Through good times, bad times and times of war, Cole “Rush” Allen grew up in the Chaos Motorcycle Club. Along this journey, he watched his father, Tack, and his MC brothers fight, sweat, bleed and die to steer the Club to legitimacy.
And they’ve got one more battle on their hands.
A battle they have to win.
But when Rush meets the woman who put herself right in the thick of it, he knows he has to stop at nothing to get her out.
Rebel Stapleton has lost someone she loves to murder and she’s the kind of woman who’s going to do something about it. She puts her career on the line, and her life, to bring the man who did it to justice.
That is, she does this until Rush Allen intervenes.
Chaos is at war and they’re about to face the ultimate showdown. They’ll have to negotiate skeletons from the past, enemies becoming allies, and loved ones in the line of fire on their ride to be…
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So disappointing... I really was looking forward to this story, but it felt forced and disjointed. Didn’t have the detail and storyline between the main characters that she usually gives. Too much focus on non-Chaos characters. Just an all around disappointment.
I am a huge Kristen Ashley fan. Her other novels were engaging, exciting, and unforgettable in developing relationships and love stories. Free, however, was a big disappointment. The novel was disjointed with so many POV. The love story between Rush and Rebel was not developed as other HEA. I have re-read Tack, Hopper and Shys books numerous times and they never get old. I also did not like all time spent on the story line of Benito and the crossover Honey series portions of the book. There was just too much going on for one novel and it became jumbled and not interesting to the point that I skimmed the last half of the book. I am happy Chaos is Free, but wished it would have been a better written story to achieve this ending.
So disappointed in this book
Some of KA’S books are my all time favorites that I’ve re-read several times but she may have just jumped the shark with this one. Too many POVs and such a terrible ending for such a great series, not enough of Rush/Rebel and this is supposed to their book. I chose not to read the Honey Series because it’s just not my thing, but I agree w/other reviews felt forced into in this book.