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Arrow's Hell (Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club Book 2) by [Fernando, Chantal]
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Editorial Reviews


“There is plenty of attitude, sass, and very hot sex. Fernando also throws in a major twist that will have long-reaching consequences for the club in future installments.” (--Booklist)

"A gripping, sexy ride set in the gritty MC world, with a twist you won't see coming." (NYT bestselling author Penelope Ward)

"Cheek heating, gut wrenching, and beautifully delivered!" (Bella Jewel, USA Today bestselling author)

"Chantal has a magical way with Alpha males. This book has great chemistry and intrigue. I was swept up in the storyline." (-Pepper Winters, NYT & USA Today Best Selling author)

"Chantal Fernando knows how to draw you in and keep you hooked. Dragon’s Lair is a biker book unlike any other, proving a bad ass chick can tame even the wildest of men. A heroine for the strong-willed women and an MC of hot bikers not to be missed." (-Angela Graham, New York Times & USA Today Best Selling Author)

About the Author

Chantal Fernando is the New York Times bestselling author of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club series and the Maybe series, along with several other novels. She lives in Western Australia, where she is working on her next book. Find her online at, and on Twitter and Facebook.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2234 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Gallery Books (June 16, 2015)
  • Publication Date: June 16, 2015
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00P42WOBW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,764 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read Dragon's Lair about a year ago. I hope Chantal will be able to publish the next book much faster. I don't remember much from Book 1 already beside of the laugh out loud humor. In Arrow's Hell, the humor had been toned down a lot.

When I read the prologue, which is in Arrow's POV, I was thinking 'we have a winner here!'. Arrow had been guilt ridden on what happened to his girl, Mary in the previous book. It had been 5 years and he never able to move on. Poor guy was celibate, mind you. Until the day, his Wind Dragon MC brother, Rake brought his younger sister, Anna into their life, Arrow finally felt desire for the first time since Mary.

Is such a shame that Arrow only got his POV in prologue and epilogue, the rest of the story was solely from Anna's POV. She was back in town for her post-doctorate program and being the sister of a MC brother, she had a legion of scary men watching out for her, much to her annoyance.

Anna was portrayed as smart, brave and beautiful. Both she and Arrow had shared a special kind of attraction towards each other from their first meeting. However, Arrow still very much moping around with his tattered heart and Anna couldn't help but want to make this sad man smile for once.

I know I'm suppose to fall for their slightly forbidden romance because Arrow is not suppose to have feelings for Rake's little sister. While Anna was experiencing the whole unrequited love because she thought Arrow is still mourning for Mary.

But I don't feel much emotion towards their romance. To me, all their interaction consist of Arrow being grumpy and cold towards Anna, while she tried to engage with some one sided conversation with him. Then all of a sudden, they both got serious and Arrow had to 'talk it out' with Rake.
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**I received an ARC through Netgalley courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review.**

**My review contains spoilers if you haven't read Dragon's Lair.**

Five years later, Arrow is still grieving the loss of Mary. He feels responsible for her death and he feels guilty for how he treated her. He's quiet and moody - no longer the carefree, fun loving brother.

Anna is Rake's younger sister. She's come home to finish graduate school and to be close to her brother. Anna immediately is into Arrow and he feels a stirring for her as well but he resists.

Much of this book is the back and forth I want you, I don't want you on both their parts. Anna has few TSTL moments but she's new to the biker world so I was quick to forgive. There was an interesting surprise regarding Arrow's revenge on Mary's killers. I mean what are the odds? Plus there was a discrepancy that I had an issue with - Arrow says he hasn't been with anyone since what happened to Mary. But we know from Faye's pov in Dragon's Lair he was drowning himself in women. So say he's telling the truth - I just don't buy it. Five years in prison and he still didn't get a woman first thing when he got out? Bulls***. It sounds more like Fernando changed her mind about what she wanted for Arrow's character.

I mostly liked this book but you can tell it was cleaned up by a traditional publisher. It seemed cookie cutter, it didn't have that certain charm that's pure Chantal Fernando that Dragon's Lair had. But I'll keep reading the series, I'm invested and excited for Tracker's story.
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I was super excited to read this book but it was just Predictable..nothing I haven't read before. girl wants boy boy afraid due to his past. Boy screws other chicks to get said girl out of his mind .same story line different title. Loved Dragons Lair but Arrows Helll I struggled to finish
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Growing up all Anna and Rake had was each other. Years later they have both changed and though they love each other life has separated them till Anna comes back to be closer to her brother. Five years later Arrow still deals with the guilt of Mary's death so when he see's Anna he is shocked at the emotions she brings to him and sets about to do everything to stay away from her. Anna knows there is something about Arrow she wants to be around and get to know better but the biker is silent and broody all the time.

With Rake being Anna's brother Anna is under the protection of the MC so Arrow see's her a lot and soon he can't deny that he wants her but his guilt for Mary stops him. Anna wants Arrow and just when she thinks she is making strides at getting him he pulls away. And when Anna learn about Mary she wonders if Arrow could ever care about her when he can't get past Mary. As they continue to spend time together Arrow moves on and Anna wonders if she should too. When it seems they might have a chance the repercussions of Arrows decisions to get even with Mary's killers may blow back on them now, and Arrow will have to decide if he can get past Mary's death and if he can ;I've without Anna.

I loved book one in this series and couldn't wait for book two. When I first heard it was Arrow I was surprised that he was getting a book but happy he would get his happy ending. This book started off great the flow was great it sucked me inform the first page and I tried all I could to not stop reading. But the more I read the more tired I got hearing hearing about Mary. Arrow was way to hung up on her, and yes I get it it was horrible she died but I almost felt like this book was about Arrow our hero and his two heroines.
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