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Quinn was the kind of heroine that made investing in her absolutely effortless. Her intelligence, strength of character and feisty personality had me rooting for her in no time. I loved how easily she fit into Ace’s world and that she didn’t let him walk all over her. Her relationship with Max was one of my favorite things about this story and it revealed a lighter, spunkier side of Quinn that really rounded out the character. Ace was every bit the thoughtful, passionate and deeply loyal man I imagined him to be. I enjoyed uncovering the truth about his relationship with Quinn and diving into his family history and the past mistakes that shaped him into the man he was. Admittedly, I would have liked a little more depth in terms of his relationship with his brother. While we got the highlights of their history, I never felt like I had enough information to really feel the emotions associated with their complicated situation and that took away from the events that unfolded between them. Overall, both Quinn and Ace proved to be lovable and relatable but together they were an unforgettable force and the perfect addition to the Savage Disciples MC family.
I loved seeing so many familiar faces from the previous books in the series. Drew Elyse always manages to capture that unique feeling of family she has created with these characters and it had me falling in love with the Savage Disciples all over again. I especially enjoyed getting to know Max and Ham a little bit in this book. They added some much needed laughter and levity to the story and had me itching to know more about their developing relationship. As always, Drew Elyse balances the romantic aspect of the story with just enough of the club action to keep me coming back for more. She expertly connects each book in the story with a subtlety that allows for them to stand completely alone but also feel like a piece of something bigger and better. Ignite was well paced, beautifully written and overflowing with emotion. I found myself once again completely at the mercy of Drew Elyse’s words and enjoying every steamy, sweet moment of Quinn and Ace’s journey.
“The fact of the matter was life wasn’t simple. Life happened to each of us, the good and the bad, and all we could do was react. Sometimes, we’d get it wrong.”
Ace and Quinn have such a different relationship from the previous couples of the series that it made for quite a refreshing read. Quinn had one of those magnetic personalities that I couldn’t help but be drawn to. I could relate to her nerdiness, yet being loved for each of those quirks she had. I also admired the bold façade she put up in front of people, especially when her inner thoughts contradicted that in every single way. It’s hard to pinpoint, but there was something about her that felt like a mirror looking at myself in so many ways. However, for as much as I loved Quinn, there was something about Ace that left me tripping over my own feet. The assuredness and dedication with which he approached his relationship with Quinn was kind of beautiful to witness. Given the harsh, closed off piece of his personality that readers got in previous books, we got to learn that there was a whole other softer side to him. It made me smile, warmed my heart, and made him quite the irresistible biker.
“My silence said it all. It broadcasted loud and clear what I would not say: regardless of the past, I would always give in to him. He was the wound I would open again and again, never learning my lesson.”
Though I enjoyed the characters and their banter immensely, I felt as if there were missed moments of opportunity for Elyse to dig deeper in regards to the storyline. There weren’t many, but I craved that connection, especially given what I know this author is capable of. However, that being said, the writing is true to this author’s style and transported me to another world of irresistible bikers and sassy heroines who tame them. The sense of camaraderie and family that Elyse inserts into these Savage Disciples melts me every single time. It’s an MC world, but this author has definitely put her own spin on the environment and will leave readers wanting more and more.
All in all a great MC SERIES and I read lots.🙌