Audiobook Review: Sinfully Scarred (Reckless Bastards MC, #2). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Sinfully Scarred by K.B. Winters

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

They call me Golden Boy.  

And I went to prison for a crime I didn’t commit. 

Out now, I’m a million plus richer for the screw up, with a sweet tattoo joint and my club, The Reckless Bastards watching my back. 

But when Teddy calls and tells me she wants ink to cover up her pain, my whole world is turned upside down. 

She’s trouble with a capital T. And way too close to home. 

She’s too good, especially for a dog like me. 

Then I find out she has a stalker. I’ll f–k up anyone who tries to harm her.  

Because she may not know it yet, but she’s all mine.  

Sinfully Scarred

Golden Boy and Cover Girl!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💙💚🖤💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😪😠🤐🙂

The heroine: Teddy (a.k.a. Cover Girl) – an ex-model, she now owns her own event planning company. Teddy grew up as a foster kid and her modeling career was ruined when she was hit by a car, which crushed one of her legs. She now has a limp and a 21 inch scar on her leg.

The Hero: Tate (a.k.a. Golden Boy) – he joined the Reckless Bastards MC after he got out of the Army and ended up being framed by the cops for a crime he didn’t commit. He spent six years in prison before being exonerated. He was recently released and is now trying to get his life back.

The Story: Golden boy is Max’s brother from Beautifully Broken and Max’s woman Jana is best friends with Teddy. Tate and Teddy met through Max and Jana and were immediately attracted to each other and it wasn’t long before they hooked up with each other. Both were consenting adults and neither of them were looking for more than pleasure.

Though a stalker is leaving macabre ‘gifts’ and outright threats at Teddy’s house, so Tate takes it upon himself to protect Teddy. He insists she stay with him until the police catch whomever is stalking her. Though they are living in the same house and sleeping together, neither thinks of it as more than that, but both are enjoying their time together immensely.

The story in this one was good, though it was a bit too easy to figure out the culprit. I did like both characters and Tate’s struggles after getting out of prison were interesting as was Teddy’s life. I liked that she was tough and strong.

This was told in dual points of view via dual narration by Lynn Barrington and Noel Harrison. These weren’t two of my favorites. Their voices didn’t quite fit the characters. I thought Noel’s voice was a bit too old sounding and gravelly. Not really the sexy kind of gravelly, more like the two pack a day kind.


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