Review: Knox’s Stand (The Last Riders #3) by Jamie Begley


Knox, a former Navy Seal, has been in several dangerous situations, but nothing compares to dealing with Diamond Richards. Framed for murder, he needs the passionless lawyer to prove his innocence. But when he no longer needs her help, he’s going to show her the passion she’s capable of and walk away a free man.

Diamond plans on earning her huge fee to prove Knox is innocent, but she had no idea the muscled biker could bring out the passion she kept hidden behind her designer clothes. Trying to find a murderer is easier than dealing with The Last Riders and Knox’s sexcapades. He’s going to find out there is one woman worth standing and fighting for, despite his desire for freedom.

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My Review

This was another quick fun read about a member of The Last Riders MC. (I am in a reading ZONE right now so maybe it was just quick for me.)

I enjoyed reading about Knox. I love that all of the bikers in this series have a past that most people don’t expect from bikers. They think that all bikers are just criminals and always were. That isn’t so with this MC and that is cool.

It also helps that Knox has a *ahem* piercing. *huge overly dramatic wink*

Diamond assumes all bikers are like her dad because of something she saw when she was just a kid. Amazing how something that we in no way could understand as a kid can affect us so much as adults…

Something happened to Knox that is is extremely tight lipped about. Dang men!

I still like you, though, Knox so I accept that.

Here is a chat I did on book 1 in the series with my book bestie. Don’t read it if you don’t like spoilers. You have been warned.

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