Sara's Review: Anguish: Jokers' Wrath MC, Book 3 Bella Jewel (Author), Stella Bloom (Narrato
Publisher: Bella Jewel
Released: October 27, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 382 pages
Format: ebook , paperback, Audiobook
From International and USA Today Bestselling Author comes the Third Book in the exciting Jokers' Wrath Series. There are a lot of things in this world that are easy to escape from. Having a son you didn't ask for isn't one of them. Mack is a nomad. He likes his own space and he struggles with emotion. His past is grey and his future looks about the same. That is until his ex-girlfriend dies and his son is handed over to him. A two month old baby he didn't know existed. Until now. His world comes crashing down around him. Desperate, he hires a nanny. Jaylah has gotten herself into some serious trouble, so when she sees the job opening for a nanny pop up, she jumps on it. Of course she's not a nanny, but she figures she can pull it off. I mean, how hard can it be? She's thrown into a world of diapers, hourly feedings and a whole lot of laundry. She's also introduced to the most rugged, gorgeous man she's ever had the pleasure of meeting. The best part, he's the baby's father. The worst part, he's a biker. Their sexual tension is huge, but he's a hard nut to crack. She'll get in, though. She makes it her mission to break through the wall Mack has built so high around himself. Her world is about to spiral out of control, and she's taking Mack along for the ride.
Five Boundless Stars
Anguish is the perfect name for this novel/audiobook; it is the emotion I felt the strongest as the tears flowed. I think it’s because I can remember those feeling of putting everything, your entire being, your complete heart and soul into a relationship, and have it not be reciprocated. That utter feeling of devastation, the hollow feeling in your chest, that makes it hurt to breathe. Yea, that’s one of those moments in life that you don’t forget, so when a book can evoke those feeling again, it is like being brought back to that moment in time. Good or bad; for me the memories are now bitter sweet.
Luckily, this is a romance novel, so there will be a HAE, even though it takes lots of tears and heartbreak to get there. Through the journey, readers learn to love the characters and feel like you are going on their adventures with them, the good and the bad.
I love this series, and I LOVED Anguish, it’s getting 5 Boundless Stars. The next novel Desolation isn’t out in audiobook yet. Not sure if I can wait for that.