The night the Sinner’s Tribe MC’s clubhouse is torched, they find a lone rider, thought to be one of the assailants, left behind. Turns out the person isn’t just any biker—it is Arianne, the daughter of the president of a rival MC. But instead of using Arianne as an object for revenge, Sinner’s Tribe president Jagger finds himself wanting to protect the tough-as-nails woman who has long been emotionally abused by her father. As tensions escalate between the two MCs, Jagger is forced to question not only Arianne’s allegiance to him, but also his ability to keep her best interest at heart, especially where her family is concerned.
Rough Justice is a hot, gritty story of finding love at a time when it is least expected but most needed. The storyline reads a little similar to many MC books that are already out there, but the characters had heart that made them likeable. I appreciated a heroine with a backbone who was able to fend for herself in the misogynistic world that is the MC, and the hero’s ability to accept her as more of an equal rather than property, a rarity in this trope.
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