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Hold has been in love with Hel’s his whole life almost to the point of obsession. His love for her consumed him but for Hel’s she didn’t feel the same. She loved Hold but not in the same way and she HATED the mc life. It was Hold’s sacrifice and love for her that got her out.
Shyla comes to town to live with her Aunt Diamond. Shy actually comes from the mc life as her father was a biker. In this respect she was perfect for Hold. He needed someone that understood the life and wanted the life, unlike Hel’s who would have rather died than stayed in it any longer. Upon arriving in town she meets Mikey (Hold’s bff) and they form a friendship. She is attracted to Mikey but when she meets Hold it’s over for her. He is basically her lightning strike. I really didn’t care for the little love triangle here. Hold and Mikey didn’t need any other problems with their relationship. They were already at odds with what happened with Hel’s and all the mc problems. I just felt it wasn’t necessary. I would have liked more with Shy and Hold forming a connection instead of the confusion with Mikey. In the end I felt a little disconnected with them as a couple. I think I needed to see more of Hold letting go of Hel’s and more of him embracing and loving Shy.
I did love the explanation on Ward’s vendetta against Hel’s. I am kind of bummed with what happened to Ward in the end. I think he deserved a lot more payback he was an evil prick.
I don’t know if we are getting more books in this series but I would like something for Mikey. I think he deserves a great girl and I would like to see where he went and how he is living.
If you read book 1 and liked Holden, I do recommend reading this one though!
I’m not going to lie, I was nervous about getting Hold’s book. I wasn’t his biggest fan in Beautiful Ink. I liked him, but a lot of what he did just didn’t sit well with me. In Hell’s Ink though, we get to see what is going on inside his head and he really won me over. Hold has really grown up and he has decided what he wants and nothing is going to stop him from getting it. I loved that determination and I loved watching him grow up.
Then we have Shayla and I liked this girl a lot. She hasn’t had it easy, but she doesn’t let that stop her. I loved her quiet strength and I loved that she accepted Hold for who he is, no reservations. The only character I really struggled with was Mikey and I felt so bad about it. I mean, he is a good guy and he deserves to find happiness, but he got on my nerves at times. I like him but he drove me bonkers a bit. I also really loved getting a little bit more Luke and Hels again. Love those two.
My favorite thing about Hell’s Ink though was all of the MC drama and politics. There was so much going on and it was so hard to know who to trust. I loved watching the drama unfold. For me, this was the main focus of the story, and it surprised me that this was my favorite aspect. We all know I love my romance, but with this I found myself more invested in the other stuff. Don’t get me wrong, I liked the romance, but I loved the politics and drama even more. I found myself racing through the romance to get to the MC stuff. It surprised me and I loved that.
Nicole once again delivered a really enjoyable story. Hell’s Ink was gritty and dark, but there was some light in the dark and I really liked that. This is a series you don’t want to miss.