Review: Wolf (Hell’s Lovers MC #1) by Crimson Syn

Goodreads Synopsis:

Scarlett Chase is every man’s wet dream.
As soon as I laid eyes on her, I knew she’d be mine.
That is, until I found out she was untouchable.
One kiss, one forbidden touch, will have me out on the streets and stripped of who I am.
Yet I want her. I need her. And I’m done following all these damn rules.

Wolf Stone is my obsession.
Ever since he pulled over on that empty road, I’ve been tormented by the man.
His possessive words and heated looks have me tightly wound.
One touch, and he lights me on fire.
But I want more.
I not only want him in my bed, I want to keep him for myself.
But he won’t budge, and now it’s up to me to entice his sleeping wolf.


Chick and Brain Rating 4.5 out of 5

I received an ARC from the Author in exchange for an honest review

Let me start off by saying that I was so excited to receive these books! MC Romances have become my thing since reading the Hades Hangmen series. so getting to jump back into that scene felt like it was a long time coming. Crimson Syn is a new author for me so I was excited to get to know all of her characters and her MC world compared to what I know from the other books I have read. Although this was a novella, we were not cheated out of anything with this story. Syn does an amazing job of getting right to the heart of her characters and make sure that we all, characters included, are aware of what they want and what they plan on doing to get it. This insta-love is a hot and steamy romance that leaves us wanting more from all the characters, thank heavens she continues the story!

Wolf is center around the budding relationship between Wolf Stone the Prez of the Hell’s Lovers MC Club and Scarlett Chases an up and coming lawyer. Wolf and Scarlett are instantly attracted to each other, however there is one small problem. Scarlett is the daughter of a founding member of the Club and unless Wolf wants to lose everything he worked for he better stay far away from her. However, Scarlett has other plans for Wolf and staying away from him is the last thing that she plans on doing. In the case of this insta-love romance it is the mouse who chases the Wolf.

Syn does an amazing job showing the dynamic of the entire club and how they interact with one another and with the older members of the club, including Scarlett. Most of the novella all we know of who Scarlett is in reference to the clubs original structure but she is unaware of this situation. Syn does an amazing job of dropping hints or bread crumbs for Scarlett to come to find this information herself through out the novella and to make the decision herself on whether it should affect her possible relationship with Wolf. While their relationship is attempting to bloom, the MC club continues business as usual and Syn does an amazing job of weaving all of these details and tidbits to ensure that it flows seamlessly together.   The one complaint is that main story line comes to an abrupt halt at the conclusion. Syn does provide us with an epilogue that wraps up the story slightly, but there are gaps in time that leave us with some questions left unanswered. Are they major questions, of course not, but something that we would like to know that would have wrapped the story up better for us in the end.

All in all this was an amazing novella. I can not wait to see what is in store for the rest of the Hell’s Lovers MC Club in the next book which focuses around Grayson the second in command and Scarlett’s spitfire of a best friend Rahyne. I have already recommended this book a number of my friends and plan to continue to do so! I can not wait to start the next one.


Until next time,



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