This is the second book in The Boys of Sinners Bay series although each book can also be read as a standalone.
“When they tried to destroy her, they forgot one thing… I’m the only monster who rules this mountain.”
I lost everything the day they took me, my memories, my voice, my soul. I couldn’t tell them what they were so desperate to know, no matter what they did to me.
Now I’m free, lost on this wild and snowy mountain with no one in the world to call upon.
I don’t know who I am or where I belong, but I know what I want.
The single purpose I have left is to destroy the vicious men who held me captive. The Five: Jax, Farley, Quentin, Orville, and Duke.
All I need is a weapon powerful enough to take them on. And when I find it, I’ll be the one watching them scream.
I’m the shadow of two men and the total of none.
I abandoned everything in Sinners Bay.
Because I’m not the man I used to be.
Fate guided me to her that day in the snow. This fragile creature covered in scars with the will of a warrior shining within.
The torture she’s faced can never be set right, but I’ll give everything I am to destroy the men who hurt her.
I was lost and alone before I found her. But maybe I can find redemption in making them bleed for my savage girl.
And once I lay their heads at her feet, I’ll cast my tattered soul down with them too so she can decide if my sacrifice is great enough to cleanse my body of sin.
Vengeance whispers their names on the wind and I’ll answer its call with all that I am.
I loved reading this book. The storyline was great, the characters are fantastic and the plot developed well.
Nicoli took a while to grow on me in the previous book, but I instantly loved him in this one. He did everything to help Winter, the perfect mountain man. I loved seeing his relationship with his brothers grow too.
Winter was absolutely fantastic. She’s a true warrior after everything she’s been through. I loved how her PTSD was handled, and loved watching her find herself once again.
The storyline took a completely different angle to how I expected, especially once they were back in Sinners Bay. There was plenty of twists and turns. It was brilliant to read.
I absolutely love Frankie and I can’t wait for his book next. It was also great so see how Rocco and Sloan were doing, and of course slowly getting to know Enzo. Surprisingly, I loved seeing Martello Romero. He intrigues me and his reunion with Nicoli was brilliant. I actually really like him.
Overall, this book was brilliant and I would definitely recommend it. Although it can be read as a standalone, I’d definitely recommend reading the first book in the series first because it give you a more rounded view on the characters.
My rating: 5/5*