Monday, July 9, 2018

Release Blitz: Knuckle Down (Cursed Ravens MC #2) by Chantal Fernando (Review)

Release Blitz: Knuckle Down (Cursed Ravens MC #2) by Chantal Fernando (Review)

Title: Knuckle Down
Series: The Cursed Ravens MC #2
Author: Chantal Fernando
Publisher: Pocket Star
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: July 9, 2018


A single father struggles to change for his daughters and the woman he loves in this second book in the Cursed Ravens Motorcycle Club series from New York Times bestselling author Chantal Fernando.

As a single father of two girls and the sergeant at arms for the Cursed Ravens Motorcycle Club, Jack “Knuckles” Chester doesn’t have much free time. And having earned his road name from his reputation as a fighter, Knuckles isn’t one to back away from a challenge.

But what he'll never admit out loud is that his two daughters have changed him irrevocably, softened him even. And these two girls are the only women who will ever hold his heart forever. That is, until he meets the cousin of another biker’s old lady.

Celina is nothing like the women Knuckles used to date. She’s a journalist for the local newspaper, dresses well, and basically just has her life together. And the last thing she wants is to be involved with a Cursed Raven. But when the ripped, badass biker worms his way into her heart, she has trouble remembering all the reasons they would never work.

But when a scandal at her newspaper breaks the thin trust she has with Knuckles, will she walk away for good? Or will Knuckles fight to keep Celina in his life?

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4 Stars!

This is Book 2 in Chantal Fernando's Cursed Ravens MC series and I have to say I enjoyed this one so much more than the first.

When Journalist Celina goes to the Cursed Ravens MC Clubhouse to attend the birthday party of her cousin Erin, she hopes she will be able to get the scoop of the somewhat secretive Motorcycle Club. What she doesn’t expect is to meet a man who happens to tick all her boxes. The last thing she needs is a man that obviously has women throwing themselves at him on a daily basis trying to get into her pants. But Knuckles is persistent when he wants something and what he wants is a chance to prove he’s the man for Celina. Soon Knuckles manages to get past her walls and Celina quickly realizes Knuckles isn’t the type of man she assumed he would be.

Knuckles is the Cursed Ravens' Sergeant at Arms. He is a blend of Rough Alpha and sweet and caring. He’s a single father of two wonderful little girls, who surprises people when he knows all the lyrics to the latest Taylor Swift song. I loved him from book 1 and couldn’t wait for his story. He definitely made me love him even more. I adore the idea of the big, tough scary biker who’s covered in tats that turns out to be super sweet and romantic.

I liked Celina a lot too and I thought they were great together. It took a bit for her to grow on me just because she was kind of standoffish at first but I actually liked that she made Knuckles work for it a bit without being a brat. They had excellent chemistry and in the end, even though they were so different it was obvious they were a great match.

I loved the secondary characters, too and I can’t wait for Rogue's story. He’s definitely one I want to find out more about. I have so many thoughts going through my head about him I can’t wait to see what happens.

Overall, I really liked this book and would definitely recommend it.

***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by the author/publisher for my reading pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.***

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Author Bio

New York Times, Amazon & USA Today Bestselling Author Chantal Fernando is thirty-one years old and lives in Western Australia.

Lover of all things romance, Chantal is the author of the best selling books Dragon's Lair, Maybe This Time and many more.

When not reading, writing or daydreaming she can be found enjoying life with her three sons and family.

Chantal loves to hear from readers.

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