Thursday, December 15, 2016

Book Review: Devil's Vengeance by Nina Levine


The highly anticipated third book from Nina Levine’s Sydney Storm MC is available now!! Are you ready to meet the flirty & dirty biker called Devil?

The Sydney Storm MC are back and war is coming. 

Dating the sister of a friend is a bad move, but falling for the sister of your club’s greatest ally is the absolute worst move. Especially when he makes it clear he doesn’t want a biker anywhere near her. 

This story contains all the panty-melting sexiness and alpha goodness that Nina Levine books are known for. 

This series is best read in order. 


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So by now, I have read and reviewed a good number of Nina's books, mainly for two reasons: 
First - I love MC (Motorcycle Club) Romances. I mean come on... who doesn't love a hot hunk on a bike?  Second - I really love Nina's work. You could say that I am one of her big fans. 


To be able to read and review her work feels like a great honor.  Plus, she usually has a bunch of alpha male characters that I just swoon over. That said, this book did not disappoint with Devil. This big macho man was hotter than the flares of the sun. In fact, I think he is my favorite so far. Not only is he tough but he has a sweet and gentle side. The only reason I am not giving this book 5 stars is because unlike the previous books I have read from this author, I did not have the giddy and butterfly feeling I usually get. I really liked this book, but I am not in love with it. I am positive that other MC readers will find this book intriguing and the sex scenes were something that makes you feel the passion and chemistry between the characters.







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USA Today Bestselling author who writes about alpha men & the women they love.
When I’m not creating with words you will find me planning my next getaway, visiting somewhere new in the world, having a long conversation over coffee and cake with a friend, creating with paper or curled up with a good book and chocolate.
I’ve been writing since I was twelve. Weaving words together has always been a form of therapy for me especially during my harder times. These days I’m proud that my words help others just as much as they help me.