Sunday, November 12, 2017

Title: Whiskey Burning
Series: Iron Fury MC #1
Author: Bella Jewel

In the darkness is where I first met him.
Alone at a water fountain, tears rolling down my cheeks.
Ready to give up.
From the shadows, his voice came to me.
Soothing. Comforting. Rough as the blackest night.
I didn’t see him.
I didn’t even know his name.
All I knew was he saved me that night.
He put my back on my feet.
And he kept me on them.
Every single time I needed him, he found a way to come to me.
My stranger of the night.
My dark warrior.
My name is Scarlett. You probably know me.
I’m America’s number one country music star.
I’m also the loneliest girl you’ll ever meet.
He’s as free as a bird. A nomad. Travelling alone.
Nobody to hold him back.
He holds the freedom I pray for every single day.
He shows me that life can be so much more than what I’m living.
When danger comes knocking, he’ll also show me a different world.
A world I never knew existed.
A world that both terrifies and fascinates me.
A world that goes against everything I’ve ever known.
A world of Iron Fury


 This store begins when two people meet by chance, and then some how decide that they need to be around each other more. Even though that makes it sort of difficult with the different lives they both live. 

But they will do what they can because they can't stay away from each other. However, both of them have a past that makes things difficult and hard to trust each other. 

This book starts off pretty good, then it just sort of fell flat for me. I hated how Scarlet turned out. She really had no back bone and that was beyond annoying. 
And towards the end I had a hard time feeling their connection. 
And I didn't really like how it ended either, but other than that it had a nice suspense to it, and I did enjoy the beginning part of it. 

So, overall it was okay, but not great. 
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