Publish date: October 1st 2010
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Hell's Eight (#4)
3/12 - This didn't feel like a complete book, it felt more like part two of Desi's book Caine's Reckoning. If I hadn't read Caine's Reckoning Tracker's Sin would have made absolutely no sense, more so than any of the other books in the series. At the beginning of the book the story is already halfwa...
A good, sweet read. I definitely liked this story better than Caine and Desi's. I thought Tracker was very sweet to Ari. I liked the way he gentled her into trusting him. I didn't care for the way Caine handled Desi in their book. I thought it was a very fast read. It didn't take me long to read it....
Finally Ari's here!Poor Ari, with her memory blocked... I felt so sorry for her. And I sometimes hated Tracker when he misunderstood... and I ached for him when Ari rejected him...I ached for Desi when Ari recovered her memories and rejected her too... but I loved the reunion of the sisters and the ...
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Awww Tracker. First, I was so glad they found Ari. And I was glad that Tracker was going to let Ari believe what was told to her by Vincente and Josefina, who were caring for her and the baby. It was a much kinder lie than what had been her reality. I felt so bad for Ari and her circumstances, and y...
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