Review: Castle of Kings by Betty Shreffler
Publication Date: December 1st, 2017
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Official Blurb: Jake F*cking Castle
When he walks into a room, he owns it. He consumes my very breath and melts my delicate little panties. From the moment he set eyes on me, he decided I was his. No one – not even my brother, Nix – was going to tell him otherwise. It doesn’t matter that Nix is President of the Kings MC Club. Jake wants what he wants, and he’ll set out to get it, whatever the cost.
Jake may be an arrogant asshole, but there’s no denying the hold he has over me. His fierce, carnal need to make me his, and his alone, is a snare I can’t escape. And truth be told, I don’t want to.
But when my life becomes threatened, Jake Castle is the only man my brother trusts to protect me. He knows Jake will do anything to keep me safe.
Review: This is my first book by Ms. Shreffler, and I really enjoyed it.
Liz is back in town after being away for college. Her first day back in the club and she meets Jake. Liz’s brother, Nix, warns her away from Jake, and right away she realizes she doesn’t want to be another notch in his bed post. For some reason, Liz is different for Jake, and he can’t stay away. Can Liz resist Jake or is she in way over her head?
I did love several things about this book. The chemistry between Liz and Jake is off the charts. And I adored Nix. Honestly, I hope Nix gets his own book because I would love to read all about him. I loved how Liz didn’t just fall to her knees around Jake, and she made him work for it. Now, Jake did test my limits a few times, but overall, he finally won my heart. I’m ready for the next book.