Review: Brute’s Strength (Riot MC Biloxi) by Karen Renee @karenreneewrite @EJBookPromos

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Kenzie wasted another lunch hour waiting for a man to show up that she met on the Lunch Date App. Another man that was not worth her time, it seemed since stood her up. Now looking around the place she was sitting waiting for someone not to show up. She notices a very sexy man sitting with two other people in one of the booths. He is not her type at all, but she can’t help but watch him because he is so sexy.

Brute is not looking for a relationship. He’s just sitting with his best friend that just got engaged, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t notice the woman at the bar that has been watching him and checking him out. When he gets the chance, he walks right up to her and asks her out. That one decision has his world on end. Not only does he have to worry about the dirty cop that is standing at his bike when leaves the restaurant, he now has to worry about the woman that he just met and starts a relationship with.

Kenzie has no idea what Brute’s life is like in an MC, she’s naïve to the whole world. She works at a bank and has her own life to live. Her main concern has been raising her little girl and keeping her safe and making sure that she gets to spend time with her father. Kenzie and Brute’s lives couldn’t be any more different if they tried. Brute has his construction business and his MC brotherhood, as well as his father in his life, but he had no intentions of bringing a woman into his life, especially one with a daughter. Too bad life has other plans for him. Fate has a way of turning your life upside down when you least expect it. Now Brute not only has to worry about the past coming back to light in his life with the MC, but also the danger that it poses to Kenzie and her little girl. He will make sure that they stay safe no matter what, and if that means that he opens his heart, so be it. I loved this story and the characters are great! I love the relationship that Brute and his father have as well as the MC. I give this book a 5-star review and look forward to more of the Riot MC, Biloxi character’s stories.

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