by Sarah Castille
From bestselling author Sarah Castille comes a scorching new series featuring red-hot, hard-riding bikers and the women who can’t help but love them…
IT TAKES A GOOD, STRONG WOMAN
Raised in a motorcycle gang, tough, beautiful Arianne Hunter has always dreamed of a normal life. But no sooner does she escape her father’s domineering grasp than she wakes up to find herself in a rival gang’s clubhouse—at the mercy of the dangerously sexy Jagger Knight.
TO TAME A MAN WHO’S HELL ON WHEELS.
The alpha leader of the notorious Sinner’s Tribe, Jagger Knight is all muscle, all biker, and all man. But somewhere inside this hard tattooed outlaw, Arianne senses a kindred spirit—and she can’t ignore their tempestuous attraction. Can she beat him at his own game in a revved-up blaze of glory? Or will their passion spark a war that’s the end of the road for them both?
*arc provided by netgalley for an honest review*
I didn't I would ever say this, but...I think this book had too much drama. It was overwhelming. I could have done with the issues between the clubs. But it wasn't only that. You add in sibling and father drama, major drama by the way, Banksy mysteriousness, and then there is Leo drama, Axle drama, Wheels drama, and then the relationship drama between Vexy and Jagger. And it wasn't like it was just a little bit of drama, it was a continuous cycle of drama that didn't stop until the book was almost over. That just lasted too long. I think if the angst between our two main characters would have been resolved sooner, then it wouldn't have been so overwhelming. There was just too much going on. I understand the reason why it had to play out how it did plot wise, but as for the flow of the book, it just didn't work.
I also had a slight issue with some of the verbage used in the book. I don't mind the dirty words, that I actually enjoyed. But sometimes it seemed just a little much. For example- usurp in a biker book is a bit much.
I did like the book, and I did read the whole thing, but I did find myself wanting to give up due to everything that was going on. it was just like once one thing was fixed or addressed, then immediately something else popped up or we were back to her wanting to leave. and that felt like the topic that just would not go away.