Renegade by Harley Wylde

Renegade by Harley Wylde
Devil’s Boneyard MC 6
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary
Length: Short story (115 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Dryas

Darby: At fifteen, I thought I knew everything. Having been in foster care all my life, not much scared me. I’d already faced monsters parading around as upstanding citizens. But life hadn’t prepared me for a biker who would lure me in, kidnap me, and abuse me for five years. I got Fawn out of it, my precious girl, and a lot of bad memories. Being tossed into a dumpster and left to die wasn’t at the top of my list, but Renegade found me. I’ve never had a man be kind to me or my daughter before — especially not a biker — and I’m not sure what to think. I want to trust him, but I don’t want to give him my heart only to have him turn out like every other man I’ve ever known. It would break me.

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Renegade, a member of the Devil’s Boneyard Motorcycle Club, was at the liquor store stacking up on booze when he heard a noise and decided to take a look in case someone was going to rob the store. Instead he finds a filthy young girl who wouldn’t talk but showed him to a dumpster. What he finds shocks him. A young woman, beaten, cut, and unconscious was left in the dumpster to die.

The young woman, Darby, had been kidnapped at the age of 15, raped and became pregnant soon after. Boomer, the leader of the Mayhem Riders Nomads, the man who kidnapped her used the two of them against each other to keep them in line. After being rescued by Renegade, she is confused whether or not to trust him with her and her daughter’s safety.

I enjoyed the plot and as soon as I started reading, I couldn’t stop. It is a sobering reminder of what can happen when someone makes a mistake that can change your life forever. We also get to see the resilience of the young and the protectiveness of a mother’s love. Then there is the fact that, although Renegade couldn’t see himself with a family, after a few hours he can’t imagine his life without them.

The characters were complex with their own issues and hopes. I enjoyed seeing Renegade opening his house and heart to the abused women. One of the cutest moments is watching Fawn, the young girl, run into his arms calling him daddy. Fawn’s trust was easy for him to earn as he was the one who rescued her mom but it was heartbreaking seeing her flinch away from everyone else.

Darby remembered Renegade and his sister, as she had gone to high school with his sister Nikki. She had a crush on him, but knew he was too old for her at the time. She was also impressed at how her daughter was treated, with care and love. Another funny moment was watching Renegade buy them both clothing and other items they would need, completely out of his element as he had no idea what they needed.

This is a book full of harsh truths, hope, and a love that overcomes tragedy. It shows that a family can be made from the worst circumstances and that the past isn’t going to hold back those who want to have a new future.


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