"Holy freaking hell this book! It has gutted me and put me back together. Nina Levine is not scared to unleash the hard stuff and boy does she do it masterfully. Amazing read!!" - 5 STARS Goodreads Reviewer
Release Date: February 4th, 2020
This is the fourth and final book in Nina's Storm MC Reloaded series. A gritty and raw motorcycle club romance series
The harder the battle, the sweeter the victory.
I don’t believe that.
Not when we’ve lost almost everything
I married Winter knowing what I was walking into.
He married me knowing the same.
We started out full of hope.
Love, family, the club.
We would have it all.
We would do whatever it took to build our family.
We would stand together through everything.
But how does a couple do that when they’ve been ravaged by loss?
We’re about to find out, because the biggest battles we’ve ever faced are breathing down on us and if we don’t cling to each other, we may lose the one thing we swore we never would.
We may lose us.
"King has always been my favorite, but Winter.... WOW!! He is the man, he is the best of the best! Every woman wants a man like Winter to be hers!" - 5 STARS Goodreads Reviewer
About the author:
How did I get to where I am today (read the article here)
I've always written from around the age of twelve. Back then, I used to create my own newspaper and write all the articles for it. I'd photocopy the pages and distribute to my family. The crazy stuff we do as kids! My teens were filled with writing in my journals and then later, I began writing stories. I always featured as the main female who fell in love, usually with whichever rockstar I was infatuated with at the time. More crazy shit lol. At around age sixteen, I collaborated on a story with a friend. She'd take our book home one night and write a chapter, and then I'd take it home the next night. I wrote my first sex scene back then. I remember having to flick through one of my mother's romances for tips on that lol.
Anyway, as I grew and attended uni (don't judge me, but I've started four degrees now and not finished one), had a child and started accumulating all the baggage of life, writing fell to the background. I wrote every now and then, usually finishing a chapter or two and then putting the story back down to get back to life and paying bills. [...]
I was almost 40 when I achieved my dream. Never ever give up on what you want in life.
"Not all who wander are lost." ~ J. R. R. Tolkien