One woman changes everything a man has ever known about dominance and desire in the final scintillating novel in the Breathless trilogy.
When it comes to sex, Ash McIntyre has always explored his wilder side—extreme and uncompromising. He demands control. And he prefers women who want it like that. Even the women he’s shared with his best friend, Jace.
But Jace is involved with a woman he has no intention of sharing. And now even Gabe has settled into a relationship with a woman who gives him everything he needs, leaving Ash feeling restless and unfulfilled.
Then Ash meets Josie, who seems immune to his charms and his wealth. Intrigued, he begins a relentless pursuit, determined she won’t be the one who got away. He never imagined the one woman to tell him no would be the only woman who’d ever drive him to the edge of desire.
Burn started off well but without the use of pronouns in a lot of the sentences, I could not take this book seriously. I thought this would change in the 3rd book since I irritatingly noticed this in the 2nd, but such is not the case. The first couple hundred pages weren’t so bad but it seemed that the lack of pronouns doubled as the book went on. The storyline wasn’t very interesting or different from the other two either, which was disappointing.15
Wow. I really enjoyed this book. More so than the second one. It was very sweet and had some action. I wish it had more action, but the ending was great. I think it was a little overpriced but still a good read.45
Seriously! What is with the lack of pronouns?!? It was so irritating I just started mentally added them myself! No one talks like that! This book was too similar to the last with the near death "come to Jesus" moment. What is with all books portraying fast tracked relationships that are unrealistic and always have fairytale endings? Feel bad for all the men out there in the real world as they will never live up to the standards set in these novels. 👆👆See what I did there? No pronoun just sounds ridiculous.25
I read all three, weak story lines and I had to push myself to read the last one. DW25
It was basically the same as "Fever". The book felt rushed just to finish the series. Rich, powerful, good looking guy finds a troubled girl and wants her to submit. I think the author just went back and changed "Jace" to "Ash" and "Bethany" to "Josie". Thought there could've been a different plot line - delve more into Ash's family troubles. Whatever - sex sells and so will this book!25
Great book and series. Hope there is another.55
Even though I loved Ash. It's the same storyline from book two, just a different girl. This book is a waste of a read & money.25
Starting with the first book ....in Rush... Gabe a strong sexy millionaire ... Lusting after his best friends baby sister... He was hot, taught Mia a lot and fell for her hard but didn't know how to handle his feelings for her. Mia inexperienced, much younger than Gabe but has had feelings for him for awhile.... Gabe made a mistake in Paris .. He came to terms as to why he made the mistake but still couldn't come terms with his feelings for Mia which lead to some heart break but in the end worked out wonderfully!! Now comes Fever and Burn ... The writer just threw these stories together without any thought... Made the heroes out to be wimps... The heroine for Jace was just a complaining female... She was ridiculous as was Jace ... Maya Banks could have done so much better for Jace.... I so looked forward to Ash's story and again it was a flop then Ms Banks did it again she made Gabe look awful... Ugh .. I was sooo disappointed with the sequels, do not buy them if you don't have too... Go to the second hand store for them ... Rush is the only one worth paying full price!15
I have read the first two books in this series and am now about 1/3 done with Burn. I have enjoyed them all, the characters, story lines, etc...However, the incomplete sentences when Ash speaks is driving me crazy. Enough that I had to stop and write a review about it. It may be how the author envisioned him speaking but trying to read a sentence that starts with no subject is taking away from how much I enjoy the story.45
What a great trilogy's, left me totally breathless and had me shedding some tears in sorrow and in happiness!55