Review for Drifter (MC Sinners Next Generation #2) by Bella Jewel




Title: Drifter
Series: MC Sinners Next Generation #2
Author: Bella Jewel
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
 Release Date: March 21, 2016



Blurb

They say opposites attract.
In my world that isn’t a good thing.
I did everything I could to escape the motorcycle club I grew up in when I turned twenty-one.
It wasn’t about fear, or betrayal, or even lack of love.
I just needed my own life.
I had to know how it felt to stand on my own two feet without their protection.
Then I met Diesel.
Mysterious, dark, with eyes that screamed to be understood.
From the second I met him, I knew I needed to be in his life.
There’s just one problem – he’s a member of a different motorcycle club.
Two things that should never be combined.
Yet I can’t stay away. No matter how hard he pushes. I can see beyond his mask.
I need to know who he is and I’ll overcome any obstacle to be in his life.
A friendship is born, followed by an epic love.
Our relationship is forbidden.
But I’ll do anything to be in his life.
Anything.

Kim's Review

Bella Jewel's "Drifter" is the second tale in the MC Sinners Next Generation series. Mercedes has left the the nest of her family and MC club family. She's moved to Denver to go to college. She's won 2 tickets to see a band and have VIP access to them. She takes her best friend Pru and goes to see a band she's never even heard of. Once Wrath takes the stage the lead singer captures her attention from the first moment she sees him. After the concert they to backstage to meet the band. The lead singer isn't in the room when they enter so Mercy asks where her is and is directed to another room nearby. When she goes in she starts speaking and Diesel basically dismisses her with he's not interested in anything she has to say to him. This doesn't sit well with her and she goes off on him, rendering him speechless. What happens after is a series of crazy things that bring them to see each other at school and become friends. His sort of girlfriend hates Mercedes, he tries to stay away from her, but he just can't. After being locked in a shed he finds her and takes her back to his house to patch her up where he introduces her to his family. What she doesn't know ids they are the bikers she's seen around town. The Joker's Wrath. She keeps who her family is from them not knowing how friendly they are to them. All hell breaks loose when shit goes down and Diesel is shot. This book has so many twists and turns it will make your head spin. This is a MUST READ!!!!!!

5 out of 5 stars






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Kim's Review of #1:

Bella Jewel's "Pandemonium" is the first tale in the MC Sinners Next Generation series. Ava is the daughter to Jackson, the President of Hell's Knights MC and is kidnapped by an unknown man where lots of things happen to her and she's given no choice to what happens. She fights hard to get away from him, leaving her to make a choice she never thought she would. Lucas Black, a detective finds a bloody and broken Ava in an alley. He takes her in and takes care of her. Can two broken people heal each other? Will Lucas' past catch up with them? This book was so good with twists and turns aplenty! This is a MUST READ!!!


5 out of 5 stars






Author Bio

Bella Jewel is a self published, USA Today bestselling author. She’s been publishing since 2013. Her first release was a contemporary romance, Hell’s Knights which topped the charts upon release. Since that time, she has published over five novels, gaining a bestseller status on numerous platforms. She lives in North Queensland and is currently studying editing and proofreading to further expand her career. Bella has been writing since she was just shy of fifteen years old. In Summer 2013 she was offered an ebook deal through Montlake Romance for her bestselling modern day pirate series, Enslaved By The Ocean. She plans to expand her writing career, planning many new releases for the future.



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