Tracker’s End by Chantal Fernando (Wind Dragons MC #3)

Tracker's End by Chantal FernandoAvailable: Now Amazon/B&N

Type: Contemporary Romance

Publisher: Gallery

My Copy: NetGalley

Reviewer: Nikki

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…

I’m so incredibly happy I found this sexy MC romance series, because Chantal Fernando has that perfect thing that’s just magic! Her written voice is all consuming and it grabs the reader from the first sentence and pulls them into the story with the characters. And boy, do her characters jump off the page at you. I gobbled up books one and two in record time and was so excited to get my hands on Tracker’s End because Tracker has been an intriguing character since book one. He is both alpha badass and comic relief at the same time. He’s the bad boy with the football player good looks who just happens to be covered in tattoos as well. He’s a wet dream come straight to life and he’s set his sights on the uber shy, but unrestrained Lana. Lana is used to being on the outskirts, the other half to her wild and loud best friend. She’s the good girl, the responsible girl…..and the erotic romance author on the down low.

In an effort to break her writers block, Lana agrees to become the nanny to the MC President’s super cute daughter, the princess of the MC. This also puts her in proximity to the one man who has caught her eye for a long time, Tracker. Except now he’s single and he’s got his sights set on her too. Lana may be the sexy erotic romance author by night but that secret side of her persona has never been been shared with anyone, even her best friend. But Tracker scares her as much as he excites her and she’s soon waging a war with herself on which side of her persona will win out in the end.

I loved how Tracker was so incredibly patient with Lana and her fears of letting him into her life and being hurt in the process. He didn’t try to push her too hard or too fast. He simply stood by and let her work at her own pace. He faltered a few times, but through it all I just simply loved how unapologetic he was for his past but how he pledged his future to her and her alone. I did wish that we had gotten more from Tracker’s POV solely and not through Lana’s eyes all the time. There were a few times but the majority of the book is from Lana’s POV and I was just disappointed I didn’t get to experience more than I did.

The MC brother mentality and shades of gray these men live in is something I just can’t get enough of. They are loyal, tough, scarred and protective. I can’t wait to get more from this addictive world!

I give Tracker’s End by Chantal Fernando 4.50 stars!

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