Romance Review | Tracker's End by Chantal Fernando

OverviewThe third in a sexy romance series from the bestselling author of Saxon and Toxic Girl about the bad boys of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club and the women who fall in love with them.

Tracker is everything I’ve ever wanted.

I see him. I’ve watched time change him.

I’ve been patient, but he still hasn’t noticed me. Not the way I want him to. The more time I spend with the MC, the more I understand.

When you want something, you have to take it. You have to fight for it.

And Tracker is more than worth fighting for…

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Publishing Date: August 11, 2015
Stars: 4
My Review: 4 interesting and fun stars for Tracker's End. I remember Tracker from Dragon's Lair, the first book, when he and Dex (Sin) had a problem at one point because of Faye. I liked Tracker then and I was so happy he got his own book because he's my secret favorite of the group. I do love Sin (Dex), Rake (Adam), and so on but I think Tracker's always had a a special little place above the rest. Having said all of this, I must admit this book wasn't as amazing as the first two. 

Let's start with the positives because the negatives are never fun. First, I love Tracker's persistence. He kept going after what he wanted and proved himself worthy of the object of his affection. Tracker as a whole is an amazing character with his confidence, live life to the fullest attitude, and perverted mind. I love me a sexual guy and Tracker is definitely one.

There's a few things that aren't Tracker specific that I liked, as well. I love Chantal Fernando's writing style, even when I'm not fond of the heroine's voice. I also like how everything swirls to include previous characters as well as shed more light on other characters that will be getting their own story (totally saw Rake being set up in this one).

My biggest issue outside of the too early "I'm in love with you" exchange was the heroine. I'm going to sound so mean but she was pretty awful. She was far too whiny trying to be independent and sassy when coming off as an idiot. It felt like this heroine was just trying too hard for me so I wasn't very fond of her. There were moments when I could deal with her but more times than not I found myself rolling my eyes at her.

Overall, I adore Tracker so this book wasn't a bust and there was some good stuff here. I'm thinking Rake is book four from what we see here and I'm excited since he's into BDSM and has more sex than pretty much the entire MC.