My Rating 4★★★★ Killer Stars

Title: Drifter
Author: Bella Jewel
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
Type: Book 2 from MC Sinners Next Generation series
POV: First Person – Female
Publication: March 21, 2016

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“If we opened our soul for others to see, The darkest parts of us might be free.”


Drifter focus on Mercedes the daughter of Spike.  We met her on Pandemonium and I was dying to get my hands on her story after I finished the first book.  


Mercedes at twenty one years old decides to revel and get some freedom from her family form the MC club.  Her father is over protected of her and she needed her own space.  She moves to Detroit to attend college.  On Pandemonium she met a musician that intrigued her one kiss that melted her and she never thought she would see him again.  Life at collage wasn’t all what she was expecting when she finds out the musician she kissed once attended the same college and his girlfriend was a psycho freak that made her life miserable. 


Diesel was a jerk from the first time he met Mercedes.  He had made a mistake in the past that cost someone’s life; he felt miserable and responsible for it that he basically shot down to the world.  He never smile and just went along with life putting up with the bully of girlfriend he had because it worked for him.  He was the most popular boy at college and no one messed with him until Mercedes.  She came crashing his life he was so annoyed at least that’s what he made her believed.  In reality he didn’t want to hurt her but by being basically a jerk and letting his girlfriend bullied her he was hurting her.  All Diesel wanted was to play his music and didn’t want to be in the MC business as he was destined for.


“I’m dark it’s in my soul.  You’re light: I saw it the first time I met you.  You’re the kind of light that can fix my dark, but I can’t let that happen.”


Mer was not afraid though she had claws and she defended herself just find against bulling until it got so bad her roommate got hurt.  She knew that she couldn’t deal.  At this time she had managed to stalked Diesel and finally befriended him.  They definitely had a chemistry; she made him laugh and that’s something he hadn’t been able to do for a while.  




Diesel finally gives into their chemistry and finally lets Mercedes in his life.  However; Mer knew that they just couldn’t happened.  He was the son of another MC club and she was the daughter of another clubs don’t mix and she was afraid their relationship was bound to be done from the beginning.  She didn’t care though she wanted him and when he finally wanted her he find out about the club secret she was hiding and all hell breaks lose. 





This book was such a fast read; enjoyable.  I really liked it.  I wanted to love it as much as I did Pandemonium but it was missing a little more action maybe I can’t really explain.  I still enjoyed the fact that I was able to see both clubs families and kids and I loved them.  I think these two worked perfect for each other.  Mer was exactly what Diesel needed and they together were perfect.  Shit went crazy really fast when someone was trying to get both clubs to fight against each other but in the midst of all both clubs were able to work together and figure it by doing so all the generations were able to stay in touch and I loved seeing all of them together.  




ps: I hope Danny and Skye’s book is next because I couldn’t stand the tension between those two lol


The Song Diesel decicated to Mer : If everyone cared by Nickelback


Book Order Series:
Pandemonium (MC Sinners Next Generation, #1) by Bella JewelDrifter (MC Sinners Next Generation, #2) by Bella Jewel



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