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Review: Beyond The Cut (Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club #2) by Sarah Castille

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beyondthecutSHE’S HOLDING ON TIGHT.

As a teen, Dawn ran from a life on the streets straight into the arms of Jimmy “Mad Dog” Sanchez, a biker who promised to be her knight in shining armor. But his love was just another cage. Years later, Dawn’s former life still has its hooks in her and she’ll do whatever it takes to break free. When Cade “Ryder” O’Connor, a member of a rival club, makes her an offer, Dawn finds herself in a different, hotter kind of trouble with one irresistible Sinner…

WILL HE GIVE HER THE RIDE OF HER LIFE?

Cade is an outlaw biker with allegiance to one thing and one thing only: The Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club. But when it comes to the stunningly sexy, fiercely independent Dawn Delgado, Cade finds himself…hungrier for more. Trouble is on Dawn’s heels and he wants to be the answer to her prayers, whether she wants him to be or not. What can’t be denied is the red-hot attraction between them. However, as they fall deeper, the danger rises and Cade may have to sacrifice it all…


My Review

 “You’re not wearing your cut.” “Very observant,” he said dryly. “So you’re not a biker anymore?” “I’m a man who’s gotta protect the people he cares about whatever the cost.”

Sarah Castille is known for her fighter books, so when I heard that she was writing an MC series, I knew I had to check it out. And let me tell you, I was not disappointed. Beyond the Cut was such an enjoyable read and is the second book in the Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club series, but can totally be read as a stand-alone.

Beyond the Cut follows the story of Cade and Dawn. Dawn used to live in the MC world and never thought that she would go back. She worked hard to start her life over and to leave that world behind. Too bad fate and life had other plans in mind. Cade is an outlaw biker. He loves his club. He loves his bike. He loves his women. His life was pretty great until Dawn turned his world upside down. He now finds himself wanting more. However, Dawn’s life may prove to be more complicated than either one of them planned. With danger constantly lurking around the corner, will Cade be willing to sacrifice everything for the woman he loves?

Beyond the Cut was a very exciting read. I thought it was paced very well and there was never a dull moment. I was really intrigued by the story from the first page. I had to know more. I loved the characters. All of them. Cade and Dawn captivated me immediately. Their chemistry was HOT, off the charts, undeniable. They had such great push and pull. Both of them really stubborn, but the perfect match/challenge for each other. Cade was a great alpha male. And Dawn, man is she one tough cookie. She had so much happen to her and she never let it get her down. She never stopped fighting.

I really want to keep this review as spoiler free as possible, so I will just say this was a great read. It gave me everything I wanted in an MC book. I loved how close the Sinners were and how they stood by each other.They were exactly what I expected an MC club to be. I think the author did a really great job portraying the MC lifestyle.

My only complaint and it’s a very small one: Towards the end, there is a scene with the cop and Cade. I wanted a little more drama with this scene, maybe a little more confrontation. The situation seemed to resolve itself a little too neatly, in comparison to the rest of the story. I know I’m being a little vague, but like I said, I want to keep this review spoiler free. Other than that, I was really happy with this book.

Beyond the Cut had great characters, action, romance, sex, violence, some angst and really great twists. There was one really good one that I didn’t see coming. I knew something was off, but I was still taken by surprise. Overall, I found this book to be really enjoyable. I am definitely going to go back and read the first book in this series. And Book 3 will be Zane’s book and his story is one that I am really looking forward to hearing more about.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

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