Protective Alpha Reunites with Hot Single Mother.
Rocco Caldo is tall, dark, and handsome, but not interested in love. Loyal to a fault, he can’t turn away an old friend in need or a beautiful woman on the run…especially when they have unfinished business.
Rebel Bishop is a single mom, looking for shelter, not a handout. But when her path crosses with an old flame, they uncover an ember of passion that’s been smoldering inside them both for over a decade
Can they move beyond their tragic pasts, allowing the flame to burn bright into their future?
Ember is the seventh full-length standalone novel in the Men of Inked Heatwave series by USA Today bestselling author Chelle Bliss.
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
Rocco is hot
Rocco is delicious and Rebel is one lucky girl.
They haven’t seen each other since they met 10 years ago. An accident changed their lives forever and set a wedge between them for ten years.
Now Rebel is back in town and Rocco has certainly noticed her. She’s a mom on the run and he’s more than happy to help her. Help her with her ex, help her in life, and definitely help her in bed.
Rocco has a big family and a fiercely loving mom in Izzy Caldo. What will they think of Rebel? Will they accept her daughter by another man? Will they accept her? Is Rocco even worth trying for?
Uncertainty and self doubt keep Rebel from falling too hard. Love and patience keeps Rocco going. Can they find their happily ever after, or are some things better left in the past?
The story was good, but they’re basically all the same trouble girl , someone chasing her. Troubled past. Basically the same plot different characters. For five dollars change it up.
I’ve read 7 of these books now and I have been so impressed with how she captures each unique person in their narration of things. It’s not often I find that narrators have such defined personalities and it’s not easy to change your narration style to fit different characters. These books are really well written and a great escape.