🌹Best Reads of 2020! (Day 30) Best Underrated Series: Satan’s Knights Prospect Trilogy by Janine Infante Bosco!🌹


Hey y’all… Day 28!😜

I’m linking up with my blogger buddy, Sophie @Beware of the Reader to bring you another round of my BEST READS OF 2020! I’ve done this before and its so much fun! Go check out her blog if you get a chance, she’s fabulous!

OH! And just FYI: these are books that I read THIS year though they may have been PUBLISHED before 2020!

*From Sophie’s blog:

Hi friends,

If you follow me for some years you know that at the end of each year , in December, I give you my best reads of the year.

Daily posts looking back into 2020 and gushing about my favorites.

Well this is happening again!

It’s been launched on Instagram already with other bloggers cohosting with me, some of whom are on WordPress like @sophiesreadingcorner others not like @pavlinamich ; @eliz_white and @utcabookblog .

I will post on Instagram, the blog and facebook.

If you too want to show your favorites this year, I’d be very happy to see you join us.

We’ll used #bestreadsof2020 as hashtag on social media (I confess that I will follow on Instagram with an eagle eye LOL).

Here below are the topics.



And the award for the Best Underrated Book Series goes to…


Satan’s Knights Prospect Trilogy by Janine Infante Bosco


Walking The Line (Satan's Knights Prospect Trilogy Book 3)Walking The Line by Janine Infante Bosco
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Walking the Line is Book 3 in the Satan’s Knights Prospect trilogy. It can be read as a standalone despite the recurring characters however, you’ll get more out of reading the entire trilogy!

Nico is a Prospect for the motorcycle club and the oldest son of the president, Wolf. He has two younger brothers who he’d do anything for, die even. But the one thing he didn’t count on was falling for his teenage brother’s pregnant girlfriend, Carina (Carrie). His strength of character will be tested…can he survive the guilt?

First, let me explain that this story falls into one of those grey areas. Technically I suppose it’s a love triangle but even though heavy feelings are involved all around, there’s really no cheating which I appreciated because that’s a touchy subject for me. But as with all of Ms. Bosco’s books, I fell completely and totally in love with Nico and Carrie! Honestly, it was an uphill battle for Nico. When I caught a glimpse of him in the earlier books, I really didn’t like him all that much! He seemed like a spoiled, entitled jerk. But then I got to know him and my poor heart swooned! Seriously, Nico was the most imperfect yet perfect anti-hero! I watched his character grow and evolve into this amazing person and I can’t even tell you how much I admired his tenacity. As for Carrie, well she was definitely a strong young woman, standing up against her father in defense of her baby (but Nico still rocked my world!).

I was so happy to be back in the land of the Satan’s Knights and getting a glimpse of some previous characters. But I’ll warn you that this story was an epic tragedy and at one point, I actually had to put my kindle down to compose myself! How awesome is it that an author can draw that kind of emotion from its readers?!

Overall, this one turned out to be a new favorite and I’m placing it on my READ AGAIN E-SHELF! Told from dual POVs with a sweet ending. I voluntarily read and reviewed this Book.

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Maybe bikers aren’t the “in” thing anymore, I don’t know…all I know is that I FLOVE all of the biker books that JIB puts out! Have a marvelous day y’all!💜







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