We have Arianne who grew up in motorcycle gang and dream of leaving the life behind. She wanted to escape to the normal world, because she would get more respect.
"So what? I'm supposed to be grateful that he respects me? In the civilian world, women get that kind of respect every day, and they don't have to shoot someone to earn it."Okay most of that is true, but still in the normal life woman don't always get respect. We have our own problems, granted there isn't too many people offing others off to get respect. Sorry I'm digressing here. Actually, I didn't mind Arianne until we got half way through the story where she was grating on my nerves with her cries for freedom. Her hot and cold issues just wanted me to slap her across the face and yell you have a good man. I actually like when Jagger tries to explain to her she wouldn't be happy if she went into the real world.
"You will struggle just as hard to earn respect from men when you try to get a job in a mechanic's shop. But this world, you know. You have power here. The kind of power Viper fears and can't control."So, throughout the story Arianne believing she has nothing and needs her freedom.
I like Jagger, because he really did care for Arianne. He took his roll as a president serious and willing to do anything for the club. However, he did have a weak spot and that was Arianne.
I liked Rough Justice. There was a lot drama. The first thing that crossed my mind when I started the story was oh my this is Romeo and Juliet if they took place in motorcycle gang. After all, Jagger is the president of the Sinner's Tribe, and Arianne is the daughter of Black Jacks leader. Yep, that's going to cause drama, especially when Viper decides to break the truce. We also meet other members of the group and Arianne's friend. I guess we have to see what happens from here on out. I think those who like Son's of Anarchy might enjoy reading Rough Justice.
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