Unruly: Knights in Black Leather

Paperback | February 23, 2016

byMelissa Marr

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The second novel in Ronnie Douglas’ sexy Southern Wolves motorcycle club series—reminiscent of Kristen Ashley and Jay Crownover—tells the story of an aspiring fashion designer and a biker who discover a desire that knows no limits.

When the daughter of one of the Southern Wolves gets a flat in the middle of a thunderstorm, there’s only one thing to do—strip down to her underwear and get a little muddy. But when Alamo, the sexy biker shows up to rescue Ellen yet again, things are bound to get a whole lot dirtier.

Between the trouble he left behind and club rules, Alamo knows he needs to stay clear of Ellen. He’s not looking for a woman or complications—even when that woman is everything a man could want. Unfortunately, Ellen isn’t playing by anyone’s rules but her own these days, and a Southern woman who’s been raised by Wolves is awfully hard to deny.

So when they give in to their raging attraction, both get much more than they bargained for.

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The second novel in Ronnie Douglas’ sexy Southern Wolves motorcycle club series—reminiscent of Kristen Ashley and Jay Crownover—tells the story of an aspiring fashion designer and a biker who discover a desire that knows no limits.When the daughter of one of the Southern Wolves gets a flat in the middle of a thunderstorm, there’s only ...

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Nothing’s sexier than breaking all the rules . . .When the daughter of one of the Southern Wolves gets a flat in the middle of a thunderstorm, there’s only one thing to do—strip down to her underwear and get a little muddy. But when Alamo, the sexy biker shows up to rescue Ellen yet again, things are bound to get a whole lot dirtier.Be...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.68 inPublished:February 23, 2016Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062389629

ISBN - 13:9780062389626

Customer Reviews of Unruly: Knights in Black Leather

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Vanilla MC story UNRULY is the second installment in Ronnie Douglas’ (aka Melissa Marr) contemporary, new adult/adult KNIGHTS IN BLACK LEATHER romance series focusing on the members of the Southern Wolves MC, This is fashion design student/singer Ellie, and Alejandro ‘Alamo’ Diaz’s story line. UNRULY can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Some of the premise of UNRULY runs parallel and overlaps with the premise of book one-UNDAUNTED. Told from first person point of view (Ellie), and third person (Alamo) UNRULY follows Alamo as he heads to the Tennessee chapter of the Southern Wolves. Following the brutal beating of a man not worthy to breathe, Alamo knows to protect his family and stay out of prison, he must head out of town before the police come looking. What ensues is Alamo’s acclimation into the Tennessee Chapter of the Wolves MC, and his building relationship with a woman from whom he has been warned to stay away. Enter Ellie-the daughter of a deceased member of the MC, and the woman who calls to Alamo’s heart. The relationship between Ellie and Alamo is very,very slow to build as weeks to months will pass without our leading couple having any interaction with one another. There is a slight ‘love triangle’ vibe throughout the story as Ellie’s previous ‘friends with benefits’ is unwilling to let go of what was never his. Alamo’s past seeks and finds our story line hero, dragging Ellie into a dangerous situation. Once again, as in the previous installment, the character building is limited-we know and learn very little about Alejandro Diaz. There is a definite Young Adult (YA) feel to the story line : the violence is behind the scenes; the $ex scenes are all implied; there is no graphic conflict or text; the leading couple are rarely in one another company without a third party or several other people around. The ‘love triangle’ trope adds another hint to the stylizing of the YA story line but given the author Ronnie Douglas is YA author Melissa Marr I am going to presume that the jump from YA to adult has not come full circle. There are too many young adult (YA) story line missives to overlook. Knights in Black Leather is a vanilla version of the MC (Motorcycle Club) series. Most if not all of the violence is behind the scenes and rarely brought directly into the story line. The $ex scenes are mostly implied or fade to black-the lack of chemistry between the characters is disappointing. If you are a fan of YA story lines then UNRULY may be for you.
Date published: 2016-02-23