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Can a scorching affair with a bohemian beauty tame a motorcycle man with a dark side? Rachael Johns takes the wheel in the sexy series co-written with Megan Crane, Jackie Ashenden, and Maisey Yates. Travis “Cash” Sinclair values only two things from his days with the Deacons of Bourbon Street: his prized Harley Davidson and the man who gave it to him. But now Priest Lombar Can a scorching affair with a bohemian beauty tame a motorcycle man with a dark side? Rachael Johns takes the wheel in the sexy series co-written with Megan Crane, Jackie Ashenden, and Maisey Yates. Travis “Cash” Sinclair values only two things from his days with the Deacons of Bourbon Street: his prized Harley Davidson and the man who gave it to him. But now Priest Lombard is gone, and Cash has inherited the Deacons’ clubhouse—not to mentions its unexpected tenant. She’s exactly the type of woman he tries to avoid: all incense and art, with a sharp tongue that promises trouble. So why does Cash want to push aside those flowing skirts and lose himself between her legs? Billie Taylor fled a bad marriage to start a new life among the grit and glamour of the French Quarter. She refuses to let another man distract her from her dreams, especially an outlaw biker with nothing to offer except hot sex and an eviction notice. Cash is dangerous, with an untamed streak he tries desperately to conceal. He drives Billie wild, sending her too close to the edge for her own good. And she won’t fall under his spell—or into his bed—without a fight.


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Can a scorching affair with a bohemian beauty tame a motorcycle man with a dark side? Rachael Johns takes the wheel in the sexy series co-written with Megan Crane, Jackie Ashenden, and Maisey Yates. Travis “Cash” Sinclair values only two things from his days with the Deacons of Bourbon Street: his prized Harley Davidson and the man who gave it to him. But now Priest Lombar Can a scorching affair with a bohemian beauty tame a motorcycle man with a dark side? Rachael Johns takes the wheel in the sexy series co-written with Megan Crane, Jackie Ashenden, and Maisey Yates. Travis “Cash” Sinclair values only two things from his days with the Deacons of Bourbon Street: his prized Harley Davidson and the man who gave it to him. But now Priest Lombard is gone, and Cash has inherited the Deacons’ clubhouse—not to mentions its unexpected tenant. She’s exactly the type of woman he tries to avoid: all incense and art, with a sharp tongue that promises trouble. So why does Cash want to push aside those flowing skirts and lose himself between her legs? Billie Taylor fled a bad marriage to start a new life among the grit and glamour of the French Quarter. She refuses to let another man distract her from her dreams, especially an outlaw biker with nothing to offer except hot sex and an eviction notice. Cash is dangerous, with an untamed streak he tries desperately to conceal. He drives Billie wild, sending her too close to the edge for her own good. And she won’t fall under his spell—or into his bed—without a fight.

30 review for Fire Me Up

  1. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Biker, Cash, returns to collect his portion of the Deacons club house only to find that its been turned into an art studio. The inheritance was left to Cash, Ajax, Blue and Prince by Priest. Priest death comes as a big blow for all but its the nefarious circumstances behind Priest accidental death that might pull the ex-Deacons back together. Billie transplanted to the U.S.A. with an American dream...to own her own gallery and find an outlet to express her art. She fell in love with the French Qu Biker, Cash, returns to collect his portion of the Deacons club house only to find that its been turned into an art studio. The inheritance was left to Cash, Ajax, Blue and Prince by Priest. Priest death comes as a big blow for all but its the nefarious circumstances behind Priest accidental death that might pull the ex-Deacons back together. Billie transplanted to the U.S.A. with an American dream...to own her own gallery and find an outlet to express her art. She fell in love with the French Quarter and the home she turned into her gallery. All her dreams are now threatened by Cash. Cash doesn't want anything to do with the memories the club house causes. He wants to leave it all behind by getting it sold and getting himself gone. Can Billie show him the value of home? This is a rocky romance, with pure alpha grandstanding and some romantic suspense to boot. The conflict comes mostly from past demons with a little bit of mystery and suspense behind Priest's death. I was left wondering why so much time was focused on Priest's decision to disband the Deacons but it never comes to closure or even close to closure. I really enjoyed reading Fire Me Up. I found it entertaining and in the end give it 3.5 stars. I received this ARC copy of Fire Me Up from Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication September 1, 2015. My Rating: 3.5 Stars Written by: Rachael Johns Series: The Deacons of Bourbon Street Sequence in Series: 2 Print Length: 190 pages Publisher: Loveswept Publication Date: September 1, 2015 Sold by: Random House LLC Genre: Romantic Suspense Amazon | Barnes & Noble For Reviews and More Check out: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGally for an honest review. First let me say I have read the first book in this series, Make You Burn by author Megan Crane, and loved it. The author of this book, Rachael Johns, is part of a four author collaboration to write a MC series about New Orleans. As an avid biker/MC romance reader, I am always looking for quality romances with good writing and characters as well as a good plot with a little angst. So far the books in this series have exceeded my I received an ARC of this book from NetGally for an honest review. First let me say I have read the first book in this series, Make You Burn by author Megan Crane, and loved it. The author of this book, Rachael Johns, is part of a four author collaboration to write a MC series about New Orleans. As an avid biker/MC romance reader, I am always looking for quality romances with good writing and characters as well as a good plot with a little angst. So far the books in this series have exceeded my expectations. Fire Me Up continues the story of the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC, a former 1% club that basically disbanded in 2005 after a run gone bad and someone was killed. The Deacons’ president Priest banished his four top men from New Orleans. Ten years later they return to New Orleans because Priest, their former mentor and father figure, has been killed in a motorcycle accident. Each of them harbors anger and resentment because they never understood or knew why they were sent away. Each of them was saved by Priest from a life on the streets, after they were abandoned by their family. We met Ajax, acting Deacon president, and Sophie in book one. In Fire Me Up, we meet Travis/Cash and Billie. Travis (road name Cash) has spent the last 10 years as a civilian, building his own security business. He wears suits and has more money than he can spend. He is a player and has no problem getting a woman for some quick sex. His heart is hardened towards getting involved with any woman because of his mother’s abandonment of him. He’s also shut off from forming any bonds with any of his former MC brothers because of his feelings that he was abandoned, yet again, by Priest. He returns to the Big Easy with plans to attend a funeral, sell the Bourbon Street Property that Priest left the four men, and return to his life in Florida, far away from the place he grew up and faced so much heart break. Billie is a free spirited woman from Australia who has baggage from an ex-husband who tried to control her and never appreciated her. She ends up in New Orleans and rents the space that formerly housed the Deacons’ club and sets it up as an eclectic art gallery where she sells various artists’ work. She loves where she is and loves her gallery but has decided she doesn’t need any man because all of them want to control you. When Travis and Billie initially meet, he is a true, arrogant ass. What starts out as a hostile relationship between the two revolves into a sweet romance fraught with problems and barriers along the way. Travis eventually shows Billie his true inner self, which turns out to be a strong, alpha male who is not afraid to give a woman complete independence. Oh and can I say he’s hot, like really hot and sexy. His sexy talk could melt any woman. The mystery of Priest’s death continues and now Travis is all in and committed to finding who killed Priest. I read this book in one sitting because I could not put it down. I highly recommend this book for the readers who love a good, sexy romance and especially those readers who like a very good biker/MC romance. I am anxiously waiting for the next book in the series. I am amazed at this group of authors, especially the first two, who took on the challenge of writing a series with each author taking one character to write about. The first two books flow seamlessly with each other and the stories are so interesting. Each book can be read as a standalone, however I recommend reading them in order to get the richness of knowing all of the characters and the background of each.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ivy Deluca

    - The Good : Travis and Billie have a bit of a rough start, but I liked their connection. There was good sex, but there were proper conversations that showed their chemistry in a non-sexual way. Getting Travis’ backstory and motivations was very appreciated and it made his actions make sense instead of just “because I’m a biker, b!tch” and I liked that. - The Bad : Still not feeling the mystery of Priest. It’s a very tenuous thread that’s barely been expanded on between two books now. Essenti - The Good : Travis and Billie have a bit of a rough start, but I liked their connection. There was good sex, but there were proper conversations that showed their chemistry in a non-sexual way. Getting Travis’ backstory and motivations was very appreciated and it made his actions make sense instead of just “because I’m a biker, b!tch” and I liked that. - The Bad : Still not feeling the mystery of Priest. It’s a very tenuous thread that’s barely been expanded on between two books now. Essentially one bit of info per book is a disappointment. I’m hoping that we learn more in the next book, because it felt as if the first book was all sex, the second book is more sex with better character development, but that’s it. The final obstacle was predictable and resolved fairly quickly. - Everything in Between : For a biker book, it’s not heavy into the culture, so it’s still more of a 1 on the WTFery scale. Even if Travis and Billie’s relationship works better for me than Ajax and Sophie did, it’s still based on a very condensed timeline with little else to hold it together. That said, I did think that there’s enough here to make the read enjoyable and I think the little touches, like Billie’s side job as a ghost tour guide, or Travis’ soft spot for Baxter, make this work even with the tight timeline. I liked it. This is better than the first, and two favorite authors are coming up so I’m reserving judgment on the overarching storyline til I see what their take is on the Deacons of Bourbon Street series. **ARC provided by publisher via netgalley for review**

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    When Travis returns to NOLA he wants to just in and quickly get out. But getting the guys to agree to sell the property that was left to them is harder than expected. Then there’s the issue with the current tenant who has captured his attention. Billie is finally making a life for herself on her own – doing something she enjoys when Travis walks in and turns her world upside down. The only problem is that she might hate him just as much as she wants to sleep with him. This was a very short read a When Travis returns to NOLA he wants to just in and quickly get out. But getting the guys to agree to sell the property that was left to them is harder than expected. Then there’s the issue with the current tenant who has captured his attention. Billie is finally making a life for herself on her own – doing something she enjoys when Travis walks in and turns her world upside down. The only problem is that she might hate him just as much as she wants to sleep with him. This was a very short read and although I didn’t read book one – I didn’t feel like I lost any major pieces. I just had a bit of trouble connecting to these two fully. There was very little interaction between these two and with such a short time frame, it was a bit much to go from loathing to love without being able to have watched it unfold. Insta-love doesn’t bother me as a reader, but I need the characters to have some interactions before we move into the area of declaring feelings. In the end it was okay, but it didn’t really hit the marks I needed it to in order to really enjoy it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    ARC received via NetGalley/Loveswept in exchange for honest review. This book just didn't work for me. I never connected with the characters and it felt like a roller coaster ride that I just wanted off of.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rachael*Caribbean*girl*bibliophile

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Spoilers Travis and Billie meet as she rents both her living and business space from them in the form of their recently inherited properties. They get off to a rough start as he threatens to put her out of the building, sparks fly and I buckled in for a fun read with a fiesty art gallery owner and a badass biker. Unfortunately this book didn't deliver what I expected. Travis in a bid to get over thoughts of Billie goes looking to get laid. He comes upon a bride to be and goes out back of a bar wit Spoilers Travis and Billie meet as she rents both her living and business space from them in the form of their recently inherited properties. They get off to a rough start as he threatens to put her out of the building, sparks fly and I buckled in for a fun read with a fiesty art gallery owner and a badass biker. Unfortunately this book didn't deliver what I expected. Travis in a bid to get over thoughts of Billie goes looking to get laid. He comes upon a bride to be and goes out back of a bar with all intentions of getting it on. Said Bride to be starts to give him a BJ but he cant stop thinking of Billie so he quits and leaves. This in no way bothered me, I love my manwhores to be tested and for them to be unable to go through with it.My problem with Travis was that he was too Alpha lite to suit me. He didn't want to be there but caved on helping to find out the story behind Priest's death because of Ajax.He wasn't the badass I needed so I mostly read his pov with a sneer lol. Billie had me enthusiastic about her fire but as time went along her rose coloured glasses view of the world annoyed me. The straw that broke the camels back for me was her reaction to his mom. I unfortunately can't claim to be a practitioner of the old forgive and forget adage. I'm not Jesus and I dont have Alzheimer's so that never made sense to me. As such i wanted her to tell his mother to eff off but in kind hearted la la wonder she attempted to help her build a relationship with her son. Maybe it's the weather but she rubbed me the wrong way and he was too beta for me. Because I promised myself to try to finish all my books I skimmed to the end so I'm very sure I missed some pertinent facts but alas I just didn't have it in me to go back. On to the next!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Liz F

    Review copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley. Okay, THIS MC romance is a little closer to my speed. The hero wasn't a complete jerk, the heroine had some backbone. Maybe I'll never like true MC romances but I sure as hell liked this one! Billie was totally cute! She's kind of a bohemian-type of girl and she's incredibly sweet and kind. I loved how positive and upbeat she was. Especially since it seemed that being that way was a conscious choice for her. She had a crappy marriage before she Review copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley. Okay, THIS MC romance is a little closer to my speed. The hero wasn't a complete jerk, the heroine had some backbone. Maybe I'll never like true MC romances but I sure as hell liked this one! Billie was totally cute! She's kind of a bohemian-type of girl and she's incredibly sweet and kind. I loved how positive and upbeat she was. Especially since it seemed that being that way was a conscious choice for her. She had a crappy marriage before she moved to NOLA and she could have been angry and bitter. But she wasn't. She loves helping artists, loves her adopted city, and she's just all-around a cool chick! I liked that she put her foot down with the hero in certain ways but then let him take the lead in others. It made her seem more normal and relatable. Well, as relatable as she can be while she's living a life I can barely fathom but am totally envious of! :) Travis was crazy hot and sexy. After he was sent away from the MC years ago, he started up his own business, which sounds very successful. I loved the fact that Travis was, and is becoming again, this bad ass biker guy...who develops security software for major corporations to spot and negate any vulnerabilities in their network and that he's really smart with money. So he's nerdy AND bad ass and it was such an unusual and cool mix. I loved that Travis wasn't a dick and that he wasn't rude to Billie the way Ajax was to Sophie in Book 1. It was very easy to like Travis as I got to know him better. Of course, he didn't start sweet and wonderful. Heck no! He was a bit of an asshole at the start but that just made him yummier as I got to know him better. The Sexy Time was pretty hot and fairly plentiful. It takes Billie a while to warm up to Travis (and vice versa) so they were definitely not banging at first site the way Sophie and Ajax did. I liked how they both had to overcome some trust issues from their pasts. Sure, Travis's was a lot worse but it was nice that they weren't perfect. I'm not even sure if they were perfect for each other. They had the "opposites attract" thing going on pretty well, though! I loved watching them break each other's walls down to get to the juicy center in each of them! I really enjoyed this book. It was not heavy on the MC theme so anyone could read this book. I felt like this was a lot more palatable than Book 1. But I'm on the fence about if this should be read as a stand-alone. On one hand, it could be because Billie and Travis's story stands on its own. But there's the mystery of the former president of the MC's death that started in Book 1 and continues on here, in Book 2. So if readers can try to not care about what brings all the guys back to NOLA, it can be read as a stand-alone. There were a couple of laughs, plenty of drama, and the mystery I just mentioned but, again, in order to appreciate the mystery, readers will need to read these books in order. I would recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance who want to dip their toes into the waters of MC romance.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rosa Sharon (iScream Books Blog)

    Rosa's rating: 3.5 of 5 stars She used to prefer her art on the walls... I was excited to read Fire Me Up because I wanted some answers to questions raised in the previous book. And, I was hoping for some more Ajax with his filthy mouth and caveman attitude. However; being that this 2nd book has a different author it seemed like he had a personality transplant, he lost his swagger. I think part of the change is because Billie, and maybe the author as well is from the UK and the dialogue is much mo Rosa's rating: 3.5 of 5 stars She used to prefer her art on the walls... I was excited to read Fire Me Up because I wanted some answers to questions raised in the previous book. And, I was hoping for some more Ajax with his filthy mouth and caveman attitude. However; being that this 2nd book has a different author it seemed like he had a personality transplant, he lost his swagger. I think part of the change is because Billie, and maybe the author as well is from the UK and the dialogue is much more formal. I didn't get the answers I was looking for regarding what happened to the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC, but I do know a little more than I did. I still want to know the details of what happened 10 years ago, the secrets that Priest took to the grave. The four officers, Ajax, Blue, Cash & Prince are all that's left of the once thriving club. They came back to New Orleans for the funeral and decided to stick around looking for some answers. Being the techie of the group, Cash is doing his part from his computer, looking for hidden trails for them to follow. I'm ready for the Deacons to build the club back up to its former glory and take back NOLA. In order for that to happen though, they need to get a better grip on their badass biker cuz it seemed to be missing in this book. I did enjoy getting to know Cash. As with most club members who aren't born into the lifestyle, he adopted it as a replacement for the family that let him down. It was interesting to learn about his painful past and how he came to be the man he is now. Cash & Billie had an immediate attraction to each other in spite of the fact that they are total opposites. She's a laid back barefoot quirky artist type and has no understanding of biker rules or their expectations. She just wants them to leave her alone to run her art gallery, which just happens to be located inside the building that used to be their clubhouse. And that "Mr. Smug Leather Jacket" is claiming to be her landlord. While she might seem to be timid, she has had enough of people telling her what to do and she's not going to submit without a fight. Will that fight get her what she wants, or will it get her evicted? Will Cash decide to stick around and commit to the club, or will he leave and go back to his 'regular' job? Will the surprise visit from his past make a difference in that decision? Well, that leaves two more men that I need to get to know, Blue & Prince. I'm curious to experience the next book from another storyteller to see how the characters come across. This has been an interesting process and I'm looking forward to spending more time with the Deacons. View all my reviews

  9. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    I love that Fire Me Up is a totally different kind MC story than I usually read. Travis "Cash" Sinclair is every bit a badass biker without having to be a part of a MC or a womanizer. It’s been ten years since The Deacons MC spit up. After Priest(the president) got into some trouble, Priest told the members of the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC to go their separate ways. Now Priest is dead, and he has left the properties that belonged to the Deacons MC to Travis and the other three MC bikers. But I love that Fire Me Up is a totally different kind MC story than I usually read. Travis "Cash" Sinclair is every bit a badass biker without having to be a part of a MC or a womanizer. It’s been ten years since The Deacons MC spit up. After Priest(the president) got into some trouble, Priest told the members of the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC to go their separate ways. Now Priest is dead, and he has left the properties that belonged to the Deacons MC to Travis and the other three MC bikers. But, the last thing Travis expected or wanted was to inherit properties or the Deacons’ clubhouse that used to be his home years ago. So Travis has come back to New Orleans, a place he turned his back on, to finally put the past and the Deacon MC behind him along with the man Priest who he believes abandoned him. But when Travis returns, he finds that before his death, Priest has leased the clubhouse to Billie Taylor, who has made it into an art gallery for the local artists to sell their artwork. Billie is not too happy to hear that Travis has come back to sell the clubhouse. Billie came to the French Quarter to get away from a bad marriage and start a new life for herself in New Orleans. So when the sexy biker Travis shows up to take her new life away—a life where she finally has her own independence—she’s more than pissed. And Travis is just the kind of man that she might lose more than clubhouse to—she could also find herself falling for this bad boy biker who brings out the wild Billie. Travis isn’t too happy himself to find Billie, a sexy, beautiful Aussie, living in the MC clubhouse. Travis knows Billie is trouble and it's not just because she is living in his clubhouse. Travis is also having trouble with his MC Brothers and the mystery behind Priest's death. Travis came back to New Orleans to put the past behind him, to finally be rid of his commitment to Deacons MC, but Billie has gotten under his skin and in his heart. For the first time in his life, Travis is starting to feel and see what true commitment and trust means because of Billie's love to fight his own stubbornness and to fight for him. Fire Me Up is the prefect title for Travis and Billie's hot tempers and even hotter romance. I recommend it as a must read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Carmella

    I received this ARC in exchange for an honest opinion. Billie rents the building that used to be the clubhouse of the Deacons MC. It is now an Art Gallery. Art is something she has always had a passion for. She has talent herself but her family and ex-husband stifled her and ruined her confidence when they told her it was a waste of time. So while she does draw at times, she doesn't showcase her art, she showcases other peoples. Travis "Cash" Sinclair has come back to New Orleans, he has been summ I received this ARC in exchange for an honest opinion. Billie rents the building that used to be the clubhouse of the Deacons MC. It is now an Art Gallery. Art is something she has always had a passion for. She has talent herself but her family and ex-husband stifled her and ruined her confidence when they told her it was a waste of time. So while she does draw at times, she doesn't showcase her art, she showcases other peoples. Travis "Cash" Sinclair has come back to New Orleans, he has been summoned by Ajax after the death of their Deacon MC President. Ajax doesn't believe Priests death was an accident and wants help proving it. This is the last place Travis wants to be. He has a bad childhood with a Prostitute/Drug Addict mother and then felt betrayed when Priest sent him and the others away. He and the 3 other brothers, Ajax, Blue and Prince have been left property by Priest. He just wants to sell and leave. He basically comes storming into Billie's life, informs her that he plans on selling as soon as he can and he will be staying in the apartment joined with the Gallery, where she lives. Billie's ex wanted to control her so she and Travis butt heads right away. She just wishes she weren't so attracted to him. Travis makes it apparent right away that he wouldn't mind taking her to bed. After a few days and a few kisses she decides she wants him, however temporary he might be. It changes everything for both of them though, neither want to let go but won't admit it. Travis's talent is computers and numbers. While gone from New Orleans he got a college degree and started his own security business. He is basically a computer hacker and he uses his talents to show company's where their weakness are. Will Travis deal with his life in New Orleans? The way he grew up? The way he was sent away? Will Billie keep her Gallery and grow after her family and ex stifled her? This is the 2nd book in "The Deacons of Bourbon Street" series and while I did like it, I didn't feel it had the grittiness of the first book featuring Ajax and Sophie. Travis getting a degree and starting a business may have ground down some of his grittiness. The way his mother betrayed him was so sad, like he didn't have a horrible childhood already. I don't know if he can ever come to terms with it. Billie played it safe most of her life and Travis certainly was no way safe. She also got to meet the man in him too and he wasn't so bad... I felt like I kind of bonded with Billie there. I always find good in someone even of I don't like them for the most part, lol. They did give somewhat of a hint on why Priest disbanded and sent the guys away but I know there is more to the story besides "a job gone bad". So, I will have to continue with the series to satisfy my curiosity!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    Leigh's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews I am loving this story and the overall concept of this series. Four different authors, each telling the story of a different MC brother, while also continuing the overarching story of the death of their club president. It’s something different after reading a lot of repetition in stories out there. I love the world that has been created in my mind with the descriptions of the French Quarter, so colorful and vivid that I can almost feel the Lou Leigh's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews I am loving this story and the overall concept of this series. Four different authors, each telling the story of a different MC brother, while also continuing the overarching story of the death of their club president. It’s something different after reading a lot of repetition in stories out there. I love the world that has been created in my mind with the descriptions of the French Quarter, so colorful and vivid that I can almost feel the Louisiana heat beating down. And I love the Deacons. The two we have met so far are over the top Alpha, but have a soft spot for their women when they fall in love. After reading the first two books in this series, I’ve got itchy fingers for the release of the third. But while I am loving this story, I sadly did not fall deeply in love with this particular installment. I certainly enjoyed it, but coming off of the first book, I had a higher expectation for this one. The story that was there was fantastic. I adored the first 80% of this book! It just ended too quickly with too many unanswered questions. The death of their MC president was understandably not solved when there are two more books to go. There was just too rushed a feeling to end this story and not close up all of the loose ends. Travis “Cash” Sinclair has returned to the Crescent City for Priest’s funeral, and now along with his brothers Ajax, Bleu and Prince, he is investigating whether the death was truly an accident. As part of Priest’s will, Travis has inherited their former clubhouse, now the home of a bohemian art gallery and its proprietor, Billie. Billie is sweet and kind, and very likable, and her desire for Travis is proof that opposites attract. Travis is the sexy bad-boy personified, and his background story is heartbreaking. Watching these two fall for one another and try to fight the attraction, each because of fears of their own, is sweet and dirty and satisfying. So far, so good. They are both on cloud nine, basking in their new (and pretty instant) love. And then Travis is colossal a jerk. And then he realizes he’s wrong. Happily ever after. The end. Whoa Nellie! Did I miss something? Without disclosing anything that would be spoilerish, the relationship got wrapped up in a nice little bow too quickly. The actions of some of the peripheral characters, who played a role in the story and Travis and Billie’s relationship, never had their motives explained, and there was no resolution. Perhaps I am jumping the gun and this will be further explained in future books, but I doubt it as they were more germane to Travis’ story than trying to find Priest’s possible killer. Nonetheless, I did truly enjoy this book and following this story of an unconventional MC. Review copy provided for an honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Sanchez

    Arc Provided by Netgalley I really loved this book, there was a new twist to the MC Romance novel here. We have a broken up MC, The Deacons of Bourbon Street, with men who had to give up their brotherhood and go out and find a place in the world they had turned their backs on. The story brings Travis "Cash" Sinclair back to New Orleans, a place he swear he hates from the pain and betrayal he felt when he left here. When Priest Lombard , the former President of the Deacons, dies the club members re Arc Provided by Netgalley I really loved this book, there was a new twist to the MC Romance novel here. We have a broken up MC, The Deacons of Bourbon Street, with men who had to give up their brotherhood and go out and find a place in the world they had turned their backs on. The story brings Travis "Cash" Sinclair back to New Orleans, a place he swear he hates from the pain and betrayal he felt when he left here. When Priest Lombard , the former President of the Deacons, dies the club members return to show support and handle the inheritance he left them behind. In one of these, the formal clubhouse, he finds a beautiful gallery and an even more beautiful woman running it. Billie Taylor moved to NOLA to start her life again after finalizing a divorce with a man who no longer supported her dreams, even if her family loved his and he fit their perfect mold. While successfully running here gallery, she never expects to meet Travis or be so taken with the man he is and the potential she sees in him. From the first meeting these two have a love of chemistry and a whole lot of attitude. I love the way the story unfolds and how these two bring out the best in each other and work to build the other one up. This was a great read and makes you want to read the other stories and unveil the rest of the mysteries.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Filipe

    As far as Biker Series goes, this one has certainly been a heck of a lot of fun! Sexy, Smooth and Sweet, Rachael Johns installment of the Deacons of Bourbon Street is not to be missed. If you have read the first in the series, MAKE YOU BURN by Megan Crane, then you would have already met Travis "Cash" Sinclair, one of the four original members who have come back together in order to say goodbye to their dead president. Cash has inherited some of the "Deacons" property, which happens to be in use As far as Biker Series goes, this one has certainly been a heck of a lot of fun! Sexy, Smooth and Sweet, Rachael Johns installment of the Deacons of Bourbon Street is not to be missed. If you have read the first in the series, MAKE YOU BURN by Megan Crane, then you would have already met Travis "Cash" Sinclair, one of the four original members who have come back together in order to say goodbye to their dead president. Cash has inherited some of the "Deacons" property, which happens to be in use by Billie Taylor, an art gallery owner, who also lives above the shop. Just so happens that Cash is going to be staying there as well. Their chemistry isn't as "explosive" as Ajax and Sophie (MAKE YOU BURN), but more of a slow sizzle. But when they finally come together, it was sensual, sultry and just flat out HOT! I love that book one was dirty and raunchy, and book two has more of a "Sweet" vibe. I love that we really get the different "author voices" with each installment, so there is something for everyone. Sometimes I was Dirty, sometimes I want Sweet...The Deacons of Bourbon Street Series is the Perfect Combination!! Great for a reader newbie to the MC World!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bibliophile Wonderland Reviews

    Travis aka Cash wants nothing to with the Deacons anymore. He just wants to sell the properties to the highest bidder. Then go back to his life in Tallahassee Florida. Ajax, Blue, and Prince want to avenge Priest death. Billie an Aussie who left home to get away from her ex husband. She wanted a fresh start. She leased out the old Deacons clubhouse. Now its in present day the glorified clubhouse is a art gallery. Cash comes in guns blazing ready to kick out Billie. He tells her not to get too co Travis aka Cash wants nothing to with the Deacons anymore. He just wants to sell the properties to the highest bidder. Then go back to his life in Tallahassee Florida. Ajax, Blue, and Prince want to avenge Priest death. Billie an Aussie who left home to get away from her ex husband. She wanted a fresh start. She leased out the old Deacons clubhouse. Now its in present day the glorified clubhouse is a art gallery. Cash comes in guns blazing ready to kick out Billie. He tells her not to get too comfortable that he is the new owner not Sophie. He tells her his plans to do with the place. She had no other place to go. Cash is a pain in her ass, but can’t help but be attracted to him. Just like the first book in the series it was hot. This was full of surprise. I didn’t’ expect to be that different from the other book. We get to see how Cash got into the Deacons and what made him how he is now. I loved both their back-stories, they are so related. ARC was provided by author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Travis "Cash" Sinclair vowed her would never return to the Deacon's club after the President sent him away. Now the President of the Deacons has passed away and the former members are questioning if his death was really an accident. Travis did not expect to find a gallery in the old club and a free spirited woman who peaks his interest. Billie Taylor can't believe the arrogance of Travis, he waltzes in as if he owns the place. Well he does, but Billie is not giving it up without a fight. Sparks Travis "Cash" Sinclair vowed her would never return to the Deacon's club after the President sent him away. Now the President of the Deacons has passed away and the former members are questioning if his death was really an accident. Travis did not expect to find a gallery in the old club and a free spirited woman who peaks his interest. Billie Taylor can't believe the arrogance of Travis, he waltzes in as if he owns the place. Well he does, but Billie is not giving it up without a fight. Sparks fly and the chemistry becomes undeniable. As Billie and Travis make a truce they grow close and become lovers. Problem is feelings are getting involved and Travis has no intentions of staying. Full review on Single Titles http://singletitles.com/?p=10835

  16. 4 out of 5

    Heather andrews

    Travis sure knows how to woo a lady, "he sighed as if exasperated by her. “Because I’m hungry. I feel like beignets and I know how much you like them. Are you coming or not?" He knows how to knock a lady's sock off, "I’m getting rid of the condom and then I’m taking a shower,” he said as he headed for her bedroom door. “You can join me if you want." He truly knows the way to a woman's heart, "if you agree to be my old lady, you’ll make me the happiest guy in the world and I promise you, our rela Travis sure knows how to woo a lady, "he sighed as if exasperated by her. “Because I’m hungry. I feel like beignets and I know how much you like them. Are you coming or not?" He knows how to knock a lady's sock off, "I’m getting rid of the condom and then I’m taking a shower,” he said as he headed for her bedroom door. “You can join me if you want." He truly knows the way to a woman's heart, "if you agree to be my old lady, you’ll make me the happiest guy in the world and I promise you, our relationship will be one of mutual respect, encouragement, fun and lots and lots of great sex." I enjoyed this book I really love Travis and Billie that girl knows how to hold her ground.

  17. 4 out of 5

    B.E.Love

    4 1/2 stars, after reading book one and seeing this offered on NetGallery I knew I wanted to read this. When I first read book one which stood out among a lot of MC books and hearing each of the four books would be written by different authors I knew I had to see how this would turn out. Lets be honest this could be a complete disaster because even if the books were good they could completely not fit at all and who knows the books could have all been really bad and not fit, the flows could be of 4 1/2 stars, after reading book one and seeing this offered on NetGallery I knew I wanted to read this. When I first read book one which stood out among a lot of MC books and hearing each of the four books would be written by different authors I knew I had to see how this would turn out. Lets be honest this could be a complete disaster because even if the books were good they could completely not fit at all and who knows the books could have all been really bad and not fit, the flows could be off. There is so much that could go wrong with four very different authors coming together to write a MC series but so far with two books down this is turning out to be a brilliant idea. Yes each book has a different hero and heroine but these authors seem to have landed on a great idea and learned to work together to created an amazing world with a huge story waiting to be completely told. Travis came home when Priest died and even though Priest rejected him and sent him away Travis came home to pay his respects. Coming home and immediately wanting to leave Travis finds out that they were left everything and more surprising that Priest may have been killed. Walking into one of their new properties Travis comes face to face with Billie the woman who took over one of their buildings. Billie is not what he would usually want but seeing her he can't deny how he feels and wants her right away even if he doesn't quite understand it all. Billie left a life of being everyones disappointment and always being told what to do and found a home and happiness in New Orleans. When the owner died and one of the new owners came over Billie couldn't deny his good looks or that Travis was a jerk demanding a room in her business and home. The longer Travis is in town the more New Orleans gets under his skin again and each moment spend with Billie is another moment They begin to fall in love but New Orleans isn't Travis home and once the MC finds out what happened to their late president Travis plans to leave. But plans are made to be broken and truths are coming out at every turn surprising everyone and revealing more to the story that has yet to be told. I really loved Travis and Billie they were perfect for each other and just what each other needed. Travis came in with a huge chip on his shoulder about his home town and quickly came to realize what and who his real home was. I loved the twist that was added and though I guessed it I still loved it and think it added just another dimension to this book and series. Usually I hate a story that is drawn out but with this one I don't feel like the story is drawn out, and I'm loving learning more and guessing how everything will turn out. I absolutely love that New Orleans is like another character in this book and I love that some of New Orleans history is told in there books as well as about New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina, it's all so interesting and I hope that we get even more of this in the following books. This is a series I couldn't stop reading if I wanted to not only am I loving it but I want to see how the other two author incorporate their style into the next two books as well as wrap it all up and show us everything we still don't know.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Talk Books To Me

    I love all things NOLA!!! My sister and I stay at Place d’Armes on St. Ann and we walk the quarter and walk and walk! I too love walking each street and discovering a new gallery or shop. We were just there in July and I truly hope we get back there again! That said, Billie’s love of Café du Monde had me salivating! I love the coffee and the beignets! So the setting of this Deacons of Bourbon Street was bang on and I loved it. But, there were a few gaps in the story for me. First…Why did Rolley I love all things NOLA!!! My sister and I stay at Place d’Armes on St. Ann and we walk the quarter and walk and walk! I too love walking each street and discovering a new gallery or shop. We were just there in July and I truly hope we get back there again! That said, Billie’s love of Café du Monde had me salivating! I love the coffee and the beignets! So the setting of this Deacons of Bourbon Street was bang on and I loved it. But, there were a few gaps in the story for me. First…Why did Rolley know so much about Cash??? Prince was mentioned, but we didn’t meet him or Blue very much. Ajax was featured more, but he and Cash were strained so the “bromance” I was expecting was not up to the level that I want and love about MC romances. Travis “Cash” Sinclair…love him! Tragic, bad childhood, finds a home in the brotherhood only to have it all lost when he believes his president throws him away. Fast forward 10 years and some clean living…Travis is now his own man, who secretly misses the brotherhood and his home town. Billie is a transplant from down under who falls in love with New Orleans, beignets, art and Travis! The lovin’ was good and the angst was a bit contrived…but the end was like BOOM…done. I wanted more…guess I am going to have to wait for Blue or Prince’s book to get some more! Enjoy!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bette Hansen

    Really enjoyed this book! This is the second in the Deacons of Bourbon Street series and in my opinion, this series really should be read in order to truly understand everything that is going on. This book centers around Travis Sinclair or Cash to the brothers. He's not at all happy about being back in NOLA and is ready to leave the city and memories behind him. Unfortunately his business here isn't quite finished and he can't leave until it is. Getting rid of the tenant in a building he inherit Really enjoyed this book! This is the second in the Deacons of Bourbon Street series and in my opinion, this series really should be read in order to truly understand everything that is going on. This book centers around Travis Sinclair or Cash to the brothers. He's not at all happy about being back in NOLA and is ready to leave the city and memories behind him. Unfortunately his business here isn't quite finished and he can't leave until it is. Getting rid of the tenant in a building he inherited is his first priority, too bad she is one sexy little pixie that really does it for him. Billie Taylor has had it with domineering men. So why the hell is she so attracted to Travis? She should be running hard and fast in the opposite direction. In this battle of wills can anyone really win? Maybe both of them? This is very well written and really moves the story along. I'm definitely a fan of Travis! This is a book and series I would recommend.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    DNF @ 18% I can handle an asshole hero and I can even sometimes handle sex scenes with other women before the hero and heroine hook up but when you combine the two together it completely ruins any chance of redemption in my eyes... Not even gonna bother going any further with this one. *ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kathymarie

    *ARC of Fire Me Up by Rachael Johns provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Fire Me Up tells the story of Travis-- former MC member, former outlaw, current security analyist--and Billie—recently divorced, former artist, current gallery proprietor. Travis returns to New Orleans to pay his respects when Priest, the President of “The Deacons” (Travis’s old MC), dies mysteriously. He feels obligated to stay and help his “brothers” get to the bottom of the suspicious death. *ARC of Fire Me Up by Rachael Johns provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Fire Me Up tells the story of Travis-- former MC member, former outlaw, current security analyist--and Billie—recently divorced, former artist, current gallery proprietor. Travis returns to New Orleans to pay his respects when Priest, the President of “The Deacons” (Travis’s old MC), dies mysteriously. He feels obligated to stay and help his “brothers” get to the bottom of the suspicious death. Travis, along with three other Deacons, inherits the building that Billie rents for her gallery and apartment and he decides he’s going to stay there while he finishes up his work the MC. **SPOILERS AHEAD** Although the premise of the story seemed promising, there were some flaws in the writing that just made it fall short for me. The first of which are the logistics of Travis staying with Billie. He basically forces himself in and tells her he CAN since he now owns the building. Travis tells her that if she doesn’t like it she can call a lawyer, but based on her rent, he assumes she can’t afford one. She all but says, “welp, ok!” Didn’t even ask him for like, proof. Or, I don’t know, call the cops and say, “there’s a scary man demanding to live in my apartment”? Billie keeps repeating that she will never fall into another relationship like her marriage, one where she lost herself and was controlled. She came to NOLA to spread her wings. However, her actions say otherwise. Travis basically treats her like crap, then once he apologizes, she’s totes cool. After a week together, she’s traded in her flowery, long skirts for biker babe attire and a tattoo on her ass! After he ruins her life, all he has to do is come back, put some Neosporin on her butt and say he’s sorry. That’s it! He RUINED her whole career, but he did tell to keep drawing (which her ex didn’t support), so it’s all good? I think that was one of the biggest flaws of the book: the development of the characters. They felt flat. We were told about them instead of getting to know them through plot development. Travis went from the most horrible man ever to Mr. Lovey-Dovey. I didn’t buy the transformation. Billie was supposedly some kind of artsy-bohemian, but... nah, she wasn't. The plot was ok, but not riveting. We were told a list of activities that occurred during the time when Billie and Travis fell in love, rather than taken with them on the ride. I didn’t feel any connection to their story or them. ::shrugs shoulders:: The most exciting part was when Travis had a fight with his mom. Yep, his mom. The best part of this book was the way that Johns writes about New Orleans. She so brought it to life that it felt like it was a character in and of itself. Priest’s murder was never solved, although Travis did find one clue. I am assuming that will lead into the next book. I don’t care enough about these characters to read on to find out though. Nitpicky issue: I realize that the author lives in Austrailia, but Americans don't call vacations "holidays" and an MC member would never refer to his Harley as a "motorbike."

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bambi Unbridled

    This is the second installment of the Deacons of Bourbon Street series, with each book being penned by a different author. The first book, Make You Burn, we met the dirty-talking raw and gritty, Ajax and his old lady, the stoic Sophie. In this installment, our male lead is Cash (Travis) who, since being exiled from the Deacons, has been working as a security analyst in Tallahassee. Cash got his name because he was good with computers and finances. Our female lead is Billie, the artist who rents This is the second installment of the Deacons of Bourbon Street series, with each book being penned by a different author. The first book, Make You Burn, we met the dirty-talking raw and gritty, Ajax and his old lady, the stoic Sophie. In this installment, our male lead is Cash (Travis) who, since being exiled from the Deacons, has been working as a security analyst in Tallahassee. Cash got his name because he was good with computers and finances. Our female lead is Billie, the artist who rents the Deacons' old clubhouse for her art store and apartment. I actually liked Travis more than I did Ajax. While Ajax certainly got steamy in the bedroom, he was pretty much an ass the rest of the time. Travis' character was a little more deep, and we had more back story on him to make him interesting. He was steamy too (think Liam Hemsworth in leather), but I think we lost some of the heat from of the first book. I also liked the cute and quirky Billie. The descriptions of New Orleans from her eyes were great, and I liked the jaunt to follow part of her ghost tour. There is even a female tour guide here who is an Aussie... so she may get a kick out of this book. At least through Billie's eyes, the city doesn't sound like its ALL so dirty and vomit-laced (though Bourbon Street is definitely like that). While I liked these characters better, for some reason I disconnected with the story after they got together the first time. I have no idea what happened. Don't get me wrong - I still liked it. I just lost the passion somewhere. The conversation between Travis and Billie was sometimes a little awkward, like the romantic that just didn't fit with the biker leather. I loved the descriptions of Billie's sketches of Cash and his tattoos... I got a good picture of those in my head. But seriously, it wouldn't be hard to imagine a tattooed Hemsworth sketched out on paper. And I have definitely seen the other artwork around town that played a part in this book, particularly the cutlery animals. I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 3.5 stars / 3 flames.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Deborah

    Didn't work for me. I do love a good MC book so when I noticed this on NetGalley I put in my request, the blurb sounded good and I liked the idea of it being set in New Orleans, I think this is the first MC book I've read that's been set there it's also the first book I've read by this author. I didn't realise when I requested this that it was actually book 2 in the 'Deacons of Bourbon Street' and while it was ok as a standalone I did feel I was missing information and background on the club in pa Didn't work for me. I do love a good MC book so when I noticed this on NetGalley I put in my request, the blurb sounded good and I liked the idea of it being set in New Orleans, I think this is the first MC book I've read that's been set there it's also the first book I've read by this author. I didn't realise when I requested this that it was actually book 2 in the 'Deacons of Bourbon Street' and while it was ok as a standalone I did feel I was missing information and background on the club in particular. Travis 'Cash' Sinclair left the MC ten years ago and has made a success of his life, he now lives in Tallahassee and can't wait to get back there, New Orleans is history, it's his past, a past we didn't have enough information on but since this is book 2 and I hate it when authors repeat themselves I can't complain I just wish I'd have known this was book 2 while I was reading. Anyway, enough moaning, Travis has been left a share in some properties so he's here to sell up and get out that is until he comes across Billy the tenant on one of the properties. Billy is Australian and after a bad marriage to a controlling man she's finally found happiness in New Orleans running a gallery selling local art, the rent is low and life is good, that is until Travis strolls in looking far too good and awakening feelings she'd forgotten she had. Ok, so far so good but unfortunately it didn't stay that way, for a start I never connected to the characters or felt any real chemistry between them, it also blew very hot and cold, one minute they don't want each other, then they're all over each other then.... Billy in particular seemed to contradict herself at every turn and although I have a soft spot for big handsome bikers and Travis certainly fit the bill but by the end I wasn't keen on him either, his temper tantrums kind of took the shine off. ARC from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

  24. 5 out of 5

    S.M. Harshell

    **I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.** Travis, road name Cash, came back to NOLA to pay his respects to Priest, the President of the Deacons Motorcycle Club. Travis has been out of the life for the last ten years. New Orleans is the last place he wants to be. After the reading of Priest's will, Travis finds out that he, along with the other brothers, has been left property. Property he wants nothing to do with. He wants to be back in Tallahassee to the life h **I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.** Travis, road name Cash, came back to NOLA to pay his respects to Priest, the President of the Deacons Motorcycle Club. Travis has been out of the life for the last ten years. New Orleans is the last place he wants to be. After the reading of Priest's will, Travis finds out that he, along with the other brothers, has been left property. Property he wants nothing to do with. He wants to be back in Tallahassee to the life he's been living outside of the club. Stuck in New Orleans until some decision is made about the property either being sold or his portion is bought out. He decides to move into the old club house. The club house has been turned into an art gallery. An art gallery run by Billie. Billie and Travis have a hot and cold relationship. Billie can't believe what a jerk Travis is. Travis can't get over the woman running a gallery in the clubhouse. I am really enjoying this series. I HAVE to know what happened ten years ago that had Priest sending the brothers away and what happened to Priest. I need answers. Fire Me Up started a little slow for me but when it finally got going I couldn't put it down. I am enjoying this different take on a motorcycle club series. I can't wait for the next one.

  25. 5 out of 5

    LeeAnne

    3.5 Stars I enjoyed it but I’m still left with so many questions unanswered, I’m not a fan of having to read 4 books before the questions are answered. This isn’t your typical MC read, 10 years ago 4 brothers from the Deacons of Bourbon MC were banished from New Orleans by their president Priest after a run went terribly wrong. Now Priest has been murdered and the brothers have been summoned home to attend the funeral and to bring Priest’s killer to justice. Travis has made a new life for himself 3.5 Stars I enjoyed it but I’m still left with so many questions unanswered, I’m not a fan of having to read 4 books before the questions are answered. This isn’t your typical MC read, 10 years ago 4 brothers from the Deacons of Bourbon MC were banished from New Orleans by their president Priest after a run went terribly wrong. Now Priest has been murdered and the brothers have been summoned home to attend the funeral and to bring Priest’s killer to justice. Travis has made a new life for himself and wants to go back to it after the funeral but the new club president Ajax isn’t allowing it. When the brothers discover that they own several properties around the quarter Travis decides to stay in the old clubhouse, occupied by the gorgeous, eccentric Billie. Travis warns Billie that the art gallery she’s running out of the old clubhouse will be closed down soon and this causes arguments between the two. At the same time Travis can’t figure out why he’s attracted to this crazy woman. The relationship between Travis and Billie develops very quickly with a lot of back and forth in between. On top of that we still have the mystery of who murdered Priest mixed in with several other unanswered questions. I read a lot of MC romances and while this one wasn’t one of my favorites it was pretty good. I’m invested now and will continue to read the remaining two books so that I can find out what happens to Priest! I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kris

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads I have been really enjoying this series! This installment is about Cash and Andrea. Cash reluctantly comes back to NOLA to pay his respects to Priest, his fallen club pres. He sure doesn't expect to stick around or fall in love with a bohemian artist who's taken over the clubs courtyard with her art gallery. I thought cash and Andrea displayed good chemistry. Andrea was a well written love interest. She's rebounding from a di I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads I have been really enjoying this series! This installment is about Cash and Andrea. Cash reluctantly comes back to NOLA to pay his respects to Priest, his fallen club pres. He sure doesn't expect to stick around or fall in love with a bohemian artist who's taken over the clubs courtyard with her art gallery. I thought cash and Andrea displayed good chemistry. Andrea was a well written love interest. She's rebounding from a divorce from her controlling ex and sure isn't looking for another so called Alpha male. The dance her and Cash find themselves involved in is an enjoyable read. Would have liked to hear more from past book characters Ajax and Sophie.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten

    Wow! This book was so many things put into one book! I absolutely loved this book and couldn't put it down. I loved Billie and Travis both and the chemistry they had was just so amazing. I loved how Billie stood up for herself and wouldn't let Travis walk all over her, and I loved how Travis learned how to love. To be honest, I really enjoyed that the story wasn't completely about the biking world and it mainly focused on Billie and Travis' relationship. Although I am intrigued to find out more Wow! This book was so many things put into one book! I absolutely loved this book and couldn't put it down. I loved Billie and Travis both and the chemistry they had was just so amazing. I loved how Billie stood up for herself and wouldn't let Travis walk all over her, and I loved how Travis learned how to love. To be honest, I really enjoyed that the story wasn't completely about the biking world and it mainly focused on Billie and Travis' relationship. Although I am intrigued to find out more about what happened to Priest.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Doris

    ARC provided in exchange for a honest review. This is the first book that I have read from Rachael Johns, while it was an ok read, it wasn't what I would rate more than 3 stars. The two main characters did not hold my attention and the plot did not have that spark that I look for. It was a good read and for some they may enjoy it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    I received a free copy of this book from the author on Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. The book is terrific. The writing is excellent. The love scenes are fantastic & hot. No spoiler here, but the end of the book was abrupt, no hint as to the subject of the next books' main character. Who will be next? I'm hoping it's Blues turn next! I cannot wait to find out. I received a free copy of this book from the author on Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. The book is terrific. The writing is excellent. The love scenes are fantastic & hot. No spoiler here, but the end of the book was abrupt, no hint as to the subject of the next books' main character. Who will be next? I'm hoping it's Blues turn next! I cannot wait to find out.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    Fire Me Up continues the story of the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC. This book is the story of Travis “Cash” Sinclair and Billie Taylor who loathe each other in the beginning but have such undeniable chemistry. This is a sweet, sexy, steamy read. I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading more from this group of authors. I received an ARC of this book through NetGalley.

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