Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Amy's 3.5 star ARC Review of Steel (Night Rebels MC) by Chiah Wilder

A fierce and feared warrior. His name is Steel, and he’s President of the Night Rebels MC. Part Navajo, part Irish, Steel is a respected leader of his brotherhood. With his tatted muscular body, ebony hair, and green eyes, he is a magnet to women. Never turning away a sexy body, he indulges in casual sex, but nothing more.

For him, defending his brotherhood and protecting his teenage daughter are foremost. Falling in love and being in a long term relationship don’t even make it on his list. He gave his heart to a woman when he was young and weak, but now he’s strong and has no room in his heart for love.

Then he meets his daughter’s social worker. His attraction to her is intense. Desire flares through him, and he’s drawn to her in a way that angers him. He doesn’t have time for a woman, but he can’t get the feisty, spirited caseworker out of his mind. 
He wants to run his callused fingers through her hair.

He wants to crush his mouth to hers

He wants to devour her.

But she resists him. No woman has ever resisted him. 

When he looks into her eyes, he sees the depths of sorrow and a spark of passion. She’s touched him. He’s never wanted a woman as much as he wants her. 
And he always gets what he wants…no matter what.

From the moment Breanna Quine laid eyes on the rugged biker, her body betrayed her. And when she spotted the outlaw’s MC patch on his leather jacket, her blood turned to ice.

Hating bikers since her father gave up his family for the brotherhood, Breanna swore to never be around them again. Then the captivating Night Rebels President’s blazing, green-eyed gaze catches hers, and she is drawn to him like a moth is to fire.

But she can’t let herself fall for him, no matter how much her body buzzes whenever she is near him. As hard as she tries to fight her attraction to the dark, dangerous man, her resistance is weakening. Then when she sees his tenderness toward his daughter, it melts her heart. She has to keep reminding herself that he’s not only a biker, but he’s the worst kind—an outlaw.

Steel has his hands full trying to figure out who is supplying drugs to the teens of Alina, Colorado. Time is running out for him as danger comes knocking at his door threatening to destroy his family and the woman whom he has vowed to make his own.

Can two independent people put their past behind them in order to come together? Will they fight for love against the shadows and the danger that lurks all around them, threatening to destroy them forever?

Steel is the president of the Nights Rebels MC. A proud Navajo he is feared and respected. His daughter is caught in a web of drugs being brought into his territory. Needing to find out who is running the drugs affecting his community before others get hurt could pose deadly. Protecting his daughter is something he won't quit on or give up on. 

Breanna meets the biker while sitting with his daughter whom she found almost dead in the slum house. She thought she was doing better. Not being able to get in touch with the girl's mother she calls her grandmother who sends her son -- the man she is looking at standing in the doorway of the hospital room can't be him. This man is intimidating and beautiful all at the same time. 
But hating bikers is her thing -- her father was one and the man walked out - her life has never been the same. 

This story has several plot twist in it and a lot of secondary characters as we meet more of the brothers of the MC. What I didn't really find favorable in the read was the relationship between Steel and his daughter and her mother. Steel didn't know his daughter had a caseworker and Breanna had been assigned to her for six weeks? I didn't see how he could be depicted as a caring father and not know this. 

The entire story was a little confusing for me. It wasn't bad but it just was not my favorite. Click it up and try it yourself. Let me know what you think. I just couldn't really attach myself to the characters and when that happens for me it's hard for me to connect then as well to the story. 

Thank you for the ARC! Review to post to Ramblings from Beneath The Sheets. I love Chiah's other series and like I said I didn't dislike this read it just didn't hit me where it counts.

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