Monday, January 2, 2017

Rough & Tumble (Haven Brotherhood #1) by Rhenna Morgan

Rough & Tumble
by Rhenna Morgan

 

Series: The Haven Brotherhood - Book 1
Publisher: Carina Press (February 1, 2017)
Publication Date: February 20, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Print Length: 432 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
 
Live hard, f*ck harder and follow only their own rules. Those are the cornerstones the six men of the Haven Brotherhood live and bleed by, refusing to conform to society's expectations, taking what they want and always watching each other's backs.

A self-made man with his fingers in a variety of successful businesses, Jace Kennedy lives for the challenge and he always gets what he wants. From the start, he sees Vivienne Moore's hidden wild side and knows she's his perfect match, if only he can break it free. He will have her. One way or another.

Vivienne's determined to ditch the rough lifestyle she grew up in, even if that means hiding her true self behind a bland socialite veneer. Dragging her party-hound sister out of a club was not how she wanted to ring in the New Year, but Viv knows the drill. Get in, get her sister and get back to the safe, stable life she's built for herself as fast as humanly possible. But Viv's plans are derailed when she finds herself crashing into the club's clearly badass and dangerously sexy owner.

Jace is everything Vivienne swore she never wanted, but the more time she spends with him, the more she starts to see that he loves just as fiercely as he fights. He can walk society's walk and talk society's talk, but when he wants something, he finds a way to get it. He's proud of who he is and where he came from, and he'll be damned if he lets Vivienne go before showing her the safest place of all is in the arms of a dangerous man.
  

 
Rough & Tumble (Haven Brotherhood #1) by Rhenna Morgan

Rough & Tumble (The Haven Brotherhood, #1)He’s gruff on the outside, bold, alpha and sometimes comes across like a knuckle-dragging caveman, while she is trying to bury her past with a prim and proper attitude that really pinches like a shoe that is just too small. Sounds like this has been done before, right? At least a time or two thousand, but wait! Rhenna Morgan has a huge surprise and a fabulous new series that will knock your socks off! We always look for something fresh, and I can honestly say, LOOK NO MORE! Get your alpha fix, your drool-worthy romance and your heroine who can be hot as a firecracker on the Fourth of July. HUGE bonus points for a loving family, great humor and even a warm and fuzzy feeling, ROUGH AND TUMBLE is a definite must-read!

Jace is rough around the edges, but he is a brilliant and successful businessman with a fierce family loyalty, a hidden caring side and a heart that has just fallen hard for the lady who is dragging her party-girl sister out of one more bar with a quiet dignity that borders on a supernatural power.
Vivienne has worked hard to leave her past behind, doing quite well, except for having to be chief cook and bottle washer for her alcoholic sister who just can’t say no to a good drink or a big party. Jace is everything she should avoid, he is the quintessential bad boy, the hardass, but, when she discovers what he hides from the world, including his sanctuary, Haven, she is falling hard and fast for the marshmallow this big man really is.

There’s trouble brewing as a local politician and a drug lord are determined to destroy Jace’s bar one way or the other. Now a popular place for police raids, Jace has his hands full keeping his name out of the mud. Vivienne is a struggling event planner who needs business to survive. Perhaps going all vanilla wasn’t the best move and Jace may be the only person who can bring back the free spirit she was, along with some much needed business. Should be a business match made in heaven, right? Actually, heaven comes in their budding romance and oh my, you are going to swoon with this one! Grab it, read it and thank me later!

I received an ARC edition from Carina Press in exchange for my honest review.


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