Princess Emma Reviews: Drifter by Bella Jewel

Princess Emma Reviews: Drifter by Bella JewelDrifter (MC Sinners Next Generation, #2) by Bella Jewel
on January 1st 1970
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4 Stars

It's here! The second installment in the USA Today bestselling series, MC Sinners Next Gen. This book can be read as a standalone.
They say opposites attract. In my world that isn’t a good thing. I did everything I could to escape the grips of motorcycle club I grew up in when I turned twenty-one. It wasn’t about fear, or betrayal, or even lack of love. I just needed my own life. I had to know how it felt to stand on my own two feet without their protection. Then I met Diesel. Mysterious, dark, with eyes that screamed to be understood. From the second I met him, I knew I needed to be in his life. There’s just one problem – he’s a member of a different motorcycle club. Two things that should never be combined. Yet I can’t stay away. No matter how hard he pushes. I can see beyond his mask. I need to know who he is and I’ll overcome any obstacle to be in his life. A friendship is born, followed by an epic love. Our relationship is forbidden. But I’ll do anything to be in his life. Anything.
This book contains mature themes.
Editor: Lauren McKellar

Series: MC Sinner's Next Generation #2
Also in this series: Pandemonium (MC Sinners Next Generation, #1)
Also by this author: Pandemonium (MC Sinners Next Generation, #1), Pandemonium (MC Sinners Next Generation, #1)

4.25 Crowns

Book 2 in the MC Sinners Next Generation series. This is a spin-off series from Bella Jewel’s original MC Sinners series, but you do not need to have read that series or indeed book 1 in this one to enjoy this read. I however recommend that you do to get more background on the characters and the environment they live in.

Mercedes has grown up never knowing anything other than the Motorcycle Club that she has grown up in. Her father Spike has been your typical overbearing father and the rest of the club’s bikers aren’t much better. Determined to strike it out alone she decides to go to college in Denver and gain the independence that she craves. Surprisingly she crosses paths with a guy that is as arrogant as he is hot, a guy that stole her first kiss many months before. He is moody and clearly want nothing to do with her, but Mercedes being who she is forces a friendship with him. Everything should work out just fine… Until she realises that Diesel isn’t just anyone. Diesel is everything that she shouldn’t want. He is a member of another Motorcycle Club.

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Okay, so it took me a while to start this book because in all honesty I wasn’t overly impressed with its predecessor Pandemonium. It just didn’t meet the expectations I had from this author. I am however happy to say though that this one did. Not only did we get Mercedes from the Hell’s Knights MC but we also get Diesel from the Joker’s Wrath MC. Oh yes, two of my favourite MC series’ butt heads. Well I say butt heads, Drifter is less of a MC read than you would expect, but that isn’t a bad thing in my opinion. Yes the backdrop is there and of course you have some involvement from both clubs, but primarily this is a college romance. To be honest that was my favourite part. Not all biker kids become biker’s. Some will surely branch out and make lives for themselves, and both Mercedes and Diesel are trying to do just that.

Mercedes is very much a glass half full type of chick. She wants to be friends with everyone, but she is also a biker’s daughter, so don’t cross her as she won’t take shit. Diesel on the flip side is a typical moody musician. Son of Mack and heir apparent to the Joker’s Wrath, the future as club president feels like a noose around his neck.


I am so pleased that I enjoyed this book. I thought it was the perfect balance between an MC and college romance, re-introducing old friends I have met along the way as well. For fans of both series it is a must read. And having perfectly set up the next book 3, Manacle, I look forward to what instore for the next Hell Knight’s kids.


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