Thursday, April 28, 2016

Book Review: Illusive by Nina Levine

Price: $3.99
Pages: 410


He’s been burnt by love.
Griff Hawkins keeps his pain locked away and the ghosts of his past buried even deeper. Three years ago, he chose the Storm MC as his family and accepted the ways of their violent world. These days, he lives his life with one rule – don’t get attached to anyone but his club.

She longs to be loved.Sophia Barnes aches to know real love, and lives her life with arms wide open, ready to embrace the possibilities that come her way.

When Griff’s past is exposed and his place in the club is jeopardised, he fights for his family the only way he knows how, regardless of the consequences. That is, until he meets the woman who brings him to his knees, giving him something to lose.

Can they teach each other to leave the sins of the past behind in order to find love, or will Griff's demons dictate their future?


Out of all the Storm books, I have to say that this one is my least favorite. I am not 100% sure why that is, but I had a hard time getting into the book from the start, and I didn't really connect to the characters in this one. They seemed a little too vanilla even with the BDSM sex scenes. I actually skimmed most of those since I just wasn't interested. I am sure that others would enjoy this book.

Griff is very quiet and secretive, I think that Sophia does a great job pulling him out of his shell. The two are a really great couple and are perfect for each other. I'm disappointed I didn't like this book as much as the previous ones.

About the Author:

USA Today Bestselling Author Nina Levine is an Aussie author who writes alphas with a side of dirty and sassy women who don't hand their hearts over easily.

When she isn't creating with words, she loves to create with paint and paper. Often though, she can be found curled up with a good book and some chocolate.

( I got this about me off her amazon website! Links below!)


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