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    Going rogue

    Rogue is the only son close enough to visit his mother suffering from dementia. A tough situation that even a big bad MC VP has trouble dealing with. Zoe, her caregiver in the nursing home, is the one bright spot. Rogue is a player. Never been tempted to settle--then Zoe enters his life. She isn't into biker club members. One bad experience is enough. Until Rogue. His patience and their friendship are fun to watch. Their growing relationship is hot, yet caring. I fell for both characters. It was fun to catch up with the rest of the club. Not all is going well, not only his mom's illness, the club is under a magnifying glass by the local police. They are trying to find out if there is a mole and if so, who! Zoe's crazy big sis has contacts with a hot, successful attorney. They are gonna need. (Her sis is a such a kick. She needs her own story) I loved the book from page one to THE END. Don't miss it. The entire series is entertainment gold. Reviewed for Words Turn Me On
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    Good book

    The third book in the series and the best one so far. I really loved Rogue and Zoe, I loved how their relationship was built up on friendship and was the slow burn of romance. This book definitely has all the emotions and I really loved Zoe's sister, as well as, the secondary characters. I look forward to more.
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    An emotional MC story

    I love MC books, I love alpha heroes. But more than anything, I love a book that evokes true emotions in the reader. I just don't have the words to accurately describe the feelings and emotions brought about by this book! From the very beginning, I could tell that this book would be a tear jerker, one that would bring out emotions like very few books really do. I had a feeling that this book would tear me apart, before putting me back together again. And I was right! Rogue is the VP of the Cursed Ravens MC. He is having to watch the mother he idolizes, the strong woman that raise him and his 2 brothers on her own, deteriorate due to dementia and health problems. To watch such a strong woman be brought down low, is heart breaking. And to know how hard that is on those that love her, well, it just tears me apart. Zoe is Rogue's mother's caregiver, in the assisted living facility that she has been placed in. She loves being able to care for others, and it seems that there is a soft spot in her heart for this woman. Zoe has a beautiful, giving heart, and it's clear in her every action. There was so much going on in this book, so many questions, so much that could go wrong. Can Zoe deal with who Rogue is, the kind of life he leads? Is she strong enough to stand beside him when he needs her to? And then there are things I never anticipated. I was totally blown away by this book, by the emotions, by the amazing story of Rogue and Zoe. This is definitely one that will go on my re-read list, and my favorite out of the series!

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