Renegade Fire by Jaxson Kidman

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Renegade Fire by Jaxson Kidman
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (138 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

She wanted a man, I gave her an outlaw.

It was years ago when I used to pick on the sort-of-ugly girl that lived across the street from me. She was smart though. She got out of town. Me? I stayed. I’m patched into the Bitter Aces MC and we rule the town of Bishop. Nothing or nobody stands in our way.

When I hear the rumor that Willow’s back in town to care for her ailing grandmother, I need to see it to believe it. The girl next door is now a beautiful woman and she needs a man. I agree to take care of her when she needs me, just as long as she doesn’t get attached.

Old feelings quickly kick up and before I know it, I’m in a blazing inferno of lust… and just when I least expect it, Willow needs me to save her more than ever before.

Jaxson Kidman is my newest favorite author. I am absolutely hooked on the raw emotions and naughtiness of his writing style. Renegade Fire is the first book in his gritty Bitter Aces series. This story really had a bit of everything in it and I found it entertaining from beginning to end.

“It was years ago when I used to pick on the sort-of-ugly girl that lived across the street from me. She was smart though. She got out of town. Me? I’m patched into the Bitter Aces MC and we rule the town of Bishop. Nothing or nobody stands in our way.” 

Gage and Willow were amazing characters. They both had it rough growing up right across the street from each other. Their backstories were richly developed and heartbreaking to read at times. As kids they were nemesis, as teens they were drawn to each other, and then as adults they shared an attraction they couldn’t deny. Their characters were complex and flawed and even Gage was vulnerable from time to time.

I can’t say there was much suspense to this story, the MC only played a small part, but it was very heartfelt, emotional and had incredibly hot love scenes. It was bittersweet and even had humorous moments too. I loved the characters, story and fast flowing dialogue. It was sexy and fun and I enjoyed it immensely.

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