Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Review of Wrath by Kaylee Song


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. This book can be read as a stand alone but I would recommend reading Rage first just to get all of the references.

In this book we meet Aidan and Emma. Both Aidan and Emma have some past demons that they are trying to get though. Both of them are looking for something more for their future they just didn't count on it being the other person. Emma is looking to finish school and possibly go into graduate school to get her degree in sports therapy. She goes to work for her cousin Kat to earn money for school that her scholarships don't cover. She is determined to do it on her own without owning anyone. She has had a rough upbringing and after all she went through she is determined not to rely on anyone but herself. Emma knows she is hiding things from those around her but she just doesn't want to drag them in. What happen when those secrets come back to bite her and those around her.

Aidan has returned from war not fully the man he was when he left. Between the loss of one leg and the nightmares Aidan doesn't feel is is right for any woman. Sure he has his fun but isn't looking for anything permanent. That is until he meets Emma, there is just something about her that draws him in and wont let go. So when he finds her broken down the night they meet he just has to help. Aidan thinks his day and night are looking up when first he meets Rage at a bar and he offers him a job at the garage, after that he meets Emma and sees that his personal life might be looking up. However the thing he feels is most important is the fact that Rage asks Wrath (Aidan) to join the Fire and Steel Motorcycle club. Wrath is proud to be part of a family again but how many directions will have be pulled into just to join the club.

This story is amazing it will have you hooked from the first word till the very end. This story is full of many twist and turns that will have you hooked from the fist word till the very last. It is a must read.

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