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Burn (Brothers of Ink and Steel #2) by Allie Juliette Mousseau

 
 

December 2, 2016

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Burn

Author :           Allie Juliette Mousseau

Series :            Brothers of Ink and Steel #2

Release date :   May 26th 2015

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : Liam Knight, a sexy panty-melting, hard-bodied streetfighter and renowned tattoo artist, is rising up the ranks of the UFC Middleweight Division, but he’s about to get knocked out by his past.

 

Quinn Kelley is a semester away from becoming a college graduate when her mother’s death sends her spiraling, forcing her to go back to her hometown and a past she can’t outrun.Nearly a decade ago, Liam and Quinn fell in love while surviving on the city streets together, but they were torn apart by one irreversible night. Now each has moved forward without the other, but like a tattoo on the heart, absolute love creates a lasting burn.Quinn has kept a tight rein on her emotions, but with the passing of her mother, the foundation she’s built begins to crack. Will seeing Liam again crumble her fortress to the ground, uncovering the flame that still burns? Or will it extinguish the fire forever?

 

Liam’s tough exterior and resentful demeanor hides more than a wounded heart. He’s tormented by guilt over what happened to Quinn—and the secret he kept, even from her. But revealing his secrets would require unearthing the all-consuming monster he keeps caged in the darkest part of his soul, the one that threatens to devour him.When they’re given a second chance, will they let go of their fear and pride and let the flame between them become one?Or will the heat burn them both?

 

Review : After reading “Dare” the first book in this series I already knew that I would love the authors writing style. The only question was if I would like the plot. I was hesitating a little because of stuff I learned in the first book, Stuff that made me think I might not be able to connect with Quinn. 

 

Should you have the same feeling after reading Dare – rest assured … you can place those thoughts aside and enjoy this book. The author did a great job and I can not wait for more from this series

 

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