Tuesday, 9 February 2016
Review: Sinner's Steel by Sarah Castille
Series: Sinner's Tribe MC (Book 3)
Publication Date: 6th October 2015
HE'S HELL ON WHEELS.
Tall, dark, and dangerously handsome, Zane "Tracker" Colter is the strong, silent type of tattooed muscle biker who drives women wild. But as a master of strategy for the outlaw MC club, Sinner's Tribe, he doesn't have time to play around with groupies and biker chicks-especially when he can't stop thinking about Evie, the girl who got away...
SHE'S PLAYING WITH FIRE.
Evie's been in love with Zane ever since they were children-until he broke her heart and disappeared. Now he's back in her life, bigger and badder than ever. Zane is stunned by how beautiful and confident Evie's become, using her artistic talent to customize motorcycles. He wants her so bad, he'd ride through fire to win her back. There's one problem: Evie is dating his deadliest rival-the leader of the Black Jacks-and if Evie and Zane hook up, there'll be hell to pay...
My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
I like Sarah Castille's writing style, and I enjoyed previous books in this series but I have to admit that Sinner's Steel wasn't my favourite. It wasn't bad, it wasn't good, it was very firmly somewhere in the middle of the two and it kind of made me sad as it had the potential to be so much more than it was.
Like all Sinner's Tribe books, there was plenty of action and suspense to go alongside the romantic elements of the book, which was great. The writing had a great raw quality to it that really highlighted the grittiness of the stories and helped to transport me - the reader - into the world.
I liked Zane, I liked catching up with the rest of the Tribe, but I didn't like Evie much. I enjoyed the history of Evie and Zane but had issues believing in them as a couple when re-united, quite possibly because of Evie. She just didn't seem hardy enough to last as an old lady...Plus, her actions throughout the book irked me.
All in all, it's worth a read if you enjoy MC romances but it's not one I'm going to fan-girl over.
(Review copy received via netgalley)