🎧Flame from Chelle Bliss on Audio!🎧
Could you love a man surrounded by danger?
Gigi Gallo’s childhood was filled with the roar of a motorcycle and the hum of a tattoo gun. Fresh out of college, she’s about to start working at her family’s tattoo studio – Inked. But when she shows up the first day, she never expects to run into someone tall, dark, and totally sexy from her not-so-innocent past.
Pike Moore is a bossy biker with a cocky attitude and an even bigger ego. He came to Inked to start over. New town. New job. New roots. None of that included coming face-to-face with the hot chick who spent a week in his bed before she vanished without a trace.
But when Pike’s dark family history catches up with him, can he stop Gigi from being caught in the crossfire?
Flame is book one in the Men of Inked: Heatwave series by USA Today best-selling author Chelle Bliss. The Men of Inked: Heatwave series features steamy romance, hot heroes, and strong women.
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Gigi has recently finished college and is excited to begin the next stage of her life. She is determined to show her overprotective family that she is strong and independent and the first step is to be a success when she starts working at the family tattoo shop.
Pike has a painful past and he would like to ensure that’s where it stays. It is a dream come true to start working at the tattoo shop Ink but he worries that it may all go up in smoke when he finds out the boss’s daughter is Gigi, the woman he spent a steamy weekend with 15 months earlier and hasn’t forgotten.
Although they try to deny it the chemistry and connection between them is stronger than ever and Pike is determined to claim her as his but when his past becomes his present will Gigi become a casualty?
Witty banter, heat and emotion all combine into a compelling storyline. It was great to not only watch the relationship between Pike and Gigi unfold but to catch up with Gallos as well. The inflections and nuances of the narrators were exactly how I pictured the characters.