Review~Tool by Sabrina Paige

Title: Tool 
Series: A Step Brother Romance #2
Author: Sabrina Paige
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 356
Heat Level: 4 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch Kay

I call him “Tool” because he’s a dick.

Gaige O’Neal is nicknamed “Tool” because of what he’s packing. Rumor is, he’s well equipped.

I wouldn’t know. I’ve never had the pleasure.

He’s a cocky, entitled, insufferable a**hole who’s as reckless with women as he is with that stupid motorcycle he races.

He’s also my stepbrother. Lucky me.

It’s been four years since I’ve seen him. Four years since he’s made me so frustrated I could scream. Four years since he’s given me that look, the one that makes me instantly wet.

So it’s just f**ing fitting that the first time I see him in four years, he’s buried beneath three scantily clad blondes.

Now I’m stuck here under the same roof with him while he recovers from a racing injury. An injury that clearly hasn’t affected the use of his tool.

The problem is, as much as I despise him, I just can’t help myself. I want to find out what kind of tool he’s working with.


Gaige is a hot, ripped, tatted motor bike racer. He’s somewhat of a celebrity and most certainly a man whore. Due to a racing injury, he’s healing at his mother and step-father’s house.

Delaney is fresh out of college and returning to her dad’s house. She starts her entry level position with her dad’s company soon and she’s excited. Her homecoming is kind of a mess though. After getting drenched in the rain, her luggage in shambles and breaking the heel off of her shoe, she walks in to the house in the middle of her step-brother’s photo shoot.

Gaige and Delaney have been step-siblings for several years but have only been under the same roof for one summer four years ago. They got close that summer, shared a kiss but it never went anywhere. Delaney blew him off. Gaige wants another shot with Delaney but their sibling status scares her.

This was an okay read. An easy and in my opinion, a low conflict romance. I’m not a big fan of low conflict romances. I like my couples to have to work for it. I liked this book but Prick was much better.
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