I pre bought this book and read it October, 2015 - no idea why the review didn't publish, so here it is again.... Walk Through Fire was another fantastic and original story by Kristen Ashley. It was just a great biker romance that was hot, romantic, badass, heartfelt, and so much fun. This is the fourth standalone in the Chaos series and it tells the story of Logan "High" Judd and Millie Cross. Their story is an emotional second chance romance which begins when they first meet and fall in love at first sight. Since that moment they were inseparable and their lives fit so perfectly However life takes a different turn forcing them to let go of the truest love of their lives. "Attached to Logan, I'd go anywhere. Even if we were walking through fire." Twenty-three years have come and gone yet life hasn't been the same for these two. Despair, resentment, and emptiness has been all they've known but when they get reunited again, it's resentment they immediately feel. Well, and intense passion of course. That's right, Millie and High embark into a hate/love affair where they can't control the fire between them but at the same time neither of them can't forget or forgive the past. This story captivated me with passion, mystery and surprises that made it much more wonderful and poignant. But my favourite thing about this story has to be the chemistry between the characters. Millie and High's chemistry was irresistible and so deep that there wasn't a moment I didn't feel it was genuine. My favourite line:- "Twenty years apart, haunted by you, walkin' around with a hole in my soul."
I absolutely loved this story of Logan High Judd and Millie. Their love story although at times had me in tears, their love for each other spanded decades. I loved Logan, his love for Millie and his girls (Cleo and Zanie). Absolutely loved, loved this book. Starting the next in the series right now.
One of my all time favourites. The decisions you have to make when your younger and the regrets. I loved Millie and High. The Chaos family seem to have mellowed in their old age, but are still just as funny as ever.