Unbroken

Beth D. Carter
Unbroken
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
October 2015
ISBN
9781772335644
Series
Book 1 of Forgotten Rebels MC
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, MC Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

SUMMARY
When she was eighteen, Piper's obsessed boyfriend murdered her family right in front of her. She went into police protection, but his family's wealth made it easy for him to track her down. Desperate and alone, she turned to her step-brother for help. He just happened to be president of a motorcycle club.

Eight years later, the club is patched into a larger club, the White Death MC, and when Piper meets its president, Kix Rockwood, she knows he's a force to be reckoned with. Kix wants her, but he has no idea about the danger that lurks for her if she leaves the club. Because no matter how long it's been, someone blames Piper for what happened and wants revenge for the past.

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Jan 25, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
98 people found the following review helpful
Eight years ago, a frightened Piper sought refuge with her brother and his motorcycle club. It's not until she sets eyes on Kix, the leader of another club, that she begins to think about her future.

With UNBROKEN, author Beth Carter launches the first installment in the Forgotten Rebels series. It's raw, steamy and full of some unexpected plot twists.

With the growth of the MC genre, it is always enjoyable to see writers put a different spin on the storyline. Ms. Carter's perspective is fresh not only in the characters she has developed, but in the series concept. There's a definite incentive to continue with the series in order to find out more about Wick and Abbott.

This series provides a look into the lawless world of the MC, but zeroes in on the fact that loyalty knows no boundaries. There's plenty of the typical partying and cutting up, all of which takes a backseat to the intense chemistry between Kix and Piper.

Although he might not ever be considered a good guy by traditional standards, Kix's motorcycle is just as good as a white horse. I found this to be a fantastic beginning to a series focusing on people with a lot of baggage from the past.
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