Paladin’s Hell: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #1 by Manda Mellett
I have read many of this authors books, all of them The Satan’s Devils Tucson chapter and I love every one that I have read..I have become emotionally invested in all of these people but I have to say and this isn’t easy because each one is perfection…This one is my favorite as of right now. I don’t really know why but many aspects of this story had me so hooked and I sincerely did not want this book to end. Miss Mellett has absolutely positively outdone herself with this new Colorado chapter of the Satan’s Devils MC.
I’ll be honest I was worried about the change of location, the change of members, and most of all leaving behind those that I had grown to love but the way this was handled was perfectly brilliant in my opinion. Reading the different POV’s and never wondering or getting confused about what was going on made this transition for me very simple. Moira’s story was probably the most real story I’ve read in a long time…her thoughts, her fears everything was written and described in a way that would have any woman even nearing “that time” appreciating how real this story was and omg Hellfire..one of my favorite characters EVER..again with the real life stuff and just his character is unlike many other stories I’ve read.
Then..I haven’t even mentioned Pal and Jay who were the ones in the story I could relate to because they were the ones forced to make all the changes with location and learning all over again who you could and couldn’t trust.
I literally could probably write a 4 page review about this book, I have to stop because there are too many things I want to say. There is a lot going on in this book and it has me wanting the next like right now! I can’t wait for Demons story in Colorado and then Thankfully I get to go back to Tucson for Blades story…
LOVE LOVE LOVE this author, this series and knowing what is still to come.
(This can absolutely be read without reading the books before but i DO NOT recommend this…You would be missing out on so so much if you don’t read them all!)
Review by @debikircher