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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I absolutely love this series, this author, all the characters. They just feel like coming home when I turn that first page.
Getting to know Throttle, Peg’s son, was bittersweet as Peg was my first introduction to the Satan’s Devils and with the second generation series, I couldn’t wait to see his kiddos!
As always this author weaves a story that takes you to the highest highs and lowest lows to get you to the end and I enjoy every agonizing minute! Bring on more!

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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Raylene Green

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Noah is Peg and Darcy son or Throttle as he’s known to the club. He is their enforcer in a ladies man. Not interested in having an ol lady until Gwen comes back into his life. He’s attracted to her, but buries it…or tries. Plenty of dips and turns in this book as we get to the heart of Throttle. And that twist at the end!!! Unputdownable from beginning to end!

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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett

Twisted Throttle is the third book in the Satan’s Devil’s MC Second Generation Series by Manda Mellett. Holy Cow what a wild ride that once you start reading you won’t want to stop till you’ve finished. This author is my favorite MC Romance author her attention to detail and her ability to grab ahold of you from the beginning. If you haven’t started this series or even read any of them go start now, you won’t be disappointed . This is Throttle’s and Gwen’s story and whew what ride. He’s the Enforcer of the Tucson chapter and Peg’s son. He’s a one and done kinda man. He learns he has a stalker,it started out with little random things but it then started to get very serious. Gwen is his little sisters friend and Throttle definitely notices how much she’s grown up. You guys these two are off the charts. I highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next. I can’t wait for more and more hopefully . I don’t want this to ever end!

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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Michelle Austin

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was excited to finally get to read the next book in this series. Once I started I didn’t want to put it down.
Throttle is the club enforcer who doesn’t commit to any woman. When he sets his eyes on a new waitress at a club restaurant he realizes it’s a friend of his sisters.

Gwen crushed on Throttle growing up but he never looked at her in the way she wanted. Now as they get to know each other again sparks start to fly between them. I really liked Gwen, she is a very strong woman who had to take care of herself at a very young age.

There is a scary twist and a stalker comes into the story. Will Throttle be able to keep Gwen safe? And who is sending Throttle gifts?

Overall this was a read that pulled me right in and I couldn’t wait to see what was coming next. All of the characters added a great element to the story. We get mystery, hot steamy moments and so much more. If you’re looking for a great MC series to read I highly recommend this one. I can’t wait to read more from this author.

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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Twisted Throttle: Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3  by Manda Mellett

I have no idea how many of the Satan’s Devils books I have read, but I love the original series and the spinoffs. The second generation books may be my favorite since we have “known” these kids since they were born and now they are all grown up and following down their own paths.

Of the second generation this may be my favorite.   I really had a hard time putting this one down.  I was caught up in the story and wanted to see what was going to happen next and I was not disappointed.

Throttle is blindsided more than once and I was happy to see him meet his match.  Oh and the stalker!  Wow, did not see that interesting bombshell until it exploded.

I cannot recommend this book enough.  I floved it and can’t wait for her next book to drop.

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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Rachel Moss

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Twisted Throttle: Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3 by Manda Mellett was another great read! To be completely honest and fair, each book is great and each one (that I’ve read so far anyway) just keeps getting better! This book was full of steam, thrills, and excitement. This book was very enthralling and had me enraptured from the first chapter. If you enjoy a steamy MC novel full of all the goods, this is the series and book for you! I can’t wait to read the next installment to this series!

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Twisted Throttle: Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3 by Manda Mellett – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is for those over 18 due to adult content and possible triggers.

Throttle is the Sergeant At Arms in the Satan’s Devils MC and he lives and breathes the club, the life and the women which he propositions and he wants nothing else, he is the happiest he has ever been and change is the last thing he wants, despite his parents best efforts at requesting it.

Today he is dealing with a slight to the club, someone has stolen a Prospects motorbike and that is something which is a sin, a mans bike is sacrosanct and nobody should touch it without their permission, but to let their bike be stolen is just as bad, even if they were only away from it for a few minutes, but as usual the clubs resident technical wizz has trawled through endless amounts of CCTV and actually found it, now they just have to pay a visit to the scrapyard when it has been traced to. Throttle is more than ready for this type of action, it has been to quiet for him as of late, so getting the opportunity to grab the guys who stole it, find out what they were planning to do with it and take them to task while telling them the mistake they have made and the consequences which go along with it, none of which is pleasant, for them at least. After the warning has been given and the people of interest have been returned to their workplace in a much worse state than when they left it, Throttle’s dad asks him for a word and they talk about what his parents wanted for him and how he only ever wanted to be in the MC when he didn’t sign up to the armed forces, much to his parents’ relief, they also discuss the fellow member who has had mental health issues and making sure that Throttle isn’t heading the same way and whether his is happy, as well as says that he is not altogether appreciative of his lifestyle of one night stands and carousel of women he knows his son consorts with.

After the heated discussion, he is needing some space as his emotions are running high, Throttle heads to the bar/ restaurant the Devil’s own where he can get something to eat and a drink, but he doesn’t expect to see a girl he knew as a kid and hasn’t seen for years working there. As they catch up, it is like those years disappear and she seems to have her life sorted out which makes Throttle happy to hear, but as she is working, the conversation peters out and he instead goes on the prowl and sees someone he thinks may be the next to ride his carousel, however, the chance disappears until the manager of the restaurant asks him to come back the next day to help manage a bachelorette party, to which he agrees. The next day he returns to help out, but ends up following the group to the next venue, which happens to be a strip club also owned by the Devils, much to his annoyance, but the same woman who caught his eye propositions him at the end of the night and he agrees to go back to her place, but when he sets out the rules, he assumes she will follow them, that is until the next day when she tries to get him to go out with her, he refuses and thinks no more of it.

When he returns to the clubhouse later that evening, he hears that one of the waitresses has been hurt and when he realises that it is his childhood friend, he rushes to her side at the hospital after stopping at the bar to see what happened. The next day he receives an expensive gift from a mystery person and as he tries to follow up on this, he is still checking in on his friend, but he is starting to think about her more and more and this has him worried, especially when he finds out that her house has also been ransacked. As time passes and his friend heals, he is tailed by a mystery car multiple times as he checks on her, followed by a further gift and silent phone calls, this mystery deepens and he gets involved with someone else,
but cannot see how they are all connected and neither can anyone else, is it a jilted lover, someone with it in for the MC, or something else entirely? This fast paced romp is a romance with a mysterious and dangerous twist as things out of Throttle’s control keep happening until he has no idea what is happening and you are pulled along on the journey with him you are just as mystified until the ending is revealed.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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Hawk’s Cry : Satan’s Devils MC (Second Generation #2) by Manda Mellett – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Hawk's Cry (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #2)Hawk’s Cry by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a story for those over 18 as it deals with adult content and possible triggers.

Hawk is the VP of the Satan’s Devils MC mother chapter and he is in love with a beautiful woman who he has known all his life, he is married to her and has their first child on the way, he is the son of the old Prez and is following in his footsteps by living and breathing the MC life, but it is not the life he wants anymore and he wants out, but it is only when one of the other members comes to find him and find out what is wrong that he opens up and says what has been on his mind, they can’t understand it though and end up storming away in disbelief and leaving him to his thoughts and what he is going to tell his wife. As he approaches her, she knows something is off and has known for a while, but she is astonished when he tells her about his decision and then heads off to the weeks meeting with the other members before they have time to properly talk about it, but as he enters the room, he realises that his talk wasn’t as in confidence as he thought and that he has told the other member, so as he goes through the motions of the meeting, he is hoping it is over soon so that he can find out the ramifications of his decision.

As most of the members leave the room, they are told to stay close as they might end up being needed again and this is when the discussion about Hawk’s choice is brought up and nobody likes it one but it is unprecedented and nobody is really sure of how to proceed, but nevertheless, the conversation starts. As Hawk is trying to explain his decision, he is struggling to find the words he needs ro explain himself, so he just outright states he wants to leave the club, the compound and this life, but that he wants to take his wife with him, as expected, tempers fray and emotions are running high, but reality starts to hit as his options are laid on the table. This is when the other members are invited back in and the cards are laid on the table as they each take a vote, the decision ends up being a close call, but a beatdown and immediate expulsion are chosen, the next thing he knows, he is being escorted to the storeroom and after his dad takes the first hit, he sees him leave while the other members show him exactly what they think of the situation. As he regains consciousness, he is on the floor, in a world of pain and his house is being packed up around him as his wife cries, they are then taken to another place to live until they can find their own feet, he hadn’t realised how hard this would be on his wife, especially when their mums have to explain what decision was made and what the other option was.

As he has now left the club, he has to give up his road name as well and live life as Eli, but as he and Amy try and settle into a new life, he is unable to do anything while he heals and his moods deteriorate and he starts to spiral even more, Amy has no idea how to handle his distance and what to do about it as it is all new to her, but she ends up making a friend, albeit a male one, but one day things take a turn for the worse for both Eli and Amy when one feels unable to cope and the other has no idea how bad things have gotten. What will happen to the not so happy couple when the truth is revealed and things out of their control start to happen around them? This is a romance with a dark undercurrent which sweeps you along as you watch events unfurl and see the decisions which have to be made and the consequences of the actions which follow.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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Amy’s Santa: Satan’s Devils MC (Second Generation #1) by Manda Mellet – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Amy's Santa: Satan's Devils MC (Second Generation) #1Amy’s Santa: Satan’s Devils MC (Second Generation) #1 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is only for those over 18 with adult content and may contain triggers within.

Amy is a 27 year old woman who has grown up with the Satan’s Devils and branched out on her own to attend college and get a degree in nursing, albeit to the frustration and worry of her parents, but she is successful and knows what she wants out of life and one thing is to return home every Christmas and see her parents, sibling and the extended family of those living around her, but this year she is dreading it, she is worried that they will see right through her and want to deal with her problem’s the only way she knows how, but she might just manage it with Xander by her side.

As they drive towards the compound, Xander asks her how she is feeling as they get nearer to Tucson and her home, she replied honestly that she is worried and is tempted to go back, but she knows that if she isn’t there, then her family will definitely suspect something and that is the last thing she wants, but even though Xander is trying to convince her that she needs to open up to them about what happened, she is more worried about what their reaction is going to be. It is her fault the event happened and they will all just blame her and agree that she was at fault, but she is so glad that he is there with her so he can help her as he has done for the last three months. As they approach the compound, they stop at the gate so they can be let in and Xander admires the area as it is not what he expected at all, but everything is as she expects and hopes they have waited so that their traditions can be kept up where she puts the last decoration up on the tree. After this has been completed, Amy introduces her friend to everyone, but she awkwardly tries to avoid hugs from the men around her, although she doesn’t hesitate with her dad or the ladies and kids and she is more than thankful that Xander helps her to do that, using wanting to freshen up and unpack as their excuse.

As they unpack, she fills Xander in when he asks about the Club and the people in it, but understands that he can only know so much, but he also knows when to push and when not to, meanwhile her dad is talking to her mum and is worried about her and a little bit about the man she is with, albeit the usual checks have been done, then they reminisce about her childhood and how she had grown into exactly what she wanted to be. As they go back to the clubhouse, they meet up with another member and talk about her and get his view on the situation and he feels the same way that they do, that something isn’t right, but to wait and see what it is. Later on as preparations for the family meal are going on Xander goes straight in and helps where needed as Amy spends time catching up with the family, this is appreciated, but as she talks to her dad, he is watching for her reactions to his questions and the feeling that something isn’t right is solidified, especially as he notices more little things as the evening progresses and he is determined to find out what it is and so asks Xander to have a chat in the morning.

As Xander reassures Amy that nobody noticed anything was amiss, they go about their normal nightly routine, including helping her deal with her nightmares, which she appreciates more than she can tell him and to help calm her, he asks how Christmas works so he knows what to expect later on in the day. The next morning, they exchange gifts and head down to the clubhouse for breakfast and although she is worried, Amy goes along too, but when someone puts his arm around her she goes into a full blown panic attack and has to be taken outside, but just as Xander is talking to her, her dad comes out and overhears them talking, this is where Xander ends up telling him everything. Will Amy be able to handle the rest of Christmas day and be able to relax around her family, or will what they find out tarnish their view of her forever? This is another fantastic installment which deals with some heavy topics, but is engrossing as you ride along with the Devils.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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Twisted Throttle: Satans Devil’s MC (Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett-Review by Amanda Kimble

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Twisted Throttle: Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3 by Manda Mellett

This book is freaking amazing. Manda Mellett knows what she is doing by writing these fantastic books. Twisted Throttle is amazing.

Gwen moves back to town after college
Pursuing a career in law she is working hard to pay off her debts. Then Throttle comes back into her life. The quote I chose for Gwen is: “You don’t need to do that. I can get a cab. Or…. Can you give me a lift back to my car?”

Noah, aka Throttle, is another kid who was born and raised in the MC. His dad being the ex-SAA of the club, but he’s now a patched in member. When Gwen comes back into his life he starts seeing her differently. The quote I chose for Throttle is: “F no. She was Lisa’s best buddy for a while back in high school, but she never came to the compound so you wouldn’t remember her. I used to pull her pigtails. We caught up when I came in a week back. I hadn’t seen her for years before then.”

Highly recommended for MC Romantic lovers.

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