Review of Blaze’s Spitfire (Dublin Falls Archangel’s Warriors MC, Book #9) by Ciara St. James

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

An angsty, frustrating awesome read

Blaze has returned from helping the Louisville chapter of the Archangels Warriors set up a bike repair and custom work business. He knows that a new mechanic has been hired for the auto shop, but he doesn’t know who it is. He has a history with auto shops and women being involved in them from his past and he is not a fan, so when he finds out that the new hire is a woman, his prejudice comes to the forefront and he can’t help himself from showing it.

Teagan is the younger sister of a prospect for the Dublin Falls Archangel’s Warriors and a really good mechanic. When the danger of her past coming back to destroy her or harm her, she decides to move to Dublin Falls where her brother is to be sure that she is safe. She’s attracted to the biker that just returned, but their first meeting was not a good one and the fact that he despises her for some reason keeps her away from him, until she’s attacked, then all bets are off.

This story was angsty, frustrating, sexy, and great. These two have to work so hard for a relationship and neither one of them seems to be able to communicate properly or to keep themselves from saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. They are explosive together and when they are trying to be together. They both need to shup up, think before they talk, and stay focused on what is going on around them. The trouble is that they both have insecurities and they come to the surface all the time when these two interact. I love the book and the characters. I loved that Tanner stands up to anyone to protect his little sister, even if he is a prospect. I give this book a 5-star review and can’t wait for more of Ciara’s books.

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