Review: Sinner's Revenge (Sinner's Creed MC #2) by Kim Jones
Publication Date: July 19th, 2016
Rating: 4.5 stars
The sizzling second book featuring the Sinner’s Creed Motorcycle Club, bikers bent on riding chrome and meting out mayhem...
Shady has spent the last eight years of his life dedicated to the Sinner's Creed Motorcycle Club. But after losing the man who was both his brother and his best friend, he has a new purpose—to avenge the death of the greatest nomad in Sinner’s Creed history.
His plan is flawless. His mission is simple: seek and destroy. There is no room for distractions—especially a distraction like Diem.
She's infuriating. Demanding. Complicated. Impossible. And for some reason, Shady can’t stay away. But he only has space in his heart for one love: Sinner’s Creed. And the club always comes first. Always.
When I first started Sinner’s Revenge, I’ll admit to being a bit scared to go into it blind like I did book one. However I am glad Sinner’s Revenge took a different turn than book one because I’m not sure if I could’ve handled going through another heartbreak. With this one I feel as if Kim Jones got back to dangers of being in the MC, and I really liked learning more about Shady. Time and time again I felt so bad for him, and everything he had to go through. Shady is a character that he’s hard not to love, and as I kept reading the more I realized how awesome he really is.
Now Diem … boy she was a hard character to even like at times. At first I was like okay she’s not that bad, but the more the storyline progressed, the more my mind changed. There were so many things about her that just drove me insane, and for a while I couldn’t understand Shady’s attraction. Honestly I can’t count how many times I had to take a break because of something Diem did or said. That woman was infuriating!
But toward the end of the book a huge secret is revealed and I was like okay, now I get it. So yes there is a reason why she is the way she is, and once that big secret came out my feelings for her changed, once again. I went from hating her, to understanding what she’s going through. I also didn’t see that ending coming at all… I was totally shocked and blown away by how Kim took the story. It’s safe to say Sinner’s Revenge is totally unpredictable and I was highly invested in it even though Diem was a hard character to read about.