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A single father struggles to change for his daughters and the woman he loves in this second audiobook in the Cursed Ravens Motorcycle Club series from New York Times best-selling author Chantal Fernando. 

As a single father of two girls and the sergeant at arms for the Cursed Ravens Motorcycle Club, Jack “Knuckles” Chester doesn’t have much free time. And having earned his road name from his reputation as a fighter, Knuckles isn’t one to back away from a challenge. But what he'll never admit out loud is that his two daughters have changed him irrevocably, softened him even. And these two girls are the only women who will ever hold his heart forever. 

That is, until he meets Celina. Celina is nothing like the women Knuckles used to date. She’s a journalist for the local newspaper and basically just has her life together. The last thing she wants is to be involved with a Cursed Raven. But when the ripped, badass biker worms his way into her heart, she has trouble remembering all the reasons they would never work. 

When a shocking story is published in her newspaper, it breaks the thin trust she has with Knuckles. Will she lose him forever? Or will Knuckles fight to keep Celina in his life?

©2018 Chantal Fernando (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • April Gibbons
  • 03-12-18

Narrator was a flop

second book in this series and the narrator was just as bad as the first book. I struggled to finish this book. The story itself was boring and the narrative just made it worse. I was disappointed in this book.

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  • Dominique bast
  • 14-07-18

bikers

really great read joe arden is amazing narrator . i hope the mc life style doesn't turn out like a new sweet love story . it keeps the mc style in doesnt turn into A love feast.

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  • Vicky
  • 13-07-18

Just a medium

First, if you've read/listened to the Wind Dragon series, you'll be disappointed here. Second, Joe Arden is the last chapter, which is too bad. He is one of my favorites. The female narrator does not change her tone/inflection between characters or character thoughts. It's had to tell who is talking or if they are simply thinking. The story is fine. A better read than a listen. Don't spend the money or the credit on this one. Wait to see if goes to the romance package.

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  • Stephanie Marshall
  • 03-10-20

Narrators

Joe needs to be in the book more. Erica has a great voice. But needs to learn how to change her voice each character she portrays.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-07-20

Could have been better

Would have been better if Joe Arden would have narrated all by himself. Erica Davis is the worst narrator I have ever listened to. I listened to it all but it was a struggle. I couldn't hardly tell who was who that was speaking,because her voice never changed whether it was a woman or man. Erica Davis is truly a horrible narrator.

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  • AlexAB
  • 13-06-20

My fav in the series

*****Some spoilers below***** Narration surpassed the first book and I was glad for that. Unlike some reviewers I enjoyed the narrator. Heroine was badass. beautiful. a bit insecure and handled her issues maturely. It certainly wasnt insta love for her. I'm glad she didnt take the hero's alphaman shit. Hero was a superb father and knew exactly what he wanted. I loved that he apologized for his shortcomings and handled it well. Didnt get fazed by the heroine's rejections. His cheating ex wife was a bitch. When the baby was stolen at the end, I almost cried. But the HEA came through and all was right in my world again. Looking forward to Rogue's story

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  • Alicia Marquez
  • 08-06-20

Knuckles!

I think I liked this better than the first book in the series. Love Knuckles

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  • CristinasAudiobookObsession
  • 23-04-20

Annoyed

I’ve been listening to this author because of recommendations in a group in Facebook. The Wind Dragon series I couldn’t Er through because the narrator was awful and it was 1st person and one POV. I then tried this series because apparently I’m a glutton for punishment. The 1st book was good and the narrator was better but again it was only 1 POV which in my experience a book really has to be well written to pull off a 1st person and 1 POV. I didn’t have anything else in my library and really felt like listening to an MC Romance but the heroine in that book was SUPER annoying and childish as hell. Why then did you listen to yet another book by this author? You might ask... well the answer is I saw this one had 2 narrators and I was really hoping for a dual POV. And yet again I was let down by this author. And by the time I realized that it was basically another 1 person POV and that it was going to be all in the heroines POV I was too invested (time wise) to quit. At least she was mature and not an annoying character but I don’t typically like the female only POV if an MC Romance has to be in 1 POV I prefer the Males. Well let me tell you in this misleading book his POV only comes in at the very end and he gets about a paragraph or 2😒. The books aren’t bad but not worth a credit. Thankfully they are part of the Escape package otherwise I would have returned the books. #CristinasAudiobookObessions

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  • Romance junkie
  • 28-03-20

Second Book of Cursed Ravens

Selina is invited to Erin’s birthday party at the Cursed Ravens...Erin is the heroine from the first book who at 21 found out her biological father was president of MC Cursed Ravens...and has a birthday party Selina is invited to (she’s a journalist) Knuckles is an enforcer of the MC and buds with Erin...and a single father of two girls and falling for Selina. Two people with trust issues...and a number of road blocks in their way. A sweet story..romance, hot scenes and it helps move us forward towards the next book. I like these series just because there aren’t constant scenes with the H messing around with a lot of women...he has, but you just hear about it and don’t get the blow by blow, which helps me like him Most of the book was narrated by Davis, so if your looking for Arden...you’ll get little..too bad, but the book is really Selina’s

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  • LexiMuse
  • 14-02-20

Worst narration ever and story bland

The only part of this book that sounded decent was the Epilogue narrated by Joe Arden. The entire rest of this story was one long monotone lack of performance by Erica Davis- all in one full voice. Not sure why this author has such a problem with narrators, but this one was the worse. The story was OK but not particularly exciting until towards the end. Limited drama was ok.