Books by Kristen Ashley

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Law Man

For a few years in the early 2010s, Kristen Ashley was the bingiest of binge authors. I have had mixed impressions of her books, mostly driven by the fact that her heroes are overbearing. However, 2012’s Law Man rises above the rest, because if there’s one type of overbearing hero I can get behi ...

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The Deep End

I hated the first half of The Deep End and had I not been reading for review it's likely I wouldn't have finished it. But I persisted, and thank goodness the second half was better. Amélie is top Domme at an expensive, exclusive sex club called The Bee’s Honey, but she’s bored with her prosp ...

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Rock Chick Reawakening

This novella is a prologue to the Rock Chick series by Kristen Ashley, but can easily be read as a standalone. Daisy is a pretty, sassy, ever-optimistic woman à la Dolly Parton, but a recent disastrous episode has left Daisy shattered and in despair. Enter Marcus Sloane, king of shady, underground ...

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Bounty

Kristen Ashley heads back to the Colorado Mountains in her latest contemporary romance and the seventh title in this series. Ashley fans will remember Deke Hightower from previous books; Bounty is his story. I was a little disappointed in the author’s last book which I reviewed it here and rate ...

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Walk Through Fire

Kristen Ashley’s books are like alpha crack for me. I get that feminism in her characters is not this author’s strong suit, but nevertheless something pulls me in and keeps me reading. This latest book is part of her Chaos series, that features members of the motorcycle club…known as Chaos. Wa ...

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Fire Inside

I loved Ashley’s Motorcycle Man and was really excited when I found out she was writing a sequel to it with Hopper “Hop” Kincaid and the Chaos Motorcycle Gang in Denver. In the previous book, Hop was a shaky character, and Lanie Heron put her life on the line for her boyfriend. Would they be a ...

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With Everything I Am

Even Kristen Ashley's biggest fans have to admit - most of her novels, while engrossing and entertaining, often have issues. Most of the issues, spelling, weird punctuation, and the like, are correctable and easily read around. In the case of With Everything I Am, there is one huge, glaring issue th ...