Review: Chaos Bound (Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club #4) by Sarah Castille

June 28, 2016 Review 0

Review: Chaos Bound (Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club #4) by Sarah Castille

After enduring months of torture at the hands of the Black Jacks MC, and betrayed by his own club, Holt “T-Rex” Savage, a junior member of the Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club, will stop at nothing to get revenge. But falling for a beautiful woman with dangerous ties to his sworn enemy was never part of the plan…

Raised by the Black Jacks, Naiya Kelly grew up fast, furiously, and with little to lose. But now that she’s put her MC days behind her, she is free to do what she wants—until she meets a man who imprisons her, body and soul. She swore she’d never give her heart to a biker, but Holt is the most passionate, protective man she’s ever known. But will Holt be forced to betray his one true love to exact his revenge?

Title: Chaos Bound
Author: Sarah Castille
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Nico, Luca
Published by St Martin's
Source: Publisher
Published: June 28th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Motorcycle Theme, Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 384
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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While I could never function as a woman in the world of outlaw bikers, I love reading this genre of romance novels.  There’s something about bad boy Alpha types that is really appealing.  Chaos Bound was my introduction to the Sinner’s Tribe MC and Sarah Castille and was a highly enjoyable one.

Holt, aka T-Rex, is deeply effected by his long captivity and torture at the hands of a rival club.  Unlike in so many romance novels,  Holt doesn’t magically go back to his old self at some pivotal point.  He is permanently and irreparably changed by his experience.  Castille does a great job at exploring how the new Holt deals with life, his old friends, Naiya, etc.  While Naiya’s love is a healing salve to Holt’s emotional wounds, it can’t fix him.

Naiya has chosen the “safe” path in life to get away from the horrible childhood she endured inside the Black Jacks MC.  She’s dedicated herself to getting an education and science appeals to her because of it’s structure.  Even her boyfriend is boring in a way she prefers after dealing with her nightmare childhood.  Until Holt, she never realized what passion could be and that playing it safe was only providing her a shell of a life.

What ensues is a suspenseful, exciting ride of revenge, redemption and danger.  Holt and Naiya both struggle with the revenge they need again the Black Jacks.  It becomes a tremendous force on each of them and their relationship and the reader often wonders how the two can ever move on.

This book worked well as a stand alone but now I NEED to read the other books in the series.

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