Honor. Courage. Commitment.
Three things Jesse Carter has lost. A former Marine, Jesse used to stand proud of his achievements and live by the code. But when circumstance made him question everything he believed in, those most basic values didn’t feel so important after all.
Sex. Lies. Knights Rebels.
Three things Jesse Carter has found. Reborn into a brotherhood not so different from the one he left behind, Jesse finds it all too easy to block out his past and claim the role as the Rebels’ fun loving player. Until he meets Bell.
Shy, awkward, and with troubles of her own, Bell Johnson’s no stranger to hiding her pain. When Jesse forces himself into her life, she’s at risk of her defenses crumbling.
Does Bell have the strength to survive Jesse and his demons or is she fated to become another casualty in the self-destruction of Jesse Carter?
2 1/2 out of 5 stars
Book 3 in the Knights Rebels series was by far my least favorite, and the reason – the hero. Jesse pissed me off more times than I can tell you. He acted like whiny bitch for a long time in this book. The real saving grace of this was Bell. She was so sweet and likable.
There was a subplot of Bell’s sister being missing – and Bell did not believe that her sister was dead. I found this story pretty dumb – and so was the ending. The ending was very anti-climatic and very predictable. I would recommend this because of the series, but it was most definitely not my favorite of the series.