Review: Hell on Wheels(Kings of Mayhem,#4) by Penny Dee

Title: Kings of Mayhem
Series: Kings of Mayhem
Source: Author provided for review via Give Me Books(gifted)
Release Date:  January 28th 2019

I left here a man but came back a beast


A shoulder-fired missile broke my body.

But betrayal obliterated my heart.

For months I lingered in and out of hell until my body healed.

Now I’m back in town with my club brothers. But I am still fighting a war of darkness in my head and I can’t see a way out.

Then she comes to town like a summer breeze and makes me feel things I didn’t know existed.

She has the voice of an angel and the body of a goddess.

But she is running from her own demons. From the Devil himself.

He’s coming to town.

But I’ve walked through hell and survived, and I’ll walk through it again to protect her.


I’ve spent years running from my past.

Town to town.

State to state.

Never putting down roots.

I wish I could but I can’t. Because I am running from the Devil and if he finds me, he will drag me down to hell again.

Then I meet a beautiful, scarred beast of man who makes me feel something for the first time in my life.


He makes me want to stay but it’s impossible.

Because the Devil is coming and when he arrives I won’t stand a chance.

Hell on Wheels is book four in the Kings of Mayhem MC series

The fourth instalment introduces us finally to Chance , the oldest son of the Calley and the most mysterious of the lot. He is reckless and waiting to explode haunted by his squad death. He is the perfect Sergeant at Arms and no one wants to mess  him knowing that he has scars everywhere.

Until Cassidy enters the picture and makes forget his pain and gives him hope. Something he has long forgotten about. A chance to love again and find happiness something that is desperately missing in his life.

But the road to self discovering isn’t easy. Like many other women in this series, Cassidy has a past and her past isn’t pretty. She doesn’t feel that she capable of being loved  by a biker. She doesn’t trust  until Chance proves that he isn’t just a MC member.

There is a wonderful man  hiding behind the scars and pain. He just needs the perfect women to open up and let him fall from his pedestal and feel something.  This was the perfect way to end the stories of men of the Calley family.  Chance was the enigma and his story was probably the most raw and confronting with emotions.

We had plenty of grit and dangerous moments. But we never feel connection to emotions until now. Cassidy and Chance both were torn over different things and need each other to discover what life could be really. It’s hard road to this discovery but the end is what made this journey worth it.

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