ARC Review: The Devil Don’t Sleep, by Janine Infante Bosco @IndieSagePR @JanineBosco #TuesdayBookBlog

I received an ARC to read for an honest review of this book.

I loved this story. As a matter of fact, I stayed up until 2:00 am to read and would have stayed up longer to finish the book, but decided I needed some sleep, luckily, I started reading on a Friday night into Saturday. The pages just kept turning while reading this book. I love Bas and I had to find out what was going to happen.

This book was very well written and the characters were very well rounded and came off the pages for me. I had read Loner, of the Nomad Series, so I knew a lot of the characters in this story. I really like how the Satan’s Knights of Brooklyn are a real family and they watch out for each other. It makes the book so much more enjoyable to read. I love Jack and his craziness. He makes these stories fun to read. Bas is such a strong character and to read his story was great.It was nice to watch Mac find herself again and be the woman that Bas loved at one time. I was happy to read their story and have them find each other again and work out their past. I love Ryder too. He’s such a great little boy. I love how Bas is such a different person from the members of the Kentucky MC. He has a heart and his own mind.

I give this story a 4.5 star review and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to read MC stories or romantic suspense. I look forward to more stories of the Satan’s Knights MC.

 

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