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Your heart would definitely go for Daisy – a daughter of a Renegade son whom we all have met in the first book. She has been neglected by her father, who preferred a bottle of booze and constantly passing out forgetting about her. But I think her father was better, because despite the constant drinking, he still has affections for her unlike her mother who do not have a good bone in her body. I hated her, and I’m sure you’ll hate her too. She was so selfish, I wonder why Maker (Daisy’s father) wouldn’t just divorce her, or better, get rid of her.
She didn’t want to follow her footsteps, she wanted a different future for her – something that would keep her close to her family, but out of the club. She was constantly struggling, taking care of her father, saving for her future, and trying to stay away from her mother – she has a full on her plat and she didn’t need Preach to add to the equation. He is everything she swore she didn’t want in her life – but he was too irresistible and it was futile to deny him. The attraction was off the charts, and the sexual tension was instantly felt when they’re together in the room. Problem is, Preach couldn’t claim her still until she reached eighteen.
One night of passion is all it takes for her world to shift, and there was no going back for her. Just as when she was ready to get herself branded, Preach does something unforgivable that will drive her away for three years.
Preach Austin had lived his young life suffering from the roughness of their father’s upbringing. It wasn’t then when he hit her sister that he had lost it. He was sent off to prison where he met Kidd – since then he wanted nothing more but to be a member of the Renegade MC. All he wanted to do was to get over from the nightmares of his past until Daisy came into his life.
I don’t know what went wrong and why the heck did he do it – but Arrrrrghhhh! He just ruined what could have been the best thing that ever happened to him! I so hated him for it – although he suffered too, because when Daisy discovered his secret his life went spiraling down. And liking him at this point? It was so hard to do. He keeps on messing up his chances, doing one stupid thing after the other. I couldn’t really blame Daisy why she tried her best in staying away. Her trust was ruined, and it would take a whole lot more before it was restored. A lot of groveling, begging, and giving up something he was accustomed to for some years. Would he be able to gain her trust once again? Or would he lose her for good?
Now, someone wants Daisy too, and she’s about to move on – it’s when he realizes what he is about to lose. Can he prove that he could change? That he would never break her heart again?
I didn’t expect it will take a little while before Preach had some senses knocked into his head and finally gathered his act and made Daisy his. It was a little tiring to see him ruin things for the both of them over and over again. They were meant for each other – but circumstances, reality and a meddling no-good mother would get in the way. As time goes, instead of getting closer, they grow apart, wounds start to get deeper, and it seems it would be too late to patch things up if things would go this path.
I must admit, I was curious about this two – theirs was more complicated, and more tangled up. Dawn Martens and Emily Minton will give you characters that you will both love and hate, you will once again meet the old characters from the first novel, and you will get into the web of deceit, lies, and secrets that will make you hooked into this Renegade sequel. It’s still steamy, raw and screaming of sex. The emotions are all over some pages, and for a while I have a doubt of what the ending would be. I was just soooo glad that Preach saw the light, and finally did the right thing without messing up.
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Dawn Martens is a young, spunky Canadian Author, who is widely known for her best-selling “Resisting Love” series that she co-authored with Author Chantel Fernando. Being a wife to Colin, and a mother to two (soon to be THREE!) beautiful little girls (Sarah (6), Grace (3), Ava on the way!) hasn’t stopped this Canadian Firecracker from pursuing her dreams of becoming a writer! She has also co-authored “Whiskey Lullaby” (book one in the Love Songs series) with her friend and fellow writer, Author Emily Minton; on top of serving as a mentor and support system for many Authors in the Indie community over the past few years. 2014 is shaping up to be a phenomenal year for Dawn, as the highly anticipated book two in the Love Songs series titled “Broken”. She will also be releasing a brand new gritty MC series, “Renegade Sons MC,” with Emily Minton, that will for sure take their avid readers on yet another mind blowing journey. Dawn’s number one passion in life is the written word, and she’s extremely thankful that she has to ability to share the ramblings from the characters inside of her head with the rest of the world! She also may or may not have the hugest girl crush on Author Kristen Ashley, who is her personal idol and helped inspire Dawn in the beginning of her Indie career. Find out more about Dawn on FACEBOOK.
Emily Minton is a Kentucky native. Raised in Missouri, her family returned to Kentucky when she was a teen. She is proud to call the Bluegrass State home. She claims she bleeds blue--Wildcat Blue!
Emily has been married to her husband, David, for over twenty years. They share two lovable but irritating teenagers, Jess and Bailey. She is also the proud mom of a feisty terrier mix, Rae Rae.
Emily loves to read and has more books on her kindle than most people could read in a life time, but she intends to read every single one. Nope, no hoarding problem here! Her favorite author is Kristen Ashley, and she swears Kristen’s book Sweet Dreams changed her life.
Emily has co-authored two books with Dawn Martens, Whiskey Lullaby and Renegade Lady. She has also written one solo book, Windows. Many more are floating around in her head, and she hopes to get them all on paper before long. She loves sharing her dreams with her readers.
Find out more about Emily on FACEBOOK.