My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Flick (King’s Descendants Book 2) by Bella Jewel @GiveMeBooksPR @BellaJewel73


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

The story and characters just keep getting better with each book.

Alarick “Flick” took over as the President of the King’s Descendants MC before he was actually ready to, but he had no choice. It also meant that he had to keep secrets, dangerous secrets, that could destroy the club and get him killed. He is determined now to keep his woman Briella safe, healthy, and out of trouble.

Briella has a secret that she has been asked to keep. She isn’t sure if she was dreaming, still under the influence of drugs from her surgery, or it if was real, but she saw her stepfather, King again. He’s supposed to be dead, but is he actually alive? Briella has come to terms with her sister’s death, but now she has some new information. The new information and secrets that she is carrying will put her in more danger and trouble because she can’t help herself from digging up the truth.

This story is full of suspense, twists, intrigue, danger, and a very strong-willed woman who doesn’t think before she reacts. Flick and Briella are explosive together in more than one way, they butt heads because she is so strong headed, and he is trying to protect his club as well as her. Secrets will come between these two and they will fight to overcome their distrust and stay on top of the danger that they are all in, but they won’t give up trying to get answers or finding peace in those answers and destroying the group that is threatening not only them, but also the people around them.

I give this story a 5-star review and loved every page I read. I cannot wait for the next book. I highly recommend this book and series if you like MC, dark material, Hero’s that are a little tarnished, or strong women who get themselves into all kinds of trouble. I love the characters in this story and am looking forward to more on the men of the MC, as well as the women that drive them nuts. I also love the unique names of the characters in this book.

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