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Friday, November 29, 2013

Blog Tour: Storm by Nina Levine

Release Date: 26th November 2013


Life can be a bitch but love can get you through any storm.

Madison Cole’s family is the Storm Motorcycle Club. Her father is the President and her brother is the VP. She grew up surrounded by bikers, crime and violence. Two years ago she walked away from her family and the world they live in. Her soul was shattered, her heart was broken and she had an addiction she couldn't shake. She picked up the pieces and put herself back together. Now her family wants her back. The club is being threatened and they send a club member to return her home to safety; the one person that could destroy everything she has worked so hard to build.

Jason Reilly has sacrificed a lot for the motorcycle club he calls family. Two years ago he made the biggest sacrifice of all; he gave up the woman he loved for them. Now he is being sent to bring her back and he is conflicted. He thought he was over her but discovers their connection is as strong as ever. Their love was all-consuming, passionate and fiery. It was also their undoing and he doesn't know if either of them is strong enough to battle the demons that ripped them apart, to find love again. 

Madison and Jason are brought back together by a force out of their control; one that pushes them to a breaking point. Can they overcome their past and discover a love worth fighting for or will the harsh reality of their world finally and completely break them both?

4 Star Review by Jen Hagen

Madison is the daughter of a motorcycle club (MC) president.  Storm is the motorcycle club that has controlled her father’s life and also extends down to her brother as he is the vice president.  All her life she has been controlled by the rules of the club.  After an event that changed her perspective on the club, Madison began to question club business.  From what I understand about the motorcycle club business from books, you never ask about club business.  Jason is a member of Storm, and he and Madison had been in a relationship for 2 years.  He wasn’t willing to include her in his ways of life and what business entailed,  and this caused a rift in their relationship.  After an event that changed her life,  Madison and Jason’s relationship went south, Madison took to drinking , and Jason told Madison it would be best if she left.   Madison took his advice and never looked back.

He had sent me away; he didn’t love me or want me anymore.

 Madison has been gone from the MC for 2 years now and is being ordered back home in order to protect her.  A rival MC president has declared intentions on harming those who have done him wrong in the past.  This doesn’t bode well for Madison’s future as she walked away from this man before he was president.   Madison’s brother and father decide it is in her best interest if she returns home so that they can protect her.  Who better to bring her back home but Jason?  Let’s just rip the band-aid off immediately and face the man who pushed her away and who still makes her feel things she shouldn’t.  Jason is also fighting back feelings that should be gone but still remain within him.

“You feel it too, don’t you?”…  -- Jason

Things aren’t always what they seem, and the reason for Jason’s persistence in getting Madison to leave him and the club came at a price to his future happiness also.  Madison and Jason need to try to heal their broken hearts and even if they can admit they still have deep-rooted feelings for each other, there is still the trust issue to overcome.

“You gave up on us, you took the club’s side like you always did…” -- Madison
“Let’s get one thing straight, right now.  I did not give up on us…”—Jason

Madison still can’t move on from wanting to know what Jason does when he enters the doors of the clubhouse until the time he comes home.  She needs to learn how to trust him, that he will do what is best for him, her and the club.    Madison is a strong, stubborn, independent woman but with the right amount of love, support, and understanding from somebody who has been in her shoes, she is able to put one front in front of the other and move towards finding her happily ever after with Jason. 

“I don’t know if I’ll ever be totally okay with all the stuff you have to do for the club, but I’m okay with putting my trust in you and in the fact that you do it for me and our families.” – Madison

“To give me that, is to give me everything.”  -- Jason


I grabbed my purse and headed outside to go and buy lunch.  J was on the phone, but saw me come outside and signalled for me to wait.
“I’m going to buy lunch, J.  And I only get an hour so I don’t have time to wait for you,” I said, tersely.  He kept talking and scowled at me.  I turned and started to walk away from him, towards the cafe where I always bought lunch.
I could hear him muttering something into the phone and then he must have ended his call because he went silent.  Then, he barked, “Madison!”
The last thing I wanted to do was stop for him, but there was something in his tone; a ‘don’t fuck with me’ command.  So I stopped, and turned around to look at him.  Oh, my.  He was shitty. 
He stalked to where I was and got in my face.  “Why the fuck do you have to be so difficult about this?” He was fuming.
Well, I could see him, and raise him in his anger.  “Maybe it has something to do with the way Scott has gone about this.  And the fact that he sent you!”
He flinched.  It was only for a second, and most people wouldn’t have even noticed it.  But I knew J, and I saw it.  It surprised the fuck out of me.  “Well then, it looks like we’ve got some shit to sort out, babe, because I’m not going anywhere.”
“I don’t want to sort shit out with you.  That ship sailed two fucking years ago, J,” I spat.
He gripped my arm, pulling me closer, “No, it fucking didn’t,” he growled, eyes blazing, “And you can’t deny there’s still something here.  I feel it and I know you feel it too.”
I laughed.  No, actually, I cackled.  “You wanna fuck, J?  I can feel that, and, yeah, if you wanna go there, I’m all for it.  But don’t mistake my desire for your cock for anything else.”

About the Author

Nina Levine is an Aussie writer who writes stories about hot, alpha men and the tough, independent women they love. You won't find any whiny, spineless women in Nina's books and you certainly won't find weak men. 

A warning though, you will find hot, dirty sex, lots of swearing, occasional violent encounters and men and women who live fast and love hard.

Nina's debut book Storm will be releasing in November 2013. It is based around the Storm Motorcycle Club and is the first book in an MC series.

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