Torch – Book Review



Title: Torch

Author: LeAnn Ashers

Genre: MC Romance

Release Date: December 8



One moment, one ordinary day changed my life and led me to my forever.

Three guys tried to kidnap me.

One man saved me.

I was beyond scared. Being blind, I was already terrified of my every move, the unknown frightening.

His name is Torch. Once he decided I was his, he didn’t let me go. Torch became everything to me: my protector, my safe haven, my husband, lover, and most of all, the father to my babies. He made me see that I didn’t have to be afraid of my every step, because he would always be there to catch me before I fell.

Torch is the Vice President of the Devils Souls MC. The men are violent and scary, but I learned to trust them, because above everything else, their women are protected. They became my family. My only family.



I am under no illusion that the romance books we read are what happens in real life, but I still like my romance books to be a bit…believable. That being said, this book is about as far from reality as it can get. It is basically a romance story on speed. Everything happens so fast. From the beginning to the end, their story is unrealistically fast. I will give you an example, he moves her into his house the very first day he meets her.

Is it a good book? Yes. It is well written, edited. Yes. Would I recommend it? Yes, as long as an unrealistic romance is ok with you.

4/5 Hearts

Check out Torch here.




Guest review contributed by Hot Kindle Reads. This blog is dedicated to all that sizzles, particularly contemporary and erotic romance. These reviews might make the edges of your chocolate melt. She keeps an eye out for new authors but also popular releases.

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