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Tattered on My Sleeve (Lost Kings MC #4) by [Lake, Autumn Jones]
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Tattered on My Sleeve (Lost Kings MC #4) Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
Book 4 of 7 in Lost Kings MC (7 Book Series)

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I loved this book, I have a bit of a soft spot for the main male and female characters.
I was totally pulled in from the beginning. Got annoyed a few times and wanted to knock a few heads together.
There are a few surprises some you see coming and some you don't.
I recommend this series to all MC fans out their.
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Never having read the last 3 Lost Kings books I had no idea what to expect with this book. I love MC stories.

Turns out I didn't need to read the last 3 books... this was wonderful.

This is Wrath and Trinity's story. It's in 3 parts. It is very long. I so wanted to bash Wrath and Trinity's heads together! Their behaviour drove me mad. I have no idea why men are so stubborn. I lived their lives with them over an 8 year period and am now a member of the LOKIs 😊.

When I read the little glossary at the beginning I was a bit daunted, I don't have the best memory and feared I'd have to keep going back and forth to find remind myself of the slang used, but it was very helpful.

It didn't seem like a lot of drama happened really, but on the other hand a couple of events had my attention.

I was loath to put the book down to deal with real life. Addictive, like reading someones diary.

I enjoyed the writing style and would definitely like to read the previous books and the up coming ones of my new family.

Definitely recommend
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My first reading of this series and this author. I’ll definitely be going back to read the ones that have come before. I mean, this is an inter connected standalone but I really wish that I had had the others before going into this. It’s no major biggie, but I really should stop reading mid series! Didn’t ruin my reading pleasure, oh no – just gave me a hankering for more.
Onto this book – there’s an overabundance of MC books on the market these days and personally I find it really hard to find a really good, gritty read so when I get a new one I know within about two chapters whether I’m going to enjoy it and continue. This was no problem what so ever. It’s multi pov, written in three parts as their story spans 8 years in this book. There’s no getting lost though, the past and present are set out quite clearly and for that I’m thankful. I hate all that flicking back and forth.
Trinity is a different kind of club girl, if you can even really call her that. I liked the way she was written and what her story was and how she ended up where she did. This girl had integrity and I think Autumn was very careful to ingrain that in her character. Wrath was quite simply something else. I think the guy went through so many conflicting emotions that it was difficult to get a read on him to begin with. I liked his character but didn’t necessarily agree with some of his actions. They absolutely took the long road in getting where they needed to be that’s for sure. This pair had train wreck written all over them.
You are most certainly getting a lot of story for your money with this book; it’s extremely thorough and a joy to read even though it’s full of angst and bad feeling. The emotional pull of these characters is really very good. I’d recommend it if you really like MC books but be warned, this one’s a little on the heavy side.
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When I got given this ARC I wasn’t aware it was part of a series so started to worry that I wouldn’t know what was going on but I’m happy to say that this can be read as a stand alone novel, and what a novel it was. If you are looking for an easygoing book that won’t take long to get through then hold off from this one until you have the time to devote your whole attention to it. You will go through so many different emotions throughout this book, some bits are a bit heavy definitely pulling on the heartstrings, but you will love every second of it.

When Trinity first met Wrath she finally thought she had found someone who she could trust with the truth about her past. A three-day romance felt like a lifetime where all she could think about was him. Three days is all it would take to fall in love and then ghosts from her past would see her world fall apart. She has a choice to make to save herself but in doing so she will lose what she really wants.

From the moment Wrath met Trinity he knew he wanted her and after spending a few days together he could see that this could be the start of something. After being called away to do a job for the Lost Kings MC he is in for quite a shock when he comes back to the clubhouse to find Trinity set up as the club mama.

From one misunderstanding, and the fact that neither of them fought hard enough in the beginning to make the other listen, their lives went very different ways. With being the club mama it is sort of expected that she will take care of all the needs of the club and its members, from cleaning, cooking to the option of servicing the members.
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It's taken me days to read this book which isn't like me at all and it's not the books fault, life kept getting in the way, I started carrying my kindle everywhere with me in case I got a few spare minutes that's how much I was into this book.
We already know Wrath and Trinity from the previous books but in this book we get their story from the first moment they met, both POV and it runs through the previous three books so we see things from their perspective, so any moments where we wondered what they were thinking or doing, now we know,
For a large portion of this book I wanted to smack Wrath upside his head, it was obvious from 'Slow Burn' that these two wanted each other but seemed determined to hurt themselves instead, we didn't know who was to blame, what they were feeling or exactly what put them in the position they're in today.
Normally club girls are kind of skanky, shallow and real bitches which is why I wouldn't want to read about one but Trinity is different, she's beautiful, kind and compassionate and carries so much baggage that it's a good job Wrath is so strong.
Wrath himself is not without luggage but can they find a way past the hurt, the upset and all the men and women that have got in their way.
I would imagine this was a difficult tale to tell, timeline aside its never easy when you need the reader to love a couple but yet they're both shown with others, this is done with men quite often and it somehow seems easier to forgive the male character because, well, he's a biker and that's what they do but we also had to forgive Trinity her threesome and that was harder, or I thought it would have been but as it turned out it wasn't I loved Trinity and I would have forgiven her just about anything.
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