She desperately tried to fight the flames until her neighbours eventually pulled her away for her own safety, as the fire rapidly engulfed the entire neighbourhood. Even more devastating about her loss, was that the house had been renovated just a few months before the fire. Residents try to salvage whatever they can after a fire burnt their houses in Tanza, Navotas City. A woman of candour, Emma talks about the fire incident, and her life so far. It has been almost two months since she lost her house and today, she continues to grieve. Maya-maya kapag nalungkot ka, nag-iisa ka, iiyak talaga.
Kasi ngayon lang naming na-experience iyon. Since birth, hindi kami nasunugan. Para akong pulubi nanghihingi ng damit sa bata kasi iyong karamihang dating puro pang matanda; pambata, wala. Tsinelas wala rin sila.
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Ginagawa ko humihingi ako. Pakapalan na lang ng mukha. This is the first time this has ever happened to me, and to my family. Now I feel like a beggar, asking for clothes for my kids, since most of the donated clothes are for grownups. I just have to swallow my pride and beg. Families take shelter in the Tanza National High School Basketball court after a fire burnt down their houses.
After a quick assessment they concluded that each family needed a closed space to live in for the meantime. Anne Malcom Yes there will be a Lexie and Killian book: As well as Lily, Rosie and Lucy getting their stories told too. Can this be read as a standalone? Anne Malcom Yes, this can be read as a standalone: See 2 questions about Out of the Ashes….
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And I thought to myself, if this was a book with a brand new to me hero, I had not met before, I might not have been able to take his actions and behaviour. But, after book 1, where we know his history, we know just how deep the darkness in him is, what battle he fights on a daily basis just to keep on living, in this book, we knew why he was as he was. We also get some Bull POV here, and the guilt he lives with just magnifies when he meets Mia, as she gives him the first peace he has known in years. And he feels he does not deserve this peace.
What follows is probably the best book of the series, and I have truly enjoyed the previous books. It is so emotional and heart felt, and heart wrenching. But, while Bull is never going to be as openly affectionate as Cade and Brock, as that is just not who he is, how he was with "his girls" toward the end, was beautiful.
And we not only see Bull finally feel able to deserve a partner, we get to watch him fall in love not just with a woman, but with her daughter, and he changes in so many ways, from a broken shell of a man living in darkness, to a man, a father standing in the light. And while I feel this is Bull's story, maybe as we knew him and had hoped for HEA for him, Mia was just as engaging a character. Knowing she is hiding something, scared of something, ruining from that same thing, but she had created a beautiful life for her daughter, and their relationship was awesome. A beautiful 5 stars Oh, and Lexie and Killian!!
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Love rated it it was amazing. I have really loved all the books in this series but this book somehow takes it to another level. The characters were extraordinary, the story was amazing, and this is one of those books that will stand out among the hundreds of books you read. After moving far away from the only family they have Mia and her daughter Lexie find a new life. After a devastating loss Bull has no plans on opening himself up ever again and just living some days is hard.
She sparks something in him he though long dead but also terrifies him. Mia is like no woman he has ever scene and her daughter and her are something that pull at Bull. Neither are sure they can find the light at the end of the tunnel. I loved Bull, he was a phenomenal hero possessive and strong and protective and fierce.
Mia was funny and sweet and just as strong in her own right. Her first book, I loved. You could see that she would be a great author and had the potential to create some breathtaking books and did in book one. Her second book, which I also loved just made me more sure and had me saying yeah she is great and coming into her own. With this third book she has staked her claim and made her own voice in this genre that has become saturated and in the authors circle all together.
I knew she was great with both books one an two like I said I loved those books but this book is something else, five stars will never be enough. And on a small side note this author is so sweet, when it seems we are seeing more and more mean and nasty authors she is so sweet and kind, and you can tell she not only loves what she does she takes pride in it, and cares about her readers. Feb 18, Denisa rated it really liked it Shelves: So much better than the first two! I loved these two, they were wonderful together! They had the spark, they had the chemistry, they had everything they needed to make this a wonderful book.
Oct 06, Bev rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed this much more than I thought I would. I have problems with reading badly or unedited books which is why I DNF'd Making the Cut, the first book in the series. This one is greatly improved, and the few errors there were didn't detract from my reading experience.
At first I thought Mia was going to get on my wick with her ridiculous decisions, and decided she wasn't the brightest bulb in the box. BUT I got used to her quirkiness and batty behaviour which was balanced out by her daughter's I enjoyed this much more than I thought I would. BUT I got used to her quirkiness and batty behaviour which was balanced out by her daughter's maturity. I loved Bull even when he was being a miserable get, my heart broke for what he suffered and how he lived with the guilt.
I'm anxiously waiting for Lexie's story, I need to know what went wrong there. View all 5 comments. Out of the Ashes is now available for preorder on Amazon! Get it here http: Coming at you on March 1st View all 4 comments. Mar 05, Neeta rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ding, ding, ding, Yes we have a winner here! I read this last night and loved it. The best of the 3 full length ones in the series. Some mild spoilerish info may follow I thought the mother-daughter relationship was adorable, and it reminded me of all the good stuff between the mum and daughter from the Gilmore Girls.
I loved seeing a fun, sensible and NOT "broken" teenage girl - there's not many out there in bookl Ding, ding, ding, Yes we have a winner here! I loved seeing a fun, sensible and NOT "broken" teenage girl - there's not many out there in booklandia and it makes for a nice change. We have a very cool heroine - fun, quirky in a good way, not a "try-hard" way , caring and while she's not superconfident, she's not a total doormat either.
Also, the hero and daughter relationship was somewhat like that of Joe and Vi's girls from Kristen Ashley's At Peace but without Joe's shit-for-brains hurtful moments to both the heroine and daughters. So it's all the good stuff that goes with an angst-ridden-tortured-hero but without crossing the line into too much alpha-hole-jerk-to-the-heroine territory. I also liked that though the angst level is high re: A great deal of the hero's angst was because the heroine was coming to mean so much to him and felt he didn't deserve it , and he feared what might happen to her because of who he is And so NOT because there was a new woman on the horizon and he didn't want her replacing the dead lover, or she couldn't replace the dead lover, or guilt because she was coming to mean more to him than his devotion to the dead lover or the dreaded "I love her in a different but just as good a way".
I also really loved the YA side romance of the heroine's daughter and the young guy the MC had taken on who will prospect with them as soon as he turns View all 6 comments.
May 13, Naksed rated it liked it Shelves: Anne Malcolm has basically rewritten Kristen Ashley's At Peace but imho, she has actually improved on it. I would not call it plagiarism, rather "inspired by. The h was still Anne Malcolm has basically rewritten Kristen Ashley's At Peace but imho, she has actually improved on it. The h was still a bit of a doormat. The secondary characters were great. This is definitely more of an ensemble rather than one on one romance.
The bikers and their families, the h's teenage daughter and her hot "baby biker" boyfriend, the rock band, were all living, breathing, well-developed characters that contributed to the plot. I was left wanting to read the other books in the series with the hope that the author could come up with her own creations rather than writing KA fanfic. Oct 09, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: Wow this one was so much better than book 1, which I didn't care for much. It definitely had an "At Peace" by Kristen Ashley vibe to it, yet there were big parts that were completely different. Even though I still found that the heroine gave in too easily, at least she wasn't a lame airhead like the heroine from book 1.
A lot of people commented that this book made them think of "The Gilmore Girls" and I would have to agree with them. This didn't bother me in the least because I love that series.
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I also think that Mia was a great mom and her relationship with her daughter really made me laugh. This was so KA-like - it seemed to be fanfic. Too much like At Peace. The "witty" retorts and comments of the h and the daughter were too stilted and didn't seem natural - both got on my nerves. Took me days to read - wanted to DNF a couple of times but made myself persevere. I might have rated better if it was KA inspired not exactly like KA.
Don't know if I'll read other books by this author. Oct 27, Jos rated it liked it. I have to say that as much as I have been enjoying this series, I can't help but feel that this story about Bull and Mia was more on the disappointing side for me: Mia and Lexie's backstory, well mainly Mia, was heartbreaking and I mean when we finally get all the pieces of her broken past, I was crushed for her. I loved that she and Lexie were so close and that she was such a great mom BUT their humorous bantering back n forth for me, was annoying.
That sort of back n forth for me was so overdone that it kinda put a damper on the flow of the story. Now Bull and Mia Their first encounter, whoa, had me squirming in my seat. I still enjoyed the rest of the gang and look forward to the future stories for sure. I can't wait for Lexie and Killian's Sep 01, Tzelina rated it it was amazing. I have been waiting for this book because it is Bull's story.
My heart ached for this character and everything he went through and finally he found his perfect match in Mia!!! I think this one is my favorite so far. This was an incredible book!! Mar 09, Ermani rated it really liked it Shelves: Reread September Despite being so distracted the first time through, this book popped in my head and I decided to reread it. This time I was able to focus on the story and the dialog which in its own right, was great.
I enjoyed it much more this time around and had a much better reading experience. So despite my earlier concerns, I am increasing my stars because this book worked for me. I like the way this author writes and I hope to see more unique books that show off her talents. On one Reread September Despite being so distracted the first time through, this book popped in my head and I decided to reread it. On one hand, I enjoyed this book. Killian and Lexie were great.
On the other hand, it didn't have a KA vibe. It had recurrent areas of KA deja vu. Having read old school KA at least 4 times each, it's hard not to notice when something is so similar. My crazy for KA fans will no doubt pick up on it too. There was enough originality for me to enjoy it. Mia was very funny. I liked her very much. She was one character that felt truly genuine. This would have been a If I am wrong in my assessment, I apologize. I look forward to reading Killian and Lexie's story and hope their story takes on a life of its own.
Jan 27, Judy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have read all of the books in this series and each book just gets better and better in both quality and substance. This book can be read as a standalone but reading all of the books in order will give you the backstory of the main characters. Bull has faced loss and has shut himself off from getting close to anyone.
His girlfriend was previously killed as a result of club violence and he agonizes over his failure to I have read all of the books in this series and each book just gets better and better in both quality and substance. His girlfriend was previously killed as a result of club violence and he agonizes over his failure to protect her. When he meets Mia, he recognizes the attraction but fights it. The story is light hearted at times but also has the grit to keep you on the edge of your seat.
The author succeeded in giving me a connection with the characters and a story that I thoroughly enjoyed including drama, suspense and a HEA. ARC provided by the author May 10, Becky rated it it was amazing. Super duper, awesome, freaking fantastic, OTT alpha read. Ah-maz-ing characters, Mia and Lexie hilarious characters, Mia and Zane are both broken people who find an amazing soul mate once in a life time love.
Hot sexy times, continued characters, great story, all the club and their gals are back, so many LOL moment, More kidnappings and rescues, bad guys BAD! Hope Lexi and Killians story next or soon. Anyone who loves KA's Rock Chick series should check this one out!
One click but these books! He is so beautifully broken. And I just adored Mia and Lexie. They had me cracking up with their Gilmore-style banter and antics. The way their family comes together is so awesome. Either way, I will be reading alllll the books. Mar 08, Christine rated it it was ok Shelves: I started this with high hopes but was soon distracted by how much it copied Kristen Ashley's style as well as the Gilmore Girls.
Kristen Ashley needs to trademark her brand of hot guys on motorcycles who give chin lifts while grinning at how adorable the heroine is. Then the Gilmore Girls creators should get royalties from this story of a cute, quirky single mom of a levelheaded bookworm teen daughter who also happens to be a hotel manager who loves coffee, junk food, and pop culture references I started this with high hopes but was soon distracted by how much it copied Kristen Ashley's style as well as the Gilmore Girls.
Then the Gilmore Girls creators should get royalties from this story of a cute, quirky single mom of a levelheaded bookworm teen daughter who also happens to be a hotel manager who loves coffee, junk food, and pop culture references. View all 3 comments. Jun 04, Tina marked it as stay-away-not-for-me. Apr 07, Zuray yaruz7 rated it it was amazing.
I knew Bull story was heartbreaking, it was ugly and painful but dear god there were parts I wanted to strangle him But none the less I loved him and Mia was perfect for him and the way he was with Lexy and Lexy with him was perfect. I'm a sucker for single parent stories so when I saw that Mia had a kid I was exited to see how Bull the brooding, silent, torture, enforcer of The Sons of Templar was going to react to the kid but to my surprise it wasn't I little kid like I'm use to read but a I knew Bull story was heartbreaking, it was ugly and painful but dear god there were parts I wanted to strangle him I'm a sucker for single parent stories so when I saw that Mia had a kid I was exited to see how Bull the brooding, silent, torture, enforcer of The Sons of Templar was going to react to the kid but to my surprise it wasn't I little kid like I'm use to read but a 16 year old "unicorn" teenager and she was adorable and her relationship with her mother even more.
It's getting absolutely ridiculous at how Anne Malcom's words continue to slay me. My whole mind is blank right now. There are no words to explain the excruciating pleasure I got from reading Bull's story. My heart hurt so much for him. Bull is officially my favourite ever hero of Anne's. Nobody compares to him. His filthy mouth is dirtier than you can ever imagine. His intensity will absolutely burn you from the inside out. He is a sweet combination of rough and gentle that will have you meltin It's getting absolutely ridiculous at how Anne Malcom's words continue to slay me.
He is a sweet combination of rough and gentle that will have you melting into a puddle at his feet. His hard exterior is hard to love at times, hard to break through, but once done, you will find that it contains the softest heart that wants to love wholeheartedly. Bull and Mia, while they might be the most unlikely couple, they are absolutely perfect each other.
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