From bestselling author Chantal Fernando, the second book in a sexy romance series featuring the bad boys of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club and the women who fall in love with them.
Being the younger sister of a Wind Dragons MC member isn’t as great as you’d think it would be.
I can’t escape the details of my brother’s exploits. No one tells me anything. Men who know who I am tend to stay away from me.
And worst of all: the members of the MC are off-limits.
When Arrow catches my eye, I make it my mission to make him happy again.
When I fall head over heels in love with him, I just hope he will be there to catch me. And that my brother doesn’t kill him…
I have to say that I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Arrow’s Hell, I had liked Dragon’s Lair well enough, though didn’t love it, but was intrigued enough with some of the characters, Arrow being one of them, to keep an eye out for the next in the series. So when it turned out Arrow’s HEA would be next I, of course, had to snatch it up and then I hesitated a bit after reading the blurb because it looked like it would a full on angst fest between the H/h, but I was wrong ~ hence the surprise. Not to say that there wasn’t drama, that wouldn’t have been any fun if there wasn’t any, but there wasn’t as much as I expected and I found myself totally engrossed in the story and had a difficult time putting it down.
Arrow was one of my favorites from the first book and while he is having a difficult time with how Mary died and what he see’s has his role in it, he still loves the club and his brothers and only wants to do what is best for them. Anna is spunky, sassy, intelligent and confident. She does do a few things that one could deem TSTL, but the way I saw it was that she is trying to understand the world that her brother now lives in without losing her independence. So there are times when she succeeds and others when she doesn’t, but she is trying to maintain a balance that can be beneficial to everyone. As I said, I was a little hesitant about how Arrow and Anna’s relationship would play out, and while there was some mooning about by both characters and ‘I want you/I can’t have you’ going on, it wasn’t as over the top as I thought it would be. There were some sweet and funny moments between them that showed that there is more than just insta-love between them and they may actually be good for each other if they can get past the roadblocks in their way.
The focus of the story itself revolves around Anna getting settled back into her home town though we never really get to know the name of the town ~ or if we do it’s only mentioned briefly), dealing with University and learning what it means to be considered family by the Wind Dragons MC which I found entertaining. We get to meet more people than just those involved with the club and while there isn’t much of a storyline outside of Anna and Arrow’s story, there are bits and pieces of the MC life in it and the issues that the club is still dealing with from what happened in the first book. There is a little twist in the story that I didn’t see coming that overall was well played as it brought closure to a few questions. We do get to catch up with Sin, Faye and Tracker. Faye is pretty kick ass and it’s hard not to love Tracker. And while this is an MC story, I consider it MC lite. There is still mention of sex, drugs and violence, but it’s not as dark and gritty as some other series are.
Overall: I just really liked Arrow’s Hell and am looking forward to finding out who will bring Tracker to his knees.
~ ARC received from Gallery Books via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~
New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Chantal Fernando is twenty six years old and lives in Western Australia. Her published novels include four books in the Resisting Love series – Chase, Kade, Ryder and James; the New York Times Bestselling novel Maybe This Time and its follow up, This Time Around. Her latest releases include Toxic Girl, Saxon, and a USA bestselling biker romance novel Dragon’s Lair.
When not reading, writing or daydreaming she can be found enjoying life with her three sons and family.