I loved this book hard. I loved the first book in the series, RENEGADE LADY (Kidd and Ice's story...soo good) and I wasn't sure how the authors were going to manage to top that one. But they did. They really, really did.
RENEGADE REJECT is about Daisy and Preach. Daisy, born and raised within the MC, falls hard for new member Preach, when she was seventeen. But she wasn't the only one that fell. Preach, despite being older than her and weighed down by his past, fell too. He knew the moment he laid eyes on her that she was going to be his old lady, but life in an MC never follows the script of life and what should have been became never gonna happen thanks to two fairly even women.
The authors did a great job of giving us Daisy and Preach's from when they met, the years they were separated, to when they finally reconnected again. Their relationship isn't an easy one. Despite how they feel about each other (because their love for one another was never anything to question), Preach's past, their combined past, and Daisy's mother seemed to always pull them apart. And there were times when you wanted to smack Preach or Daisy, or scream at them to just get over everything and move on. Their pasts were dragging them down and neither of them seemed to be able to get out from underneath it or want to. It wasn't until Preach finally realized how close he was to loosing everything that he went after Daisy and claimed like he should have done many years before.
I've learned, after reading many MC stories, that there are some evil ass women attached to these clubs. And RENEGADE REJECT gave us two such women you hate from the very moment you meet them. Daisy's mother, Lula and her ex-best friend, Leah. Both of these women made it their life's mission to mess with Daisy whenever possible. It's was shocking the lengths they would go to in order to make sure they had more than Daisy did...especially her mother.
I just can't say enough about this book. It was a wild ride, with characters that memorable and a storyline that kept me turning pages until the wee hours of the morning. If you love MC stories, this is a book (and a series) that you need to pick up. The characters in this series stay with and will leave you wanting more.