Series: Kings of Mayhem MC #5
Cover Design: Marisa, Cover Me Darling
Are you ready for Bishop?
Breaking The Chains by Janine Infante Bosco releases December 9th!!
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One way or another, all men pay for their crimes. Some do their time locked in a cage, while others meet their due karma without a judge or a jury. My debt to society is almost paid, and soon I’ll be free to get my son the justice he deserves. Justice he wouldn’t be due if only I had done my job as his father and protected him.
There’s just one hitch, and her name is Charlotte.
The gorgeous and completely inexperienced paralegal’s mission seems to be making me a law-abiding citizen and not a vengeful son of a bitch. But underneath her prim and proper facade, there is a woman begging to be unleashed. If I wasn’t so hellbent on breaking the chains of pain bound to my boy, I’d be tempted to unravel Charlotte and show her what it’s like to ditch the law and walk on the wild side. And there’s no time for me to succumb to her efforts to make me a decent man. I’ve agreed to prospect for the Satan’s Knights MC, and my pretty little paralegal is about to learn there ain’t nothing noble about a man who sells his soul to the Devil in the name of revenge.
*Editorial note: Breaking The Chains is the second book in the Satan’s Knights Prospect Trilogy. Fan’s of Janine’s Blackout Duet will immediately recognize Bishop, but all readers can enjoy this novel as a steamy, suspenseful standalone.*
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 5 out of 5
I loved this second chance romance.
Cade O’Connor is Oak Creek’s hometown celebrity. His family is well known in Oak Creek, but his own celebrity status came from his own talent. A silent investor/partner of Linear Tactical has given him a family of friends who will stand behind him and do anything for him.
Peyton Ward was young when she first met Cade. She had a secret then that Cade kept close for her. Five years later, Cade learns of another secret and this one is huge. Will these two find a way to over come their past and move forward with the future they both deserve and want?
This story was full of danger, betrayal, suspense and the desire for a chance at real happiness. It kept me wondering, guessing, and at the edge throughout. It was perfectly paced with danger and suspense and I loved every page of this book. I give it 5-bright stars and encourage you to buy and read this book as well as the entire series. Each book just gets better.
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 5 out of 5
WOW!! I loved each book in this series and they just kept getting better with each book.
Angel is a great story. I loved watching Jordan’s true self finally come to light with Gabe’s love and care for her. His guidance and bulldozing for her was great to read, sometimes it takes others to help show us our true worth in this world, and Gabriel did that for Jordan. I loved it.
Ghost was a tragically beautiful story. Dorian and Grace’s (Ray) story was full of tension, action, suspense and a beautiful story of two broken souls coming back together. These two deserve a happy ending with healing and the love of their Linear Tactical family can help them find that. Dorian has always been my favorite character in this series. His lone wolf character and attention to detail as well as his intensity drew me to him, and his story just carried that through. I still love him, and I hope he and will be in more of the series as it continues.
Shadow, wow! His story started out with a great intensity and ended with a sweet story. I loved it. Heath’s need to get answers drove him for so long. His unexpected help is what settled him. It seems that it’s always when you decide to stop looking that things become clearer and answer start coming to you from the least likely place.
I thought Ghost was my favorite because I had been waiting for Dorian’s story, but then I read Shadow and then Echo (see my review for Echo). I read all four books in a week and had such a Linear Tactical hangover I wasn’t what to read next. I pre-ordered Phoenix and Baby, but I wish I didn’t have to wait so long for them to come out. I give each of these books as well as the box set a 5-bright star review and encourage you to buy the series and read it! I hope you like it as much as I did! If there were a larger scale, I would give higher.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5
Father Amadeo Decosta wants revenge on Massimo Tomassi and will go to any extent to get it. His younger brother Valentino Decosta knows that his brother feels this is the only way to get peace, but he’s not so sure it’s a good idea. His problem is that he’s always looked up to his brother and will stand by him, but only to an extent.
Carlotta Tomassi is daddy’s little princess. Massimo Tomassi rules Malborne as the Mafia Kingpin, but he doesn’t get his hands dirty, he has others do it for him. He’s ruthless and very dangerous. Carlotta is his only child and he’s very strict with her, but she sneaks out as often as possible with her best friend until the night she doesn’t find her way back home.
A dark, twisted, taboo, steamy story of two brothers who fall in love with an off-limits young woman. I love a dark twisted story and this one definitely delivered. I devoured it in one day and loved every chapter I read. I give this book a 4.5-star review and suggest you one-click it if you are a lover of dark, twisted, mafia and taboo stories.
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