Rebel is a standalone MC romance set in the Boneyard Brotherhood universe.
When I joined the force after coming back from the sandbox, I didn't expect my day-to-day life would be anything but routine. It wasn't. I was barely more than a rookie when I was tapped to go undercover with some biker gang made up of other veterans...the "Boneyard Brotherhood" they called themselves. While my partner, Tara, posed as my "pretend girlfriend", we were tasked with finding evidence the sheriff could use to convict the members. It seemed easy enough.
It wasn't though. Things soon got complicated, both at the Boneyard and between Tara and me. I had feelings for both. The members of the brotherhood had become just that, brothers, and I wanted to drop the "pretend" from my status with Tara. But it was only a matter of time before the Boneyard found out I was a plant, and I was going to get stung.
Chase returns home from his military career and needs to start civilian life. He becomes a cop, but soon into his new chosen path, it is decided to put him undercover into the Boneyard Brotherhood. Little did Chase know how this move would change his life. Like many veterans, Chase suffered mentally upon his return, and really had no idea how severe. When put in this Club, he finally found a sense of understanding and belonging. With his partner Tara, both at work and home he has to make decisions. Will he be able to take down this Club that he has grown attached to? Will he warn them of impending arrests? Will he be found out and extracted? There are many questions that are in this story, but the wrap of the situation is well thought out and executed. Amber Burns understands this kind of situation, and writes a compelling drama with a splash of romance bringing much needed attention to our veterans. I love the brotherhood and how they look out for each other, it's a true testament to their ties and commitment. I also enjoy the interaction of characters from the previous two books, especially Cole, the tough enforcer that he is! This is a great addition to her series.
Continuing narration with the same voice is always a pleasure. We get to know the characters by that voice, and for this story, Gideon Welles is key. His raspy, deep sound is perfect for these incredibly, masculine men of the brotherhood.
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This was a nice continuation of the boneyard story. It was nice that the author wrote a taboo story, crossing the line at work. The narrator was nice to listen to, there was difference between the characters that was easily followed.