Desertion : Knights Rebels

  • by River Savage
  • Narrated by Joe Arden, Lidia Dornet
  • Series: Knights Rebels
  • 11 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Honor, courage, and commitment: three things that Jesse Carter has lost.
A former marine, Jesse used to stand proud of his achievements and live by the code. But when circumstance made him question everything he believed in, those most basic values didn't feel so important after all.
Sex, lies, and the Knights Rebels: three things that Jesse Carter has found.
Reborn into a brotherhood not so different from the one he left behind, Jesse finds it all too easy to block out his past and claim the role as the Rebels' fun-loving player - until he meets Bell.
Shy, awkward, and with troubles of her own, Bell Johnson is no stranger to hiding her pain. When Jesse forces himself into her life, she's at risk of her defenses crumbling. Does Bell have the strength to survive Jesse and his demons, or is she fated to become another casualty in the self-destruction of Jesse Carter?
Contains mature themes.

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My favorite MC series

I was very intrigued by Jesse when he was mentioned in the previous. There seemed to be something more to the goofy, sex crazed biker. However, I was not ready for what I learned about him when I read this story. Jesse had been suffering for so long and he hid all of that pain though sex, liquor and jokes. I think Belle was good for him, only because she was s honest and transparent. She only wanted and expected the same for him; ironically that was the one thing Jesse didn't want to do. Yes he was an ass at times, but he was a very complex and well written character. I found Belle to be a breath of fresh air, so different from the other women in the series. Naïve but cute!

I'm happy the voice actors have been the same for the entire series. They are so good a capturing the characters.
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- Danni

River does it again!

I admit I love getting lost in my books, weather it is contemporary or classics , but this series is my guilty pleasure! Only twice In my life have a set down a book to cry, reading Bronte's Jane and the second my beloved Heathcliff- but Today marks a third time! The harsh words of Jesse's struggle after his father funeral made me have to put this one down- the unrequited love he allowed Bell to feel pushing her away....it just killed me. I love River's ability to drawn you into each characters pain and joy at the same time; the way she tells a story about societal issues through tales and struggles- well, I am impressed at her skill. I can't wait to read the story of Beau and Mack next!
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- Michelle Cosmo

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-15-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio