Rocking Fate (Hells Fire MC #1) by Erin Trejo (ARC Review by Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier)

Title: Rocking Fate (Hells Fire MC #1)

Author:  Erin Trejo

Published Date: Expected March 20th 2017

Genre: Romance


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My life was always a mess. I’ve been
alone since I was young. Meeting
Ghost changed all that for me.
Hells Fire gave me a place to call home.
My actions from the past have followed me
Things get complicated when I meet Aria.
I wasn’t looking for more than a weekend
of hot sex.
I got a lot more than that though.
When I find out who her father is, my life
is thrown in another direction.
Being forced to choose between what
is right and what I’m forced into
becomes my new struggle.
Forced between a life I never wanted
and one I’m not sure of will be my
breaking point.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldiers’s  Review***
MC stories are one of my favorite kinds of books to read. They’re gritty, rough, full of Alpha males who do whatever for their women, and they have love. Yes, love. Rocking Fate had all of these mixed in with an amazing story.

The main characters in this story, Roc and Aria, have issues that while not many can relate to, you can understand them; Roc is being blackmailed by a third party and Aria learns that her father is not the man she thought he was. They met by accident, but their lives become so intertwined with each other that it feels that they were just made to fit together. They both have to learn and grow, not just on their own with what they learn about themselves, but with each other and their relationship. I feel that Ms. Trejo did a fantastic job with developing Roc and Aria. She gave them so much depth that it was like reading a friend’s letter. I especially love that the book is from Roc’s point of view; this is something that I don’t see often enough with MC novels. Normally, the point of view is from the female protagonist and it was wonderful to have the male protagonist’s view. I felt that as a reader I learned more about the inner workings of the MC world and about Roc himself.

The story itself was phenomenal. It flowed well together and had many twists that I didn’t see coming. I think more than once, I said “Oh no she did not just throw that in there” out loud and got funny looks from coworkers and my husband. I was captivated the whole story and got so angry at myself for reading it too quickly. This was by far one of the most fantastic books I’ve read so far this year and I cannot wait to read more of this series! Go read it today!!


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