By Adriana Locke
This is one mistake Sienna Landry can’t buy her way out of.
As Walker Gibson looks at her, then at the damage to his precious truck (that she may or may not have accidentally inflicted), she knows she’s in trouble. It’s not the busted headlight and dented grill that’s sunk her though. It’s the downright sinful man in front of her that’s the problem.
The small town mechanic is broody. Rough. Smells like engine grease and gasoline and Sienna isn’t sure why that’s so sexy, but it is. It so is. She’s ready to peel off her panties at the drop of his wrench.
He wants her too. She can feel it when he brushes against her. Experience it as he presses her against the wall of the shop. It’s thinly veiled in his deep, brown eyes when he looks at her like she’s everything he’s ever wanted. So why won’t he give in?
The damage to Walker’s truck is the first of many mistakes between the two of them, ending with truths that rock Sienna’s world. Nothing can fix her broken heart except the love of a man that won’t, maybe even can’t, love her back.
With the huge amount of glowing reviews CRANK gets on Amazon and Goodreads, I had high hopes for this one. Sadly, I’m clearly in the minority because no matter how hard I tried, I could not get into this book. It took me three days to finish and, even though I only finished reading the day before writing this review, I cannot remember anything at all about the characters or the story. All I remember is how I felt reading it, which was a combination of frustration and boredom.
Referring to the very few notes I took, I wasn’t a fan of how rudely Walker treated Sienna simply because he was attracted to her when he didn’t want to be. I also wasn’t a fan of how almost all the men in this story talked about and treated women, with the worst being when one of Walker’s brothers talks about having a girl after his brother is done with her. If they were supposed to come off as humorous playboys, they missed the mark with me. I can’t say anything about Sienna because I didn’t take any notes about her at all.
I really wanted to like this book; the cover is cute and the blurb sounds really good, but this story did nothing for me. In the three years I’ve been reviewing, I’ve only given eleven books a 1❤️ review, but CRANK becomes my third this month alone. This has me wondering if maybe it’s really a case of “It’s not you, it’s me.” I’ll let you be the judge.
Crank (The Gibson Boys # 1)
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