- File Size: 2294 KB
- Print Length: 234 pages
- Publisher: Carina Press (May 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 1, 2017
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUG1G4V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #287,313 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rebel Custody (The Demon Horde Motorcycle Club Series) Kindle Edition
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I found myself captivated by her take on the genre. Sarah is able to transport you to an action pack atmosphere, keeping you on your toes the whole time. Her characters continued to grow right before your eyes and don't get me started on the chemistry between the main characters. WOW!!!
Rebel Custody follows the lives of Miriam and Jean Luc. Jean Luc grew up not knowing what the hell he wanted in life. But joining the army couldn't hurt. It gave him time to figure it out, to change his life and Jean Luc never looked back.
That is until his past comes back years later. Finding your place can be the best thing in your life, or it can make your life the hardest it's ever been. But finding your place can be hell if you are missing the people you need in it. And for Jean Luc he has them. Or at least he thought he did. His life doesn't truly begin until a kid in harms way needs his help. His kid.
A kid he never knew existed. And a life he never saw coming.
Miriam knew her life. It wasn't thrilling. Nothing exciting happened for her. She went to work. Stayed up all night looking at files. Going home to an apartment she shared with her roommate. Everything was boring. Nothing was exciting. Not even her relationship with her boyfriend. She always did what she needed to do. Working for her father's practice, she never thought to do what she wanted. Want more for herself. Never thought for herself.
That is until Jean Luc.
Helping him get his kid back, isn't the only thing Miriam finds herself fighting for.
Miriam never knew a fight for the one you love would take her to the edge of insanity. But Miriam is willing to risk her job, along with her life to see Jean Luc get his son. But will it be enough?
4 stars for Sarah Hawthorne's newest release, Rebel Custody.
I love MC romances. The roughness mixed with the gentleness, the hardness with the softness. The alpha males, strong females, gritty backdrops, raw dialogue. So many reasons.
The lawyer/client angle was new for me. It added a new level to the conflict. Good girl with biker/lawyer with client. So many possibilities.
Jean Luc aka Skeeter handled the fatherhood news pretty well, especially considering his association with the brotherhood. His reaction did show his loyalty, and I was anxious for him to began the task of taking care of his son. Hawthorne kept it real by giving Skeeter insecurities, and that made it that much better. He wasn’t a pillar of society by any means, but he wasn’t a bad person either. Sounds strange, I know, but trust me. You’ll like him.
Miri was looking for something. She had been for a while, she just didn’t know what until she met Skeeter. I almost fell in the floor when they met. It was hilarious. I hadn’t expected it at all, and I love some surprises.
I want to go out for girls’ night with Miri’s mom. She was something else. I liked her carefree, yet caring attitude and protectiveness over Miri. Her dad’s reaction wasn’t off the mark of what I expected, but he did surprise me as well.
I must admit, I did raise a brow on one of the twists. I’m still not sure how I feel about it. I didn’t hate it, but I did question it’s purpose. In regards to another part of the story, I have a thing about misunderstandings that can be resolved simply by one character listening. I was glad it took a turn with the whole car thing in order to get rid of the cliché. It was a tad much, but acceptable. I didn’t quite understand why Skeeter played hard-to-get in one part. It’s like that was written simply to add pages to the story. I didn’t get it.
Nonetheless, it was a pretty good story.
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