The flame never dies . . .
Millie Cross knows what it’s like to burn for someone. She was young and wild and he was fierce and even wilder-a Chaos biker who made her heart pound. They fell in love at first sight and life was good, until she learned she couldn’t be the woman he needed and made it so he had no choice but to walk away. Twenty years later, Millie’s chance run-in with her old flame sparks a desire she just can’t ignore. And this time, she won’t let him ride off . . .
Bad boy Logan “High” Judd has seen his share of troubles with the law. Yet it was a beautiful woman who broke him. After ending a loveless marriage, High is shocked when his true love walks back into his life. Millie is still gorgeous, but she’s just a ghost of her former self. High’s intrigued at the change, but her betrayal cut him deep-and he doesn’t want to get burned again. As High sinks into meting out vengeance for Millie’s betrayal, he’ll break all over again when he realizes just how Millie walked through fire for her man . . .
- Walk Through Fire, was an emotional rollercoaster that evoked so many different feelings within us. There were many points where we cried, for what had happen in the past and what could’ve been. The end of the novel was bitter sweet. This is one of Lydia’s favorite KA novels, and is an extremely enjoyable read!
- We always enjoy a novel where the hero and heroine have history. KA does a fabulous job of integrating flashbacks of the couple into the narrative. These views into their past create a more emotional read and also gave us a glimpse into the history of the club. We see how much the club has changed over time, Tack and Hopper really turned it around making it what it is today.
- It took us a bit to warm up to Millie and High. We felt she was and bitch for dumping him and he was a dick who revenge sexed her. And then we found out why she dumped him, and then the feels!
- KA does a great job of portraying the effects divorce can have on children. It wasn’t all love and sunshine when Millie meet High’s daughters. They had to work at the relationship, but by the end they are able to create their own definition of a family.
- We loved High’s ex-wife and how chill she was. It was such a nice change from the psychotic ex-wives we’re used to reading; anyone remember Naomi? There was no drama or jealousy between her and Millie.
- We really loved how both Tack, Tyra and the club have a continued presence and voice within this series. It really helps to tie the overarching narrative together.
- We hope that Hound is up next!