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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristen Ashley brings a new story in her Chaos series...

“You know you can’t keep a good brother down.”

The Chaos Motorcycle Club has won its war. But not every brother rode into the sunset with his woman on the back of his bike. 

Chaos returns with the story of Dutch Black, a man whose father was the moral compass of the Club, until he was murdered. And the man who raised Dutch protected the Club at all costs. That combination is the man Dutch is intent on becoming.

It’s also the man that Dutch is going to go all out to give to his woman.

**Every 1001 Dark Nights novella is a standalone story. For new listeners, it’s an introduction to an author’s world. And for fans, it’s a bonus book in the author’s series. We hope you'll enjoy each one as much as we do.**

©2020 Kristen Ashley. Foreword © 2014 by M. J. Rose. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Bettyloveslove
  • 2021-02-25

Not as good as I hoped

Although I know this is a novella, it was missing a lot. There was no chemistry, and it was complete insta love. Also why are all of her African American characters portrayed as loud and obnoxious? The narrators were good.

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  • Courtney
  • 2021-02-24

No Angst

Do you know those books that are just good stories? That don’t have too much crazy, or too much arguing, or too much angst? I love those books.
This was that book. And I definitely want Caroline to get her redemption with Jager 😍

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  • Fastdogz
  • 2021-04-06

Not KA's best.

Kristen Ashley has always been one of my favorite authors. However, as of late her Chaos books seem to be produced from the same template. The only thing this story was missing was a kidnapping. KA's novellas are generally a full fleshed out story. This seemed to a situation of "I've got to get this done so let me throw something together". It's not that this was a novella, it's just that it wasn't a solid story. Not sure how/when Dutch and Georgie found chemistry--this has always been one of KA's strengths and it's missing here.
As well, not sure what was going on with 'language' the young Black characters spoke. I appreciate the diversity of her characters (those who read KA know she is not an author who has been recently woke by current events) but I know no young Black people who speak like that.
It was nice to touch base with characters we know and love but sometimes their appearances seemed to be forced as if they were on a checklist and had to be mentioned.
I love KA's writings, maybe I'm off and this is why my review is not better than it is, I'm looking forward to the writing style KA is capable of giving.

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  • Deborah L. Bundick
  • 2021-04-04

Never Disappoints

Another sweet read and of those righteous Brothers of Denver. Looking forward to the next installment.

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  • Phara Blair
  • 2021-03-03

Great check-in to the Chaos family

This was the Dutch Black’s story and it was great to return to the world of the Chaos MC and see how everyone was doing. I’m not sure how to describe this book really because even though they started out a little rocky due to the timeline it really was insta-love. Georgiana is a perfect match for Dutch and I loved seeing him get his HEA. John Hartley and Stella Bloom were fantastic and brought this book to life in the best way. Loved it!

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  • Kathleen Lunde
  • 2021-02-27

Not much depth

Love the author but this book felt under developed & rushed. Only one of her books I would not listen to again or recommend.

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  • Mason
  • 2021-03-30

Oh Dutch, sigh...you're so sweet 🥰

I absolutely loved these two characters. I wish it was more than a novella. They had so much chemistry and seemed like their story could have been way more in depth. Thanks KA, you know how to suck a girl into your books.

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  • Kathy Bent
  • 2021-03-25

I love Kristen Ashley!

t was a little tame for the Chaos bunch, but her novellas are as long as most writers normal books! I liked it

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  • Love2Listen
  • 2021-03-20

The narrator....

He's not bad, but his voice sounds older than the character. I would've gone with Teddy Hamilton, Jacob Morgan or Zachary Webber for this one.

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  • Orlene Stroud
  • 2021-03-20

This hits the spot!

Love this book. I thought how could this keep going and Kristen Ashley proved me wrong big time. As someone who lost a parent suddenly as a kid, this book was cathartic. Thanks for closure that I didn't even know I needed.