Steele by Vicki Green

Publication Date: September 20th, 2014

“Alone. He wants no one, needs no one, but himself. In need of money, Steele Ryker finds a bar in a desolate area in the desert and secures a job as a bartender/bouncer. The biker bar fills him with the fights he craves and the women to fill his lonely nights until…. She walks in.

Kallie Pearson is out for one thing, a good time. She’s bored of all the normal guys, the normal hot spots and finds a bar that holds just wants she’s been longing for…. Danger.

What she doesn’t know is just how much danger it holds.”

Review:

This novella was only 77 pages on IBooks, so I understood that it was supposed to move fast. However, I think it moved too fast.

Steele meets a girl named Kallie while he’s bartending. He is on the road constantly, so he doesn’t really have anyone. Kallie is a girl who just wants to have a little exhilaration in her life. She wants to have fun and do something dangerous.

Basically every bad biker boy romance story ever.

I think I would’ve liked this book better if it didn’t move so fast. It was a good story and a good idea for a story, but I felt like I was jumping into this without any hesitation from either character. In the synopsis, it says how Steele doesn’t need anyone, and I felt like this would’ve been better if that rang true.

Rating: 3.5/5

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