One, to become a member of the Ravage Motorcycle Club, and two, Blaze, the sexy brunette whose eyes set him on fire.
Only one of those things is under his control, and he is done waiting.
It’s time to take what he wants.
Blaze has been running from her tragic past for over four years. She is finally feeling settled, after stripping her way through school and building a life in Sumner, her first safe haven. She keeps everyone at arm’s length, afraid to let anyone discover the secrets she holds within.
Tug sets out to make Blaze his, but will someone get burned in the process?
Will Blaze run again when her new world is threatened?
Or will she allow Tug to consume her?
I absolutely love Tug and how he pushed, but at the same time didn’t, Blaze into being together. He knew that if he pushed too hard to fast she would shut down and there wouldn’t be a chance in hell that he would get in there. He knew that he wanted her for his old lady once he was patched in but instead of going all caveman he made her comfortable with him. Was he an angel? Hell no but you know what, he wasn’t perfect but he could have been a lot worse.
Blaze is running from her past, and it’s about to catch up with her. Her past is painful and one that anyone in her place would want to run from and never look back. She doesn’t let anyone close and she doesn’t date but when Tug works his way into her life at first she is annoyed but slowly she sees that he is the great guy Princess and Casey told her he was. Blaze wasn’t being uptight or even a bitch, she was protecting not just her heart but her life as well and the way she acted was what she had to do to stay safe.
I have had a 50/50 shot with this series, book one I really liked, while book two I had to force myself to even finish but Consume Me has made me want to continue reading the series. I liked that it was about a Prospect and not a member of the MC and you never get to see those stories. The Prospects are usually the bikers bitches in a sense and not taken seriously until they are fully patched in, but with Consume Me you get that different take. I also liked how Tug while he wasn’t abstinent by any means wasn’t a total man-whore up until the second he got with Blaze, but once he started to really get in there with her, she was all he wanted and not in a whipped way either. Overall I just really was drawn in and fell in love with Tug and I hope that the rest of the series will continue to suck me in like Consume Me did.