October 5, 2015

Release Blitz --> Inflame Me (Ravage MC, #4) by Ryan Michele

Title: Inflame Me
Series: Ravage MC #4
Author: Ryan Michele
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: October 5, 2015
Photographer: Sara Eirew
Models: Sveta Gora & Nick Paquet
Cover Designer: Melissa Gill with MGBookCovers
Tanner O’Ryan is in desperate need of help. 
When her mother suddenly suggests they drive to Sumner, Georgia to get assistance from her father, Cameron Wagner, she is more than floored. In her twenty-three years, she’s never known who her father is, and now she has to put her trust in the man. Not only does she have to trust him, but an entire club full of men and women who live a life she didn’t know anything about. 
She quickly realizes she needs more help than she originally thought. 
*Contains mature content including, sex and violence. Mature audiences only.*

4.25 stars

So, since Ryan has kept the Hero of this book a secret, I’m not going to be typing his name either. He will be known as R.
After doing something illegal, and potentially running from the law Tanner and her mother go to Georgia to meet Tanner’s father. She not only meets her father but she also gets another big surprise in the form of a big sexy biker guy who is 21 years older than her. This was the only problem I had with the book. Sure I like older guys. But this is older than her mother. This was a big stretch for me. I’m just not cool with 21. Tanner’s mother and father are 10 years apart. That didn’t bother. But 21 is stretching too far. But then again I did like the book. Honestly I didn’t like that big of an age gap, but when you’re read their story you don’t really think nothing of it. Or at least I didn’t. Sometimes I would think it was gross, because he is  older than her mother and then sometimes I was like “ok that’s hot" during a really hot scene. I would much rather the author(s) didn’t go over 15 years between age difference, because to me I think of their future and it don’t look good. He could drop dead with a heart attack any minute. Or I think of the kid's dad being really old and not being able to do the things younger fathers can do.
After getting her father’s help Tanner and her mother half to decide what they want to do. Do they back to where they were living before or do they move down where her father lives. Which will they choose? Will Tanner leave her older man or will she stay and make things work with him?

As for the characters I did like them. I really enjoyed them to be honest. I liked seeing all of the guys together. I really did miss the group.

As for the plot, I thought I was tamed compared to her other books in the series. I would have like to have seen some more suspense/action like her previous books. But it honesty didn’t take away from the book either. This is probably like my favorite in the series so far. And that’s saying something considering the others have suspense/action in them. And I’m all about that…

Overall, this is probably my favorite book in the series. But this book only had a touch of suspense as the others did. But I’m not really sure why I liked this so well. I just did. I really liked Tanner. Maybe that was why? The only thing I didn’t like was the age difference.  But it didn’t bother me as much as I expected it would. Maybe it was because they didn’t even really act like it was such a big gap. They were just having fun in the beginning, but you know that always leads to something else. They didn’t let the age gap affect their relationship at all. And I really liked that.



Ryan Michele has a huge obsession with reading, which only came to life after her best friend said she had to read Twilight. After reading that series, her entire world changed in the blink of an eye. Not only was she sucked into new worlds and all of the wonderful words authors put down on paper, she felt the urge to begin to write down the characters that played inside of her head. In doing so, Safe was born. When she’s not reading or writing, she spends time taking care of her two children and her husband, enjoying the outdoors and laying in the sun.

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