ARC REVIEW: WRATH (Fire and Steel MC Book 2) by: Kaylee Song

Wrath (Fire and Steel MC Book 2)

By: Kaylee Song

wrath cover

Book: Wrath

Series: Fire and Steel MC

Author: Kaylee Song

Release Date: July 6, 2015


Note: This is a Stand Alone Book with an HEA ending.

The Savior

Emma Snow has spent her life fighting to live. The product of a broken home, she clawed her way to independence, but at a cost. Now, in her junior year at a top tier college, she has everything within her grasp. Until she meets him.

Aidan is wild and reckless. Everything she isn’t and everything she should avoid. Her attraction to him is undeniable.

Emma escaped darkness before. Will surrendering to him only trap her again?

The Sinner

Wounded Army Specialist, Aidan Crowne never thought living at home could be this hard. A year into his new life, and he is already spinning out of control. No job, no prospects.

Fire and Steel MC offers him a place at their side. Joining the club means he’ll have to sacrifice everything that makes him human and give into his true nature.

His Wrath.

Is it worth the cost?

Can Emma deny Aidan when she’s the only one who might lead him to safety?


My Review

5 Stars

Loved the first book in the series Rage and this one didn’t disappoint at all. Wrath was an amazing story. This was a beautiful gritty MC romance with lots of action and sexiness.

Aidan (Wrath) wanted someplace to fit into. It was hard coming back from the military and feeling like he had no purpose. Living with nightmares from battle when he lost his friends and leg he is having a really hard time adjusting. When he sees Rage in the Kats Club and he offers him a job as a mechanic at the garage Aidan jumps right on it. He now had a feeling of purpose with this job. Then he met her.

Emma had always taken care of herself. She had to with a mother like she had. So being independent and depending on no one has always been the way she is. She is paying her way through school to become a physical therapist so she takes a job bartending at Kats Club. That is when she laid eyes on Aidan for the first time.

Emma and Aidan both learn that sometimes you have to except help and that it doesn’t make you weak or less independent.

I loved getting more of Cullen and Layla in this book and also a look at Thrash from a different light. Can’t wait to see what is coming up in the next book because this one ended with quite excitement for Cullen and Layla fans.

Received this advance readers copy in exchange for an honest review.



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