Monday, August 9, 2010

Review - Tracker's Sin By Sarah McCarty

Tracker's Sin


Before his trade became his name, “Tracker” Ochoa was a scrawny Mestizo runaway. Now as fearsome as he once was frightened, he’s joined the notorious Hell’s Eight...and they have a job for him.

He must rescue kidnapped heiress Ari Blake and deliver her safely to the Hell’s Eight compound—by any means necessary. Turns out that includes marrying her, if he means to escort her and her infant daughter across the Texas Territory. Tracker hadn’t bargained on a wife—especially such a fair, blue-eyed beauty. But the erotic pleasures of the marriage bed more than make up for the surprise.

Tracker’s well-muscled bronze skin and dark, dangerous eyes are far more exciting than any of Ari’s former debutante dreams. In the light of day, though, his deep scars and brooding intensity terrify her. But he’s her husband and she’s at his mercy. With the frontier against them and mercenary bandits at their heels, Ari fears she’ll never feel safe again.

Tracker, too, remembers what fear feels like. Though he burns to protect Ari, to keep her for himself always, he knows that money, history—and especially the truth—can tear them apart.

Well I've finally got to read this book. I have been wanting Ari's book since I read Caine's Reckoning. I mean I've been seriously lusting after this book.  Sarah did not disappoint. The plot of this book had some serious twist to it in order to let Ari and Tracker get close and I don't want to give them away but dayumn the way Sarah wrote this book rocks.  It's also has several scenes that was so funny I about peed my pants re the diaper scene. When you read it you'll know what I mean.This book was very emotional on all levels. There was some fantastic fight scenes and a heroine when she finally comes into her own is hell on wheels And to take on one of the Hell's Eight she'd have to be.  The only thing that I didn't like about this book was the length.  Too dang short and some things were left unfinished to me. Not as detailed as normal. Sarah you seriously need to write longer stories. Your promise books have spoiled me. And hurry up with Shadow's book. You left the boy on the edge of a cliff with one foot slipping.
I give this book 4 1/4 stars.
PS. in the blurb from manufactor above it states Ari has a girl not so it was a boy in the book.
For disclosure purposes I recieved a free ecopy of this story from Netgalley and wasn't given other compensation other than that for my review of this story.

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