Amy Abrams doesn’t do love. Nor does she do emotional attachments, unless you count the connection she has with designer handbags. She grew up in an Upper East Side penthouse, which had about as much affection within its tastefully decorated walls as Castle Dracula. Her family is the precise reason why she points her red-soled heels firmly in the opposite direction of that dreaded four-letter word.
Then it happens. Love. It comes right out of the blue and knocks her off her six-inch heels. She learns that love comes with pesky side effects such as heartbreak, which seriously messes with the complexion. Amy promises herself that she’ll never open herself to that horrible feeling again. She doesn’t count on an infuriating, albeit drool-worthy biker to roar into her life and ruin the plans she had of locking up her heart. She keeps her distance, wary of the sinfully sexy biker whose tattoos should read Warning - dangerous alpha male, will screw up your life.
Amy may be an Upper East Side princess but she wasn’t looking for Prince Charming. She wouldn’t mind the name of his hair stylist, though. Brock certainly isn’t a knight in shining armor, but he consumes her, body and soul. Drama pulls them apart; danger will bring them back together. When Amy is threatened Brock is there ready to save her life. Her heart is another story.
Firestorm begins with us getting to see part of Amy's point of view during the first book, and what was going on with her and Brock. However, Amy has some issues with Ian she has to take care of, but nothing goes at all like she plans.
And she and Brock are fighting more than every. Then Amy's life is in danger, and the club must do what they can to help her. But she and Brock are still going through a lot, but something seems to be changing for both of them.
This book was not as good as the first one. And I sort of hated the way Amy acted about Ian's death. I feel like if she and Brock would actually talk some then things would have been better.
That was the main downside to this one to me. I felt like Amy and Brock didn't have much of a relationship because they didn't really talk to each other. At least not until the end.
I did like this one though. I enjoyed seeing things from Amy's point of view, and I liked the end as well. I'm interested in reading more now.