Review: Warrant by Savannah Rylan
We are very happy to get a chance to read & review Warrant by Savannah Rylan, and to branch out a little from our usual reviews, this book is very mature, so if that is not your thing, nothing to see here. 🙂 But if you want a good story (check out my review) you can pick this one up for only $0.99!
Aubree Marie Harrington returns home from college to a life of trust fund douchebags and dinner parties. Despite her parent’s disapproval, she’s giving herself one year to figure out what to do with the rest of her life. To celebrate her return her best friends bring her to a bar on the outside of town where she meets Cash, a tattooed, opinionated, completely beneath her standards member of the local MC.
Cash Logan just wanted a beer, but when the prissy drunk bitch that was next to him gets herself into a situation he can’t help but to step in. If there’s one thing he can’t resist it’s a damsel in distress even if this damsel is anything but.
When two people from opposite sides of the tracks collide, lives will be changed, places will be threatened, tempers will be tested and everything they thought they knew will be questioned.
Aubree is home taking a year off of college to “find herself,” Cash just wanted to get a drink after a long work day. Sometimes you have to lose yourself to find out who you are truly meant to be. And sometimes, the grass really is greener on the other side of the fence. Warrant is the story of what happens when Aubree stops playing by the rules.
Let me first let you know that this book is for adults only! This was a good, quick read that is in no way intended for teens.
Per my norm, I looked at the cover and agreed to take this book. What can I say? Handsome man with tattoos…sign me up! Once I got into the first chapter I realized that this was a MC romance. Now I am not going to lie, I prejudged this book based on that revelation; but I am very, very glad that I read the entire book instead of letting myself judge it by the genre.
Warrant starts off like most MCs do with the tough guy peacocking a little, and the first time we meet Aubree, well it’s not under the best circumstances. However, in the end I loved them both! If you are reading it for chapter after chapter x-rated fun, then you will be sorely disappointed. There are some scenes that will figuratively fog up your windows, but they were all very tastefully done. If you are against vulgar language and cursing, this book may not be for you.
Rylan pleasantly surprised me with this book. I thought for sure this would be “just another book.” But I honestly really connected with the characters. I loved how strong Aubree was as a woman, and a lead character. I also really liked the – just enough – glimpses of something more we get from Cash, to cement him a place in readers hearts.
It’s hard to go into detail about what makes this book such a fun read without giving away spoilers. But I can tell you that Rylan has created a great community in Warrant. I thought she gave enough detail to leave you loving the MC, but also she gives you enough to know that the characters are very deep and not one dimensional. I didn’t mind most of the language, because it seemed (mostly) appropriate.
I can tell you that I will be watching for the second installment of this series to come out, and will definitely one-click it!
Overall I will give this a 4 out of 5 stars.