Daisy “Little Flower”
has lived her entire life on the sidelines of the Renegade Sons MC. Her father
is a member, and her mother a club whore turned old lady. Not wanting to follow
their footsteps, she chose a different path; one that keeps her close to the biker
family she loves, but out of the club. Struggling to keep it together, she
never thought she would have anything of her own, until she met Preach. He is
everything she swore she didn't want in life. One night of passion leads to
unexpected consequences, and she knows, now more than ever, it’s time to move
forward. Garrett “Preach” Austin
lived his life caught in his father’s iron fist. He never thought he would want
anything more than freedom from his past, until he met his “Little Flower”. She
shows him there is more to life than pain. Preach has a secret; one that forces
him to choose between Daisy and his brothers. Even though he loves Daisy, the
Renegade Sons are the only true family he has.
I read Renegade Lady and couldn’t read it fast enough,
Renegade Reject was just as fast. This
is the story of Preach and Daisy. From
their first meeting you could feel the sparks and new that their story would
not be smooth and easy. Preach is a
character that I hated. He cheated,
treated Daisy worse than anyone I ever should be treated, and was a drunk. Daisy was a character I felt sorry for and
numerous times she annoyed me. She
should have walked away from Preach from the very first time he slept with her
best friend, but yet she kept going back for more and more heartbreak. I understand that she loved him, but he
certainly was not healthy for her.
The story of Daisy’s Grandma, Grandpa, and Uncle Holt was
great. I love that we were able to learn
the history and understand the love triangle.
It also helped Daisy learn to get past Preach’s nasty history and learn
to forgive but not forget.
I cannot say I understand the rules of a MC but Renegade Reject shed light onto the inner happenings. This is a great, gritty, and loving story that I am so happy to have gotten my hands on. Timber’s story is next and it will be just as great I am sure.