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Random & Rare (Lock & Key Book 2) by [Porter, Cat]
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One man's love is forever.
Even when he's gone.


WARNING: this book will rip your heart out

An end that marks a new journey.
And now, a new beginning
in a wholly unexpected way.
One man’s love prevails beyond a lifetime and propels everyone in its wake forward.

"I am that gash in her soul.
Once I loved her, really loved her.
And she loved me, and it was so fucking beautiful.
Once.
That pendulum swings to and fro.
We’re here,
and then we’re—
No.
How can that rare beautiful be rendered irrelevant, intangible when I still feel so damn much?
Does all that energy, that glory, that significance simply dissolve?
Turn to smoke?
To nothing?
It can’t. It just can’t.
Are the moments that shape us absolutely random?
Is time not fluid?
I made promises to them, to her.
Especially to her.
Promises I still burn to keep."


"Random & Rare" is the SEQUEL to "Lock & Key", book 1 of the Lock & Key Series. Book 1 must be read first. This is a contemporary motorcycle club romance novel

This novel contains adult language, sex, violence and is intended for mature audiences.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3855 KB
  • Print Length: 323 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cat Porter (10 March 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TISOZLU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,766 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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RANDOM & RARE (Lock and Key Book 2) by CAT PORTER

Kindle Friends Forever: Reviewed by Sharon Thérèse Nuttall

The author of Lock and Key has converted me! MC reads aren't usually my cuppa; however, by the time I got to the end of this compellingly good read, I was leaping up and down for joy. Yeah, I'm also a glutton for punishment regarding happy endings and this read certainly takes the cake! But then it got me thinking… How on earth was she going to write the follow up? I had no idea what was in store for me, so when I turned the first page and saw that R & R was written in first person from Dig’s point of view, my delight was ten-fold. Why you may ask! Well, I'd really fallen hard for this drop-dead gorgeous member of the One-eyed Jack MC club and needless to say, I was in for much, much more in his and Grace’s story.

Rewind! Right back to the beginning of Dig and Grace’s relationship. By doing this, the author not only helped me remember each and every miniscule detail between these two protagonists, but as the story progressed, it also shed light on the finer points in the plot. Actually, when I say two protagonists, I really mean three because we meet up with Miller in part two of the story! How I loved this man, too! Considering that two love stories have been woven into different time dimensions, the storyline flows perfectly. Some doubts I'd had about what Dig did or didn't do in Lock & Key became clear and reading his story again didn't bother me in the slightest. Far from it. It was an excellent opportunity to get to know his true persona. He reveals his limitless loyalty to an MC club that’s struggling to survive. He reveals his innermost feelings; his chivalry, his total and utter affection for the only woman he has ever cared for.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars 109 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cat Porter did not disappoint. 12 March 2015
By micharch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
What an interesting story. We get Dig's POV for a little more than the first half of the book and some questions I had from Lock & Key were answered and some misconceptions cleared up. Dig's past was really put into the forefront and it made sense as to why he was the way he was. We get Grace's POV for the rest of the book and find out where she and Miller stand in their quest for a baby. When things don't work out during their first try at surrogacy, Grace spirals into a depression and stays distant from Miller. We find that she has regrets waiting to have a baby with Dig and feels that this whole thing is her fault. Miller and Boner try to pull her out of her depression but it isn't until an unexpected person from the past appears that she is finally given the hope that it will turn out all right. She is reminded of Dig's Latin mantra and decides to take it to heart and start acting on it. Tania shows up unexpectedly back in Grace's life and tries to get Grace back on the right path. When a short trip to scout for antiques goes awry, we find Grace in a difficult situation with Creeper again and we meet her new savior who provides Grace with a gift that was from the heart and provides her with her hopes and dreams. Very nicely done and was just as happy with this book as the first one. I usually do not read paranormal books but this was done in such a great way that I didn't have any issues with it at all.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars Lock & Key was one of my favorite biker books of 2014 11 March 2015
By Christy Baldwin BBU - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 stars

Lock & Key was one of my favorite biker books of 2014. I love Cat Porter’s writing, I loved that the hero/heroine were a little older, and most of all I loved getting into Grace’s past story. The majority of Random & Rare IS that story. It’s the story of Dig and Grace. And it’s told from Dig’s pov.

Dig was one of my favorite characters in the first book. I adore Miller, don’t get me wrong. But Dig is something special. Seeing his relationship with Grace, the things leading up to it was great. What I really loved was how loyal he was. I know being a biker tests you when it comes to doing the right thing/fidelity, and Dig always seemed to pass the test. No matter what other women came his way, deep down he knew that Grace was special and that she was the only woman for him.

Dig’s part of the story was probably the first 65%. It was most definitely my favorite part. The last bit takes place in the present. It starts off where Lock & Key left off. With Miller and Grace.

Grace is going through a hard time. For personal reasons, I could completely sympathize to how she was feeling.

Grace should be the happiest woman alive. After losing everything that ever mattered to her many years ago, she finally is at a good place. She has a man. A man that means the world to her. After losing Dig, she never thought she would have that again. But Miller is all that and more. I don’t want to go into all their issues, but I really felt for Grace and what she was going through. I thought it was the most special thing that everything came full circle for them. And I feel like that was all Dig…

This series is a real win if you’re looking for a great set of biker books. They have a perfect mix of steam, emotion, action, grit and suspense. They also have a lot of love and devotion. You will adore all these characters. And the writing is really top notch. Thought it was painful and emotional to read at times, the ending left a big smile on my face. This is a book and a series I would highly recommend.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Gutwrenching Read From a Unique Perspective.... Gritty, Heartbreaking, But Immensely Satisfying! 15 March 2015
By J. Faltys - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
From what others have told me, I knew that not having read the previous book in this series would leave me feeling a bit cheated. But my love for books set in the MC world, and those full of angst, had me eagerly turning the first page. By the time I was done I was completely captivated by this emotionally intense read and its theme of the choices we make and the ability to move on from the past. From the unforgettable character of Dig to his forever love Grace to her new love Miller this is a story that puts you through a rainbow of emotions with its unique viewpoint and it now has me wanting to get my hands on the previous book while hoping for another installment in the future.

Dig's ending was clear in the previous installment, and in the prologue here, but in this book we dig deeper to see how his actions affected the story then and now. We fall further in love with a man who loved Grace with his whole being. We discover his rough early years that made him the man Grace loved and the reasons behind the choices he made. It's a sensual journey too as he laid claim to Grace through much-needed moments of joy and happiness. Their love was clearly destined to be, but with so many events coming to a head, it was clear that their love would burn out just as brightly. His love for Grace warred with his love for his Brothers and left him pulled in many directions. Ultimately Dig's an admirable man that tried to do right by everyone he cared about and bring happiness to Grace. His ending was an emotional blaze of glory that brought tears to my eyes and left my heart broken. He may be gone but he's definitely not forgotten!

Grace returns to helm the latter half of the story and reminds us of how much Dig meant to so many people. She may have moved on but she owes much to the decisions Dig made and he'd be happy to see how she and her family are doing. Though club business and a face from the past are putting a damper on Grace and Miller's happiness, life with Miller is a bit calmer but just as intense. Throughout it all Grace is a lucky woman to have found two such compelling and powerful men to love. I liked Grace for the most part and her final words put a bow on the love story of Dig/Grace/Miller, a story that was gutwrenching but well-worth every tear I shed. I hope this isn't the end though. Yes, Grace and Miller have earned their ride into the sunset but there's the remaining One-Eyed Jacks who I'd love to see more of. They too were affected by Dig's choices and I'd love to see more in-depth how it's affected them throughout the years. From start to finish this story affected me like no other! Its uniqueness caught me off guard, as did the plethora of emotions it engendered, and I can't recommend it highly enough. Just make sure you have a tissue nearby....
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Absolute Must Read. 11 March 2015
By J - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Listen. I could write this grand review that tells you why I love Random and Rare, and then I could recap different scenes and tell you why I cried and swooned...
But I won't.
This novel is a 5-star book that needs to be read without spoilers or recaps or pre-formed opinions.
Seriously. Read it. And then go and read everything that Cat Porter has written. This woman is a beautiful storyteller and this novel doesn't disappoint.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Random & Rare 25 March 2015
By Kahea - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
*** 3.5 stars ***

I’m always a little hesitant to read books that are prequels to series or those told from the POV of another character of the same events. There is that concern that instead of adding more depth to the existing story it will simply rehash the same events over and over with nothing new to bring to the table, but that isn’t what happens with Random & Rare, it really does give a better understanding of the events that led Grace to where she is when we meet her in Lock & Key. There are a few moments that are rehashed, but they are the moments that are pivotal to Dig and Grace’s relationship and being able to know what motivated Dig to do what he did was important and gave me a better understanding of them as an H/h, but the majority of his part of the book is really giving a more indepth look into who he is and his unflinching devotion to the club and his brothers. This is what held my interest the most, I liked seeing his POV of his and Grace’s relationship, but in the end it was learning about him and the club that held my interest the most.
The last 30% or so is we get back to Grace and Lock and find them in a situation that I’d never wish upon anyone. They aren’t doing so well and fighting to hold on to not only their relationship, but themselves. I felt for both of them and honestly wanted to smack Grace upside the head even though I couldn’t blame her for her thoughts and actions. But what I really did end up enjoying, and getting a little teary over, was how things came full circle at the end. I thought it was well done and made karmic sense.

Overall: I’d love to say that I absolutely adored both Lock & Key and Random & Rare, but in the end I simply liked both books. I enjoyed the story, though there were places that dragged for me, and liked the author’s voice throughout it.

~ I received a copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~