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Review: Own the Wind (Chaos #1) by Kristen Ashley


Own the Wind is book one in the Chaos series by Kristen Ashley. This is a breathtaking love story.

I’ve finally read my first Kristen Ashley novel. I started reading and couldn’t stop. I thoroughly enjoyed and liked all the different perspectives aka POV’s. The novel was that delightful and absorbing.

It was easy to picture everyone in this book. If you have seen Sons of Anarchy well this is like that, but light. Same brotherhood, same heart, but without the graphic violence and gore. I very much enjoyed that the club is clean and legal and that the men are still the bad ass bickers, alphas, I enjoy to read about.

Shy and Tabby where great, but boy did it take them a long time to get together. I liked how Ms. Ashley lade out the foundation of their relationship as a friendship that catches fire. And, boy does it sizzle. It took them a long time to hook up and I very much liked how the author made the time pass. It was easy to follow, easy to see the relationship develop, and made it that much sweeter.

This was a marvelous read and I look forward to continuing the series.

Rated: 4 Stars

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2 thoughts on “Review: Own the Wind (Chaos #1) by Kristen Ashley

  1. The only books that I’ve read by Kristen Ashley is her Fantasyland series. I need to finish it up. I still have two books in it. I even have the fourth book on audio. This sounds like a really good story too. I might have to try this one next.

    1. This was my first taste of Ms. Ashely. I really enjoyed. We do get a set up for the next book/couple, but I’m not feeling them or invested in them as I was in this one. I’ll have to see when I pick up book two if I like it as much as one. I didn’t know she has Fantasy type series. I’ll have to look into it. So many authors are branching out and doing more then one genre now. Hmm!

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