Series: Bad Boys of Retribution MC
Author: Rie Warren
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: August 25, 2015
Her name is Sinclair Chatham. Sin. That’s exactly what she is—walking, talking, in the flesh sin. She’s haughty, privileged, so goddamn starlet sexy, with an ass I want to grab and spank raw.
I want her to give herself over to me. I want her to lose that polished princess veneer. I want to strip away the money, the manicures, the maids, the immaculate façade.
I need her to be mine. But I’m a grunt. A biker. A tattoo artist. I’m blue collar all the way, and her family will probably shit bricks if they ever meet me.
Not to mention, I’m running from a bad past that’s about to catch up with me.
I would never go for Cole in a million years. He’s gruff, rough around the edges—and covered in ink. He’s unapologetic, demanding, and sometimes scary as hell. He tells me what he wants, how he wants it, and why he’s going to ruin me for all other men.
Coletrane destroys my vanity, gets inside my head while he gets into my bed, and I can’t say no to him. He’s not what I expected—tender at times, taking no prisoners at others. He breaks me down, builds me up.
He is not my type.
They say opposites attract, and they’re right. I just didn’t expect him to turn my cushy life upside down and inside out. But it’s too late, and someone’s going to get hurt.
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books.
This is book four in the Bad Boys of Retribution MC series. You don't need to have read books one to three first. It would help though, to give you a better picture, a more complete picture of this MC and its members.
Coletrane is suffering from his past mistakes, and thinks that he isn't good enough for Sinclair. When Cole's past comes back to haunt him, and Sin, Cole knows he should walk away. Far FAR away. But Sin is strong, much stronger than Cole gives her credit for. Question is, will Cole give them a chance?
I said in my review of Bo, that I would mention the single, first person POV unless it bothered me. HERE it bothered me. WHY?? no idea, maybe Cole himself. I didn't like Hunter as much as Bo and Kaid, so maybe that's it, but it bothered me, I noticed it.
Cole's past is dark, and deadly, and it shows just how far he has come out of that past. I loved that Sin wasn't at all bothered, she knew, she got over it, she still wanted Coletrane, but he is stubborn, oh yes! stubborn stubborn man! I loved that Sin could see past the outer façade he portrayed, and see straight into his soul.
With regards to the cover, I should say this. Coletrane is described as tattooed (arms, chest, stomach), and chained, (wrists and neck) but the cover shows a very clean, albeit sexy, man. Surely it would have been better to portray Coletrane on the cover of his book, as he is described in it??
Because I didn't feel for Cole as I did the others, and I noticed the single POV more here...
**same worded review appears on Goodreads, Amazon.com, and Amazon.co.uk**
Rie is the badass, sassafras author of Sugar Daddy and the Don’t Tell series–a breakthrough trilogy that crosses traditional publishing boundaries beginning with In His Command. Her latest endeavors include the Carolina Bad Boys, a fun, hot, and southern-sexy series.
A Yankee transplant who has traveled the world, Rie started out a writer—causing her college professor to blush over her erotic poetry without one ounce of shame. Not much has changed. She swapped pen for paintbrushes and followed her other love during her twenties. From art school to marriage to children and many a wild and wonderful journey in between, Rie has come home to her calling. Her work has been called edgy, daring, and some of the sexiest smut around.
You can connect with Rie via the social media hangouts listed on her website https://www.riewarren.com. She is represented by Saritza Hernandez, Corvisiero Literary Agency. http://www.corvisieroagency.com/Saritza_Hernandez.html