Friday, July 10, 2015

Wrath {Book Review}

Title: Wrath

Author: Kaylee Song

Book Description:

This is a Stand Alone Book with an HEA ending! 

The Savior 

Emma Snow has spent her life fighting to live. The product of a broken home, she clawed her way to independence, but at a cost. Now, in her junior year at a top tier college, she has everything within her grasp. Until she meets him. 

Aidan is wild and reckless. Everything she isn’t and everything she should avoid. Her attraction to him is undeniable. 

Emma escaped darkness before. Will surrendering to him only trap her again? 

The Sinner 

Wounded Army Specialist, Aidan Crowne never thought living at home could be this hard. A year into his new life, and he is already spinning out of control. No job, no prospects. 

Fire and Steel MC offers him a place at their side. Joining the club means he’ll have to sacrifice everything that makes him human and give into his true nature. 

His Wrath. 

Is it worth the cost? 

Can Emma deny Aidan when she's the only one who might lead him to safety? 

My Review:

     Author Kaylee Song is a relatively new author to me and I always enjoy finding new authors. Wrath is the second book in her Fire & Steel  MC series.  I love finding new MC books to read and even though those seem to be the only books I've reviewed lately. There's just something about them that I love, I think it's because there a little darker and grittier than just your regular contemporary romance. 

    I loved Aidan,  or as he's better known as Wrath. He's dealing with his own demons from being just, or more recently being released from the army and losing a leg. He's trying to figure out where he belongs and finds that with the Fire & Steel MC. 

    Emma was a strong character. She is also dealing with her own demons and trying figure out her own place. She's a fighter, independent and a bit sassy. 

    After finishing the first book in this series I couldn't wait to read this book. I thought it was a very good read. There was a little bit of everything in it, drama, romance, and a sense of family even if not by blood. I saw a few mistakes that weren't to bad. Also there was a few little things that seemed to be missing to me, but that might have just been me being nit picking.  Other than that I thought it was great. 

    I'm giving this book a 3.5 - 4 Stars out of 5 and I can't wait to read Thrash's story!!!

                               You can purchase Wrath on Amazon

Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from the author for my honest review.  The opinions in this post are 100% of my own and may differ from others. 

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