Thursday, March 19, 2015

Ignition (The Redline Series #1) by Skye Calahan- Release Blitz andReview


Now available! IGNITION (The Redline Series, 1) Skye Callahan

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When you’re this close to the redline, there’s no room for error —or second chances. A sought after car thief for hire, Colt will do anything for a high—anything for the deafening rush of blood and chemicals that tames the ongoing anarchy in his mind. Fast cars, pain, alcohol, women… his vices come in many flavors, but one woman tempts him closer to the line he can never come back from. She’ll be his hardest theft yet—an action that will set the looming conflict with his brother on a new and violent path. Aubrey has two choices. The first she knows too well: the alluring businessman who entwined her in his deceptive plots. The second is a stranger. He makes his promises not with a silver tongue but with harsh, blunt observations that Aubrey can’t ignore. Either way, she’s caught between two brothers each seeking the other’s downfall—and neither has a problem taking her down in the process

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My Review

Ignition (Redline, #1)Ignition by Skye Callahan
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Aubrey has fallen in with the wrong person. She finds herself owing more than she can ever pay back and the person she owes will make sure that she never does. She is being forced to work in a seedy strip club but whenever she starts to pay down her debt something else will happen to keep her in trouble. Aubrey gets an offer from Colt, a car thief and former drug addict who is also the brother of the man she owes. He will pay her entire debt in six months and get her away from his brother, but for those six months she is his.

I found this story engaging pretty quickly, and was curious to see what choice Aubrey would make and what would happen next. It was clear that she was not safe at the strip club, in fact most of the women there weren't safe. Colt seemed like he was the less of two evils, but still not entirely safe. Things really started getting exciting just as the story ended. So now I'll need to wait for the next book in the series, which I'm excited to read.

*An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review

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The last song of the night faded while the bartender cleared up after final orders, and I watched Aubrey stumble back toward the employee only door. Damn, naive thing had no idea what she’d gotten into—or did she? I popped a piece of gum in my mouth to get rid of the stale taste. I knew exactly what Devlin had in mind. I’d watched it happen—and it never ended well. He backed them into a corner, teased and taunted until they’d do just about anything to be free from him. This time, he’d gone a little heavy on the drugs, meaning she was more sensitive than he anticipated, or he had big plans for the evening. Why did I care? Why did I look into those clouded grey eyes and feel a pang of desire? Desire to have her bent over a table, taking my cock—a desire to keep my brother from getting there first. It wasn’t as if I was leading any moral high ground. The things I wanted to do to women, well, that was an entirely different matter—one that didn’t require drugs or sweet talk. One that propelled me toward the employee door. No one would stop me—they all knew better. Backstage had already erupted into the traditional post-closing party. Most days, I was shocked that anyone survived working at Addiction. Not that I was one to talk, but I wondered if any of the employees experienced a sober moment inside the building. The club lived up to its name—a constant stream of debauched activity even when doors were closed to the public. Devlin found ways to get medical records of every single employee since there wasn’t a damn thing they were above sharing. And that’s why I never touched the girls. Until now. I told myself it didn’t count if I got there first. Keep reading...


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