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Love is the ultimate outlaw.

Although widowed attorney Hope Kendall cares deeply for president of the Lost Kings MC, Rochlan "Rock" North, the truth is they come from completely different worlds. Add to that the fact that they are also both headstrong people, and they have a very rough road ahead of them.

Real love isn't a fairy tale.

For Rock that means introducing Hope to what it really means to be part of his brutal and shady world, where the Lost Kings Motorcycle Club is his main focus. For Hope it means accepting the things she can't change and understanding that Rock is a man who will do anything to keep her safe.

Love doesn't follow any rules.

As Rock continues to draw Hope deeper into his world, painful misunderstandings, past relationships, and opposition from the members of his club will threaten to drive them apart. How do a lawyer and a badass biker with a heart of gold keep their love alive while their opposing worlds collide?

Contains mature themes.

©2014 Autumn Jones Lake (P)2018 Tantor

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More Like a Teen Trash Novel. Characters Immature

I started the series with Slow Burn because the description sounded ok. The first bit was okay enough for me to want to listen to the next book. But after getting into the first couple of chapters of Corrupting Cinderella I see that the entire premise of the series is just a long, drawn out high school drama with the same old trope - you know the one I'm talking about: "straight laced good girl falls for badass womanising biker who is mesmerised by how cute and innocent she is. They come from two different worlds, will they last as a couple?"
UGH, give me a break!!!
Corrupting Cinderella seems to be a never ending tale about the female lead having run-ins with the male leads former conquests - or "sk@nk @ss b*tches" as the female lead refers to them and the male lead getting ridiculously jealous of any other man in the vicinity. It's not sexy or entertaining. I often forgot that the female lead is supposed to be 33 and the male 38 because the characters come across as horribly immature. All of the background characters are one dimensional and more like caricatures of underworld figures. I will be asking for my credit back.

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