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Posted June 9, 2014
Interesting ending to a good trilogy. I'm glad everyone got their happy ever afters....
I liked Serenity's character, she was stupid for lying but she had good reasons for doing it. I think she was very loyal and for being so young, she acted very mature for her age and dealt with her problems accordingly.
Jackson was just a big ole pussycat...please remind me how the hell he managed to become and remain president of an MC?
Posted May 9, 2014
I had not read anything my Bella before, but I am so glad I did. I love MC books and here are gritty and a little hard core by that's why I chose them. Great storyline and the characters were well developed. I fell in love with them. I recommend you try her if you like motorcycle club books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 26, 2014
If I could've given it ten stars I would have. This is such a great love story about two most unlikely lovers. The age difference is really "my soft spot". There are a few authors out there that can do it right, and Bella you are one of them. Please give us Muff's story and MORE May/December romance!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 17, 2014
Posted March 9, 2014
Posted February 5, 2014
This was the story I was hoping she would write since I am Jackson's age. However I am sad to say he falls for a younger woman....such is the sad story of life. It was a good story though and gave you a genuine view of Jackson.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 3, 2014
So, after the last installment of the MC Series by Bella Jewel, she had a lot to live up to.
It was sexy, emotional, and action packed.
I needed that level of intensity to get me through this installment. I mean it made me feel like I knew the characters. That I hung out with them, and could hang at a bar with them.
This one didn't quite grip me as much as the other books in the series like the others. It didn't quite pick up until Serenity revealed her secret. From that point on I was a mess of ugly crying. Serenity won me over, with her broken state of mind. She was so lost, and the one person she needed to save her tossed her back into the cage of a lion that was fully prepared to devour her.
I honestly believe it was Jackson that broke her, not her father.
He was the light away from her dark world of pain and abuse.
He left her.
I feel that it was part of a lack of real connection to her as a person. I didn't feel the early connection with Serenity and Jackson that I felt with the other couples. I felt she was more connected to Muff to be honest. Spike continued to redeem himself in this installment by showing her compassion, knowing what she had gone through. Add in the women making the best attempt possible to save her.
God, Bella really picked up the feels in these last two books, because I really didn't want Serenity to forgive Jackson. I wanted her to say no! He said he was sorry, told her she has nothing to be sorry for, and she came out the hero in the end which I LOVED!
In the end, it didn't wow me as much as the previous two, but the second half of the book made up for it for me.
Posted January 30, 2014
Posted January 11, 2014
Serenity is 26 and forced go spy on her father's rival club. She falls in love with the Prez, Jackson, who is 40. The age wasn't as issue for me as my hubby is 9 years older than me. I was just disappointed that Serenity wasn't tougher. Her dad was abusive both physically and mentally and as the story continues, she does show more spine.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 30, 2013
I absolutely love every one of Bella Jewel's books but especially this Hell's Knights series. If you love hot bikers, romance and lots of sex then look no further!
Posted December 8, 2013
We met Jackson in Hell’s Knights. He is the father of Addison; MC President and all-around good guy. You don’t cross him, but underneath it all, he seems to be a big softie. In this installment of the series, Jackson gives Serenity shelter, even though he knows nothing about her. The sparks between them fly, but what Jackson doesn’t know is that Serenity has been sent to destroy the MC from the inside out, as the mole for a rival biker gang. She’s there against her will, as she has a tragic past of abuse, but the question is: who will she chose at the end?
This was a pretty absorbing read. As with the other books in this series it is action packed. I guess for me, though, there was just something that I couldn’t connect with in this story. If you read my other reviews of the books in this series you’ll see that while I think the author is obviously a talented story teller, these are just missing something for me, and this book followed suit in that regard. It’s a gritty tale, of course, but in the grand scheme of motorcycle club books out there, it’s a solid middle of the pack book for me. Perhaps part of the problem in this installment was the idea of Addison’s father being the hero. I just couldn’t get over the image of him as an older man in my head. And Serenity seemed very young and naïve…it just didn’t click with me. However, I will overlook all of that to say that the sex in this book is pretty fantastic. There is M/F/M (oh yes!) in this book, and I have to say I quite enjoyed it.
All in all, it’s a well-told story, and it captured my attention to finish it. There is chemistry between the characters that draws you in. It just seemed to be missing something that I quite put my finger on, but it seems to be something lacking in the overall tone of the story. I can’t help but to compare it with other recent MC tales and like I said, it’s just ok for me in that respect. 3.5 stars.
Reviewed by Sara at Crystal's Many Reviewers
*Received an ARC for honest review*
Posted November 25, 2013
Posted November 23, 2013
Jackson is the head of the MC Club Hells Knights. His daughter Addison is with Cade, and the Head of the other MC Club Hells Sinners is Spike who is with Ciara. We meet both of these couples in Bella's previous books Hells Knights and Heaven's Sinners, and what books they are. Both books are a must read. In the previous books there is another Rival MC Club under Hogan, who is selling drugs and murdered Spikes wife. Both Jackson and Spike team up in this book to try and get rid of Hogan once and for all. There is a new girl Serenity whose entered the club after running away from a father who abused her physically and mentally.
I Had both books 1 and 2 on my "TBR" list to read before I signed up for this tour, so decided to read those first before I read Hells Sinners which is the last book in this series. I read all 3 in 3 days, I COULDN'T put them down. OMG. WOW. I loved this series.
What can I say, you could expect the third book not to be as good as the second or the first, but WOW the third book doesn't disappoint, its just as good as the first and the second. I loved everything about it. All the characters are in it. There was not one character I didn't like - besides Hogan and his crew.
We get to see Jackson story in this one. More of his side and his relationship with his daughter Addison. We get to see the softer side of a big tough biker. These are the first time ive read about bikers and wow. Girls what more could we ask for, Hot, Sexy, Tattooed, Alpha types- Then you have to read these books.
Girl's I would most definitely recommend these books for the reason's stated above- Hot, Sexy, Tattooed, Alpha types. But BE WARNED-the supplies need to come with these books- ear plugs, refreshments, Lockable room and a fan to keep you cool.
Bella Jewel does a fabulous job with these three books. They compelled me right from the start. They are Amazingly written and fantastic to read.
Bella, thank you for these books, I enjoyed reading every bit of them, I am just gutted that ive finished them. But excited for your new books coming out in December, the novella about Muffs from The MC Series December 23rd, Also CANT wait to read the new Dark Pirate romance Enslaved By The Ocean which comes out December 8th. Watch out for the links for both the new books here.
These books get 5/5 stars and 5/5 for movie moments
Posted November 19, 2013
Posted November 19, 2013
Star Rating: 4 stars
Heat Rating: HOT HOT!
**I would read Hell's Knights and Heaven's Sinners before you tackle Knights' Sinner, just so you know the background on everyone (click HERE to get my reviews on HK and HS)**
When Heaven's Sinner ended with the peak into Jackson's story, I will admit to being a bit disappointed that we weren't getting Muff's story next, but sitting down to read Knights' Sinner this weekend I take all of that thinking back! I devoured Jackson's story in a handful of hours and it was a great read I couldn't tear myself away from.
Bella Jewel has created a great sense of community in her MC club series and this final book (sigh, I know) really tied everything together beautifully. Knights' Sinner introduces Serenity to this series in a heart wrenching way, she is beaten by her father and forced to infiltrate the Knight MC club compound to find out how to destroy them. Serenity's character surprised me, I was expecting a ruthless woman hell-bent on bringing down Jackson and his club, but what Bella Jewel gives us is a woman that has had a rough life and was left with no other choice. Watching Serenity struggle with her choices and her attraction to Jackson was very good (and HOT) reading.
The one thing I truly enjoyed with this series was how Bella Jewel created her characters, they were unique, real and not perfect. Even with baggage, shady pasts and hang-ups these characters always seem to be able to pull themselves above it and be more than you expect them to be. Knights' Sinner was a fast paced read with action, intrigue, heartbreak and Kindle fogging sex scenes!
As sad as I was to learn that this was the final book (except for a novella about Muff in Dec) Bella Jewel ended it in such a way that I am content, happy and satisfied knowing that this group of bikers and their Old Ladies are doing exactly what I hoped for each of them. It is rare that I enjoy each book in a trilogy equally, but Bella Jewel managed to suck me in and give me a hell of a ride for all three books!
If you haven't read Bella Jewel and her biker MC series, then I suggest you get started with Hell's Knights and if you have read and enjoyed her books in the past then you will be extremely happy with how is all plays out in Knights' Sinner. Jackson definitely holds his own with the sexy bikers in this MC club. Get comfy (and get a fan) because once you start reading you aren't going anywhere until you reach that last page!
Posted November 18, 2013
I love this series of books so much. So good. Jacksons story wasmy favorite of the three. A real page turner that left me wanting more. So sad this is only a three boom series. I will miss cade, spike, addi, and jackson so much.. ms bella needs to write so more intbis genre of booksWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 18, 2013
Posted November 17, 2013
Bella Jewel has done it again! This was another great book from the MC Sinners series. Plenty of steamy scenes, some jealous dominant men, and some serious bikers kicking ass. The characters were just as fantastic and the story line was intense and captivating.
Jackson and Serenity grow to be a really great couple. Jackson is protective, possessive, sexy as hell, and a little kinky. Serenity is dealing with a lot. She is forced to do things she doesn’t want to do and quickly realizes the MC she’s been thrust into isn’t anything like where she came from. I liked seeing her come out of her shell and become a stronger person as time goes by. Spike, Ciara, Cade, and Addison make several appearances as well and they are just as awesome as they were in their own stories. Muff is also another steady secondary character in this book.
All of the characters in the book felt like real people and I was quickly drawn into the story. It was intense and passionate and at times heartbreaking. This book had my emotions all over the place but in the best possible way. I seriously had a book hangover when I finished it and can’t wait to read the Novella about Muff next month. This gets a fantastic 5 out of 5 stars!!!
Posted November 14, 2013
Didn't want it to end!
ARC Was Given To Blog For An Honest Review
There is something about a MC book that makes my knees go weak and this one made me crumble. WOW, this was a good series and “Knights’ Sinners” was my favorite one out of the 3.
This was such a good story that I read it in a day. I don’t do that often but I couldn’t put this one down. I needed to see what happened and how it ended.
This is the story between Jackson, who is the President of the MC Hell’s Knights and Serenity who is the daughter of Hogan, who is the President of a rival MC.
Serenity is sent into the Hell’s Knights to be a spy. She is there to “lie, cheat, and gather information from one of the biggest MC clubs in the state, so my father can seek revenge”. Well that doesn’t go so well. She starts to fall for Jackson and knows what she was sent to do isn’t going to be a good idea.
Jackson is in the other books. You get to know him, but you don’t get to see his “HOTTNESS” like you do in this story. In the other stories you picture him as an OLDER guy. He has a daughter that is older, but I am sorry, anyone with a tribal tattoo on his “private part” has to be hot. I loved when he says, “Baby, you are the reason I f**kin’ breathe.” For some reason when a tough guy like Jackson tries to be romantic and it comes out that way… just makes me SWOON! So even if he is “older” he is one hot biker who happens to fall for someone younger.
The relationship between the two of them is HOT, and it gets emotional when Jackson and the club find out what Serenity is there for. You go through so many emotions reading this story but the author, Bella Jewel knows how to write a hot sex scene. Jackson knows what he is doing in bed and how to take care of his “girl”.
You will need to read this to find out how it ends up when they find out about Serenity. Can Jackson forgive her and understand why she did what she did?
My favorite quote of the book… “When you have two paths, both that end in pain, there isn’t really a choice. You just have to choose which one you can live with the easiest.” And you will have to read this to see what plan that was.
Posted November 14, 2013
I was mad. Not just a little mad, but full blown angry at the bad guy!
This book got me wanting to jump into the book and just end the life of this character. I can not believe this author put this character on paper and did not wad up a piece of paper with this character on it and throw it away. Wow!
That was just the first couple chapters of the book!
I kept reading just like a person slows down for a car wreck. You know it will be bad but you just have to look and see for yourself. It was hard NOT to read. I wanted to put the book down and stop reading due to my anger for this character. I just could not get over what this bad guy character was doing to the main characters.
As I’m done with the book, I notice how still mad I am at the bad guy. I stop and realize this is the storyline and the main point of the author, I believe as a reader, to get you, as the reader, so mad at the bad guy that you would never stop reading the book until you hit the end. It worked for me! I was hooked!
I stop and analyze my feelings of the book for this review and I am shocked to find I was Very satisfied with the ending. The storyline got me turning the pages to find out if this bad guy would get his day that he lost. And don’t get me started on the two main characters, they just took me away in a stretcher because I have no heart due to the characters taking it out of my body for them.
Call me dead, but I loved the book, but I just could not get over how angry this book made me. That was just wrong, great wrong but still wrong.