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Unforeseen Riot – Karen Renee

Mallory Pierce has been hiding from life after losing her husband and son to a drunk driving accident more than a year ago. Friends tried to help Mallory get back into the swing of things; but it isn’t until she meets Riot MC biker, Cal Robertson, that Mallory begins to live again. The chemistry between Mallory and Cal is explosive from the beginning, and when Cal offers her a ride on his motorcycle, Mallory cannot refuse. 
Cal is fascinated by the spunky brunette, who seems to know how to push all his buttons. Things go awry when a situation requires him to bring her to his club. Despite their rocky start, the pair cannot stay away from one another. His protective instincts kick into overdrive when a member of a rival motorcycle club shows a dangerous interest in Mallory. Cal can no longer deny his feelings for her, and the more he finds out about her, the more he wants Mallory in his life. 

This book! I really enjoyed this book I am loving MC books at the minute and I am very much hooked with these kind of books!

It took me a little while to get into this story and I think it was just because of the writing. I really did enjoy the writing once I got into it. The plot was good, I really enjoyed it, and the drama was real through this. By like halfway I was like damn what can this book throw at me next. It kept throwing. I really enjoyed the twists and turns in this novel. This was my first book by this author and I really enjoyed it.

Mallory. I felt so bad for her loosing her son and husband I saw how heartbreaking that was for her. I really liked that Cal made her bring back her fiery attitude especially after mourning. She can be really feisty and I love that she refuses to back down at times.

Cal he was an interesting character also very macho male which amused me. I loved how protective he was of Mallory and yet took care of her at the same time it was so nice. He was also the sergeant in arms in the MC so really strong and I loved how he took care of stuff.

Gwen. I hated her. From the moment she was introduced into this book I hated her. The way she used the death of her son against Mallory really annoyed me and all she wanted was money. Not even thinking about how Mallory feels having to move on without her son and husband in her life, she just didn’t help with that process at all and in fact held back if anything.

I loved Natasha she was the best friend anyone could ask for she was there to support Mallory and she was always there to ease her guilt when it came to moving on and I loved that. She was a great character and I loved that she was there when Mallory needed a pick me up.

I also really enjoyed Quinton, James, Bobby and Ray being there to support her through it, I loved the support group she had with them.

Vamp and the two twins hitting on Mallory was hilarious and one of my favourite scenes, especially as we saw how protective Cal was with her. Which Cal and Mallory on a whole I love, they were so hilarious and I loved them as a couple.

Volt. I loved him. He was honestly so sweet he is the president of the MC and easing her guilt. I loved that. I also loved his “old lady” Jackie she was hilarious and I loved the bond that these built a bond.

I really like Razor’s character although he’s from a different MC I actually loved his character he was hilarious.

I really loved this story and how the plot came out, but I also think that to actually like this novel and these types of stories you have to just accept that they have oldish traditions when it comes to the MCs and their women. But I really enjoyed the story, characters and plot!

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