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”You value the things you work for a lot more than the things that are given to you.”
Torment. That is what this book was. I loved it. It was torment. There are holes in the wall of my living room from me banging my head against it a few too many times. Seriously. Torment.
Renegade Reject is the second installment of Renegade Sons MC series. This is the story of Daisy and Preach and oh, what a story it is. The story begins by providing us with Preach’s background. He leaves a horrible past and heartbreaking family situation and finds a new family with the Renegade Sons. He shows his gratitude towards the Sons with his devotion and loyalty. Being a Son is all he wants… Then he meets Daisy.
Daisy is a Son by blood. She is a daughter and granddaughter of members, but the life isn’t for her. She decided long ago that she does not want to be an old lady. She has spent her life being beaten down by her despicable mother and trying to help her pitiful drunk father. Daisy just wants to be free.
When Daisy and Preach meet, it there is an instant connection. But being together is full of complications and poor choices. Peach is numbing his demons and fighting against his past. Daisy must decide if her feelings for him are worth giving him the chance to prove himself.
Reading this was trying at times. I wanted to scream at all the bad decisions being made and the lost opportunities on every page. Like with so many situations, they could have been saved years of heartache if they had just opened their mouths and communicated. Agh! BUT, to be fair, their backgrounds were well written and it was obvious that they were fighting their own internal battles and barely had the strength to fight each other, let alone heal each other. It was realistic, but so hard to read. After reading about their lives, I just wanted them to have a pretty bow to tie it all together, but that isn’t how life in an MC works. Or anywhere, really.
“You didn’t ruin us Preach. You just caused us to have to work harder to find our happiness.”
Like with any great MC story, this one was full of details regarding the MC , its members and associates. The book was never JUST about Preach and Daisy, but covered so much more. I am completely involved in what is happening in this club. These stories are so well written that I am eagerly anticipating the next.
4 solid stars and screwdriver, (hold the orange juice!)
This ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review.