Review of Torches Tornado (Dublin Falls Archangel’s Warriors MC, Book 6) by Ciara St. James

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

I love this series and the characters in it. The women keep getting better with each one that is brought into the fold of the DFAW MC. They are tough, strong, survivors, independent, sexy, and when they submit to their warrior, it only gets better.

Torch knows that his brothers that are married or in a committed relationship are happy and he’s happy for them, but he’s not sure he’s ready for that just yet. That is until one night when he says that he’ll check in on the bar and Brooklyn for her family and their employees to make sure all is okay. His initial impression is that she is beautiful, but when a customer gets a bit out of hand, Torch’s attraction to Brooklyn skyrockets when he sees her in action taking care of herself.

Brooklyn has agreed to help her aunt and uncle out at the Warriors bar while her uncle is recovering. She’s been sheltered for a long time and has a very overprotective father, so her getting her freedom to go to Tennessee from Florida to help out is monumental, but situations come up where her father heads to Tennessee and then the pressure is on. Danger is lurking around corners and Torch is determined to convincer Brooklyn’s father that he and his brothers can protect her and keep her safe, but it seems that there is one thing after another.

I am so in love with and in awe of Ciara St. James’ characters and her writing. She always manages to pull out the best in her characters and books when she adds a new book to a series. Her men are tough, loyal, sexy, and very protective; her women are strong, sassy, funny, sexy, and independent. I fall in love with each book and character when I read them and am always looking forward to the next book to come out. I give this book a 5-star review and am excited for more to come soon.

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