Renegade Lady

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Jenna "Ice" Chandler grew up as part of a motorcycle club. She considered it her home, until one wrong move made it her prison. After months of abuse, she is rescued by Chipper, who takes her to Big Clifty, Missouri, home of the Renegade Sons MC.

Kiddrick "Kidd" Jones is the president of the Renegades. He knows there is something special about Ice the moment his older brother, Chipper, brings her into the club, but stays away, because she is ...

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Overview

Jenna "Ice" Chandler grew up as part of a motorcycle club. She considered it her home, until one wrong move made it her prison. After months of abuse, she is rescued by Chipper, who takes her to Big Clifty, Missouri, home of the Renegade Sons MC.

Kiddrick "Kidd" Jones is the president of the Renegades. He knows there is something special about Ice the moment his older brother, Chipper, brings her into the club, but stays away, because she is too young.

When time comes for Ice to take her place in the club, she has two choices, become an old lady or a club whore. Not believing in love and knowing a man can never be faithful, she decides to earn her spot on her back.

With each passing year, Kidd's feelings for Ice grows and the urge to make her his becomes stronger. Frustrated and jealous, he finally decides it's time to make her his.

Will Ice finally thaw out and give love a chance, or is Kidd fighting a losing battle?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781495281075
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/29/2014
  • Pages: 280
  • Sales rank: 348,940
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.59 (d)

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  • Posted October 15, 2014

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    5 Hot MC Stars TITLE~ Renegade Reject (Renegade Sons MC #2)

    5 Hot MC Stars




    TITLE~ Renegade Reject (Renegade Sons MC #2)
    AUTHOR~ Emily Minton & Dawn Martens 
    GENRE~ Romance-New Adult-Bikers/MC
    PUBLISHED~ ARC
    PURCHASED/COST~ ARC for Review
    MY RATING~ 5 Stars








    MY THOUGHTS~ 




    I chose to read this book because I read and really liked the first book in the series. 
    Firstly, the authors, Emily Minton and Dawn Martens, are an amazing writing duo. They seem to work so well together! They really do excellent work. If i didn't know ahead of time, I honestly would have had no idea that all the writing didn't come from one single author rather than it being a combined effort.They're THAT talented!
    This second book in the Renegade Sons MC series, Renegade Reject, was an awesome read and captivated me all the way through. In my opinion, this one was actually better than the first book and that's really saying something! I'm definitely hooked and will be reading any and all of the books to follow in this series.
    I have to say that I'm not a huge fan of the time gaps in these books. Although, the spans in Renegade Reject are significantly shorter than the ones in Renegade Lady. However, I also can appreciate the gaps since they provide for a more detailed description of the past which gives a deeper feel for the characters. In that way, the characters are extremely well developed. I love that aspect. I suppose, I just feel like I've missed out in those time periods that were skipped. The authors do a good job of recounting important things that had happened then, though.
    Overall, Renegade Reject is a winner by my standards. The biker/MC is there as is the grit. Those are a must for me in a biker book. I loved that we got to see more of Kidd & Ice as well as the back story and dynamic with Wayne, Holt, and Mary. Loved it all!

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  • Posted August 16, 2014

    Absolutely loved this book by Dawn Martens and Emily Milton! I h

    Absolutely loved this book by Dawn Martens and Emily Milton! I have been following Dawn Martens for awhile now and I've never been disappointed yet! This book has characters who have been through some very disturbing situations. This was my first MC book that I've read. Now I'm addicted due to these two authors! Definite read!

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  • Posted May 18, 2014

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    This is book one in the Renegade Sons MC I loved this book a





    This is book one in the Renegade Sons MC
    I loved this book and gave it 5 stars. 




    This is the first book that I have read from Dawn Martens. 




    DAMN. This book was smoking hot. 
    I couldn't stop reading it. 
    It is a book that will not be for everyone hence the warning she has in her synopsis. 




    WARNING: Renegade Lady contains adult situations some readers may find offensive. This is a raw and gritty story involving explicit sex, graphic language, violence and drug use. Not intended for readers under 18








    And boy is she right.   Jenna “Ice” Chandler was raised at the MC.  It's her home, until one wrong move made it her prison. After months of abuse, she is rescued by Chipper.




    When time comes for Ice to take her place in the MC she has two choices, become an old lady or a club whore. She doesn't believe in love and doesn't think that it exists so she takes her chances at being the club whore.  




    Kidd has been biding his time. He saw her the moment she came into the MC but she was too young. Now that she is older and he watches her do things that he knows she shouldn't be doing his patience is wearing thin and he is ready to make her his old lady, but what will she want? Is she too far gone to save? 




    This story is raw and gritty and I loved it from the very first page. It is a must read for any MC fan! You will not be disappointed.  I cannot wait to read the next story in this series. It is sure to be a hot one!  

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  • Posted May 17, 2014

    Renegade Lady by Dawn Martens and Emily Minton is a terrific rea

    Renegade Lady by Dawn Martens and Emily Minton is a terrific read.  It deals with some very difficult subjects, so it is not for the faint of heart.  But it deals with the tragedies in such a way that the characters become heroes, not just survivors.  Everyone is afraid of love, but bad memories and difficult pasts just make it more difficult.  I love what these two authors did and immediately dug in to book 2.

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  • Posted May 9, 2014

    4.5/5 stars *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an

    4.5/5 stars
    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*
    I will start by saying I was instantly pulled into this book with just the dedication by Emily Minton. “This one is for all the old ladies out there. Hope each and every one of you have your own Kidd.” It actually got me teary eyed and also got me thinking. I read for the escape, the fantasy and just a good story, but some, not all, but some of these stories can hold a bit of reality for someone else whether it’s the good or the bad. I started Renegade Lady with thoughts of the women out there who do live in the dark world of this lifestyle and for those who are stuck in a life of abuse and brutality. I truly hope one day they can pull themselves away and find their own HEA.
    So with all that said, I loved Renegade Lady. Jenna Chandler’s mother dies and she runs to the only place she has left, her father’s MC. At 16 years old she is unwillingly handed over to be an old lady to one of the most abusive and brutal club members. When Chipper arrives on club business what he finds is disgusting and something the Renegade Sons MC never stood for. Chipper rescues Jenna and she returns with him to the main club of the Renegades. It is in Big Clifty, Missouri where Jenna’s life truly begins.
    Renegade Lady is such an intense and dark book. Nothing was held back with the dark themes that came through in the story. I loved Jenna. She was tough, but not too much, there was still insecurity or doubt to her but she was always quick to put it behind her. I loved Kidd’s determination to get to Jenna, his love was so strong for her that at times my heart broke for both of them and their failure to just communicate with each other. Their game playing with one another drove me freaking crazy. Jenna and Kidd were so damn stubborn and neither would give in. There were times when Jenna’s stubbornness was too much, like seriously just talk already. But it really provided more angst to the story and really helped in developing a great plot.

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  • Posted March 19, 2014

    Great biker book. It doesn't hold back and gives you a fierce st

    Great biker book. It doesn't hold back and gives you a fierce story line to follow the whole way through.

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  • Posted March 17, 2014

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    An intense beginning completely pulled me in. The story is told

    An intense beginning completely pulled me in. The story is told from multiple POVs and I thought it was great. This book covered it all - hotness, some sad moments, great drama, tension, and the epilogue at the end totally made me cry.

    I thought the characters where unique and engaging and I was intrigued by the story the entire time. Jenna suffered such brutality at a young age so it was a journey watching her progress as the years went by. I was really pulled into her choices, different relationships and the reasons for why. I liked Kidd a lot! A sexy bad boy for sure. He and Jenna had some serious chemistry. Kidd’s internal battle for the first half really had me feeling for him even though he did some rather stupid things. He and Jenna seemed to have a fire and ice relationship that both fascinated and frustrated me. Jenna definitely had some attitude!

    I thought this book was fast past and really tugged at my heart. There was a nice amount of sexy times mixed in as well. There was enough drama to keep me on my toes but the main drama at the end I thought wrapped up a bit to quickly but overall I really liked it. I did like Jenna but it took me a while to get there just because she had so much growing up to do.  

    There were lots of other characters in the story and I thought they were introduced well and each had distinct personalities. I liked the guys in the MC that Jenna had close relationships and I adored the bond she formed with Chipper and Mindy. I hope they all lead to more books because I would definitely read them. I'm really excited for Daisy and Preach’s story and I would love to know more about Chipper. 

    If you like biker books then I would totally recommend this.

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  • Posted March 11, 2014

    Have I mentioned how much I love a good MC story? In a nutshell.

    Have I mentioned how much I love a good MC story? In a nutshell... WOW! Highly recommend this book to those who love a good MC story.

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