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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by M Policicchio

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The action in this book never ends. It grabs you by the throat and keeps a good grip until the end. WOW!!!

Tink knows the harsh realities of being a sexual assault survivor. Tink, Shadow, and few friends have created a Motorcycle Club that helps break up sex trafficking rings, and then helps the survivors find their way. This is her mission, her life’s goal. When Tink starts being stalked by an unknown past, she is forced to face more than just this threat.

Tink is joined by several colorful characters, her best friend Shadow, her wanna-be boyfriend Noodles, her father Tank, and other various friends. The characters are so realistic and natural that you forget that they are fictional. I didn’t need another MC series in my life, but this one found me. Grab me a kutte, find me a road name, I am a Handmaiden sister for life!!!

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Robin Rankin

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tink: (Devil’s Handmaidens MC: Timber-Ghost, Montana Chapter)

I’m pretty picky when it comes to reading about an MC, there are only a couple that have kept me interested until now. An all female MC really peaked my interest so I thought I would give it a try. So glad I did, this is definitely a series I will be keeping up with.

Tink has quite the back story which sucked me in and wouldn’t let me go. She has dealt with a lot but never let it or the fact she is a woman stop her. She has surrounded herself with some incredibly strong fearless women which I love.

L is exactly what Tink needs. He isn’t afraid of her but respects her and it shows. But he is also willing to jump in the middle if necessary no matter the situation.

This author is new to me, but I looked at her catalog and found a few more to read and I have already put the release date in for the next book in this series. I have a feeling these women are going to become close friends of mine.

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Crystal Jimenez

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a really great read. I don’t think I have ever read a female MC book. The females were just as tough and intriguing as if it were a male MC. This is a great start to a great new series. Can’t wait to read more.

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC #1) by D.M. Earl-Review by Amanda Kimble

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Tink: (Devil’s Handmaidens MC: Timber-Ghost, Montana Chapter #1) by D.M. Earl

This isn’t the first book I’ve read by the author. Tink is the first book in the Devil’s Handmaidens. The author knows how to write words. I love this book and can’t wait for more.

Tink is the one who likes taking care of everything. She knows something is missing. She doesn’t know what it is. She is looking for something but can’t seem to find it. The quote I chose for Tink is: “Raven, go grab Shadow. Tell her she’s up, it’s a go. Don’t want it done ’til everyone is settled down. Take them to the old homestead. It’s her call, quick or send them to hell slowly but bottom line; I want them with good Ol’ Satan at the end. Make sure there is no evidence left. Tell her to do the usual. Got it? Besides the two of you, take along Rebel, Wildcat, and Peanut. Have Lilly on standby to go out and clean up the inside mess when done. Tell her we want no DNA, if possible, and tell Shadow to make sure she covers the floors and walls if she’s gonna get messy.”

Highly recommended for MC lovers.

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Megan Conley

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

**Trigger Warnings: Human Trafficking & SA**
I’m a sucker for badass females and D.M Earl has delivered! I will say though…this book needs to come with trigger warnings because right off the bat it throws some very gnarly stuff the readers way. I am not usually triggered (typically because I’ve read the warnings and have been able to prepare myself) but this caught me off guard and I actually had to put the book down and take a minute to collect myself. Now, I’m sure it’s not that way for everyone, but be warned there is talk of human trafficking and SA. Like I said, I would have been fine if there had been a trigger warning just letting me know.
I absolutely love the way Earl develops her characters. They have this tragic backstory and instead of breaking them, they take it and use it to make themselves strong and resilient but not hardened. And I love a well-rounded female badass who is tough and independent, but doesn’t let that stand in the way of being vulnerable. The heat between Tink and Noodles is a perfect sizzle. I love how Earl uses this first book in the series to introduce us to many of the characters we will see in the follow-up books without loosing focus of Tink and Noodles.
The plot line of this book is an emotional one and sometimes it’s hard to read, but D.M. Earl does it tastefully and respectfully. I love the premise of an all-female MC bringing down these horrible trafficking rings, rescuing the people, and bringing them back to their ranch to recover. Add to it that most, if not all, of the females in the MC have tragic backstories themselves, and it just means that much more.
I really do recommend this book and I can’t wait to read the others in the series. Just please be warned…there are very sensitive topics discussed.

Reviewed by @meggs1717

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Allyson Ware

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love a good love story. I also love a good heroic story. This book has amazing characters tied into an even better plot. This is the first all female MC book I have ever read and it did not disappoint. There does need to be a trigger warning regarding sexual assault. As strong women do, Tink takes to helping human trafficking victims after going through her own traumatic experience.

Noodles comes into the picture and turns Tink’s world upside down. Or is it really the other way around? Regardless, these two are a cute duo trying to find themselves and help each other. I truly loved everything about this book and highly recommend to anyone who enjoys romantic novels.

Review by @aware

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Emily Nolden

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Victims become survivors. Pain and suffering becomes winning and strength. Read Tink to see a tragedy become a love story with hope and retribution.

I love a strong female MC who goes beyond her past to make a better future, not only for herself but for others around her.

Through this book I couldn’t stop yelling “go Tink” throughout this book and cheering her on. I kept turning the page, and saying one more chapter. Then I realize what time it is and that I should REALLY go to bed.

D.M. Earl wrote this outstanding, page turning book, that I could not put down and I cannot wait to read more in the series. I cannot believe how great the storyline is, outside of the romance. Just what Tink was doing for herself and others around her. I immediately fell in love with Tink as the character and you could not ask for a better person!

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a real page turner of a MC novel, which had me hooked from start to finish. Maggie “Tink” Rivers’ is President of the Devil’s Handmaidens MC, and along with her club she’s determined to rid the world of human traffickers. However, Tink is feeling overwhelmed between her club president duties, running her business and continuing the search for her sister who she fears is in the hands of human traffickers. Tink also feels as though something or someone is missing from her life, and then former Navy SEAL Ellington Rutledge walks into her life. Ellington is relocating to Montana for a fresh start and once he meets the fiery and beautiful president of the Devil’s Handmaidens MC, he hopes that she will be apart of that new start. As Tink and Ellington grow closer, Tink’s past comes back to haunt her, threatening to destroy them.
When Tink’s life is in danger and her club is at stake, Ellington must save both Tink and the club before it’s too late. I was gripped throughout by this storyline and I loved the main characters, especially the badass Tink. Her and Ellington definitely had chemistry which sizzled off the page and I enjoyed how their relationship developed. The descriptive narrative brought both the characters and the setting vividly to life, making me feel immersed in the story. I loved the idea of an all female MC, full of independent and strong women, as usually MC novels focus on male MC’s, which made this a unique read. The plot kept me guessing and happily turning the pages, as I could not put this book down. A great first book in a new series and I look forward to reading the next one.

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Micalah Weatherholtz

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tink by D.M. Earl is a book that covers some intense, potentially reactive subject matter like rape, abuse, stalking, and trafficking of children, and adults. This series, The Devils Handmaidens MC, focuses on a women’s motorcycle club instead of your typical male dominated motorcycle club, even though they are mentioned throughout the book, for example The Intruders, and the Grimm-Wolves, which I thought was a new, refreshing take that I haven’t read much of. I loved Tink, a fierce, sassy, independent woman, and Noodles, an ex Navy Seal, and their romance, but I think Shadow, as Tink’s best friend, really stood out throughout the book. The focus of this club was to find and break up trafficking rings, support, and rehabilitate the survivors/victims. Tink and Shadow are tortured by their own private demons that they keep hidden because of something that had happened in their pasts. When Tink meets Noodles he begins to pull her from a darkness of her own making until the past comes to call and brings all her nightmares front and center. This is a suspenseful, thrilling book, that I couldn’t put down, and I’m incredibly glad that I took a chance on. I’m looking forward to book number two and seeing who manages to thaw Shadows ‘black heart’.

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Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Candida Hopper

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a great read. Tink is the president of her all female MC and she does a lot for her club, her family, and their businesses. Tink has been through a heartbreaking trauma when she was younger and is part of the reason she spends most of her time trying to break up sex trafficking rings. This story pulled me in and got more intense as I read on. This book has some triggers for people who are sensitive to abuse and sexual assault. The characters in this story have been through so much and try to work through it and be there for each other. The author did an excellent job bringing me into the story and keeping captivated. This is a great start to this series. I can’t wait to read what’s next.

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