Uncontrollable Temptations by Janine Infante Bosco
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is book 3 of the Satan Knights MC and Jack (the Bulldog) story. Wow! We knew this would be intense based upon prior books with Jack, but holy wow, he had more demons that what we saw in the series.
Jack has to fight his maker along with his darkness that haunts him daily. Being President of the MC club he has to hurdle the issues that surround the club as well as trying to overcome his demons while trying to still be there for his daughter, Lacey. Without his daughter, I don't think he would have been as strong to fight his demons.
He meets Reina under the pretense of trying to get answers regarding a showdown that occurred with his brother and potential affect on the club. I don't want to say too much as some reading this review may not have read the other books in the series and it can be seen as a spoiler. Yes, you can read these books out of order; however, they will fill in more details in each book that make the ahha moments have the light bulb go off cause we see the back end of this.
From the moment he meets Reina he knows that she may be more than what he was bargaining for in the situation. All it takes is one word, "YOU" and it clicks. Reina is his Angel to his Devil (Jack) is how I look at this. He can be cruel one moment and have a soft spot the next. My favorite though is for each scar given you take one scar and give it to each other. This truly shows that if you want to be with someone you take them with scars no matter how intense or damaged they are.
This entire book will have you on the end of your seat, tearing up one moment and having chills the next. We all knew this book would not be for the faint of hearts. I'm just glad after all this that Jack was finally able to find his "HOME". Janine definitely does not disappoint us with this story and love that she makes each one better and better when you think there is no way she can top this story. Boy your in for it then, cause she definitely ups it each time to make it beyond a five star read.
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