REVIEW: Going Rogue by Chantal Fernando
Love blossoms in the most unexpected of places in this sweet and steamy Cursed Ravens Motorcycle 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. And 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.
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While Zoe loved her job it was difficult for her at times as well. Working at a nursing home takes a special kind of person. When she meets Rogue she confronts him for parking where he shouldn’t. She didn’t think it was right and told him right away. She doesn’t want to date another guy in an MC because she had been hurt by her ex who was in one.
However they fall into a relationship pretty easily. Then Rogue’s mother asks Zoe to do the unthinkable and she is left with such a decision to make. Add in there is rat in one of the other clubs The Cured Ravens work with and things get crazy.
I liked both Rogue and Zoe as characters. I loved Zoe’s sister and would love for her to have a story. Also I really want the club’s president to have a story as well. As always Chantal Fernando left me breathless and yearning for more.