Series: Winter's Wrath #1
Published by Bianca Sommerland on January 27th, 2016
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Outcasts, black sheep, those who never fit in anywhere. Winter’s Wrath belongs to them. Every single member of the band rejects the norm when it comes to music.
They won’t settle when it comes to love.
Alder Trousseau, the lead guitarist in a band that owns his heart and soul, has always stood in the shadow of a man he hates. Braver “Brave” Trousseau, the voice of Winter’s Wrath.
For the success of the band, they have to work past their animosity, but that’s difficult when they have the same taste in women. And men.
Sex is a game to Brave. A game that might leave the people Alder cares for completely broken. Unless he claims them for his own.
If he steps out of the shadows, he’ll have no choice to play. To win.
On stage, the drama drives the fans insane. The songs they sing are a blood racing, body moving, warcry. But the very real battle taking place between the snares and the mic might tear the band apart.
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I’m generally a huge fan of Ms. Sommerland’s books, the Cobras in particular.. So I was a bit worried about the shift of genre.
But as usual, the author gives great details about the specific settings, this time rock stars which helps me connect with the story and the characters.
Though I have to admit, this was a a hard nut to crack. I am a quick reader, but it took me 5 days to reach 50% mainly because I felt the story dragged a little. Don’t get me wrong both Adler and Danica are great together, but I was certain it would be a ménage book (which no one does better than Bianca Sommerland) so I didn’t understand why it could take so long for the third person to become involved…
After the 50% mark, I was hooked and it just costs me a day of studying, since I have been reading through the night…
It was the development of the ménage relationship (though it took to long for them to connect) which drew me in, but Alder’s brother Brave and his asshole ways, kept me on the edge of my seat. I can’t wait to see how Ms. Sommerland will make us all love him in the following books…
The three other band members felt a little shoved to the side because of the relationship between the brothers. Particularly Conner felt like a stranger even at the end, whereas the reader gets to know plenty about Tate and Malakai.
Overall, it was a good book, and I will certainly read the next one. Not only because I hope Tate is next (I really like him), but because when this author writes a series, they might have a “main” couple, but we see the development of the past relationships, and I, for one, want to see more of Adler, Jesse, and Danica.