking forward to the next book.

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  • Interesting read

    I'm really on the fence about this one. The good - heat level is blistering, the chemistry between Ajax and Sophie is off the charts, the story was interesting enough to peak my interest. The bad - Ajax and 3 others were exiled 10 years ago, why I still don't understand, yet he walks back in like he was never gone?? I don't know much about the inner workings of MC's but this seemed a bit unbelievable. So the story left me with tons of questions which I can only hope are answered in future books and since it was good enough to grab my interest I will read the next in the series to see if the story starts to come together.

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  • Absolutely amazing

    My first time reading this author's work and I can say from the bottom of my heart I will be reading more from her I liked her slow and steady pace of the MC world pus the softer side of it was even better. The way she wrote the different POV were they blended into each other was really great and worked extremely well for this story. It was like 2 minds coming together as 1 was kinda magical. MUST READ story!!! I really liked this MC passion sexual filled story. I so cannot wait for more of this series well here's to me hoping that their is more to this series. ***I received this story for free in exchange for an honest review, see more of my review @ Whispered Thoughts ***

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  • I enjoyed Ms. Crane's writing

    I'm very picky about the MC books I read because they usually fall into two categories: good or bad, nothing in between, but I have already read some of Ms. Crane's work and really enjoyed her writing style so I took a chance on MAKE YOU BURN and it really is what I would expect from a story about an MC: gritty, coarse and raunchy with some violence thrown in. If you want hearts and roses, this is definitely not the book for that! If you are squeamish about explicit and dirty sex, this is not the book for you! Sean “Ajax” Harding is back in New Orleans for the funeral of his MC President, Priest after ten years in exile. The city he knew is a ghost of its former self and the motorcycle club he swore an oath to is all but gone. What's left? Sophie Lombard, his president's daughter, a suspicion that foul play was involved in the death, his determination to find out who was responsible and restore the Club to its former glory. Ajax is a very hard man and totally over the top alpha male. I'm talking the grab-your-hair-and-hold-you-in-place kind and very steeped in the MC culture where women are property, to be seen and not heard; so macho that even acknowledging softer emotions for a woman is a no-no. The Sophie he meets is very far from the Catholic schoolgirl he left behind. This Sophie is mouthy, bold, challenges him in every way and gives no quarter and he loves it! Add in her sexy body and the combustible chemistry between them and suddenly he finds himself wanting to make her his old lady. He's does not do soft and sweet but as far as he's concerned, Sophie is his and he expresses his feelings for her the only way he knows how to: with his body and the way he takes care of her. Sophie Lombard has played second fiddle to the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC all her life and wanted a different life for herself, but her father's death and the return of the exiled club members changes everything. Sophie realizes that the life is all she's ever known and wanted but she also knows that to survive with Ajax, she has to give as good as she gets, but within the Club code. MAKE YOU BURN is dark, dirty, passionately intense and laced with the sultry flavor of New Orleans and I absolutely enjoyed it! Ms. Crane brings the seedy side of the French Quarter to life and even though this is about Sophie and Ajax's very fast jump into a relationship, there is the budding mystery of Priest's death (which I expect to be spread throughout all the books in the series) and also the foundation for the rest of the books. Ms. Crane is fast becoming a favorite author of mine because I simply love her writing. I may be in the minority but I totally love the internal monologues of her characters because they give insight into why they do the things they do. I'm excited about the series because each book is written by a different author and I can't wait to see what they each bring to it. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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  • Ok, not one of the better ones out there

    I thought this book was ok. There was a lot of misconnect and some story lines went no where. And although I love my MC biker books this was not one of them. Ajax came back for a funeral, brought some guys together, who you never really got a good feel for, their characters we vague. Talked about business, how he though the father was run off the road and then, that's it. Nothing more is discussed in the book about either. Most biker books will talk about the club business, but I never got a feel for what they actually did and the mystery of the fathers death was left hanging. Even in the 'One Year" follow up chapter nothing was mentioned. Sure it had some great sex scenes, lots and lots of thinking between the two and not much dialogue. If your looking for a better read turn to Nina Levine, River Savage or Joanna Wylde.

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