I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Cherise Sinclair
Released: January 29th 2019
Series: Sons of the Survivalist #1
Published by Self Published
“Cherise Sinclair is one of the very few authors still left on my autobuy list.”
~ Under the Covers
Cherise Sinclair is one of the very few authors still left on my autobuy list, so I didn’t really need to think twice about starting this new series of hers. But since I had no idea what to expect, I discovered shortly after starting this book that Sinclair was going to go for a different style in this series.
So to recap, this series will follow four men who have essentially been through hell together. Going through the foster home system and experiencing the worst of the worst, they are rescued and taken to the Alaskan wilderness where they grow up. Years later, their guardian dies and has one simple wish for them: revive their dying down of Rescue.
There’s one thing to note about Cherise Sinclair’s writing and it’s the fact that she doesn’t shy away from the ugly stuff. There were some scenes that grossed me out and certainly a lot of scenes that brought forth the emotions as well.
The concept is certainly a unique one and it definitely doesn’t remind me of her other work, so I was impressed by Sinclair’s way of reinventing her writing for this series. I enjoyed the book overall, but am slightly slow to warm up to all the characters at this point. But since this is only the first book in the series, I’m not too worried. I’ll be definitely checking out the rest of the series when they are released!
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