Book Review: Tattered on My Sleeve (Lost Kings MC #4) by Autumn Jones Lake



Trinity Hurst.

That girl fucking owned me the minute I laid eyes on her. At twenty-one years old she already had a cold, calculating wall around her. Porn star hair, angel eyes, beautiful cock-sucking lips. All of it smoothed into an innocent looking package. Well, to anyone else she might appear pure and innocent. Not me.

She didn’t act like any other biker chick I’d ever met. Most of them kept their mouths shut and their legs open. She didn’t take shit from anyone, and made a guy work for every little smile she tossed his way. A unique talent that drove me fucking nuts. The walls she built up around herself were designed to keep guys like me away. Underneath her tough girl exterior lay something sweet and vulnerable that I very much wanted to explore.

I had her first.

I fell in love with her.

Then it all went to hell.


His name should have been lust.

Pure, soul-shattering lust was the deadly sin I felt when I looked up—way up—into his ocean blue eyes.

I should despise bikers. I should most definitely steer clear of this one, with his thick, muscled arms, and low sensual voice.

My normally impeccable self-preservation instinct vanished the minute he walked in the door.

Like everything else in my life, I fucked it up.

And he’s never going to forgive me.



At the risk of sounding like a broken records I have to say I LOVED THIS BOOK! I know I know, for someone who claims to be a picky bitch when it comes to reviewing, I say that about all of Autumn’s Books, but what can I say? She’s a phenomenal author. EVERY book shows amazing forethought, and fantastic character development. Her characters are so real, and her writing is so well done, it’s like watching a movie in my head instead of a reading a book. All the hints of the emotional angst in the relationship between Wrath and Trinity in previous books really made this a book to look forward to. Unlike some long anticipated books this one DIDN’T fall flat. It kept you engaged from page one to the end. I loved seeing the development of the initial relationship between the two and then the renewing/ reinventing of their relationship as the book progressed. I also loved that she added more depth and a better understanding of the previous books as parts this book takes place along side those. Trinity is my new hero. Her personal story had me literally in tears a few times. Wrath, I wanted to kick in the shins. I’ll say there were a few times I put down my e-reader in frustration, or because the words were a little blurry. The fact that they elicited such a physical response makes it MY very definition of great book. I proudly give this book 5 stars. While it can be read as a stand alone I highly recommend that you read her other books first. It will make this one so much better.


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