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Review: The Iron Tiara by Beth Flynn



Anthony Bear and Christy Chapman are from two completely different worlds.Anthony’s the leader of a motorcycle gang that terrorizes Florida’s West Coast. As a child, he ran away from his family and the Cherokee Indian Reservation to enter a life of crime. As an adult, he leads a multifaceted life managing his two businesses—his legitimate landscaping venture, and his loan shark and underworld dealings. Driven by anger and betrayal, Anthony begins the hunt for Christy’s father, Van Chapman, after he runs out on a loan.

Christy’s privileged life is not as it seems. She has kept painful family secrets and hidden some of her own. She’s determined to find out the truth and expose Van, but her search delivers her right into Anthony Bear’s hands, adding kidnapping to his list of crimes.

Their worlds are as contrasting as the color of their skin. The only thing they seem to have in common is their mutual disdain for Van Chapman…and each other.

They couldn’t be more wrong.

The Iron Tiara is a spin-off novel from The Minutes Trilogy. It can be read as a standalone, and does not contain a cliffhanger.


Reviewed by Bel

And Beth Flynn does it again! Has me swooning. Flicking those pages, greedy for more. Deliriously happy. Suspicious because everyone is shady AF. Hell, this is a Beth Flynn novel, everyone’s got secrets so I’m worried. Dying inside with all of this suspense and mystery. Shedding a tear again for Grizz and Kit from back in the day. Giddy with excitement. Raging with resentment. But most of all, my heart is now full of happiness. Once again Beth wove a tragically beautiful tale that reminded me, love really does conquer all. And wasn’t it something. I’m not sure where to begin with this review and if you’ve ever read a Beth Flynn novel you can probably understand what I mean when I say that. See Beth does something that I struggle to find in many other authors work. She doesn’t just bring you a story to distract you for a few hours. You don’t pick up a Beth Flynn novel and put it down feeling the same way you did when you began reading the first page. The woman will slay you with a story worth every second of your time. She pulls emotions from me I don’t often feel when reading. The way she weaves a love story together with flawed characters and intricate plot lines is nothing short of amazing. The Iron Tiara was another crazy ride of emotions just like Miss Flynn’s previous work. Christy and Anthony’s book is gritty, sometimes dark and not for the faint hearted. Another reason I find myself getting lost and utterly invested in Beth Flynn’s books is the way she teases readers with secondary characters’ relationships. The Iron Tiara gives you so much more than a small romance between two characters and I urge you pick it up and give it a go. While the beginning was somewhat slow for my liking, the book overall was a love story I won’t be forgetting any time soon.

It’s FIVE stars from me, folks. Enjoy!


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Beth Flynn is a fiction writer who lives and works in Sapphire, North Carolina, deep within the southern Blue Ridge Mountains. Raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Beth and her husband, Jim, have spent the last 19 years in Sapphire, where they own a construction company. They have been married 33 years and have two daughters and a temperamental pit bull named Lady , Beth enjoys writing, reading, gardening, church and motorcycles, especially taking rides on the back of her husband’s Harley. She is a seven-year breast cancer survivor.




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