ARC Review: Breaking The Chains by Janine Infante Bosco @LWoodsPR @JanineBosco

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

The Satan’s Knights are changing the way they do things and Jack Parrish doesn’t want it to happen. He’s still the same man and he his mind is still all over the place.

Bishop is determined to do right by his 5-year-old son, and he’ll do anything to protect him and make him feel safe. Unfortunately, luck is not on his side. He’s still making bad decisions and is not in a position to do it on his own, but his previous cell mate, Blackie, has asked Jack Parrish to help Bishop, and he ends up with a large team stepping in and helping him and Connor, his son.

Charlotte has recently graduated from Law school and has been hired by the top law firm in New York. Her first day may be her last, that is until Jack Parrish shows up and she finds the confidence to stand up and offer her help, putting her boss in a situation where he has to keep her on. Charlotte’s interest in Bishop’s case may be for all the wrong reasons, but the end result could be what she’s been looking for.

I love the Satan’s Knights series and the new Prospect Trilogy is shaping up to be a great series. The characters in the Satan’s Knights series are great characters. The Satan’s Knights family will do anything for their family and if you are lucky enough to be taken in by them you will always have a family and someone to have your back all the time. They are loyal, lethal, and oh so Alpha. If you like MC stories you definitely read the Satan Knights series and the Prospect Trilogy as well. They are full of steam, suspense, and includes corrupt prison guards.

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