Review of Cas: Red Horsemen MC, Book 4 by Raven Amor @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

The line between love and hate can sometimes be blurred. His hate for Sienna is powerful, but there is something else there that draws him to her.

Cas hides his pain and anger with being the fun guy. He’s always got a woman hanging off of him and a smile ready for his friends and family, but inside he’s a mass of pain and hate.

Sienna is still considered a prisoner with the Red Horseman MC. Even though she helped Rae escape her prison and save the twins, she’s still the enemy in their eyes. Her family has caused enough pain for the Red Horsemen MC and taken enough from them that they can’t forgive her that easily.

This story was full of pain, tragedy, action, heartbreak, secrets, and twists and turns. Cas and Sienna are a time bomb waiting to detonate and when they do everyone in their path will be collateral damage. Sienna is still hiding herself from the Red Horsemen, and they have no idea of the power and secrets she’s hiding. Cas is prepared to fight Sienna for as long as it takes to get her out of his system, but he isn’t prepared for the damage it will inflict on him when she takes her rightful place. She’s doing it to save Rae, whether the Red Horsemen believe her or not, she has a soft spot for Rae, Red, and the twins. That soft spot could be her downfall though. She will put her life on the line to protect them and in doing so she is also putting her family in danger. I loved this story. Cas is such a strong character, but his hate and anger becomes too strong to keep it hidden any longer and the club begins to worry about him. I give this story a 5-star review and I am looking forward to Cage. After reading the sneak peek, though I am worried.

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