Review: Hushed Torment by Bella Jewel

Hushed Torment (Iron Fury MC, #2)

Hushed Torment (Iron Fury MC #2) by Bella Jewel

Release Date: 20/11/17

One accident changed my life.
One single second changed everything for me.
In one terrifying moment, everything I knew was gone.
Music is the only thing that keeps me holding on.
When the opportunity arises for me to tour with country music star, Scarlett Belle, I take it.
An escape.
A chance.
Only it isn’t enough to lift the shadows of my past.
And when I meet him, dangerous and different, I can’t turn away.
He is forbidden to me.
The President of a Motorcycle Club.
A man who could bring noise back into my soundless world.
But the shadows of my past haunt me.
They linger like a dark nightmare, reminding me that we can never be.
Because my sins are far too heavy.
And my mind far too broken.
Music is the only escape I can allow into my life.
The only one that I will let seep through my hungry veins.
But he’s always there.
And he’s persistent.
But if he knew what I kept behind closed doors…no.
I must continue my life just the way it is.
Without him.
Breathing in my nightmare.
Living in my Hushed Torment.


4 Broken Stars on Goodreads

A good follow-on to book 2 in the series, it starts right at the end of the first book which had a bit of a cliffhanger ending. Do I think you should read the first book before you read this one…. No! The auther goes into great detail about what happens in the first book. But I’m a fan of reading a series in order.

Malakai is the president of the Iron Fury MC and although I liked him, in my eyes he wasn’t really believable as a president. I liked Amalie, she was told very well my the author.

“There is something about her, something so fucking perfectly broken, and yet so perfectly pure.” 

Do I think these two work well together? Yeah, I do, but as much as I liked them together and I did enjoy this book, at times I was annoyed by them. Amalie didn’t stand up for herself as much as I would have liked. I love a good strong leading lady and Amalie wasn’t really this to me.

I think if you are a fan of this author or of MC books in general, especially the suspense angle will enjoy this book.

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  1. I totally agree with you 🙈 Amalie needed to be a little stronger and stand up for herself. I think Malakai didn’t feel like the prez because he was to busy in his head flawning over Amalie instead of doing more club stuff 🤷🤷

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