Forgotten Rebels MC, 1
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.
“Wait,” came a deep voice. “I thought I met all the club girls.”
Piper halted and glanced over to the opposite end of the table. Her gaze met a pair of eyes so green it made her think of emeralds. They were framed with the type of dark lashes that women would kill to have. His black hair flopped a little over his forehead, and scruff outlined a strong jaw. Next to his left eye was a small tattoo, a black diamond. The man was big, muscular, and he stared at her like he wanted to devour her. Butterflies swarmed through her belly and her mouth went dry. Piper tried to wet her lips with her tongue, but didn’t have enough saliva to do the job.
“She’s not club pussy, Kix,” Wick said evenly.
Kix flicked his gaze toward her brother. “Is she your old lady?”
Wick shook his head. “My sister.”
Kix visibly relaxed. “I see.” He looked at her once more. “What’s your name?”
“I’m Sissy,” Piper said. “I take care of the house.”
“Sissy,” he repeated, then frowned. “That name doesn’t seem to suit you.”
She cleared her throat. “It’s what I’m called.”
“And we’re all called something, aren’t we, sweetheart?”
The men of The White Death chuckled and she pulled her gaze away from Kix to look at the newcomers. Parky had been correct. Each man was gorgeous, a far cry from the current Rebels stock. The Brothers might be family, but some of them had a face only a mother could love.
“Whose old lady are you?” Kix asked.
She lifted her chin. “I’m no one’s old lady.”
He gave a wicked little grin. “Good,” he murmured.
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Posted by Rachel's Willful Thoughs on 25th Jan 2016
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. - See more at: http://erotic.theromancereviews.com/viewbooksreview.php?bookid=20359#sthash.KJADQXoz.dpuf
Posted by Shannon on 7th Jan 2016
At eighteen, Piper’s world came crashing down when her crazy and obsessive boyfriend gunned down her family when they attempted to stop him from trying kidnap her. With police protection, Piper thought she was safe. But with his family’s wealth, he was able to find her. The only person she has left to seek help from is her brother and his brothers of the Forgotten Rebels MC.
For the last eight years, Piper has hidden behind the walls of the MC. But when the club is patched into a larger club, the White Death MC, her days of hiding are over. From his very first glance at Piper, Kix Rockwood, the president of the White Death MC, knows one thing — that Piper will be his. He has no idea of the danger that surrounded her so long ago or what could happen if she leaves the club. Someone is still out there seeking their revenge on Piper and they aren’t about to let her get away alive.
The very talented pen of author Beth D. Carter starts off a new series that really grabs the reader’s heart and soul right from the beginning. Danger, heartbreak and salvation meld perfectly with an emotionally powerful romance that is almost impossible to put down. The author allows the reader to experience Piper’s life before and after her family was murdered and her place within the Forgotten Rebels MC as well as the anguish and guilt she lives with, giving them a better understanding of her personality. She is a strong woman and it will take an equally strong man to love and honor her like she deserves.
Right from their very first meeting, the sexual pull and temptation draws you irresistibly into Kix and Piper’s undeniable and immediate attraction. While Kix and Piper’s relationship feels like an instant kind of love and passion, where they move quickly from first glance to Piper leaving behind the club for Kix and his, might seem a little hasty, the author makes their bond seem natural and true. The searing sex is smoking hot as Kix claims Piper’s heart, body and soul with enough heat to practically singe the pages. The author throws a couple of unexpected and dangerous twists into the story that the reader doesn’t see coming. The story wraps up rather nicely and Ms. Carter cleverly baits the reader grabbing their interest at the next book to come ensuring they will be eagerly awaiting the next in this captivating series.
Posted by Chris on 29th Dec 2015
I really enjoyed the relationship between Kix and Piper, but it went at warp speed to be sure. The book was front loaded with Piper’s absolutely horrific experiences that drove her into the land of motorcycle clubs and hiding her identity within the walls of her stepbrother’s club. Then we flash to eight years later.
When Kix shows up Piper is no longer a girl but a woman. A sheltered woman even though she grew up in the strong sexual environment that is an MC. I had absolutely no problem believing her fear and anxiety concerning her stalker but absolutely could not believe no one kept tabs on him. Like ever.
The author focused on Piper’s budding sexual awareness and Kix’s dramatic fall into love. Our Kix is a romantic, you see, and he shows that side with Piper only. He’s such a keeper. Piper was the more negative of the two, unwilling to leap without looking; a refreshing switch. The story bumped along nicely, but some details were doled out a little heavily and tipped me off on a few things; didn’t affect my enjoyment though. I will definitely be reading the second book with the big old teaser the author ended the book with.
Posted by April Beep on 8th Nov 2015
Received an ARC in exchange for a honest review.
Posted by Melissa k on 5th Nov 2015
I really enjoyed this. Quick, dirty and had a plot. A good read before bed that didn't such a ton of time. Definitely will read the next....and the hero was not a big wh0re like most MC books.
Posted by sarah on 3rd Nov 2015
I was given an arc for a honest review....and even though this is a short read I loved it...keep me interested from the start. I loved the suspense areas of the story. I love kix. Only thing would be better is if it was longer. And wick....I hope he gets a story with abbot.
Posted by A. Noble on 3rd Nov 2015
This was a really well written and gripping story of a women's loss and recovery years later. She spends those years with an MC that protects and supports her. Highly recommend this book. The book has good pacing and characters that one can connect with. First time I have read this author and will definitely be buying more.
Posted by Valari on 3rd Nov 2015
Ms. Carter did an outstanding job with Unbroken, from the first chapter to the last I couldn't put it down. She did an excellent job capturing the guilt a trauma survivor feels and shows hope being born that Piper deserves her own happily ever after with Kix. I can't wait for Wick's story. If you are looking for an enjoyable evening read I highly recommend Unbroken it is worth your time spent.
For transparency, I would like to add that I was provided a copy of Unbroken to read for my honest opinion.r
Posted by Kindle Customer on 1st Nov 2015
I was given this ARC for an honest review. Wow loved this book yes it's a quick read but it's packed with action. From the moment Kix saw Piper he knew she was a forever type of woman. Loved the way Wick took her in never blaming her for what happened to their family the club protected her at all cost. Glad to see Piper got her HEA after everything she went through.
Posted by SKillen on 1st Nov 2015
I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
This was the first book I have read by this author and I really liked it. It was a fast read but kept me engaged in the story. I really enjoyed reading Unbroken and can't wait for more books in the series.
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