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  • Outstanding

    5 star Review Ashes (Men of Inked: Heatwave #9) by Chelle Bliss This time we have Rosie Gallo and Dylan Walsh’s story and oh what a story it was. From the first chapter I was hooked on the story that Ms. Bliss wove. Although book nine in the series, it can be read as a standalone but honestly, this is such a fabulous series I highly recommend you read them all. Dylan has finally returned home after being gone for years, escaping his abusive childhood, but his brothers are not welcoming, resenting the fact that he left them behind. Rosie is quieter than her twin sister Luna but is a typical Gallo woman. She loves hard and fierce and will do anything for her family. Meeting Dylan again after a horrendous date she is determined to keep him at arms length. I loved how confident he was with Rosie; no matter how hard she tried to push him away, he was equally as determined to stand his ground. I love the relationship that this generation of Gallo's shares and course as the parents and grandparents made appearances throughout it only added to my enjoyment. I loved how feisty, sassy and determined Rosie was and the chemistry that they share sizzled between them. There were times that my heart broke for Dylan and his brothers and all they had endured. Their family dynamics could not be more different and yet somehow they are meant for one another. Another awesome addition to what is one of my all time favourite series.

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  • Devoured in a day!

    I devoured this in a day. I love everything Gallo, and loved Rosie’s book. She’s quiet and reserved, but feisty and sassy when need be. And when she runs into Dylan, someone from long ago, it ends up being a perfect meet (though maybe not at first lol). He’s healing from the past, but is there for her, more then once, when she really needs him. I completely loved this!! And can’t wait for Luna’s book!

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  • These two were magnetic together

    Rosie Gallo and her other half, Dylan are a fantastic combo! I really enjoyed the magnetic force that pulled them together but also her attempt at keeping him away lol. Dylan was a big ole softie in my opinion but also still as alpha as all the other Gallo men. Rosie was more reserved but also a very strong minded heroine. I enjoyed the action to it, the laughs we always get from the family, and the steam.....hot!

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  • loved it

    Sins of the Father. Sometimes you are judged by your parents. Something as a child you have no control over. But it follows you and sometimes dictates how you are if you let it. Dylan left home and the beatings from his father seventeen years ago and never looked back. He either left or he would destroy his life. He left his six other brothers but felt he had to in order to survive. He asked them to come but all refused. Now he is back because one of his brother’s needs him. But coming back to a town where you and your family were not liked is a hard pill to swallow. People, including Rosie’s dad, do not like Dylan because of where and who he came from. Judging him for the sins of his father. The last thing Joe Gallo wants is for his precious Rosie to become involved with the likes of Dylan. But Rosie shows her dad that he is so wrong about Dylan and to give him a chance. Afterall, he wasn’t so innocent when he was younger and look at the man he has become. A great husband and a great dad. The Gallo’s. I love this family. They will love and protect their own to their last dying breath. A close knit Italian family. The strong bonds they each share. Family is everything. Once you are in you are in for life. Rosie is fighting her attraction to Dylan. One of the reasons is her father and his dislike for Dylan. But the more she gets to know Dylan, beneath the layers, she likes what she sees. He is nothing like his father. He is honorable and protective. He came to help his brother Ian. He didn’t hesitate to come. One phone call and he was there. This is something Rosie can relate to. Family, Be there no matter what. This is a story of love and family. Once you begin you cannot let it go. This series just keeps getting better and better with each Gallo.

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  • Bad boy and the girl next door

    I am loving this newest installment in the Inked/Heatwave universe. Rosie Gallo has intrigued me throughout the series, seeming to be the quietest and least outgoing in this family of strong and outspoken young women. But while not being the bold and brash gal that her twin is, she’s not exactly a pushover either. After all, she isn’t exactly welcoming Dylan Walsh back into town. Dylan is nothing like the angry 18 year old he was when he busted out of his small hometown. Older and wiser, his plans to get in and out of town quickly are derailed when he meets Rosie, his former next door neighbor. While attracted to each other, family history is a complication for them both. I adored these two so much! Dylan is a obviously sexy, take charge older guy, but the squishy marshmallow center is his biggest draw, for me at least. And that heart really embraces Rosie, which in turn gives her confidence in herself that was always there, but just needed to be brought out more. I loved their scenes with each other, and her grandparents, more than anything else in this book. I did wish some things with Dylan’s own family were played out a bit more, but that’s probably my only complaint. Although, I’m not a big fan of twin sister, Luna, who’s story will be I think the last in this great series. Fantastic characters, lots of heat, forgiveness and family round out Ashes. Chelle Bliss has done it again!

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