Dying To Read: The MC Sinners Series by Bella Jewel

The MC Sinners series is all about bikers. It features members of the motorcycle clubs Hell's Knights and Heaven's Sinners. I am very intrigued about this series because it gives us a peek into the lifestyle of motorcycle clubs. 

If you watch Sons of Anarchy, you'll understand the usage of the term "lifestyle" here. Being a biker is more than just owning a motorcycle, and wearing boots and leathers to go with it. I get the impression that an MC is more like a fraternity whose members consider each other to be brothers, and will protect each other and their family--even to the death.

I was never attracted to these types of stories before because I usually found them too violent for my taste. I haven't seen a single episode of Sons of Anarchy for instance (although I know about it and read about key events on the Internet because it's that popular), and I don't think I will... my heart won't be able to take it! LOL

So why am I dying to read Hell's Knights?

  1. Have you read the blurbs? They alone draw me in like moth to a flame. You can just tell the stories will be excellent! Scroll below to read them.
  2. The covers. :) Yes, I admit, I am one to judge a book by its cover.
  3. The excerpts. Have you read the excerpts? I have three words for you: Oh. My. God. If they're not sexy, they're highly emotional, and that's saying something because they're just short excerpts. I'm not yet invested in the characters, I just have a shallow idea of the story, and yet they can already make me feel. How much more when I'm actually reading them, right?
  4. The ratings. If you check at Goodreads and Amazon, the books get 4 to 5 stars baby! I think even crying argumentum ad populum won't work here because the majority do love the books for a very good reason! They ARE good, you can just tell by the enthusiasm of the reviewers and readers.
  5. I think the violent themes that are so often associated with biker stories are tamer in these books. Or at least not closely detailed. I'm basing this assumption on the reviews I read. I figured many would have expressly commented on that if they were really violent, but so far I haven't seen any complaints. Plus I think the author focuses more on the romance in each book.


Yep, those are the reasons why I'm dying to read the MC Sinners Series by Bella Jewel. Check out the books below and see for yourself why they deserve to be DTR'd!

Book 1: Hell's Knights

Hell's Knights (The MC Sinners, #1)
A modern day biker romance. 

Addison has had a hard life. Her mother is useless, and her father hasn't been in her life for years. When her mother dies, she's left with no money and an angry man after her. She goes to the only person she knows can take care of her right now - her father. She knows her father is the President of an MC club, but she doesn't quite realize just how much she will come to rely on that club. 

Cade is everything she knows she should stay away from, and yet she can't seem to keep herself from wanting him. He's the club VP, gorgeous, rugged, charming and he makes her feel again. She should be running, she should be escaping the demons of her past, but instead she finds herself falling for the gorgeous biker. 

Come on this whirlwind romance with two broken people, who figure out how to put each other back together.

Book 2: Heaven's Sinners

Heaven's Sinners (The MC Sinners, #2)

Spike knows tragedy, he knows that feelings are better left hidden. He refuses to put his heart out there again, it's a pain he's not willing to feel a second time around. He's accepted he's going to spend forever alone. That's all he deserves. 

But then there's Ciara, the sister of his deceased wife. She's beautiful and damned determined to throw herself into his life in hopes they can reform an old friendship, but Spike won't hear of it, and Ciara refuses to give up. 

Who will win the battle of wills?

Book 3: Knight's Sinner

Knights' Sinner (The MC Sinners, #3)

Jackson is always considered the 'softie'. He's the first to help people out when they're in need. He's President of the Hell's Knights and he figures it's about time he shows the world how much of a sinner he can be. 

Serenity has a dark past. Secrets haunt her and she has no way of escaping them. Hogan is the only family she knows and life with him is brutal. And it's about to get worse. 
He sends her on a mission. 
On a mission to destroy the Hell's Knights and the Heaven's Sinners. 
Can she pretend with a club she doesn't know?
Or will she betray Hogan for the man she's falling in love with?



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