Thursday, November 3, 2022

Book Release Blitz for Tink by D.M. Earl (REVIEW)……

 It’s time for a new MC to take Center Stage in this suspenseful and emotionally intense tale.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Tink by D.M. Earl, along with my impressions of it, then add this first installment in the Devil’s Handmaiden’s MC series to your bookshelf!

President of the Devil's Handmaidens, Maggie "Tink" Rivers' is hellbent on ridding the world of human trafficking.  Between her duties as president of her club and her duties in business, she's in over her head, feeling empty and overwhelmed.  But when she meets a former Navy SEAL, everything changes.

Relocating to Montana is Ellington Rutledge's fresh start.  And the beautiful and fiery president of the female motorcycle club is just the new beginning he's been looking for.  As Tink and Ellington grow closer, her past comes back to destroy them.  With Tink's life on the line and the club at stake, can Ellington save Tink and the club before it's too late?



After a slew of male-centric MC stories, it's about time the ladies get to show what they're made of!  This series-starter introduces readers to the members of the Devil’s Handmaiden’s MC, a group of strong and confident women who've had difficult lives in the past and lived to tell about it. They've made it their mission to save other women from the same pain and danger and I was excited to be along for the ride!

Maggie "Tink" is the President of this MC Club and is a strong-willed, determined woman who's surrounded herself with a plethora of equally formidable women.  She's starting to feel a bit lost though, like she's at a crossroads...and that's when fate intervenes by bringing Noodles into her life.  The chemistry between these two is crackling from the moment they meet and from there it's a slow and steady building of their romance.  Unfortunately, danger is coming for her, for reasons that not even all those in her Club know about as it revolves around her past.  When the Club's businesses start being sabotaged it's clear there's someone seeking to harm them, and even worse is that someone in the Club is helping them.  Things quickly take a suspenseful turn when her life, and the Club's future, are put on the line.

Ellington "Noodles" is the brother of one of the Devil's Handmaidens and a former Navy SEAL, unceremoniously washed out of the SEALs.  Since then he's just been drifting, feeling uncertain about who and what he is.  But when given the opportunity to help start a sanctuary, he jumps at it.  Meeting Tink also breathes new life into him, reawakens his protective instincts, and it made for a sweet and sensual bonding amidst heavy issues dealt with by the author.  Noodles is a good hero, one who was caring and willing to do whatever necessary to keep Tink safe.  He never diminished her strength or competence...and for that I was truly grateful.

From start to finish this was a fast-paced story with a compelling storyline. A lot of characters were introduced with this series-starter, a tough group of women who hide their personal pain behind scars seen and unseen.  Many of these characters have me intrigued to learn more about them, particularly Zoey and Hannah.  The heavy issues depicted in this story were heartbreaking at times, but were handled in a respectful way while being nicely balanced with the romance brewing between Tink and Noodles.  An overall well-crafted series-starter that promises lots of compelling tales still to tell!

My rating for this is an A.

*I got this book from the author for review in exchange for my honest opinion.


D.M. Earl is a U.S.A. Today Bestselling Author who spins stories about real life situations with characters that are authentic, genuine, and sincere. Each of her stories allow the characters to come to life with each turn of the page while they try to find their HEA through much drama and angst. D.M. finds ideas for her next story from within those around her and what she experiences in daily life. Each book has a part of her left behind in it. She lives in Northwest Indiana married to her best friend who was instrumental in the start of her writing career in 2014. When not writing D.M. loves to read, play with her seven fur-babies (yeah crazy) and ride her Harley Dyna Lowrider.
“Enjoy this Ride we call Life.” Remember we only get one chance.

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