Rooke review

Title: Rooke

Author: Callie Hart

So we start off with a young privileged guy, boosting cars because it’s fun. Then he gets locked up and his parents essentially disown him, I think. He’s still in contact with his grandfather so when he’s asked to go see him, he does. 

There he crosses paths with Sasha, an ‘older’ woman with a sad aura. He follows her and finds out about her and the tragic accident she was in with her son that changed her life. 

Now he’s chasing her, despite the baggage, despite the potential ex husband and the age difference. I love it. 

Oh God I think I love him. The writing is amazing! It’s so easy to picture our hero as the fabulous Jonny James; silent, broody and deadly but with a fun and light hearted side.

Once again Callie has managed to suck me into the story and I couldn’t put this one down. I love his determination and her inner strength is admirable. 

I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!

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