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Going Rogue

Narrated by: Joe Arden, Melissa Moran
Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (86 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Love blossoms in the most unexpected of places in this sweet and steamy Cursed Ravens Motorcyle Club title featuring a hunky bad boy and a charming nurse.  

The men might tease Rogue and call him pretty behind his back, but no one is going to say that to his face. As the vice president of the Cursed Ravens - and with an unpredictable and unruly temper - respect is given to him at any cost.  

But Rogue reins himself in when he visits his mother in a local nursing home. Overwhelmed with guilt that he can’t take care of her himself, he can barely handle watching her fade away with dementia. He knows the staff is exceptional - especially the sweet and beautiful caregiver who pays extra attention to his mom. 

It isn’t easy working at a nursing home, but Zoe enjoys spending time with her favorite patient, Anne. She knows Anne has a son who dutifully visits her, but when Zoe sees the tall, muscled, handsome stranger, she can tell he’s trouble - beautiful trouble. She knows he’s a Cursed Raven, and she knows better than to admit she’s attracted to him. There’s no way she'll date an MC member. Been there, done that. 

But as Zoe and Rogue start to get closer, they realize one way or another, they’ll have to fight to stay in each other’s lives.

©2018 Chantal Fernando (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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sex y rogue

so cute but seem like you stripped the biker parties away and its just friends living together. that ride bikes. but love the characters

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So disappointing!!😠

First, there is NO JOE ARDEN!! Or if he is The book was too stupid and “cutie-cutie” for me to hang until he really came in!!
I expect more from Chantal when it comes to biker stories! No Alphas, No excitement and Sadly no women with anything redeeming!!
I hung in till chapter 23 and ... DUD, it is an ok Rom Com!! If that’s what you are craving!

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not a real dual narrative

I'm very disappointed because its listed as a dual narration but the only time you hear Mason Lloyd is for the epilogue

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Another 5 star audio

This is another winner from Chantal Fernando. This one is book 3 and the final book in the series .
Hero is Rogue . Rogue is the VP of the M/C. Heroine is Zoe . Zoe is a caretaker/Nurses Aid taking care of Rogue mother .
Chantal Fernando always has love , action and more importantly a life lesson in all her stories . This one is another one .
Zoe is looking after Mrs Kennedy (Rogue mother . ) Zoe likes listening to Mrs Kennedy even though Mrs Kennedy has Demetia .
When Rogue comes in to see his mother sparks fly between the 2 .
Rogue and Zoe have totally different personalities. Rogue is more laid back , Zoe is more straight laced . The 2 mesh perfectly. At the end do they make it work .

Love both Narrators. Melissa nailed it. She has a strong , smooth and expressive voice . And Joe Arden came in at the right time of the story

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  • zuricka
  • 08-08-18

Disappointed

The book advertised that there was two narrators story 90% of the story was done by the female narrator

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