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    Awesome

    Love this one so much!! It's a great beginning to what should be an amazing new series and I personally can't wait for more. The Brotherhood is currently made up of 6 men. They play by their own rules and go after what they want making no apologies for it. What Jace Kennedy wants is Vivienne Moore. Unfortunately Jace doesn't fit into the life Vivienne. She's trying to walk the straight and narrow to escape her rough childhood and her pull to bad boys. Jace isn't willing to take no for an answer though and will do whatever it takes to change her mind. I highly recommend this one!
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    Starring the Quintessential Alpha Hero

    This is the first book I’ve read by Rhenna Morgan, but she certainly knows how to write an alpha hero. Rough & Tumble is told in the third person narrative and centers on Jace and Vivienne. Their loyalty to their loved ones is apparent immediately, as are the conflicts that drive them together and threaten to keep them apart. The book’s plot moves along steadily and kept me interested. Morgan’s writing is solid and flowed, the descriptions and emotions came across well without being wordy. Throughout the book the dialogue worked naturally with the characters and narration. I really liked how Miss Morgan used dialogue to create individual identities, especially among the hero and secondary male characters. Being the first of a series, the book introduces a host of secondary characters who will be featured in subsequent books. Jace’s “brothers” are long-time friends he considers family. In this way, as well as how the Haven Brotherhood pools resources, lives together, has regular family meetings, and makes decisions together, I was reminded of a Motorcycle Club. The characters were all likable with interesting backstories that manifested in their personalities and goals. I did find Vivienne a little difficult to connect with at times, but I liked the couple together and rooted for their HEA. Initially I didn’t find anything unique or gripping about this cast of characters and romance. I anticipated a well-written story featuring a hero who has built a successful life after a difficult childhood, but didn’t know that I would continue the series. However, around the halfway mark things started falling into place that set the story apart. The action picked up, there were some unexpected twists, and the characters deepened enough to hook me. I think many readers will love this author’s writing style and characters. She doesn’t skimp on the sexiness in the least and if you’re a fan of the dirty talking alpha hero, you’ll really like Jace. The conflicts are realistic but offer action that keeps the reader engaged. Given the wide variety of personalities among the Haven Brotherhood, I think this promises to be an entertaining series for any fans of alpha heroes with a bit of a bad boy streak. *Carina Press provided Alpha Book Club with an eARC. The publisher and author had no influence on this review*
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    Excited about this new series.

    Oh my! What a story. In spite of the characters being raw and dirty and gritty, they are just too ADORABLE! The best part is that they all have LONG HAIR! I LOVE long hair. And yeah Viv has had a hard life but Jace is there every step of the way to make it better. I love the way he breaks down her walls even though he tries like hell not to be a bull in a china shop. And that is what won my heart. Can't wait to read more about the Haven Brotherhood. I received an Advanced Reader's Copy from NetGalley for voluntary review consideration.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Fantastic idea for a series, excellent character development, and wonderful story – Loved this book and can’t wait for more!!! Okay, with that out of the way. Two men, Jack & Axel, made a promise early in life and became “family”. Over the years they have added four other men to their family and formed THE HAVEN. If others are deemed worthy of and in tune with their beliefs then they might be added to the group in the future. These men are all different but have the same principles and are there for one another – no matter what. When Viv goes to pick up her alcoholic sister at a club she comes face to face with some Jack and some of the other men in The Haven. For some reason he doesn’t understand Jack is drawn to Viv and makes her safety a priority. Jack is intent on getting to know the true personality of Viv and sets out to do so and in so doing the two become a whole lot more than just friends. In addition to the love story of Jack and Viv there are some bad guys to deal with, an alcoholic sister to save and all of the men of The Haven to be introduced to. Jack is a superb book boyfriend and Viv holds her own although her past insecurities poke their heads out from time to time. This book was a delight to read. I stayed up till 3am and finally had to turn the light off then finish the book the next day. I can’t wait to read the rest of the books in this series and am thankful to NetGalley and Carina Press for the ARC that they gave to me. This is my honest review.
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    enjoyable read, look forward to reading more

    *** I voluntarily reviewed this book, for the Publisher, I gained no monetary incentives nor was I specifically requested to review the book, these are my honest ramblings and I hope you enjoy reading them - kat*** Jace Kennedy on the surface is the type of guy you tell your daughters to stay well away from, he is bright and dedicated and he gets what he wants, lives by his own code even if it's not quite within the law. Vivienne Moore's determined to break the mould of her upbringing, even if that means hiding her true personality. I felt for her, with her only family being either a mother who left for a better meal ticket or the drunk sister on a mission to destroy herself, she is just holding onto the fledgling business she has set up doing event management. When she rescues Callie from Jace's nightclub, Jace decides he wants to know more about the uptight woman in the suit... who still dresses in work gear on New Year's Eve. Vivienne knows Jace is dangerous because he makes her feel... will she risk it all to live for herself? Jace will not let her say no - so she ends up having no choice but to look at why she is hiding in suburbia when if she spread her wings she could fly and let her creativity soar. Although Jace was walking a fine line from being an all out biker gangster, Ms. Morgan has created his character and his 'Brotherhood' with more of an old-fashioned code of the wild west cowboys or maybe robin hood... Men that stood against the corrupt town elite rather than robbing and pillaging the poor locals. I liked that about the Haven Brotherhood, The two Matriarchs were also a bright spot for me, you saw where their morality came from, yes these boys grew up on the streets, but they'd dragged themselves above the gutter and tried to better themselves and their family... whether blood or chosen brother. Jace slowly and carefully showed Vivienne that she was not doing herself or Callie any favours by enabling her partying ways. He was a bit of a control freak at times, but then this is an Alpha male we are talking about so it was not a surprise. The adorable Ruger made me want a dog, he was a cute side character that showed Jace and Vivienne's softer side. Vivienne was no wilting damsel in distress either, which I was grateful for, I like my MH/FH to have an equal footing in a relationship. I enjoyed Ms. Morgan's writing style, the story flows, drawing you into the relationships between the characters which will hopefully get their own books, and I think I will be adding the series to my Series Read list.
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