Daisy “Little Flower” Anderson 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. He knows he can’t have her, yet he can’t let her go.
When Daisy moves on, Preach realizes what he’s lost. Can he prove that he’s the man for her, or is he too late?
Renegade Reject contains adult situations some readers may find offensive. This is a raw and gritty story involving explicit sex, foul language, violence and drug use. Not intended for readers under 18.
I just love this series!
This one starts with a little back-up in history so we can know something about Preach and Daisy's past. And the timeline moves from there, parallel to Kidd and Ice's story, until we get to "present" day. My first thought, "Come On Already!". Preach needed to pull his head out of his a$$ and get with the program. Daisy has had nothing in life easy, her mother literally hates her and would do anything to ruin her life. And because of her mother, her father drinks himself stupid every night. She tries really hard to keep her life together and just hope for some small part of happiness. In rides Preach, and with one look they are hooked into each other. Problem is, Daisy isn't 18 yet. The old saying, all good things come to those who wait? Well, it's really hard to ask a biker to wait, and when she is finally 18, he does something really stupid. It's like he has a self destructive wish.
Daisy leaves and he doesn't go after her, and around and around we go. Sometimes it takes a few beatings before a man realizes what he has let go and figures out how to get it back. And as with all things MC, there is lots of drama, violence, drinking, and general mayhem. I could go on and on about this book, but I will leave some surprises!