Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Series: Chaos #6
Published by Selfpublished on 29 January 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Suspense
Source: Kindle Purchase
Through good times, bad times and times of war, Cole “Rush” Allen grew up in the Chaos Motorcycle Club. Along this journey, he watched his father, Tack, and his MC brothers fight, sweat, bleed and die to steer the Club to legitimacy.
And they’ve got one more battle on their hands.
A battle they have to win.
But when Rush meets the woman who put herself right in the thick of it, he knows he has to stop at nothing to get her out.
Rebel Stapleton has lost someone she loves to murder and she’s the kind of woman who’s going to do something about it. She puts her career on the line, and her life, to bring the man who did it to justice.
That is, she does this until Rush Allen intervenes.
Chaos is at war and they’re about to face the ultimate showdown. They’ll have to negotiate skeletons from the past, enemies becoming allies, and loved ones in the line of fire on their ride to be…
Oh my goodness! I just love me some Chaos, and I have to say that Rush and Rebel’s story got to me in every way. These alpha MC men, with their wild, intelligent, and fun women always get to me – but I just adored Free!
Free is the last installment in the Chaos series, and it was sad to see some of my favorite characters ever for the last time. It was also a great story, though, so I was completely satisfied when I came to the end. Rush and Rebel were made for each other! She was a strong woman, and she was able to hold her own – both with Rush and with other men. Rush is a character I have wanted to read more about since the first Chaos story, and he did not disappoint!
There was a lot going on in Free, with several characters sharing their point of view, and I felt like that brought more to the story. We got some chapters from Beck’s point of view, and some from Tack’s. Most of the story, however, was from either Rush or Rebel’s point of view. And their love was spectacular! I just loved how they acted with each other. How they were able to be honest all the time. How they worked out their disagreements. And how they always had each other’s backs.
The suspense elements in Free were strong, too, with villains from prior books doing what they could to bring Chaos down. And there was some very emotional moments during all this hardship. My eyes did not stay dry through the story, which is par for the course for me with a Kristen Ashley book. Also, some new side characters totally made my day!
Then Tack slapped his son on the shoulder. “Don’t scare her too bad, son.” He wouldn’t scare her. Not too bad. That would fuck with his plans to get her ass in his bed.
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