Sunday, 5 June 2016

Review: Ransom (Dead Man's Ink #3) by Callie Hart

*****5 Stars*****

Callie! Callie! Callie! What are you doing to me?
This series just keeps me guessing over and over again. Just when I think I know what's going to happen, Ms Hart throws another spanner in the works.
Rebel/Jamie is still sexy AF, in fact I can confidently say he's even more so as his relationship with Sophia progresses. I'm having a serious fictional crush on him.
Sophia on the other hand is a little harder to love, but love her I do. Yes she's as stubborn as they get and just won't do as she's told half the time which often gets her into a world of trouble, but I do believe she is slowly learning that Rebel is right most of the time.
The story itself is just as gripping and some of the scenes made me wince a little but that's hardly surprising when we're dealing with the Widow Makers MC and the Mexican Cartels.
I cannot praise this book and series highly enough and if I had one criticism it would be that I think I would have loved it even more if the books were read back to back, but quite honestly im just honoured to once again be given the opportunity to read Callie's book.
I'm going to end my review by saying that I'm almost certain there's more to come from this series, whether that be another book featuring Rebel and Sophia or perhaps one of the other characters, but either way it is clear there is much more to come.

Reviewed by Louise Dale


6 Months

A lot can happen in six months. A heart can break and heal countless times. A life can change so dramatically that it’s unrecognizable anymore.

Sophia was a ghost, a made up pseudonym on a fake ID that helped Alexis buy beer. She was never meant to become a real person. She was never meant to live. Breathe. Hurt. Love. It’s funny how one moment can alter the course of a lifetime. Now Alexis is a ghost, and Sophia is all that remains.

But what happens when the threats you’re terrified to acknowledge come true? What happens when your loved ones are in danger, and facing the past is the only way to save them?

The newest prospect of the Widow Makers Motorcycle club is about to find out.


Louis James Aubertin III has always been single minded in his goal: bring down the Los Oscuros cartel, and kill Hector Ramirez for ordering the death of his uncle. Over the course of the last 6 months, things don’t seem that cut and dried anymore, though. If chasing down Hector means endangering the woman he loves, is it really worth the risk? If sending his club to war against one of the most dangerous cartels in the world means ruining the one good thing in his life, is the price worth paying?

Jamie will do anything to protect Sophia, but with Hector kidnapping her family members and demanding the greatest of ransoms, keeping her safe is beginning to seem like an impossible task.

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