Review of Jack: Kings of Mayhem MC, Tennessee Chapter, Book 1 by Penny Dee @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Jack Dillinger has it all, he’s the president of the Tennessee chapter of the Kings of Mayhem, he’s married to his high school sweetheart and has his twin sons and his daughter, and his younger brother. They have their battles with a rival MC, but for the most part, things are good, until they’re not and everything is falling down around him. He still has his MC and his Presidency of the club, but he’s now a man on a mission of vengeance and a lost soul, until she comes into his life and makes his heart whole again.

Bronte Vale grew up next door to Jack and his wife Rosanne and their family, she was the best friend of Cooper, Jack’s little brother. She’s a free spirit with a wandering soul. When tragedy hits the Dillinger family, it also hits her very hard, and her wandering soul has a hard time settling. When she finds herself in a situation that scares her, she returns home to Flintlock from Nashville to get away from the danger, only to find that it hasn’t left her and now she needs the help of the Kings of Mayhem MC for protection.

I loved this first book of the Tennessee Chapter of the Kings of Mayhem. I loved the Kings of Mayhem Mississippi books from the very first one and this chapter has proven to be as action packed, sexy, hot, steamy, and dangerous as the Mississippi chapter. These two have known each other for a long time and suffered loss together, now they can heal together and find a way to move on with life and be happy. They just have to find a way to keep the danger at bay and figure out what’s going on. They have some things to overcome and work out, but with the support and love of the MC, they can make it. I give this book a 5-star review and I am anxious for Doc’s book. I love the characters in the Tennessee chapter and can’t wait to read their books throughout the series. I love Penny Dee’s MC books!

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