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The Vice President

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When Hunt’s daughter goes missing, he’ll do whatever it takes to find her. Unexpectedly, the vice president of Rebel Rage MC stumbles across the right woman along the way.

After a hot encounter with a sexy, arrogant biker, Peyton never expected to see him again, but fate has other plans. When she is unwittingly pulled into a dangerous situation far beyond her control, Hunt swoops back into her life, vowing to protect her.

Will Hunt be able to save both his daughter and the woman he loves, or will this threat be too much for the MC to handle?

Escape into the world of Rebel Rage MC, where laws don’t apply, loyalty is everything, and love is worth fighting for. The Vice President is book two of the Rebel Rage MC trilogy, which started with The President and will conclude with The Prospect.

230 pages, Kindle Edition

First published October 14, 2019

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Addy Archer

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Addy Archer is a contemporary and romantic suspense writer who loves rough bikers twisted with a hint of romance and sassy women.

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Profile Image for TMR.
533 reviews669 followers
October 22, 2019
Note: I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Hooked, line and sinker!

I think that's the way the expression goes.

Anyway this book WAS AMAZING! Mindblowingly so.

It had everything I usually want in a biker romance: romance, mystery, action, confessions of love and all, some awesome ass-kicking, and family time, especially if the hero has a daughter, or the heroine does!

So naturally I was swooning by the end, almost fell down the stairs because of my dreaming..

But shush, don't tell anyone. They'll make fun of me even more.

But let's get on with the review.

The cover - Damn delicious. Hehe. I just couldn't help but swoon just a little. It's hard to control when you've got an amazing as hell cover. So definitely one rating for that.

The storyline: I always like a bit of a softie hero especially when he has a child. Kinda get to see both the soft and badboy-like side, and it's a wonderful and totally heartwarming combination. Especially when he fights to rescue both his girls, the child and his woman. So naturally I fell for that storyline. Totally worth points.

The romance: Steamy and giving me all kinds of feelings! I wished they were real so bad, or I could find close enough people in real life to give a tribute to them. DAAMN Me. The dialogues, the chase, the heartwarming confessions, the time they spent together, so darn loveable. Sigh...

The characters: Well the hero is definitely something of a gem. The way he's going against all odds to go and save his daughter and teaming up with his gang, it's all so damn emotional and heartblowing stuff. Got me right in the heart! The daughter is so adorable, so cute and precious hehe, I couldn't love her like an older sibling so yeah, she got me quick.. The heroine has her own special place in my heart, so relatable, strong, confident, worthy of my love hehe. And the gang were also fun to be with, like a virtual side character, totally wished they were real, I bet we would have had tons of fun hehe.

HEA and previous book characters: Oh what an ending, I couldn't help but cry a little.

And for me to cry, it's a miracle, because I never cry, no matter what the book entails in itself. So indeed what a miracle.

So I loved the HEA they all got, I mean they did deserve the HEA after what they all went through. Gee. And it was so good to see the other previous characters, though in a cameo of sorts, but still good to see them all.

So I recommend this with all my heart. What a novel!

Until the next read,

Profile Image for Marie Vasquez.
1,598 reviews73 followers
October 13, 2019
I totally loved Hunt and Peyton’s story. There was so much more suspense and action than in the previous book.

The Vice President picks up where The President left off...with Hunt’s daughter missing. This is when Hunt meets her friend, Peyton, and is quickly taken in by her beauty and sass. Peyton is another awesome heroine. She’s lived her whole life around bikers and won’t let this new group aka The Rebel Rage MC, intimidate her. She can hold her own against even the VP himself and has no qualms about speaking her mind or putting them in her place.

With Peyton in danger and a brewing MC war, Hunt quickly and easily sweeps Peyton under his wing of protection - not just for himself, but for his little girl.

For a quick read, this book definitely had me at the edge of my seat the whole time. I’m anxious for the conclusion of this series in The Prospect.
Profile Image for Neringa Neringiukas.
1,233 reviews73 followers
September 16, 2020
So, the story continues where ended in The President of RRMC, just another couple. I like when author plays and things ends up being different then you thought.
This club is something, tough. First prez, now VP. No normal claiming of old ladies. It has to be messed up situation, that's for sure. But I like it.
This book has more dangerous things happening, that made me a bit anxious and not sure what to expect next.
Profile Image for Samantha Grubey.
Author 4 books26 followers
June 30, 2022
So this is the book about my favourite man Hunt. I was really excited when we got to his book yet I kind of couldn’t help but face palm. So once he finds his daughter who he thought is missing turns out a woman, Peyton, took her and left a note at his house calling him an asshole. So he brings Raven back home along with Peyton once Raven is out the way. Hunt takes Peyton to the garage and fucks her bare. Yes that is just what you do when you meet a woman. I mean I wasn’t very surprised when a couple weeks later she turned up pregnant, that’s the risk when you have unprotected sex.

So we discover that Peyton is actually an MC Princess to the rival MC, Alaric then tells Hunt to leave her alone and that they don’t need that shit. Then she turns up pregnant and then the whole situation is turned on its head. Hunt goes there and claims her, so this is where one of my favourite scenes is in this book. Peyton’s brother Stone arrives at her house to take her and hide her as her father has agreed to hand Peyton over to the Cartel to be somebody’s wife. Stone and Hunt furious protect Peyton as their is an attack at the house. So once Stone is told that Peyton is pregnant he then scolds her for telling Hunt over text and honestly it was just so entertaining with everything going off he still has time to scold her.

So it is revealed in this that the woman that Rebel Rage MC saved from the bad man’s house in book 1 is actually Peyton and Stone’s baby sister. Which brings even more drama and suspense to the overall plot and damn the writing certainly knew how to drop those nuggets good for us to follow.

I really liked the relationship between Hunt and Peyton and I love that Angie was also at the clubhouse to make Peyton feel a little more settled although she is an MC princess her mother tried to keep her away as much as possible as she knew the MC life could be cruel to girls. So I really liked that we had Angie to help her.

I really liked the plot in this we continue with having the cartel after Peyton so she can replace her sister and be sold to marry the man whose name I have also forgotten. They then decide to work with the DEA to help them with their issue of the cartel and the rival MC who aren’t behind Stone.

I really liked that through this book we see Linc the prospect getting very protected over Apple also known as Harper Hunt and Peyton’s sister, she pushes them away as she doesn’t want them to be hurt. Thankfully she manages to warm up to Linc and I really liked their bond so obviously I was very excited when his book is the next one.

There’s so much I want to talk about but actually can’t because it’s massive spoilers, but either way I liked this book a lot better than the first one and it made me really love the characters even more. I especially had a different appreciation for Alaric and Angie in this book and actually liked them a little better than their own book.
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2,718 reviews4 followers
February 16, 2020
I wanted to give this two stars mostly because it’s the very reason I always avoided MC books, zero respect for women, absolutely nothing. It starts out like a Bully romance, calling her a bitch as if it’s her name, he also has the lovely (sic) habit of instead of saying “move your ass” it’s “get you c*nt in that truck/chair/bed”.
I hated how he manhandled her, that’s another no no for me, and her hatred for him was pathetically short and quickly got over. I’d have liked to see him actually ask for forgiveness which he doesn’t and I’d really have liked to see him work at earning her trust, but I don’t get that either.
So why 3 stars? Because the ending was sweet and I’m actually wanting to read the next book, I just hope Link has some respect, but I’m not holding my breath.
This quote really says it all.
The chicks we had hanging around here for entertainment purposes are clingy as fuck. Always need to be told shit twice or three times, as if they don’t want to hear or listen but do what they want. Yet these two? This is what makes an old lady—respect, loyalty, and understanding.”

See women aren’t puppies, we have every right to do as we please and earning respect by Obeying isn’t really earning respect as much as getting a pat on the head...”good dog”.
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Profile Image for Julie.
2,005 reviews27 followers
October 15, 2019
The story starts as a continuation from book 1.
Vice President Hunt’s daughter seems to be missing and he’ll do anything to find her.
This instalment I found to be slightly less intense as the first but just as enjoyable nonetheless. Hunt’s not the best father in the world, he knows it, but he tries his best. Peyton is a young woman he meets in his search and she happens to be someone his daughter adores, and calls her friend.

I enjoyed this storyline. The written was fairly strong and a few giggles can be found. The characters once again are extremely good and well developed, the dialogue is raw and coarse but fits the genre.
There’s characters we’ve seen before and some who we’ll visit later (I can’t wait that)
A twist or two for a little excitement and we have an excellent story.
I throughly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it!
Profile Image for Pamela.
3,507 reviews27 followers
October 16, 2019
Hunt is the Vice President of the Rebel Rage MC and a single father to Raven. Raven has gone missing and Hunt is looking everywhere trying to find her. He comes across Peyton, a young woman that knows his daughter Raven. Peyton has grown up around bikers so she takes none of their crap. Hunt is immediately attracted to her and takes her under his protection when things get dangerous. This was a good short story and I am looking forward to the next book, The Prospect.
22 reviews2 followers
February 26, 2021
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 February 2021

I had high hopes for Hunt as he appeared to be a nice guy in the first book (well not as much of a neanderthal and asshole as his President) and he did come across as a little more realistic and likeable but not much more than that. It would have been nice to have seen his relationship with his daughter, Raven more in the storyline rather than a couple of dialogues and his rushing to pick her up. As for Peyton, this was probably the biggest let down for me. She's an MC Princess and steers clear of bikers and doesn't trust easily and then meets Hunt and gives up her virginity against a wall behind a garage a couple hours after meeting him. Then she’s concerned about not having used protection and then decides to not take the morning after pill. For some strange reason i carried on reading even though I knew this book was going to disappoint me. I did however like the relationship between Raven and Peyton. Much like the first book this book lacks depth and character development and much like the first book, the author has dropped the C word in as many times as she possibly can. In the very first chapter Hunt tells Peyton (the mother of his unborn child) to get her C**t in the car - is this supposed to make the reader fall in love with him? This is the father of a little girl and this is how he speaks to women. No Thanks. If you want to use this word, go ahead, but that many times is just trying too hard. Hunt did become nicer as the book progressed but for me it was too little too late. Peyton lacked self respect and had low expectations and wasn't really the strong, independent woman i had hoped she would be. She was more gobby than strong.

As with the first book, this could have been so much more enjoyable if it actually delved properly into the storyline and built the characters relationships at a more believable pace and if the author had created a gritty and dark MC Romance with likeable characters and an MC built on loyalty and respect including towards women.

I’ve reads hundreds of MC Romances and therefore know it is possible to write a rough, possessive biker who loves hard and treats women with respect. This book isn’t one of them.

Having now read two of this 3 book series, I won't be bothering to read Link and Harper's story. Very glad this series was available on KU and i didn't waste my money purchasing them.
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736 reviews23 followers
September 3, 2020
Um, hello hotness! Right out of the gate Hunt and Peyton have an encounter that threatens to burn the pages of the book! Holy goodness, gracious man!

Hunt lives for the brotherhood in the club, but he is more than just a biker. He's a single dad who does everything he can to protect his daughter from the cruelties of the world and on some levels, the club. Even though he has a soft spot for certain people, it doesn't mean he's any less brutal. No, he's very much in your face, you better be scared and see the end of life coming at you quickly.

Peyton is the princess of a rival MC and doesn't expect the hot encounter with Hunt, or the rough treatment afterward. Her main goal was to protect Raven, a little girl she's instantly connected with and watches out for. As a promise she gave to her mother, it's not one she's willing to break. Having been around bikers all her life, she knows the lifestyle and has seen all the bad that can come from a tainted and disgraced club. It makes her wary of trust and anything good that goes with it.

Their connection is strong and very obvious from the beginning. When they come back to each other, it's just as explosive on many levels! One of the things I loved the most is the road names that are used for Peyton and Raven. Their connection adds another layer of the vulnerability of all three characters but also the absolute love that comes with it. It's such a good book that will suck you and have you racing to get the 3rd and final book in the series like I did!
Profile Image for Kathy Wideman.
2,155 reviews27 followers
September 8, 2020
This is the second book in this series and they must be read in order. Hunt and Peyton meet because of his daughter. He is always late picking up daughter Raven from school. Peyton waits with her until one day she takes Raven home with her because of how late Hunt is. Hunt thinks she has been taken and when he finds out she isn’t he has some questions. Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on your point of view. Hunt thinks with a different part of his body then he should be. This leads them to wind up connected. Peyton gets wrapped up in the stuff that has been going on with the club and Hunt claims her as his. Turns out she is a princess from another club. This could add to their problems or perhaps make them easier. Things keep piling up around the club. Peyton and Hunt will need to figure out their issues and decide how the want to go forward. This book continues on from the first. I love these characters so much. The women joining the club as ol’ ladies are changing things. In a good way. The guys realize for the first time their enemies have a way at them that really matters. Peyton, Hunt, and Raven are so great together. This book had me hooked right from the start and I can’t wait to read the next book in this series. Fantastic job Addy.
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6,107 reviews50 followers
May 28, 2022
First things first; I like the cover of this book!
The vice president of rebel rage is the second book in the ‘’rebel rage’’ series.
This story is short, fast paced and an enjoyable read. I read this book in one sitting and was satisfied throughout. I found the writing style easy to follow, the characters likeable and the storyline enjoyable. Hunter is the vice president of the rebel rage MC. He is also a busy single father. Peyton comes from a biker background. When Hunter and Peyton meet, sparks fly but will love blossom?
The chemistry between Hunter and Peyton is clear to see and I liked them together.
I loved Peyton’s bond with Raven.
I liked the ending and the epilogue for this story.
The storyline for this book is easy to follow and it is an enjoyable read.
Profile Image for Carlise.
391 reviews
July 30, 2022
Loved it!

It’s weird, but this one is my favorite of the series. Ima sucker for lust at first sight.

This one is a bit more chaotic because there are so many additional moving parts to the story. Where we left off in Alaric’s story picks up here. Hunt and Peyton are parts of rival MC’s, but their attraction and connection cannot be denied. When the betrayal Rebel Rage is linked to Peyton’s brother MC, Trigger Pull..the connection gets even bigger.

Peyton and Hunt’s daughter Raven are best buds and that helps her to form an everlasting bond with Hunt. All he has to do is keep her safe while he cleans up the mess between his MC, her MC, the cartel and the DEA.

Loved this story and the connection between Peyton and Hunt..even Raven. The story continues..
Profile Image for Wendy Hodges.
2,171 reviews33 followers
September 5, 2020
Continues on from book one. Powerful and full on both with action and emotions. The suspense builds even more as various threats start to convene in one place, with two women now in danger the MC pulls out all the stops to try and protect them. I love these characters, the men are alpha and protective but also know how to give the women their space and understand that they are strong, feisty and independent more than able to help and understand the way of MC life, therefore to a certain degree can be included in what goes on. That makes this refreshing and new, it isn't all "I can't tell you it's club business" like most MC books. I am really enjoying being consumed into these stories and I already know that book 3 is going to be a real humdinger emotion wise, I can already feel myself getting nervous for what's to come, Harper has already been through so much that we don't know the details of. I'm diving straight in, oh good news for anyone thinking of reading these all 3 are already available so no waiting.. Yay 🤩🤩🤩
Profile Image for Rose.
1,652 reviews
October 5, 2020
The Vice President is book 2 of the Rebel Rage MC trilogy series written by a new author for me. But after reading book 1 & 2, I'm a fan of Addy Archer. Hooked, line and sinker! This is Hunt and Peyton story! Hunt is the VP of the Rebel Rage MC and a father to Raven. Peyton is the princess of a rival MC, Trigger Pull MC. The plot is interesting and full of sexy bikers, sassy and strong ladies, cute little girl, suspense, lies, threats, action, emotions and romance. I can’t recommend this book enough. I am looking forward to the next book, The Prospect.
2,498 reviews89 followers
August 31, 2020
He just wants to raise his daughter and live for his club, she just lost her mother. One promise changes everything. Will he be able to convince her he wants more? Will she survive the twists her life is taking?

And the hits just keep coming. I loved the fact that despite her past, she was really strong and determined to not let others dictate her life. He definitely proved that he viewed her as more and was determined to do whatever it took to keep his family safe. Great read!
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593 reviews4 followers
September 13, 2020
This book continues where we left off at the end of the first book. Hunt as always is late to pick up his daughter from school and when he get there she's missing. After the message the club received from their enemies everyone is thinking the worst about where Raven could be. Hunt will do anything to get his daughter back. This is another fast paced quick read full of action, deceit and twist & turns. Looking forward to the conclusion of this trilogy with The Prospect.
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675 reviews2 followers
November 15, 2020
VP On The Rampage

I have had one of the authors of this duo on speed buy because she never fails to deliver on a book full of emotion, drama and love. But this series to me, I feel another level added to the normal vibe. And these two should write a whole lot more together. Hunt is VP of Rebel Rage and Peyton is the daughter of their mortal enemy. This is the continuation of the series and the story of Hunt and Peyton.
Profile Image for Kelly Fountain.
954 reviews2 followers
August 5, 2020
Another quick read in this series but completely enjoyed it. I loved Hunt and Peyton together. It was explosive and hot. There’s action and danger hanging in the background. Hunt will protect what’s his and Peyton now belongs to him and him alone. Just when you think it may be all over, it’s not and that leads us into the next story. Good read.
Profile Image for Pearl.
1,969 reviews9 followers
October 14, 2020

I read the first book and wasn't impressed at all. Had friends rave about this series so I thought i would try again. It's pretty much an insta-love trope with a MC twist. The sex scenes definitely need some work. It ends in a cliffie so be warned. Think I'll pass on the next one.
Profile Image for Julie Jackson.
2,063 reviews10 followers
May 19, 2020
A must read

Hunt and Peyton are fabulous. I love her no nonsense attitude and her loyalty within the MC world. Hunt has to find his daughter but in the end, he will get much more that he thought he would. Awesome writing.
738 reviews1 follower
September 3, 2020
Another great one

This is another stellar read in the world of Addy Archer. This book has it all.... action, intrigue, deceit and love. Peyton and Hunter are perfect and so is this book!!
Profile Image for Debbie Earley.
2,104 reviews10 followers
November 9, 2020

I couldn't put this book down. From beginning to end it action packed. Hunt & Payton couldn't be more perfect for each other and Raven is such a cutie. These guys can't seem to catch a break and the hits keep coming. I can't wait to read Prospect.
386 reviews1 follower
February 20, 2021
Not this one

Ok, I liked the first book in this series but not so much this one. I don't really know why, it just seemed to off for me. I hate to say it but I won't read the next. Shirley
161 reviews1 follower
April 30, 2021
Loved this book, not only does it have great characters and a wonderful storyline but had me laughing through most of the book. Dead Skunk just lifted the whole book for me, maybe because she reminded me of myself at that age. This series needs to be read in order as it’s a continuous story.
2,884 reviews4 followers
May 20, 2022
One time is all it takes for Hunt to get a rival MC Princess pregnant and for him to be obsessed with making Peyton his but there is more at play here and the Rebel Rage MC is in for a fight before Hunt and Peyton get their HEA in this exciting read.
2,089 reviews12 followers
November 26, 2022
This book was absolutely incredible I love Pey pey potatoe and how sweet she is to Raven. Hunt was meant to have a woman like Peyton in his life and I adore how they all tie together in this story. The Prospect is going to be incredible and I can't wait to see what happens next.
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