Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Renegade Lady by Dawn Martens and Emily Milton and GIVEAWAY

Jenna Chandler always knew the life of the Renegade Sons MC (motorcycle club).  After being taken at age sixteen for an old lady, she endures abuse beyond her worse nightmares.   When Chipper, older brother to the president of the Renegades, comes to visit the club, he sees what is going on and rescues her.  He takes her back to his club to keep her safe.   As soon as she arrives to the new club, Kidd, Chipper’s younger brother, knows that she is meant to be his, but she is too young to claim yet.  Biding his time makes Kidd frustrated. 

This is the story of Kidd and Ice, aka Jenna.   Will they give love a chance or is this a lost cause?
My Review:
I knew this book would be a tough and rough book.  Being part of a motorcycle club is not usually easy.  This book brought to light how tough it really can be. The filthy talk, the violence, drugs, and the sex are all ways of life for these men and Emily Milton and Dawn Martens portrayed it exactly how it should be.  There were some romantic and touching moments, but most of the steamy scenes (and there were plenty) were hot, rough, and heavy.   Although the talk and life style is definitely not for me, it was entertaining to see how they lived and how the loved and protected what they consider they owned, person or place. 
Every character in this book was well developed, even the secondary characters.    I felt fear and shame for how Jenna was treated.   The love between Kidd and Jenna was amazing, although the road was tough.  The respect between the motorcycle clubs and their members is how life should be lived, although a little less violence would be okay.   The care they took of the Old Ladies and the Whores of the Club was eye opening.  
This is certainly a book that no young adult or child should read.  This is an 18 or older book, maybe even 21 or older book.    There is a lot of graphic scenes and very hard subjects in Renegade Lady.  Definitely not a book for everyone, but if you enjoy this type I highly recommend it to you.   I loved this book and cannot wait for book 2 to be released so I can hear about Daisy and Preach’s story.

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About the Authors-
 Dawn Martens: I'm Dawn. I co-wrote a two books (Chase and Kade) with fellow author Chantal Fernando, in the Resisting Love. We went solo on three of the books, she wrote Ryder, and she is writing James, and I'm writing Derek.
Also working on a book currently with my friend Isabella Bearden, called A Second Chance!
AND I'm currently writing a book with good friend Emily Minton called Whiskey Lullaby.
I drink too much, Swear too much, and Read too much. Yes I read too much. I don't have a filter, and I tend to speak before I think.
I'm a beta reader for many authors, I'm on a few authors ARC list, because apparently I'm THAT awesome. ;) And I also edit. Not a professional, but I do help a few with that.
I have two children, 5&2, and have another on the way. They bug the shit outta me, but hey, that's what kids are supposed to do. ;) Married since 2007. He's amazing, but he's also a bigger pain in my ass than my kids are.
I love to read, and I love being able to write stories that *I* want to read!
I couldn't do this without the help of some very special friends!

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Emily Minton: I'm Emily.  I am the proud mother of two lovable but irritating teenagers. I have been married for over twenty years, but I would gladly trade my husband for Tatumn Jackson any day!
If you are wondering who that is, you need to read Sweet Dreams by KA now. Kristen Ashley is my queen!
I love to read. I am a complete mommy porn junkie!  I have more books on my kindle than most people could read in a lifetime, but I will get to them all eventually!
I am also an avid blogger.  I love to share my favorite books and pimp my favorite authors.
I am currently writing my first book with the amazing Dawn Martens. I hope you all enjoy Whiskey Lullaby!

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