ARC Review: Rite of Passage by Janine Infante Bosco @JanineBosco @LWoodsPR


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5-stars

I love the Satan’s Knights and I absolutely love Jack Parrish. I’ve read most of the Satan’s Knights and loved all of them, and this story does not disappoint.

Needles’ story of how he came to be a member of the Satan’s Knights has some tragic times, but in the end, he found a place he felt comfortable enough to call home. He is a man who was looking for a family and a place of acceptance. His first MC, Satan’s Knights of Albany, was nothing like the Satan’s Knights of Brooklyn. He knows that the Satan’s Knights had his back and he just has to make sure that he asks for that help when he needs it.

His world was turned on its axis several times in his life and in Rite of Passage his life will be turned upside down again. Just another crossroad he will have to cross to find peace and a life for his daughter Ashlynn. Needles became a father before he was ready, and his baby mama decided he was going to be the only parent in Ashlynn’s life when she dropped her off at the door of the MC when she was a baby. He has struggled to be the father Ashlynn needs, but after a trip to Texas, he starts to get his act together.

I loved this story and can’t wait to read more after Ms. Bosco has turned the reigns over to Khloe Wren for the next chapter in Needles’ story. I give this story a 4.5-star review and cannot recommend this story enough, as well as the other stories in the Satan’s Knights MC series.

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