Review: Rogue

Monday, 9 November 2015
Rogue Rogue by Callie Hart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

From Rebel, with love, comes this next instalment in the Dead Man’s Ink serial by Callie Hart. After an initially steady start to this Blood & Roses side series, probably felt due to my post-Zeth blues, this next instalment packs a real punch. Rebel and Sophia have connected and their feelings are growing stronger for each other day by day. They fight hard and love even harder and it’s not long before Sophia’s Christian values are put to Rebel’s test!

Rebel still has Hector Ramirez breathing down his neck but despite the danger and the injuries inflicted upon him, there is only one thing, or woman, on his mind, Sophia. Sophia is still being kept safe by Rebel, albeit against her will, but against her best intentions she is starting to see the man behind the mask and that is Jamie instead of Rebel. Although furious about being kept locked away, Sophia is drawn to Jamie and despite an opportunity arising where she could make her bid for freedom she stays to help Jamie.

As expected, this story is not without its blood and gore and it’s not long before Hector leaves Rebel and his brothers a message that they can’t ignore. Sophia is also still in danger from Raphael Dela Vega and when he arrives, unexpectedly, with Maria Rosa aka Mother, things start to get interesting, especially when Sophia needs to take things into her own hands in order to stay safe.

Between Zeth and Rebel, Callie certainly has plenty to keep her occupied! Their stories are well written and captivating. I didn’t think Zeth’s story could be matched but Rebel is definitely keeping up. I love how this story compliments the Blood and Roses series so perfectly and rather than feeling like just another spin-off, it has its own strength to hold your attention and to keep you engrossed in the storyline.

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