Book Review / King of Regret / Jacie Lennon

One night can change everything.

She’s the one thing he never thought he needed, but now, he’ll do anything to keep her.

King Of Regret, Book Two in the Boys of Almadale Series by Jacie Lennon is now LIVE!


I’m one of the kings at Almadale Prep.

I’ve always lived without fear of repercussions.

To me, it’s all fun and games … until a ghost from my past makes an appearance.

But now, due to one steamy night, she might be my future.

It’s time to grow up, stop messing around, and make decisions.

I want Peyton, and I will do what it takes to keep her safe …

Even though I put her in harm’s way in the first place.

In my world, I’ve always been a king … but now, I might be brought to my knees.


One fight, one ex-boyfriend, one party, one crush.

It only takes one time.

A revenge tryst with Brock turns into two pink lines.

And now, he has the wrath of the Lions Motorcycle Club on his back.

I shouldn’t expect anything from him.

I shouldn’t put my heart on the line.

But when he tells me what I want to hear, I can’t help but believe him.

In my world, wanting a king … might be the thing that kills him.

***King of Regret is a darkish romance. It contains themes that might be uncomfortable for some readers, including violence, blood, and death.***

Yami’s Bookshelf 4 ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️/5 Review

What a great book this story turned out to be!! Jacie Lennon definitely didn’t disappoint.

This is the story of Brock, one of the Kings of Almadale, and Peyton. This book had me entertained the whole way through, but I definitely enjoyed King of Nothing soo much more.

Brock & Peyton hooked up for revenge against her ex-boyfriend, but little did they know that this would bring all the chaos that it did from that one moment in time. A couple of months later, Peyton has 2 pink lines which complicates things even more

I’m now ready to read the next book in this series and be prepared to be amazed.

I give this book 4 stars!!! ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️/5

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