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Firestorm by Anne Malcom Review

Title: Firestorm

Author: Anne Malcom

First published October 21, 2015

259 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.2


Jenna Michaels doesn’t do love. She’s never believed in the fairytale romance and always thought it was a bunch of nonsense.

Her upbringing was anything but warm and fuzzy, so she avoided getting attached to anyone or anything that could potentially hurt her. But everything changes when she meets a man who makes her heart skip a beat.

Love hits her like a ton of bricks and Jenna is forced to navigate through the unfamiliar emotions. She promises herself that she’ll never let anyone have that much power over her again.

But then, a ruggedly handsome biker crashes into her life, and Jenna’s plans of keeping her heart locked up are shattered. She tries to keep her distance, knowing that the biker’s tattoos should read “Warning – dangerous alpha male, will screw up your life.” Jenna may have grown up in a privileged lifestyle, but she wasn’t looking for a prince charming.

Brock isn’t exactly a knight in shining armor, but he’s everything she never knew she wanted. When drama pulls them apart and danger threatens Jenna’s life, Brock is there to save her.

But can he also save her heart?

About the Author

Anne Malcom has been a book lover since childhood, thanks to her mother’s influence. She began with tales of wizardry and fantastic lands like those in Hogwarts and Middle Earth.

As she matured, her literary preferences evolved alongside her. Anne’s fascination with romance novels led her to discover a new passion: writing.

She found it more enjoyable to pen stories about strong, dominant men and the happy endings they found than to simply read about them. Anne’s writing journey shows no signs of slowing down.

To keep up with Anne and her work, check out her Facebook page. You can also join her group of readers to connect with fellow fans.

Editoral Review

In Firestorm, Anne Malcom delivers a thrilling and emotionally charged romance novel that will captivate readers. Malcom is an accomplished author known for her engaging storytelling style, and this novel is no exception.

The novel follows the intense and passionate love story between two complex characters, Piper and Evan. When the story opens, Piper is on the run from her past, seeking refuge with her biker gang family, the Devil’s Own.

Evan is a member of a rival gang, but he is drawn to Piper from the moment he lays eyes on her. Despite their initial differences, the two soon find themselves embroiled in a fiery and forbidden romance that threatens to tear their worlds apart.

Malcom’s writing style is bold and unapologetic, perfectly suited to the world she has created. The novel is set in a gritty and dangerous world of biker gangs, filled with violence and passionate love.

The novel also deals with themes of trust, betrayal, and redemption, making it a well-rounded and engaging read. The characters are well-developed and multifaceted, with compelling subplots that add depth and tension to the story.

Piper and Evan’s chemistry is electric, and readers will be rooting for them every step of the way. Malcom also does a fantastic job of portraying the complex relationships between the characters, from the loyalty of the biker gang members to the tension between rival gangs.

While the novel is not without its flaws, such as some pacing issues and predictability in certain plot points, these are minor quibbles in an otherwise excellent book. Overall, Firestorm is a well-written and engaging romance novel that will leave readers breathless.

Fans of similar authors such as Kristen Ashley and Madeline Sheehan will find much to love in this book. It is a must-read for anyone who loves a good romance story with a touch of danger and a healthy dose of passion.

Rating: 4/5 stars.