Review: Knights' Sinner by Bella Jewel (MC Sinners #3)
Knights' Sinner is the third and final full-length novel in the Bella Jewel-penned biker romance series that is MC Sinners. Having read the first two books one after the other, I was more than curious about Jackson, the forty-year-old president of the Hell's Knights motorcycle club and father to Addison. Being paired up with twenty-five-year-old Serenity, who just happened to be the daughter of a sworn enemy, was such a fantastic way for him to find his own happily-ever-after, but if there's one thing I've learned while reading this series, it's that those happily-ever-afters never come easy and have to be fought for constantly for these hard-loving bikers and the women they fall for and who, in turn, can't resist them. There's a fair bit of physical, mental, and emotional abuse in this story brought about by Serenity's own father, so please be aware before you begin since there are possible triggers.
Jackson thought he had met "the one" when he fell for his daughter's mother, but after discovering her deception, he has yet to meet another woman who makes him feel anything more than lust. And then a bruised and battered young woman makes her way into his life and the more time he spends with Serenity, the more she makes her way into his heart. The age difference alone bothers Jackson, but Serenity is hiding a secret that could very well destroy the fragile love they're just beginning to explore. Jackson loves passionately, but when he's betrayed, his emotions also know no bounds, and while I get why he lashed out and reacted the way he did, I seriously just wanted to give Serenity a hug and tell her that maybe it's time to just let go of any hope for their relationship. Sometimes, though, it takes something catastrophic for one or both parties to realize what they could well lose forever.
Serenity and Jackson's love story is my favorite in the MC Sinners series because it took all the intensity and passion in the first two novels and amped them both up here. Maybe you could say that Serenity fell for Jackson because she has "daddy issues", but I prefer to see their romance as Serenity meeting the one person who makes her see that she is valuable and worthy of being loved and Jackson finally finding that missing piece in his life--the one that can give him some sense of stability, although they sure as heck have to go through a lot of instability before achieving that end goal. Everything came full circle in this book and I enjoyed reading each of the stories in the series, prepping me well before jumping into the follow-up series, MC Sinners Next Generation. The books have their flaws, but I was more than entertained and was invested in the characters. I'm giving Knights' Sinners five stars. ♥
Date Read: 26 March 2016
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