Thursday, May 22, 2014

Eliza's Review: Burn by Callie Hart


Title: Burn (Blood & Roses, #3)
Series: Yes
Author: Callie Hart
Release Date: 22nd May, 2014
Rating: 4 "Angry Girl" Stars


I’m not safe.

I haven’t been safe for a while now.

I ran to Zeth for protection, but Zeth is in danger himself. With Julio on one side, and the leader of the Widow Makers MC on the other, the smartest thing to do would be to run. I’ve been running long enough, though.

This is the closest I’ve come to finding my sister in two years.

I can’t back down now.


My right hand man’s being tortured in the basement.

The guy who tried to buy Sloane’s virginity is burning rubber in our direction.

My psychotic boss is on a mission to find me, and the girl I’m supposed to be keeping safe has landed herself right in the middle of all of this.

Just another breezy weekend in the Californian desert.

What could possibly go wrong in the next 48 hours?

In amongst the tension and drama the budding relationship between Zeth and Sloane is not so straight forward but evolves as much as it can considering the circumstances they find themselves in. Their relationship was formed in less than traditional circumstances they still have the intimacy and chemistry that bonds them. The search for her sister continues, Zeth opens up more, pasts are revealed, more questions are raised and the heat between them burns every brightly.

I'm really enjoying this series so far and can't believe how invested I am in Zeth and Slone.
The plots keeps moving forward in such a fluid and exciting way without being too over dramatic or unrealistic. I have to say it's one of the only books I read lately that as a reader I find myself truly caring about the supporting characters and wanting to also know their stories too, Laceys for instance and now obviously Rebels.

As much as my heart can't take much more suspense, I'm looking forward to the next instalment.

~ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you~


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