Review: Chaos Unchained (Outlaw MC #1) by James Cox

March 11, 2015 Review 0

Review: Chaos Unchained (Outlaw MC #1) by James Cox

What if bad guys ruled the world and the good guys were the outlaws?

I’m Chaos, patch member of Outlaw MC of Mars. We fight against the government’s warped rules under the guise of hover bike enthusiasts. Gays are put to death. Women are used for breeding. Dark skinned men are considered slaves. I told you our world is messed up and the battle is going to be bloody.

I’m currently on my way to earth for a six-month prison sentence. Level six is for sex, a twisted buffet of ass and mouth. Level five is for the fights. That’s where I shine. Beau is a sexy Hispanic man that’s too goofy to play with the big boys. He’s a follower that was loaned to me for some quick, naked fun. But it turned into something else. I didn’t do relationships because of my past. My father was a serial killer, childhood trauma, blah, blah. But it seems that now, I had a boyfriend. It’s all confusing.

Beau is released from prison before me. Can I survive three months without his calming touch? Will he survive on Mars with my dangerous and violent club without me?

Title: Chaos Unchained
Author: James Cox
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Handsome Hero Wanted, A Rampant Hunger, The Virus Maker, Heart of a Hero
Series: Outlaw MC
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Underneath His Armor, Behavior Problem, With Tongue and Teeth, Swallowing Mayhem
Published by Evernight Publishing
Source: Author
Published: February 18, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 61
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

I’m have to point out that Chaos Unchained is definitely more prison romance than motorcycle club romance. Readers first meet Chaos and enter this world while Chaos is still on Mars. He has been sentenced to six months on Earth (which is now a mining prison) for being caught with alcohol. This allows for the majority of the book to take place with Chaos and Beau in prison. The end portion of the last chapter takes place within the motorcycle club. In this dismal future alcohol among many other things are illegal with harsh punishments for offenders. Many of the things we have in everyday life are illegal in James Cox’s Outlaw MC world.

It’s not long after his arrival on Earth that Chaos is introduced to how his life will go for the next six months. There is an interesting hierarchy to this prison way of life. The few guards don’t care what the inmates do. The inmates either mine, hook themselves out, or they fight. Chaos immediately knows which option is right for him, he fights. It’s after his first fight that he meets Beau.

It doesn’t take long for Beau to become the balm that soothes Chaos. They make the most of the short time they have together. Beau only has three month of his four year sentence left. This concerns Beau a bit. He knows that once he is back on Mars he doesn’t have anywhere to go. He will be just another injustice homeless face. Mars and its laws and judicial system are full of flaws.

I think the set up for correcting the wrongs of this world has been touched on in the pages of this very sexy novella. At this point the motorcycle club aspect of the series has been barely touched on. The other members are briefly introduced. Their thoughts on making Mars a better place to live have been mentioned as with the person who must be brought down. I believe that these are the places that readers will be taken with future books in this series.

Gay Romance

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