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Publisher's Summary

Rebelling against her legacy as the MC's princess, Tru Tennyson escaped the ruthless, male-dominated culture of the Defiance motorcycle club. Three years later, her newfound freedom is ripped away, thanks to a massive hybrid storm that killed millions. Now, in the post-Chaos world of semi-darkness and near-total anarchy where gangs rule, she discovers the dangerous world of Defiance may be the one thing that can keep her safe.
Tru is at the MC's mercy when she's dragged back to her former home... and to the only man she's ever pictured a future with. Caspar is the bastard son of the club's leader, her safe haven when life got rough - and her onetime lover the night she left. When Tru refuses to trade sex for power and be claimed by a rival club leader, she also dares to announce she wants Caspar instead, throwing the MC into turmoil.
Tru's brazen revolt could start a gang war and destroy the club from within. Now both Tru and the MC must wait for Caspar's response... and the inevitable fallout.
©2013 Stephanie Tyler (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Katheryne on 12-06-13

Sons of Anarchy rip-off

So I was really hoping I would enjoy listening to this book more than I actually did. I thought the concept of this story was really interesting and different - a Post-Apocalyptic MC club. Cool! Unfortunately, it just fell flat. There wasn't enough backstory to make me care about the characters and the multiple point-of-views were confusing and very distracting. The story wasn't all that original either. There were so many blatant rip-offs from Sons of Anarchy that I could actually see the scenes from the TV show while I listened.
If you are looking for a good MC series I would suggest a Kristen Ashley or Madeline Sheehan book.

2.5 stars

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kaylyn Davis on 02-11-14

Great Biker Read!

Would you consider the audio edition of Defiance to be better than the print version?

No because I did have a bit of a problem with Bishop's and Matthais accent.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Casper! He was a great character. Very well developed and had depth.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Yes with some of the male voices. They sounded a lot alike.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Silas picked Casper over his family

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3 out of 5 stars
By Parcival on 07-19-17

Narrator can't cut tough guy

I liked the way it ask the question about loyalty, and what that means in this post chaos world. Is your loyalty to your loved one or to your MC. It deals with family issues quite well.
I didn't like the mid way cheese fest. The characters start out being all tough and guarded and then they act like love sick puppies and it wasn't convincing to listen to.
I think it would come across better as words on a page but the narrator struggled to portray the manly voices, as any woman would in this particular story. The accents seemed off, you could barely tell characters apart because of it.
This would have served for better listening had they used two of three narrators.
The final chapter was good enough although a little predictable and some of the terms she uses for private parts sound silly.

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