Review of Parrish: A Satans Knights MC Novel, by Janine Infante Bosco @JanineBosco

Wow, what a ride! I’ve read a few of the Satans Knights books and I fell in love with Parrish from reading those books. I haven’t read the first book in the series yet, but meeting Jack “Bulldog” Parrish in Loner – Nomad Series Novel, Riding the Edge, and The Devil Don’t Sleep, I fell in love with him and his passion for the men and women he considered family. He may be fighting with his maker, but the men and women of the Satans Knights will always have his back and be there for him.

Parrish has decided to quit fighting his mind and has surrendered to keep his family safe and out of trouble. However, before he can turn himself in, there is an accident and his future is re-written, once again. I was worried at the end of the story that there were going to be questions left unanswered about Blackie, but it was covered in the Epilogue. I look forward to reading Blackout next.

I loved this story. It’s a story of love and redemption. It’s a second chance at life and finding what’s important in one’s life. It’s full of turmoil, suspense, and heartache. A story of a man who fights the darkness daily and yet he learns that he can win the battle with help from those around him and the family loves him. I loved the Love Letter to Jack Parrish at the end of the book, too. It was a great addition to the book. I give this story a 5-star review and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys MC stories, stories of love, suspense, and men who fight for their family of choice.

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