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?
Consume Me is the third book in the Ravage MC series, following the story of Tug and Blaze.
Blaze, a stripper working for the clubs ‘Titty Bar’ Club X has been on the run for the last 4 years, with a past she’d rather forget, she keeps herself locked tight. She’s not interested in relationships. She knows one day her Demons will catch up with her, causing her to run again.
Andrew ‘Tug’ Tugger has been a prospect for the Ravage MC for almost a year. After his family cut him loose, he longs to be accepted and to have people around him that care. What better than a brotherhood of men who would do anything to protect their own.
Tug has been after Blaze for a while and he’s ready to make her his, but she’s constantly throwing up her walls. Tug never taking no for an answer is a determined man on a mission. But Blaze is no push over she’s dealt with enough pain and heartache at the hands of others to last her a lifetime.
The main reason this has a lower rating is because I did have an issue with how the build up to them finally getting together played out. I’ve read enough MC books to know they aren’t all hearts and flowers and these men live by their own rules, but there was a part that had me pissed. I won’t go into detail because this is a spoiler free review, but I will say it took a while for Tug to get back into my good books. With that being said the story was completely action packed from start to finish keeping my attention enough to want to know how things played out, even after calling the Hero a few choice words.
ARC received from the author in exchange for an honest review