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Wild Like the Wind (Chaos, #5)

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Published 31 Jul 2018
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The brother known as Hound has a reputation. He’s all about cracking heads, having a good time, and when the Chaos Motorcycle Club needs someone to do the tough job, they call on him.
But Hound has a secret. He fell in love with a woman years ago. She’s untouchable. Unattainable. And even when her status changes, for Hound, it remains the same.
Keely Black had it all early and lost it all not long after. Thrown into an abyss of loss and grief, she’s faced a life of raising two sons alone and battling the rage at all that had been ripped from them.
And why.
Words spoken in anger open Hound’s and Keely’s eyes. For Hound, he sees he’s wasted his life loving the wrong woman. Keely sees she’s wasting her life not opening herself to the love of a good man.

"Wild Like the Wind (Chaos, #5)" Reviews

Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth
- Redmond, WA
Wed, 07 Mar 2018

My love for this bunch of people started with Motorcycle Man, the last of Kristen Ashley's Dream Man. I fell in love with every single one of these unconventional heroes so it comes as no surprise that Hound is the newest addition to my favorite book-boyfriends (although he probably wouldn't like this title at all).
If you have followed this series you know that Keely Black is the widow of one of the Chaos members. Eighteen years ago the betrayal of their old president took him away from her and her sons. You also know that Hound has been carrying a torch for Keely. I have always been wondering why nothing ever came of it. Finally we get all the answers.
Hound's love for Keely, her sons and his brothers knows no bounds. He is an all around good man, loyal, level-headed - mostly, and - be still my heart - he cooks and cleans and takes the trash out! What made me fall in love with him though was something nobody, not even his brothers knew about him. While he is the badass biker at the Compound, he takes care of his elderly neighbor in bis apartment building. The devotion and love he had for Jean was so incredibly touching and sweet that I was blinking tears away. They had such a beautiful relationship and the way he cared for his Jean-Bug, always with a mind to her dignity, it was simply moving. Hound is the born nurturer, he always took care of what he considered his and that included Keely and her sons. It cut deep that she seemingly didn't return his feelings.

“I couldn’t find it in me to burn bright without you. You were gone, I was so empty. I gave everything I had to our boys and it felt like there was nothing left.” We’re…gonna…tear this life up.
“I gotta burn bright, honey,” I said softly. “I gotta start tearing this life up.”

Keely is the Old Lady out of the book, but she wasn't one for long and has never been able to move on from her old man's vicious murder. So when she turns up at his door one day, Hound watches her not with a small amount of surprise undress in his apartment.
Since the first 45% are written in Hound's POV we don't know what kind of play Keely is making. It becomes clear when the POV switches to her so hang in there!
Keely is a strong woman, and it's never more clear when Hound delivers a major fuck-up. Her backbone is made of steel and I was so glad she didn't give in but made him fight for her. She was magnificent in her anger. I had to dig deep to forgive Hound but then I thought about his love for his neighbor so I moved on.
Heads up, the first 35% contain a lot of sex. While I thought it was a little bit too much it helped to get a feel for the kind of relationship Keely and Hound had. I could definitely have done with a little less bed action and more story. With all that being said though, KA delivers one of her dirtiest heroes with Hound so far. Jesus, they were hot and went at each other like bunnies.
I want wild. I want fire. With you, I’m Keely. You take me hard. You ride me rough. I’m not a mom. I’m not the attendance officer at the high school that the kids alternately think is the shit, because I am, or think I’m a pain in their ass because if they miss school, I am. I’m a woman. All woman. The woman who likes to get fucked however you wanna fuck me.”

We get an update on where Chaos is headed and how things are going now that their enemy has disappeared. After the cliffy in the epilogue of Rough Ride I was expecting much more action but I think Ms Ashley saves the biggest climax (no pun intended) for Rush's book (who I absolutely adored in Wild Like the Wind - his part towards the end is one of my favorite things in this book).
While this installment doesn't have as much action and heartbreak as the former ones, which is surprising because I expected much more with Keely and Hound's background story, it is a fabulous, intense and beautiful addition to the Chaos series. I loved Keely and Hound's connection, her sons and I was happy to see lot of the brothers again, especially Tack, Hop and High (who was in the doghouse for a short period of time).
This installment was everything I hoped for. We get a lot of answers about how Black and Chaos was betrayed and we are left with a little cliffy that makes me salivate for the next one. Now the wait for Rush's book starts and I'm afraid shit will hit the fan really soon and the relatively peaceful times at Chaos will be over soon. I can't wait to get my hands on it
There is a reason Kristen Ashley is one of my favorite authors. Her words have a way to get under my skin. They are clear and get to the bottom of things without exaggerated flourish. But mostly they are beautiful because they are simple truths.
He’d had her every night but one for two months and he’d known her for twenty years, and he’d never gotten used to her brand of beauty.

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- Lawrence Township, NJ
Tue, 13 Feb 2018

*****4.5 STARS*****
{ARC Generously Provided by Author}
”Life’s a game, Hound. People don’t play it. We’re pawns. It plays us. And every day you don’t know how it’s gonna play you. You could wake up a winner, or you could wake up a loser. But when you’re wild like the wind like we are, you roll with it. Today, I woke up a loser. But I’m gonna end the night a winner.”
It’s time to catch up with all of the beloved characters from the CHAOS MC along with a few from Kristen Ashley’s ”Dream Man” series. I do love a good MC romance and WILD LIKE THE WIND was filled with off the charts STEAM, as well as being one epic love story!
Keely has been a CHAOS widow for over eighteen years. When she lost Black, it was as if her soul died with him. Throughout the years there was one constant in her life—Hound. He was always there to take care of her and her two boys, Dutch and Jagger. Whatever they needed Hound provided. What no one seemed to know was that Hound had always been secretly in love with Keely, even before Black’s death, but he kept those feelings locked up tight. It would go against the code of CHAOS to go after another brother’s woman, even if he had passed on. But after eighteen years of mourning, Keely was ready to move on, and she wanted to do that with Hound.
Keely finally realized that she was falling in love with Hound. She saw all that he had been doing for her and her boys and was able to open her heart to him. It would take a little convincing on her part, but eventually, Hound would give in to her advances. They did keep their relationship a secret since it was in violation of Chaos code. Hound also made it clear that nothing serious could develop between them because of his loyalty to Chaos.
There was no way that Hound and Keely would be able to go their separate ways. They were in too deep. But how can they live out their lives happily together when the ghost of Keely’s dead husband still lingers between them, and their union is considered “forbidden” by Chaos?
I have to mention that there was such a tenderness to Hound that I found so surprising but that also made his character the most endearing. His love for his neighbor, who was an eight-five-year-old lady, was beyond heartwarming. He is my favorite badass Chaos alpha!!!
Here are my overall ratings
Hero: 5
Heroine: 4.5
Plot: 4
Angst: 4
Steam: 5
Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine: 5
WILD LIKE THE WIND releases on July 31st! This is sure to be a hit with Kristen Ashley’s fans!
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Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
- Copenhagen, Denmark, Denmark
Thu, 08 Mar 2018

I am not going to rate this one because I knew going in I wasn't going to like it. The only reason I read it is in preparation for Rush's book. The entire first part of this book read like bad cheesy hardcore porn (KA is just NOT good at writing sex scenes). I hated Keely; she was gross and trashy, and WAY too obsessed with her son's sex lives (gag). I hated Hound and his creepy friendship with the 89-year-old lady. I hated that he put his hands on Keely in anger, then somehow while "apologizing" turned it around, so it was really HER fault for not being open with him?? <-- what a surprise (insert sarcasm voice) this is pretty much KA's go to MO. The gauntlet thing was stupid (how old are these guys??!!) BUT...I LOVED that Rush told them off! And I loved the Bev found her HEA after what that fuckwad Boz did to her.
Here is to hoping she doesn't fuck up Rush's book for me!
Remember WAY back in the Rock Chick series Rock Chick Renegade when Vince got all up in Roam's face when he put his hands on Jules and said: "Never put your hands on a woman in anger." Ya, well, someone needed to give him a call because apparently NOW in KA land it is A-OK to put your hands on a woman in anger...If I have said it once, I have said it a million times. I am 100% convinced that KA hates women.

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- Greece
Tue, 26 Jun 2018

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<3 4,5 stars <3
What a beautiful story, I love this world and I love the characters.For one more time Kristen Ashley made me fall in love with her story.Wild Like the Wind is emotional and intense.
I loved Hound and Keely, my heart aching for them.Hound is such a good guy, he stole my heart and make me swoon all the time.I fall for him hard.He is the perfect alpha male.
I didn't expect anything less from Kristen Ashley.If you love her books you must read it and if you are new to her this series is fantastic.Get ready for an emotional ride!

- Sparrow Bush, NY
Mon, 12 Feb 2018

Have you ever loved the tone of a story so much that before you're even halfway through, you already want to go back to the beginning and start again? I felt that way repeatedly throughout Wild Like the Wind. Every bit of this story had me giddy with inexplicable emotion, elated over the promise of what was to come, overwhelmed with unease over how complicated this story was shaping up to be. But more, I was completely intoxicated by the rush of being back in the world of Chaos. Of all the Kristen Ashley novels in her library, there are none that I love and reread more than the Chaos series. So being back in the world of these fiercely loyal bikers who love hard and fight hard to protect their own while living wild and free was like a shot of adrenaline straight to my heart. I'm addicted to this series and I'm a reader who revisits it regularly, so I'm thrilled to share that Hound and Keely's story is one I'll be rereading again and again.
There is so much beauty in this story I don't even know where to begin. Hound came out of nowhere and shattered my heart, quickly becoming one of my all time favorite KA heroes. Even now, my heart both cracks and soars when I think back on everything he is on these pages. Keely and Hound's romance is breathtaking and gut wrenching and deliciously sexy, it's everything I didn't even know to hope for when I began reading. But I have to say, the dynamic between Hound and Jean will stand out as one of the most unforgettable, inspiring relationships between two characters I've ever read in a Kristen Ashley novel. The friendships and loyalties between KA's characters are truly the backbone of every single one of her books. It's never just about the romance in her stories, it's about the inextricable ties that link every single personality together in her vast ensemble of characters. And the connection Hound shares with Jean, the unconditional love and the most selfless form of friendship was so incredibly moving to witness. They say one's character is defined by who they are when no one else is watching, and Hound's truth and his heart and the absolute beauty of his character is never more evident than when he's with Jean. If you don't fall hard and fast for this blue-eyed biker, something is seriously wacked in your soul.
Wild Like the Wind is an all consuming romance about second chances, about grabbing life by the balls, about finding your way back after grief, but it's all swathed in a deliciously forbidden biker romance, and if there's anything more delicious in the world than the idea of a forbidden MC romance courtesy of Kristen Ashley, I'd like to be formally introduced immediately. The forbidden nature of what's growing between Hound and Keely is something the Chaos MC has strict rules against. But more, Keely and Hound's own turmoil over moving on together with the shadow of the past hanging over them is just as emotionally taxing as keeping it a secret from the club. This story is raw and intense and complicated and it all makes for such an emotionally tumultuous reading experience. There's something palpable about the way KA characters love each other and take each other's backs and because of that, the notion that Hound and Keely getting together might bring the wrath of the club upon them is a legitimate fear that you both want to see tested in the name of love and avoided for the sake of brotherhood.
I absolutely ADORED this story from beginning to end. The history of the club, all we know about Chaos' darkest days, comes full circle in this book, bridging the past with the present, laying the framework for future drama and more inevitable romance. It's both addictive and awe inspiring what Kristen Ashley continues to do with each Chaos installment, masterfully weaving together decades of longing, loss, brotherhood and rivalry to create new standalone romances that are both refreshingly thrilling and comfortably familiar. As each Chaos brother finds his way to happy, more drama and uncertainty is unleashed on the club ensuring the reader is instantly ravenous for more. That's where I'm now left... with an epic book hangover, completely bereft that Wild Like the Wind is over, my heart overflowing with joy and peace over Keely and Hound's unforgettable romance, but bursting with both dread and anticipation for what's sure to come in the wake of these events.

- Albuquerque, NM
Sun, 29 Jul 2018

4 Stars
Overall Opinion: The first half of the book?! F-Loved! It could just be me and my weird obsession with unrequited love type stories, but I just don't think that second half was anywhere near as good as the first. It felt like it changed from being about these two finally getting together to focusing too much on other people's stories. I get that Bev and Boz are a part if the mc and have been side characters in the other stories, but I just wasn't all that interested in all that went along with their drama. It also brought in the club drama. I get that it's an mc, and we've been reading about the goings on with this mc for a while -- but I wanted to go back to focusing their relationship! Oh well... I got my cry in at least for that first half, and overall I liked the book.
Brief Summary of the Storyline: This is Keely and Hound's story. Keely's husband, Black, was a member of Chaos MC when he died. Hound steps up in a big way to fill his role in taking care of Keely and raising her two sons. He has been in love with Keely, but club rules don't allow him to even consider going there. Many years later, Keely decides she's had enough beating around the bush and makes a move on Hound. They start a secret affair and fall deeper in love. There is some mc and friend drama, some hot sexy times, and some sad moments...and they get a HEA ending.
POV: This alternated between focusing on Hound in 3rd person narrative and Keely's POV.
Overall Pace of Story: Good. I never skimmed and I thought it flowed well.
Instalove: No, they take (~18) years to start a relationship. They do have strong feelings for one another when they eventually start their relationship.
H rating: 5 stars. Hound. What an awesome H! He is up there with my personal top KA heroes! The way he took care of everyone in such a selfless way?! Swoon.
h rating: 3.5 stars. Keely. She was a tough cookie, and she was a good old lady. I did want her to communicate with Hound better (especially in the beginning).
Sadness level: Moderate/high. I cried a good bit for the first half of this book. Unrequited love feeling and the H caring for his elderly neighbor definitely got to me!
Push/Pull: Yes [spoilers removed]
Heat level: Hot. They have some hot tension, chemistry, and scenes -- but not so much it takes away from the story.
Descriptive sex: Yes
OW/OM drama: Yes [spoilers removed]
Sex scene with OW or OM: No
Cheating: No
Separation: Yes [spoilers removed]
Possible Triggers: Yes [spoilers removed]
Closure: This had good closure with what I would call a HEA ending even though it opens the story up for the last book in the series. But as for the couple, I'd still say it was good closure.
Safety: This one should be Safe for most safety gang readers
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