Dylan Walsh left his small town behind and vowed to never return. But when his brother needs help, Dylan steps back into the memories he tried so hard to forget. He thought there was nothing there for him anymore until a woman he knew as a little girl catches more than Dylan’s eye.
Rosie Gallo is known for her kind spirit, good-girl vibes, and her loyalty to the ones she loves. She’s spent her entire life avoiding the Walshes, knowing her father’s distaste for the family. But when Rosie’s ditched during a disastrous date, it’s a Walsh who puts a smile back on her face.
The attraction is easy, but the complications are many.
Can Dylan prove that he is more than his troubled past? Or is he as bad as the good girl next door always believed him to be?
Ashes is the ninth full-length standalone novel in the Men of Inked Heatwave series by Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author Chelle Bliss. Ashes is a forbidden, age gap, small town romance featuring a hot biker and a wild ride.
Men of Inked: Heatwave Series:
• Book 1 - Flame
• Book 2 - Burn
• Book 3 - Wildfire
• Book 4 - Blaze
• Book 5 - Ignite
• Book 6 - Spark
• Book 7 - Ember
• Book 8 - Singe
• Book 9 - Ashes
• Book 10 - Scorch
This one is hot…deep…a lot of back and forth…which is great…and brings a blush to ones face in certain spots…and a flush…the Gallos never fail to entertain and inspire one with their ways..,and Rosie and Dylan are a perfect match
It’s still epic !!!!
Bliss like her last name that’s all you feel after reading her books. Dylan and Ros story is another installment of the Gallo family it’s been and continues to be a epic ride I’d love to see a spin of of Walsh boys !!!!
Amazing Forbidden Romance
I finished Ashes last night. OMG!! Chelle Bliss is a goddess with a laptop. I cannot move on. This story was so touching, so beautiful. When this review is done I going to read it again and maybe again after that.
I need the author's talent for writing. I am struggling to put in to words why Ashes was so fantastic without spoilers. Dylan Walsh has risen from the ashes. He grew up with an abusive father. He was surrounded by those that judged him for his father's actions. When he left home at 18; his six brothers turned on him. When his brother, Ian, calls him home, after more than fifteen years, it is his chance to be reborn, to be accepted, as he saves his brother.
A night at a bar visiting Ian, Dylan finds himself saving a damsel in distress. Dylan meets up with his old neighbor, Rosie Gallo. Years have passed and they have been very good to her. Rosie is no longer the little girl that played in the yard next door. She is a beautiful woman. The connection is strong, but denial is stronger. Yet, Dylan always seems to be there when Rosie needs him.
Dylan and Rosie's story made for great entertainment. She is the forbidden fruit. Or is it that he is forbidden? When you add in the rest of the Gallos; hold on to your hat for it is going to be a wild ride. Grandma Gallo is just as opinionated as ever. Gotta love that woman. Advice jumps off the pages. Pike and Mammoth bring on the the "been their, done that" attitude to kick Dylan back into reality. The laughs. The expletives. The tears. Sign me up for more.