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Wild Fire: A Chaos Novella Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 439 KB
- Publication Date : September 22, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 252 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Publisher : 1001 Dark Nights Press (September 22, 2020)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 1951812212
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- ASIN : B082RD9D1H
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,543 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The excerpt of Jag's book def has me intrigued. Seeing the two brothers interact as grown men now was so rewarding. Seeing all the kids as adults is taking some getting used to. LOL.
One thing I detested immensely was the two black street guys who helped Georgie spoke in some made up gobbly goop street lingo that pissed me off. It wasnt funny and honestly it was a deservice. Have regular street hood people with slang. Not shizzly jiggles and shalla jam or whatever that mess was.
1. Keely. I was never the hugest fan, but she’s as outright unlikable as Tyra became in Tabby’s, Millie’s, and Rush’s books. Enough with the “you need to prove you’re worth anything to me” women, Kit. Please. It’s unappealing.
2. Carolyn. She’s Natalie all over again, except she appeared to want to change. I’ll give kudos for that, but the stereotypical mean girl with an addiction is old. Let’s move away from the toxic nastiness and “you should have confidence issues because you’re not skinny like me” game. It is, sadly, a recurring theme in your books and it smacks of someone not liking fellow women.
3. Find a new well to draw from. Please. Enough of inserting the Rock Chick series people into everything. And I see that Resurrection MC will likely have more of the same...if they’re ever written. I mean, people waited for Wood and Mase in LA for years, so I think it’s time to let this group go. Please and thank you.
4. Shizlayaya or whatever? You’re not Snoop. It’s not 1992. And it’s insulting to see such caricatures of Black men and women in your books. Please, for the love of whoever, stop with the OTT nonsense. You have talent. Don’t cheapen it like this.
Yes, I know I’m going to attract some serious hate for this. But someone needs to be more than a sycophant about these books. So, like Kristof, I guess it’s up to me to tell you. Ditch the yes-men and women, find fresh notebooks to plot from, and show me that you haven’t lost your mojo. Because constantly going back to the same three or four plot variances and the same people makes me sad. They’ve had their stories told. Branch out. You wrote some great books. You just need some original ideas, or at least a new setting that doesn’t bring Lee or Elvira or any of the people who have been written to a nub into it.
3 stars. Dutch Black, son of Chaos Graham Black and Keely Black. The last we heard anything about Dutch was when he as about 10 years old or so. Now he was grown, fully patched into Chaos and in his late 20’s. I felt like I had missed his entire life so was in the dark of the kind of man he actually was. I never could really get a good grasp on him because there wasn’t any background to anywhere to give him to me. I skimmed over quite a few pages that were, to me, filler pages. The only part that I really loved in the book was when some of the old characters came into play for about a chapter. This book, to me, was like reading an excerpt from his actual book that was missing. I loved Georgie, Keely and Hound. Jag, I felt the same way as I did about Dutch, like I had missed about 20 years of his life too. At times I had to make myself keep reading because I wasn’t connected to the main characters. I was a little disappointed in Dutch’s story.
Top reviews from other countries
Black is a name of legend in Chaos MC so meeting Dutch, the eldest of the two Black sons, is what dreams are made of.
As you might expect, it takes a very special woman to capture and corral the heart of a Chaos brother. Georgianna fits the bill to a 't'.
Wild Fire, Dutch and Georgianna shows K.A. at her best. You will alternately laugh, cry, cheer and want to pull your hair out... In the best possible way!
Be rest assured though. You will also fall madly in love with the new generation of Chaos brethren, the women who come into their lives and their stories as they make their way to HEA.
This sweet but all too short novella was about Dutch black the eldest son of Graham Black who was murdered many years back when our beloved Tack made his play for President of Chaos MC.
Of course you have to be a fan and know Chaos history to really understand and appreciate this sweet love story of Dutch and Georgiana.
Loved it and have already pre-ordered Jaggers story, and so happy KA hasn't forgotten our favourite MC club.