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Pros--I loved the characters. H was had the whole "good guy in a bad guy position" going on. h was a strong female lead, and could keep up with the boys. I liked the H's possessive attitude, felt the couple's chemistry, and liked them together. Intimate scenes were well done--not over-the-top cheesy, but nicely spicy with lots of "dirty talk". I liked the author's writing style (I have read from her before, and I enjoy her style as a whole). Good secondary characters and lots of action.
Cons--I felt H was a little "too" nice. This is supposed to be a group of "one percenters". I think I would have preferred them to be just a group of tough bikers instead of giving them that title. I'm not an expert on mc etiquette, but it seemed to be contradictory to a lot of their actions. h seemed a little too "hot and cold" for me. She kept trying to leave town on second, then was all over the H another--like in the same paragraph. It kind of gave me whiplash. I did like the writing style, but some of the things that were going on were concluded "behind closed doors" and discussed later. An example of this is the conclusion of the pool hall scene. Lastly, I usually do base my review on spelling and grammar since I am not an expert in these. However, there were a lot of bad guys in this story, and the author mixed up two of them--She put that Axle crashed the birthday party, when it was Leo. I thought this was confusing, and had to go back to check.
But in the end, I did enjoy the story. I probably seem a little picky here, but these are the reasons I couldn't get myself to "love" the story--it kind of made the story not sit right. There is a nice setup for the characters in next book, which I most likely will be reading.
Thoughts: It has been some time since I read Rough Justice. As I am trying to catch up on my reviews from my long blog hiatus I realized I did a meme for Rough Justice but never did my review. While I am always looking for a new Biker Romance to win me over I still think about Rough Justice. It has everything I love in my biker reads. Gritty feel when needed and not over the top with eye rolling shocker moments. MC drama with action. Alpha Male hero that is protective but also can be gentle when needed. Brotherhood feel and fun banter with the club members.
Jagger was such an interesting character. He is calm, in control of everything and everyone around him. Loved that he does not disrespect woman. He is one to use his brains before his fist in certain situations. But make no mistakes because someone pushes him too far he has no problems giving a good butt whipping. Jagger made my book boyfriend list and fell hard for his character. When he loves he loves hard.
Arianne I loved her character and she was perfect for Jagger. She knows the biker life but her life was so different from how Sinner's Tribe MC treat their woman. She knows nothing but how bad her dad the president of a rival MC and his members treated her and their woman. She can hold her own in the biker world but at the same time know when she can not. She is his equal and has his back. All she has left for family is her brother and she wants so badly to save him from falling in their father's footsteps. But the problem is he has already started falling in their dads footsteps. My heart ached for her as she was so determined to save and help her brother.
The action was great as were most characters. I loved Jagger, an alpha-male with vulnerability. You hardly read that in mc romances and I for one love these kinds of male characters. I always enjoy reading about a "1%" that goes against what is supposed to be the "norm". Because reading about a guy always being a d*** gets boring. Not that Jagger was an angel, he had his "me man, you woman" moments.
I however DID NOT like Arianne. She drove me crazy (I was constantly putting my book down and asking myself, "b*tch what?!") I was so annoyed with how she kept going back and forth with Jagger. One moment she sees him as "safe" then he does something that she doesn't like then she's "he's like Viper!" She was so judgmental when it came to Jaggers' code and how his club was, that all she saw were things that should've been normal or at least expected. And all through she's been wanting to leave? She only attempted 1 escape. If she wanted out she could've done it. She reminded me of Rachel from Friends *frustrated sigh*
Another thing that was a little iffy about this was that her characters were easily swayed. Moments where things could've intensified were left in a puff of smoke.
Overall it wasn't bad and I'm going on with the series.
That is where we meet Arianne daughter of rival MC she is looking to get away from this life and start 'Normal''.
When she meets Jagger at the utmost wrong time the chemistry is instant and we see what an rollercoaster of emotion and angst they go through to hopefully find that HEA.
If you are a fan of MC's Romance and everything in between this is definitely the start of another great series