Jesse Carter was once a Marine who served in the Middle East. Unfortunately, he has seen and witnessed things that still haunt him today. In addition to those demons, his father was abusive while Jesse was growing up. Jesse finds support and comfort in what is now his family at the Knightâs Rebels. Belle is a nurse at a local hospital and has meet Jesse previously. She thinks he is hot but way out of her league. Belle asks Jesse and the Knightâs Rebels to help find her sister that has been missing for several years. Eventually, Belle and Jessie end-up together but with both their personal issues, the relationship is strained. Jesse father ends up of dying and he embarrasses Belle to death in front of all their friends. After Jesse finally starts to get himself straightened-up, he knows that he loves Belle and that she is the only woman for him and sets out to win her back.
I have read all the Knightâs Rebels novel and this is probably my least favorite. Jesseâs character truly was a jerk sometimes. I liked the book but I thought it was missing some of the action or suspense that have happened in the previous books. This characterâs conflict was more internal than external as in the previous novels. I really liked Belle. She really had a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone. I also liked that the other ladies married/in relationships with the other Knightâs Rebels men were there for Belle and continued to support and be her friend even when she and Jesse were not together.